Rambla Boulevard, Barcelona
Perhaps there is no better way to truly feel the spirit of Barcelona than just leisurely strolling along its streets and boulevards. One of the most visited streets of Barca…

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SRI LANKA
Sri Lanka attracts divers from all over the world with a variety of corals, marine inhabitants with unusual names and species (angelfish, Moorish idols, parrot fish), dolphins and whale sharks,…

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Karlovy Vary
Karlovy Vary is a spa town in the west of the Czech Republic, located in the historic Bohemia region at the confluence of the Ohře and Tepla rivers, 120 km…

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The most unusual and beautiful cities of Brazil

In fact, all Brazilian cities can be considered unusual and beautiful, the country of Brazil itself is very beautiful and quite unusual for Europeans …

The most unusual and beautiful cities of Brazil

But there are few ancient cities that have preserved the pronounced and characteristic architectural style of past eras. In most Brazilian cities, the familiar modern style prevails. In this article we will talk about four Brazilian cities where a peculiar architectural culture has been preserved.

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Olinda city in Brazil

The city is located on the Atlantic coast of Brazil. The country from 1500 to 1822 was a Portuguese colony, Olinda is one of the first cities founded by Portuguese colonialists on Brazilian land. The Portuguese colonial style, quite rare in world architecture, has been preserved here. This style is characterized by combinations of bright colors, an abundance of stucco molding and other decor. Continue reading

Meet Montenegro!

Your tour to this Balkan country can be active, informative and short, or it may have a more relaxed “country format” more familiar to our compatriots.

Montenegrins are a few southern Slavic people, Orthodox and very colorful.

Montenegro has long-standing historical, religious and cultural ties with Russia, and the attitude towards the Russians (and they are considered to be all immigrants from the countries of the former USSR) is traditionally friendly.

The hospitality and hospitality of local residents plus visa-free entry, two international airports have turned this small country into a stronghold of Russian tourism in the Balkans. Not only traditional holidays on the coast, but also buying and renting real estate for the summer season are very popular among Russians. Continue reading

Scandinavian countries - what to see for tourists?
The Scandinavian region usually includes all the countries of Northern Europe - Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland and Finland. The Faroe Islands and Greenland are also included here, since they are…

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Parisians guard historical harmony
About how historical architectural monuments are loved and protected in Paris, our compatriots living or visiting the capital of France speak and write a lot and willingly ... Parisians guard…

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SRI LANKA
Sri Lanka attracts divers from all over the world with a variety of corals, marine inhabitants with unusual names and species (angelfish, Moorish idols, parrot fish), dolphins and whale sharks,…

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Holidays in the Russian Baltic
Hot and noisy resorts by the warm seas are not popular with everyone. And not everyone can afford them, if we talk about Thailand, Egypt, the Turkish Mediterranean and other…

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