Scandinavia is known for its high-priced lifestyle but also for a multitude of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. True wilderness, viking adventures, foraging for wild berries and mushrooms is Continue reading “Camping in Denmark: great spots for outdoor breaks”
“If you were given a chance to see gorgeous mountains higher than the Alps and embrace Stalinist-style architecture, would you say no?” asked Alex in a rush. It was summer as I sat idly in Hamburg. He just received a response from the Chair of Expeditions Committee. Continue reading “In Armenia, you shall never starve”
Although the last week of January might be a bit ambitious to wait for any good weather outside, inner me is already ready. Here is my ultimate bucket list for Hamburg when the sun is out. Continue reading “My ultimate bucket list for Hamburg when the sun is out”
Conveniently located and easily accessible Riga presents a great historical and cultural hub to plan your next trip to. Straddling the border between Tallinn and Vilnius, it is also less than an hour and a half from Stockholm and Moscow. Continue reading “Why to pack your suitcase immediately and head to Riga?”
Rich in mountains and hiking trails Armenia is a real treasure for adventure and eco-tourists. Continue reading “What’s up, Armenia?”
As a part of contractual work I was involved into the tourism promotion project of the Ministry of the Republic of Buryatia. Within this project Buryatia was presented for the first time in its history at ITB 2018 – the world’s largest tourism trade fair – that takes place annually in Berlin. Continue reading “Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Buryatia”
During my time with COTRI firstly as a communications intern and later as a project manager I got insights into functioning of a small company. Continue reading “China Outbound Tourism Research Institute COTRI”
As a part of contractual work I was involved into the translation and localization project of a Russian airline company S7 Airlines. As a result of my work a Russian-language website was adapted into a German linguistic and cultural context, you can check the website here.