— Let’s Discover Istanbul —-
Sultan Ahmet mosque
Sultan ahmet Mosque is one of the historic mosques of Istanbul. It is particularly known for the predominantly blue ceramics the Blue Mosque is one of Istanbul’s major monuments
Sitting next to the Bosphorus at Ortaköy pier square and close to a bridge, Ortaköy Mosque is one of Istanbul’s prettiest places of worship the views are stunning with the mosque next to the water.
The Bosphorus tour offers you the opportunity to look at both sides of Istanbul from the sea, while allowing you to feel the unique feeling of being on the sea. you will be able to discover this unique beauty connecting two territorial seas and two continents of the world .
— Let’s Discover Tbilisi —-
Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, is straight from the pages of a Gothic fairytale. A deep valley forms the backdrop to brightly colored turrets, cobblestoned streets, and a burgeoning art scene, while warm Georgian hospitality permeates the mix of contemporary and traditional restaurants
The Bridge of Peace
The Bridge of Peace is definitely the attraction one wouldn’t want to miss in Tbilisi. It is a pedestrian glass and steel bridge in a bow-shaped design that sits over the Mtkvari (Kura) river in Georgian capital
Recognized with UNESCO World Heritage status, 6th-century Jvari Church perches atop a magnificent mountain. Skip the car hire costs and visit this—and so much more—direct from your hotel, with a driver/guide. Exploring in a group no larger than 15, see the Jinvali Water Reservoir
— Let’s Discover Sofia —-
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
This year discover the most important cultural destination in Europe is BulgariaThe most famous sightseeing location of Sofia, and perhaps Bulgaria is the legendary Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. considered to be one of the largest completed Orthodox Churches in the world.
Ivan Vazov Theatre
The gorgeous Ivan Vazov Theatre is located in the very center of Sofia.It is built with lovely red bricks and white columns, and the outside is decorated with gold engravings and marble statues.The inside is just as luxurious with red velvet, gold decorations and crystal chandeliers
The saint Sofia Monument
The black and gold statue of Saint Sofia serves as the icon of this city. It is also, obviously, the saint that Sofia got its name from What’s interesting is that the statue is dressed in a medieval Bulgarian style.Saint Sophia of Rome is venerated as a Christian martyr.
— Let’s Discover Baku —-
The flame towers are hugely significant in Baku and are very imposing and being built on hilly terrain gives them further dominance. The towers comprise of three flame shaped high rise buildings which were very impressive viewed
Being one of the most recognized architectural landmarks worldwide, the Heydar Aliyev Center is in the meantime one of the signature architectural landmarks of modern Baku. The building was designed by Zaha Hadid, a worlwide recognized architect and Pritzker Prize winner.
Azerbaijan National Museum
Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum. It was the first specialised museum of carpets in the world. The exhibition includes three floors: 1st floor: Development of Azerbaijan carpet and its role in traditions. 2nd floor: Azerbaijani carpetweaving schools. 3rd floor: Carpetweaving of the contemporary period.