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The two main tourist destinations in Southeast Asia today are Thailand and Vietnam. In this article we will try to compare the pros and cons of both directions.
Thailand or Vietnam – where to go?
But first, general information about the conditions of rest in both countries.
A visa to Thailand is not required for a stay of up to 30 days, to Vietnam – is also not required, but up to 15 days. The flight to both countries from Russia is direct and takes nine hours.
In Thailand, a large selection of accommodation and excellent hotel service, in Vietnam, the choice is smaller and the service is weaker. There are a lot of attractions in Thailand, and in Vietnam there are many. Continue reading
Monaco is a small country, barely visible on the world map. But it’s hard to find someone who has never heard anything about this amazing country.
Monaco, affordable luxury …
For some, Monaco is associated with chic hotels and luxurious life, with world-famous casinos, and for some with world-famous Formula 1 races.
One thing is for sure, this is one of the most calm and stable countries, for 700 years now there have been no revolutions and coups.
All this time, the country is ruled by the Grimaldi dynasty, one of the oldest monarchies in Europe. Due to the fact that the laws here do not tax private capital with income tax, here you can meet many famous Hollywood stars and athletes living in chic mansions. In Monaco, you can also meet our Russian millionaires and famous women. Continue reading
The coast of France stretches for 3 427 km. About 270 beaches on all coasts of France are marked with the ecological blue flag symbol Blue Flag.
South of france
All beaches in the south of France are municipal. However, once every 4-5 years, some of the beaches are played at an auction between tenants and entrance to them becomes paid (about 20 EUR per day). This price includes the use of a sunbed, umbrella, mattress and shower. On nearby free beaches there is no equipment, but, as a rule, more people.
Cannes beaches in the south of France are loose sand. Most hotels are concentrated on the first line, and almost the entire coast of the sea along La Croisette is paid beaches. Just next to the Palais des Festivals there is a public beach (plage publique), where beach vacations are free. Continue reading