On October 13, King of Thailand Bhumibol Adulyadej passed away, mourning for the monarch was declared in the country …
Five changes that travelers to Thailand will face
There is a strict dress code in the kingdom: all residents of Thailand wear black and white clothes. The media trumpeted with might and main that the kingdom needed a lot of strict dresses, mourning flowers and urged merchants not to raise prices for such things and accessories. Even the mannequins in the windows of first-class boutiques are dressed in black and white. All official portals, online media and publications in Thailand have switched to a plain interface. Continue reading
“Prague won’t let you go,” Kafka said, and he was damn right. Millions of tourists visiting the Czech capital are planning return visits. They stock up on comfortable shoes and again travel to the old but always young city above the Vltava.
Beautiful Prague: what to see and where to visit the Czech capital
An experienced guide and information support are simply necessary for those who are for the first time in Prague. If you want to spend time with benefit and pleasantness, go with us on excursions! The Sputnik8 company offers more than 65 excursions in Prague: thematic, sightseeing, automobile, pedestrian, with a trip to nature or with an immersion in its night life. For beginners, we recommend a daily 4-hour Continue reading
Jerusalem is one of the most popular tourist cities. In addition to the main attractions, in the new capital of Israel there are other interesting places that are usually not included in excursion programs …
Jerusalem is a city with almost three thousand years of history. Located at the crossroads of cultures, civilizations and religions, it is one of the most significant cities in the world. Thousands of foreigners come here daily, and travel agencies vying to offer excursions to holy places. That is why by noon in the Old City of Jerusalem crowds of tourists accumulate inseparably following the flags of the guides. To feel the special energy of the holy places, visit them until eight in the morning or after sunset, and in the afternoon Continue reading