7 romantic places to stay in Spain
Dreaming of a romantic weekend for two? Why not opt ​​for Spain? This country is famous not only for its warm climate, ideal for sea holidays, but also for its…

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Velvet season: where to go for a vacation in the fall?
Initially, the period around the Easter holiday was called the velvet season. The last weeks of April and the first weeks of May were considered golden days when it was…

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The rules of shopping in Egypt: what to bring from the "Land of the Pyramids"?
Egypt has long occupied a leading position among the countries of rest. There is a beach holiday, and sightseeing, and extreme. Be sure to visit the capital of the "Countries…

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Pets friendly: 8 hotels where you can relax with a pet
In most hotels, pets are not allowed. But this is not a reason to refuse to leave with your favorite! Of course, you can leave your four-legged friend close to…

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Tips for tourists in Muslim countries

In the Muslim world, it is not customary for a woman to travel alone, so you need to be attentive to local customs. Many Muslim countries remain very conservative in their traditions, and any foreign woman should follow established rules and observe etiquette. This is not only a manifestation of respect for the local culture, but also ensuring one’s security. Below are a few tips for traveling women who can help avoid uncomfortable or even dangerous situations, as well as better penetrate and explore the local culture. Continue reading

Travel without borders: how to go on vacation without a travel agency
Traveling yourself without the help of a travel agency for the first time is scary. Habitual come to the operator and pick up the tour. But believe me, if you…

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Top 10 coolest water parks
Water parks are gaining more and more popularity around the world and are an excellent alternative to traditional amusement parks. And although the presence of the water park can not…

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Finland: one day in Kouvola
Small Finnish cities are unlikely to impress tourists with ancient architecture, many sights or a huge number of memorable places and entertainment centers. Rather, they will be remembered for tranquility,…

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