Holidays in the Costa Brava
Costa Brava (Spanish Costa Brava, which means “Wild Coast”) is a 160-kilometer strip of the Mediterranean coast in the province of Girona (or Girona) in northeast Catalonia. One of the…

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Sea breeze, steppe grasses
The unique nature of the Dnieper delta, the coast of two seas with beautiful beaches, thermal springs, therapeutic mud - all this is very close, in the Kherson region. Of…

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Stockholm in one day: what to see?
Scandinavia Valaam Island - and just one day to Stockholm? Like any capital, it is impossible to explore the whole city in one day. But don't be discouraged: here are…

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How to fly in comfort: useful life hacks

For many people, air travel brings a lot of inconvenience. But there are some tips that you should take note for a comfortable and tireless flight.

On my own, I was never afraid to fly. The feeling that now a powerful car will lift you up has always caused a certain delight. But I often heard stories about fear of flights and inconveniences along the way firsthand.

Of course, it was always interesting how people deal with inner fear. In addition, I learned about things that make the flight itself more comfortable. I will tell about them further. Continue reading

Every day the streets laugh

The main attraction of Croatia are its cities, each of which is beautiful in its own way. An honorable place among them is Zagreb. Once upon a time there were two cities on the site of Zagreb, similar to each other like twin brothers: Kaptola and Hradec. Zagreb formed from these two cities. Do you know that Zagreb is called Little Vienna? And, indeed, walking around this city, it seems that you are in the very heart of Austria. Maybe that’s why the Germans love Zagreb so much ?! In city parks locals and tourists like to gather. This is a great place to relax. Here you can just wander, dream or read a book under the canopy of a centuries-old tree. Continue reading

What is Europe preparing for Christmas?

But what is it – holiday fever is walking on the planet.

From November 1 to the end of December, Finnish shops, contrary to their usual routines, operate on Sundays. According to the pre-Christmas schedule, on the seventh day of the week, Finland’s stores will be open from 12:00 to 21:00, except November 8 (Father’s Day) and December 6 (Independence Day).
The theme of the shops on Sundays is one of the most pressing for the Finnish – and not only – the public. By the end of 2009, a law is expected to be passed, according to which stores can, if desired, serve customers on weekends all year round, and small stores with a sales area of ​​no more than 400 square meters even around the clock. Continue reading

The Gene of Adventurism: To Whom to Travel, and Who Should Be Hard to Rise
“A man, like a tree, he is from here and nowhere else,” wise Boris Grebenshchikov sang. “The people created an exact and figurative word, and gave it a well-meaning figurative…

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Valaam Island
“The pearl of the Russian North” and the Republic of Karelia has long been called the island of Valaam. With all the beatiness and banality of this metaphor, it nevertheless…

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Sicily: a new breath
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…

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Castles Hotels in Europe
Nowadays, you no longer need to be a special royal blood or a rich feudal lord to live in the castle. Now that many of the former residences of rulers…

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