Sights of Jakarta – the capital of the fourth largest nation in the world. The City of Great Victory is Indonesia’s largest city. More than 10 million people live in it. From the city it blows with some kind of charm, a charm of contrasts: excessive wealth coexists with utterly miserable poverty, modern skyscrapers and movers, torn by hard work in the port of Sundakelap, sewage mud and royal luxury of hotels. Despite the oppressive heat and erratic street traffic, the city can still boast of good museums, famous residential areas, interesting examples of majestic architecture of the colonial era, as well as many excellent shops, antique shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. The port of Jakarta – Tanjungpriok – is located east of the city and is connected with it by rail, freeway and shipping channel. Continue reading
The Republic of Karelia is 60 thousand lakes and 27 thousand rivers, fields dotted with berries, dozens of rare species of animals listed in the Red Book and endless woodlands. You can admire this unspoiled beauty not only in the warm season. Winter holidays in Karelia will interest both extreme people and outdoor enthusiasts, as well as tourists who are looking for solitude with nature.
The unique nature, developed tourist infrastructure and accessibility make the region attractive for corporate events, family vacations, budget and wealthy tourists. Below is more about interesting locations, recreation centers and winter entertainments in the Republic of Karelia. Continue reading