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Turistički Svet - No. 89

okt - nov 2018
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Hurghada: Here summer never ends!

Hurghada: Here summer never ends!

Welcome to your second home – are the welcoming words of your hosts when you arrive to Hurghada – a popular Egyptian destination that has developed in the last few decades from a small fishing village surrounded by a desert into a leading tourism centre at the Red Sea, which now extends about 36 kilometres along the coast...

Kanjiža is ready for serious investors

Kanjiža is ready for serious investors

In one of the two northernmost municipalities in Vojvodina - Kanjiža, which exists for almost 900 years on the border with Hungary, there are around 25.000 inhabitants, most of whom are Hungarians living in peace and harmony with their neighbours for centuries. With such a geographical position, historical heritage, natural resources, and above all, healing thermal water, and thanks to the good social climate – Kanjiža is growing into an industrial and interesting tourist destination...

Ružica Petrović Dedijer: To survive is a real skill!

Ružica Petrović Dedijer: To survive is a real skill!

The time she has spent in the hotel industry ružica Petrović Dedijer, a GM at the Belgrade’s IN Hotel, is not counted in years, but in life she has invested in the hotel business. Those who have had the privilege to work with her, as well as those who know her say that she is a unique personality in the history of our hotel industry – at the same time, a lady and an officer! Being a German student, she has incorporated knowledge, military discipline, responsibility, principles, perseverance, attitude, and love for the profession that is her life in her business philosophy, which is also her life story...

Reading salons: The forgotten symbol of prestige

Reading salons: The forgotten symbol of prestige

Yet, the most luxuriously equipped space in a hotel was not a presidential suite or a prestigious restaurant, but a library or a reading lounge. Is it possible to include in today's hotels offers the contents that marked the hotel architecture in the past (not so faraway), that are in some way forgotten in the modern hotel industry?

Nusret Gökçe: A butcher who

Nusret Gökçe: A butcher who "seasoned" the Internet

A virtuoso, showman, superstar… He is anything but an ordinary chef. His expertise is a steak which he prepares dressed in a white t-shirt, with dark Lennon glasses on his face and tied hear. He gained global recognition thanks to the attractive technique of food seasoning, for which he got a nickname „Salt Bae“ and thanks to a social media – for less than 48 hours became the most famous butcher on the Internet!

Dušan Popov: A cyber chef in the gastro laboratory

Dušan Popov: A cyber chef in the gastro laboratory

Since he was a young boy he has always liked to be in the kitchen, which has always been a magical place for him. Digging into his mother's old notebooks with lots of recipes, he slowly began to reveal the secrets of gastronomy and to cook. But when he discovered Auguste Escoffier on the Internet in the 90-s – the biggest among biggest and his „Cookbook“, a French classic, he was completely sure that love for gastronomy will mark his life...

2Cellos: Life in suitcases

2Cellos: Life in suitcases

Two men with two cellos have thrown star dust on classical music, introducing a small but indispensable dose of show business into their performances. Millions of views on YouTube and performances all over the world testify to their great popularity. And while many dream of travelling and new destinations, Stjepan and Luka for their „lives in suitcases“ dream of resting with their family and friends, claiming it is nice to travel, but the nicest is – to return home...

Maglič: A medevial town in the Valley of Lilacs

Maglič: A medevial town in the Valley of Lilacs

Atop of a hill of Stolovi mountain, just above the Ibar River, and around twenty kilometres south of Kraljevo, Maglič stands in a monumental way – a historical and strategically important fortress, built during the reign of King Uroš in the 13th century. Maglič resembles a fairytale castle, because it is located atop of a hill, at the altitude of about 150 meters, while the Ibar makes a sharp curve around it and surrounds it on three sides...

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