In Thailand for the thrill: the best types of extreme relaxation
Thailand seems to many as a fairly budget country with excellent opportunities for recreation on the ocean. Good hotels, bright sunshine, warm sand, funny monkeys, beautiful temples and delicious fruits.…

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Middle Danube (Hungary)
In terms of geographic size, the Budapest – Central Danube Region is the smallest tourist region in Hungary, but it has a leading position in the socio-economic life of the…

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Sharjah
Sharjah is a 10-minute drive on a multi-lane, modern highway from Dubai. Two cities are separated by a single border - Al-Khan Bay. In the old days there was a…

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How to travel with a child

The first trip with children, both for parents and for the children themselves, is a pleasant, and at the same time, exciting event. After all, going on a trip, we can’t always foresee how our child will behave in a particular situation, in an unfamiliar place, with strangers. We begin to worry in advance how the trip will go, what to take with us, how the child will move the road, what to do with it, and if he gets sick, where to turn and other similar questions. And not in vain …

Today, more and more families travel together with children, and not only because there is no one to leave them with, but also because they want to show the child new places, introduce them to traditions, people or just take them to the sea, which is especially true in the winter, when everyone is so lacking in Continue reading

Egypt

The Arab Republic of Egypt, or simply Egypt, is a large state in the northeast of the African continent and the Sinai Peninsula (Asia). It has borders with Israel, the Gaza Strip, Libya and Sudan. The country is washed by the waters of the Mediterranean and Red Seas, interconnected by a 163 km Suez Canal. The area of ​​the territory is 1 001 450 km². The population is more than 82 million people (2012).

There are many interesting tourist attractions in Egypt, but its main attraction for  tourists is the Red Sea, which is rightfully considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Here, nature has created excellent conditions for divers and lovers of snorkeling, as well as for those who prefer a regular measured beach Continue reading

Warsaw

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

Kazakhstan - useful tips
The political situation in Central Asia practically did not affect the conditions of entry - exit and stay of tourists in Kazakhstan. Firstly, Kazakhstan is geographically located away from the…

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Cathedrals and churches in Tallinn: a variety of architecture and creeds
If you look at Tallinn from the observation deck, it becomes obvious: the image of the Old Town is created by ancient cathedrals and numerous churches. Most of them are…

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Middle Danube (Hungary)
In terms of geographic size, the Budapest – Central Danube Region is the smallest tourist region in Hungary, but it has a leading position in the socio-economic life of the…

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Five natural phenomena that you must see in your life
In pursuit of the sights, many travelers and tourists forget about the vivid natural phenomena that are available without any admission and intrusive guides. It’s not always easy to see…

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