Kyrgyzstan is one of the most beautiful places on earth with landscapes ranging from walnut forests, glacial lakes and extensive fruit plantations. The mighty mountains are always present.
The land of monasteries, wine and snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus. Georgia has developed at lightning speed after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The capital Tbilisi has everything to become a tourist attraction.
The land of vast steppes, gigantic lakes and snow-covered peaks. Kazakhstan is the 9th largest country in the world and its greatness only becomes clear when you travel across the country.
A historically important region in the heart of the Balkans. The predominantly young population is full of energy and you will notice this is contagious in the small streets of large cities such as Peja and Prizren.
The land of the Dinaric Alps and bustling Belgrade. From the well-known EXIT festival to centuries-old monasteries and castles. Serbia has had a troubled time, but it is ready to conquer the hearts of tourists.
The land of golden beaches, Byblos and of course the capital Beirut. You would almost forget the delicious cuisine of Lebanon. But what is usually overlooked are the snowy mountain tops. In the east of the country, the mountain peaks reach 3088 meters.
The land of lakes, wines and bombastic architecture. With Skopje as its capital, North Macedonia is making great advertisement. The neo-classical buildings along the Vardar River are magnificent in their grandeur.
The land of beautiful beaches, delicious food and of course Istanbul. Few people know the mountainous interior, monasteries and rock dwellings. Turkey is so much more than a vast coastline. Greek, Roman and Ottoman influences can be found everywhere.