Sea of Azov: ten interesting and little-known facts
A lot has been written about the rest on the Sea of ​​Azov, its advantages and disadvantages are described in detail ... Sea of ​​Azov: ten interesting and little-known facts…

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How not to die in a hike in winter
In the Middle Urals, a terrible state of emergency occurred. On January 19, two girls got lost during a trip to the Sukhogorsk stone. As a result, one died, the…

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Ten amazing places in the incredible city of Dubai
It is unique in itself, this city, the center of oil trade in the Middle East, in just a few decades has transformed from an unknown Arab town into a…

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Five changes that travelers to Thailand will face

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

What to see in Marbella?

Marbella is not only the most fashionable and fashionable resort in the coastal zone of the Costa del Sol in Spain, but a rather picturesque city in which, in addition to concentrating millionaires, beautiful yachts and beautiful long beaches, there is a seven-kilometer marble embankment and interesting historical sights.

Marbella
Together with the suburbs, which are the most expensive villas in Marbella, the resort stretches for 28 km along the coast. So, if the beaches and the rampant waste of money still bore you, you will always find what to do here! Continue reading

Smart City wants to sleep peacefully

Venice will begin an experiment to charge an “entrance fee” for visitors who plan to spend the night in the city this spring. The authorities promise that the tourist tax will be introduced in stages …

Smart City wants to sleep peacefully
At the end of December 2018, Venice adopted amendments to the budget law, which provide for the introduction of entry fees in the amount of 2.5 to 5 euros (up to 10 euros in high season) for all visitors who come to the city by any means of transport. This introduction will appear as an alternative to the current tourist tax (5 euros). Continue reading

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Why you should not go to the UAE for a vacation
People come here not only to soak up the coast (the state stretches along the Persian Gulf), but also to see first-hand its main attractions: Burj Khalifa, Sheikh Zayed Mosque,…

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What to see in Marbella?
Marbella is not only the most fashionable and fashionable resort in the coastal zone of the Costa del Sol in Spain, but a rather picturesque city in which, in addition…

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On the prohibitions on cruise ships: logical, not very clear, and very strange
The phrase “maritime order” is not just a figure of speech. Over the centuries-long history of navigation, a certain set of rules of conduct at sea has developed; these rules…

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12 reasons to stay in Brighton
Everything is possible if you go to Brighton - a fashionable seaside resort, where representatives of eminent aristocratic families and even historical figures traditionally rested ... Brighton - a trendy…

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