Paris is a city capable of giving the whole gamut of feelings and emotions. Painted with a special charm, it fascinates with its views. And no matter what side the many-sided Paris turned to you – historical or modern – it will be beautiful …
6 classic sights of the French capital that everyone should see
We recommend starting your classic trip to Paris with Air France, the country’s national carrier. In just 4 hours, the plane will transfer you from Moscow to the French Charles de Gaulle airport. And then, using the high-speed train with a special RER badge, you can easily get to the center of Paris, where your journey to happiness begins. Why is happiness? Because, having fallen into the arms of Paris, you involuntarily begin to feel happy, but how could it be otherwise when you touch the beauty of eternity? Continue reading
The coast of Finland and its archipelago are thousands of kilometers of coastline and tens of thousands of islands, so Finns really like to walk on the sea or on river-lakes. Seafaring in their blood is an important part of the local culture. In the modern “sailing” format, the Finns were replaced by cruises: you can travel by ferry or cruise ship to Swedish Stockholm and Estonian Tallinn or the Åland Islands, an autonomous province within Finland with a very special charm and character. Imagine: Alandas are 6500 islands!
Finns love the sea or river-lakes.
Whichever ship you travel, it will be comfortable everywhere with the children. If this is a modern ferry in the Baltic, then guests will find entertaining and thematic programs, shopping, cabins with all amenities Continue reading
Going to the Dominican Republic stands both for a beach holiday, and for a separate acquaintance with Caribbean history and culture, Dominican nature and modern attractions …
Tourist pearls of the Dominican Republic
The colonial city of Santo Domingo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in recognition of its cultural and historical significance.
Colonial Santo Domingo will charm anyone. Small cobbled streets with the smells of Creole cuisine and Caribbean coffee. Ancient churches, monasteries and palaces, built in the era of Spanish sailors, in which even today you can shoot the next series of “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Continue reading