Portugal is the westernmost state in continental Europe. Located in the southwestern part of the Iberian Peninsula. In the north and east it borders with Spain, in the south and west it is washed by the Atlantic Ocean. The area of the territory is 92,090 km².
The northern part of the country is occupied by the low mountains of Serra da Estrela (altitude up to 1991 m.), The southern and central parts – the Portuguese lowlands, hills and low mountains.
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In Azerbaijan, tourists discover the world of ancient palaces, fortresses, magnificent nature, as well as the opportunity to be treated with oil. Here, rest will be inexpensive, but of high quality. Vacation prices in Azerbaijan in 2019 depend on living conditions, remoteness of the sea and a number of other factors. If you want to have a good rest and save, then contact a travel agency that will offer you an inexpensive ticket with interesting excursions and an entertainment program.
Where to swim and relax in the sand
Azerbaijan is located on the shores of the Caspian Sea. Here you can relax and be filled with new energy, strength. You can sunbathe on the beach in Continue reading
Warsaw is located in the Masovian Region in central Poland. Almost all of the city’s attractions are on the left bank, while most of the right bank is occupied by a trendy area called Prague. The tourist center of the city is the so-called “royal route”, which stretches from north to south through the new and Old Towns, bypassing the fashionable shops of New Svyat’s, palaces and royal gardens of Lazienki Park, and ultimately reaches the Wilanowski Palace, located south of the city center . There are many green parks with ponds and open-air cafes in the city, where city residents relax, go boating or attend free concerts. The nightlife of the city is fascinating with its richness, with the onset of darkness Warsaw seems to be animated even more.
Warsaw is the largest city in Poland, the center of economics, culture and education. The temperate Continue reading