As with many of the former Soviet republics, it can be a challenge to visit Belarus. For one thing; the language. They use cyrillic letters and they speak little or no english (or german or french or any other familiar tongue). The best solution is thus to hire a Belarusien guide to help you. And […]
Though Estonia is the country best adapted to the new rules and western values that appeared after the collapse of communism, it is still a very good idea to find a local guide to show you around.
Without a basic knowledge of the Cyrillic alphabet, a visit to Kiev (Kyjiv) or the Ukraine can be quite a challenge. There is a definite need for a guide ! A quick Google-search will produce a number of personal guides in and around Kiev. Choosing one at random or by intuition led me to book […]
—-If you ever decide to go to Moscow you will probably need a guide. First of all; evrything is of course written in Cyrillic letters here and they are quite impossible to read. Second; you need to be acompanied by a certified guide to gain access to places like the Kremlin, which of course is […]