Charvak is an incomparable resort area of amazing beauty – and at the same time it breathes history …
The Charvak reservoir is located on the Chirchik river slightly downstream of the confluence of the Pskem and Chatkal rivers between the spurs of the Ugam and Chatkal ranges of the western Tien Shan.
On the shore of the reservoir there are numerous pensions, recreation areas and children’s summer sports and recreation camps.
Before the construction of the huge dam, where Chatkal and Ugam merge and the Chirchik River is born, there is a large and very ancient village of Khojikent, which means “populated by saints”. Continue reading
The capital of Hungary, Budapest, is deservedly considered one of the most beautiful capitals of Eastern and Central Europe. This city is surprisingly rich in museums, outstanding architectural monuments, festivals. There are first-class shops and fine restaurants. It is as crowded as its western counterparts, and offers no less exciting holidays.
Budapest is two interconnected cities: Buda on one side of the Danube and Pest on the other. Abundant in thermal springs, it is not in vain considered one of the largest spa centers in Europe. Budapest is best visited in the summer. At this time of the year he is especially beautiful. Numerous restaurants in the city open for visitors their cozy courtyards, people gather in the squares to chat and relax. Even a simple walk along the Danube embankment can bring extraordinary pleasure. Continue reading
Sicily is the autonomous region of Italy and the largest island of the Mediterranean Sea with an area of 25,700 square meters. km The population of the island is 5 million people.
For a long time, Sicily was considered not the best place for tourism, mainly due to the influence of the mafia and the poverty of the local population. Today, the island is experiencing a tourist boom, attracting more travelers due to its unique history and culture, as well as its magnificent nature.
The climate of Sicily is typically Mediterranean, with hot summers and short mild winters, with a noticeable temperature difference between the coast and the interior of the island. The number of sundials on average reaches 2500 per year, while in continental Italy there are “only” 2000, and in the south of France – 1800. The active volcano Etna is located on the island with a height of 3380 meters. It is the highest and most active volcano in Europe. Sicily was colonized by settlers from Carthage and the Greeks, starting from the 8th century BC. e. There are a lot of historical monuments and sights on the island, causing great interest among both specialists and ordinary travelers. Continue reading