Vyborg, Denmark

Stroll through the narrow and steep streets of the charming old town, which once had 25 churches. It has survived only two churches, including the Cathedral of Vyborg, designed in the Romanesque style. The special shape of the building attached to the two twin towers and the underground is a mysterious crypt. On both sides of the beautiful town shrouded hills of farmland and pine forests, and to the south of the city settled oak forests and romantic lake Hal-Sho. On the picturesque fjord north of Vyborg village nestled Yarbek to which skiffs approaching the flotilla sails, painted in brown color.