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Travel to Antigua and Barbuda

The islands of Antigua and Barbuda have 365 beaches for recreation all year round, surrounded by paradise nature. Divers are attracted by magnificent coral reefs, and romantics are attracted by fiery sunsets over the smooth surface of the Atlantic. Everything about Antigua and Barbuda from the Subtleties of tourism: tours, map, photos and hotels. Antigua… Read more »

Sovata, Romania

“We should improve our health” – with such a phrase, tourists begin communication with residents of the Romanian village of Sovata. Foreigners have high hopes for this balneological resort, because Sovata has really helped many people get rid of various diseases. Therefore, thousands of people come here to plunge into the pristine nature and feel… Read more »

Nyiregyhaza, Hungary

According to Clothesbliss, Nyiregyhaza is one of the most popular cities among tourists in Eastern Hungary. In terms of the wealth of historical heritage, he, of course, is not in the leading roles in the republic, but he takes an excellent location: Ukraine and Romania are only 50 km away. Travelers from these countries are… Read more »

Loop 202 in Arizona

  SR-202 Get started Phoenix End Chandler Length 77 mi Length 124 km Route 1 → Los Angeles 2 40th Street 3 → Tucson 4 52nd Street 5 Sky Harbor Airport 6 Priest Drive 7 Scottsdale Road 8 McClintock Drive 9 → Phoenix Beltway 10 Dobson Road 11 Alma School Road 12 McKellips Road 13… Read more »

Guantanamo, Cuba

Guantánamo is a city in the southeast of Cuba, famous for the nearby permanently leased US military base, on the territory of which the so-called Guantanamo prison for those accused of various crimes is located. Guantanamo was founded in 1820 by the Catalans and the French, and the bulk of the city’s population was made… Read more »

Saxony, Germany

The easternmost and most populous state in Germany has the status of a “free state”. Saxony covers an area of ​​only 18,415 sq. km. Remarkably, the Saxons never lived here, the tribes lived on the territory of present-day Lower Saxony. The local population prefers to be called Meissen, or Meissen. It was the Margraviate of… Read more »

How to Get to Florence, Italy

If Florence is the main or only destination in Italy, then it makes sense to fly directly by plane. “Direct” is, of course, very conditional, there are no direct flights from Russia to Florence, you still have to make a transfer in one of the European cities. Airport them. Amerigo Vespucci is located 5 km… Read more »

Sights of Gdansk, Poland

Trade and war are two words that are inextricably linked to the Polish city of Gdansk. Since the Potsdam Conference in 1945, the city of Gdansk belongs to Poland. Before that, this city was called Danzig and belonged to Germany. The city has known flourishing periods as a Hanseatic city and because it was on… Read more »

Places to Visit in Nancy, France

The city of Nancy is located in the northeastern part of France, in the Lorraine region (Lorraine). The area is known for its quiche, fine wines and beautiful cities such as Nancy. As the former capital of the Duchy of Lorraine, Nancy has enjoyed great prestige in the past. Today, part of the historic center… Read more »

Best time to visit the Romantic Road, Germany

Do you want to know when is the best time to travel to the Romantic Road? You can determine the best time to travel to a destination based on the weather and climate. In addition, there are other factors that are not directly related to the weather and that can influence the best travel periods… Read more »

Cities and Resorts in Morocco

Fes The city of Fez is located 198 km from Rabat, its population is 920 thousand inhabitants. The oldest city in Morocco, Fez is one of the first civilized cities in the Arab world. This is the mysterious capital of the Maghreb, which hides the great legends of the past. Many of the tourists tend… Read more »

Romania Interesting Facts

On the territory of modern Romania, people lived already 42 thousand years ago. In the 16th century, the Slavs began to settle on the territory of modern Romania. According to Inside Watch, Romania has achieved and continues to achieve the greatest success in sports in gymnastics, rowing and athletics. In the past, Romania was divided… Read more »

Northwest Territories, Canada

East of the Yukon Territory are the Northwest Territories. In addition to the mainland, they also include part of the islands of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. The Northwest Territories is known for its diamond deposits and contains four of the largest kimberlite pipes in the country. This region is considered one of the world’s largest… Read more »

Cyprus Food and Wines

Cypriots know a lot about food, and they often associate the concept of relaxation with a table richly filled with dishes. The national Cypriot cuisine has incorporated all the best of the culinary secrets of its neighbors in the Mediterranean. It is based on the traditions of Greek and Turkish cuisine, the influence of Armenian… Read more »

What to See in Olongapo and Puerto Princesa (Philippines)

  Olongapo, Luzon island (Philippines) According to Health Beauty Guides, Olongapo is located on the island of Luzon on the northwestern shore of Subic Bay about 100 km from Manila. In the 19th century, a Spanish military base was equipped in the bay, later it was conquered by the Americans. Until recently, the American naval… Read more »

What to See in Kerkyra, Corfu (Greece)

Kerkyra (Corfu) is the capital of the island of the same name. Kerkyra is a Greek name, and Corfu is an Italian one, which has taken root among foreigners. Corfu is the second largest island in the Ionian Sea after Kefalonia. It is the northernmost of the entire group and is considered the most beautiful.… Read more »

Bruges in Belgium

Going to beautiful Bruges is like taking a trip back in time. With its medieval charm, the capital of West Flanders attracts every guest immediately under its spell. For this reason too, Bruges was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000. During the time Bruges also attracted the interest of the tourists as… Read more »

May Day Square, Russia

In the southwestern part of the Kremlin, just behind the Spassky Gates, stands the Transfiguration Monastery.. The monastery was founded in the 16th century and was immediately surrounded by a stone fence, that is, it was isolated from the city and lived according to its own laws. To this day, only the basement floor of… Read more »

San Diego Zoo

San Diego Zoo, USA: detailed description, address and photo. Animal species, zoo tours, tourist reviews. This zoo is incredibly popular – and deservedly so. The San Diego Zoo is home to over 3,700 animals from over 650 species and subspecies. The zoo’s founding organization, San Diego Zoo Global, is the largest zoological society in the… Read more »

Pentagon, USA

Pentagon (USA) – description, history, location. Exact address, phone number, website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos. The Pentagon – one of the most important buildings in America, which is a symbol of the highest power of the country, was built in the first half of the 20th century. It houses the US Department of… Read more »