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Eastern Europe - Travel Video DVD.
Visit 2 Eastern European countries and Moscow in this exciting video presentation. ? Yugoslavia (Croatia): Adriatic Coast From Istria to Albania a wonderful coastal road takes it course - called the Adria Magistrale. Join our journey by video seeing the most beautiful places of Yugoslavia. There are picturesque bays and innumerable idyllic islands, situated along the shore line - every year visited by thousands of tourists eager to enjoy the sun. Activities for everyone include fishing and water sports, and history buffs can find plenty of relics of the past in every part of the country. ? Hungary: Budapest Budapest, the Queen of the Danube - vital and vivacious capital of Hungary. See Budapest by day and night and you will be surprised about the incredible amplitude of impressions this town has to offer. The old castle of Buda, the famous Chain Bridge, the Isle of Marguerite, curative hot springs, Luna Park and numerous monuments of history and art. Our sightseeing tour on video shows the city in all its variety. Gypsy music, czardas, pepper, puszta and more. Get enchanted by the genuine charm of Budapest as you view this program. ? Russia: Moscow Moscow in spring and in winter time, impressions from the heart of Russia: the Bolshoi Theater, the GUM department store and the Kremlin. These and many others are the famous attractions of the Russian capital. This program gives good insight into life in Moscow. This is very useful as a trip planner or just to reminisce. 83 minutes
Belgrade - Travel Video.
$19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide
Item Code : EURP20685
DVD. Europe After Dark. 24 Minutes. In this episode, who would have dreamed that Belgrade would one day be named the world’s number-one party city by a major international travel publication. But that’s what happened when Lonely Planet bestowed the title on this Serbian city in 2010. Europe After Dark visits the city to find out why, checking out both the floating river-barge nightclubs called “splavs” and a massive dance party held inside the walls of a medieval fortress.