Recently our Director of Operations and renowned travel blogger, Marcin Wesolowski has been on a small adventure after being invited to give a speech at three conferences around the world. Spreading the word about Bidroom and what we offer to the industry and travellers alike as well as giving an expert insight into how the industry is changing for all of us.
As we grow up, we learn things that we should do and what we shouldn’t do around other people. It is something that is usually bred into you by your grandmother more than anyone else (or perhaps that was just mine). Cultural faux pas’ are something to think about. Now that we are adults we know all the rules and what we can and cannot do and keep the world spinning in the right direction. Right?
Earlier this month you could read the first part of the article about the host country of this year’s FIFA World Cup Series – Russia. Today, we are giving you the second part, where you can have a glimpse at the other cities of the 2018 World Cup
The 2018 FIFA World Cup will take place this year in Russia, between June 14th and July 15th. It is a huge event for anybody even slightly interested in football. But today, we will take a different approach and instead of focusing on the sport, we will talk about the country that’s hosting the event this year. However, since Russia proposed 13 cities for the World Cup, we will divide this article into two sections, to give all of them enough credit. Let’s start our tour!
Many beverages are known only to a certain area of the World, but one took over all of the continents. Tea is, after water, second most popular drink on Earth. But while we all know and love it, not every nation enjoys it the same way. Tea culture is fascinating and gives you a glimpse of the region’s customs. That’s why today we will have a very special trip around the World.