Travel to Europe
Travel to Albania
Albania is one of Europe’s most exotic and exciting countries to visit! During the Cold War, the country was one of the most closed countries in the world – but that was a long time ago. As a visitor to Albania, you will receive a warm welcome from the locals who are very concerned about the tourists’ well-being. The price situation is also very good and you really get value for your money. Albania also has a lot to offer for those interested in nature and culture. In Albania you will find picturesque landscapes, beautiful beaches and a climate reminiscent of the Mediterranean. The country also has a uniquely interesting history and a unique culture waiting to be discovered!
Travel to Russia
To the surface, Russia is the world’s largest country, stretching across several climate zones, from subarctic climates in northern Russia and Siberia to subtropical climates on the Black Sea. Along the long coastline of the Arctic Ocean stretches the desolate and forestless tundra, to the south stretches the huge forest belts of the taiga and further south follow the steppe areas and agricultural land. From the Baltic Sea to the Pacific Ocean, there are a total of eleven time zones, and during a journey along the Trans-Siberian Railway, a journey that takes you from Europe to Asia, Russia can seem almost infinitely large. Russia is truly the kingdom of the vast expanses and the promised land of untouched nature! The majority of Russia’s 145 million inhabitants live in the European part of the country, and the further east you travel, the longer the delay between the cities.
A journey through Russia provides perspective. According to Countryaah, Russia is a European world metropolis such as St. Petersburg and Moscow, but also cities such as Kazan in Tatarstan, Yekaterinburg on the Ural Mountains and Irkutsk in Siberia. To travel east through Russia is to follow in the footsteps of centuries of Russian expansion where the Eurasian continent was finally connected by the Trans-Siberian Railway which was completed just before the revolution of 1917. A journey through Russia is an odyssey through Russian history and culture, strongly marked by the Russian Orthodox Church. It is of course also a journey of discovery through contemporary Russia during which you get to know Russia today.
Travel to Romania
Romania was a strict dictatorship under Ceausescu’s regime, but it has undergone political and economic reforms since then and has been a full member of the EU since 2007. More and more tourists have started looking for Romania and especially for the fabulously beautiful and scenic Transylvania! Here you will find untouched nature and some of the most imaginative castles in Europe – including Bran Castle, also known as Dracula’s Castle. The price situation is extraordinarily good and it is therefore easy to be able to treat yourself to that little extra. The locals are also very concerned about the tourists’ well-being and the area’s food and wine culture is fantastic.
Travel to Georgia
More and more travelers have begun to discover the beautiful Georgia and all that this fascinating country in the exotic Caucasus has to offer. Here you will find wonderful mountain landscapes with snow-capped peaks and a cultural environment strongly influenced by the Georgian Orthodox Church. Georgia was formerly a Soviet republic but has since independence in 1991 increasingly approached the EU and the United States. The country has undergone a number of political and economic reforms and is today a fairly prosperous nation and a safe travel destination for tourists. The people are known for their hospitality and Georgian cuisine is usually a welcome surprise. In addition – Georgia has always been known for its winemaking and here you will find handcrafted high quality wines – unique wines that you will not find anywhere else.
Join a journey that takes you to some of Georgia’s most beautiful and interesting sights such as the capital Tbilisi, the beautiful old cultural city of Mtskheta, the cave city of Uplistsikhe, the Stalin Museum in Gori (Stalin’s birthplace) and charming vineyards in Georgian country idyll.
Travel to Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan is located on the Caspian Sea and borders Iran to the south, Armenia and Georgia to the west and Russia to the north. Azerbaijan was once a Soviet republic but is now an independent state whose economy is largely based on the country’s rich resources of oil and gas. In recent years, the South Caucasus (Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia) has become an increasingly popular destination as the region has an incredible breadth of local cultures and wonderful scenery. The region has a long and exciting history with proud traditions and in addition, the people of the Caucasus are incredibly hospitable and very positive that more tourists come here.
Welcome to Phoenix travel’s round trips to the Caucasus that include the region’s top attractions and offers outstanding cultural and nature experiences!
Travel to Armenia
Armenia is the smallest of the countries in the South Caucasus and is surrounded by Turkey to the west, Azerbaijan to the east, Iran to the south and Georgia to the north. The country has a long and exciting history and was, among other things, one of the first countries to adopt Christianity as a state religion already in the early 300s. The hospitable Armenia has a fantastic nature with a breathtaking mountain landscape and a rich food and wine culture that is usually much appreciated by our travelers.
Welcome to an exciting and educational tour through the scenic cultural lands of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia in the South Caucasus!