For modern tourists, the countries of the East and Asia are very attractive, since they are almost unknown. Interesting buildings make fantasy come true. Vietnam is a vivid example, it has a huge number of attractions, only in Ho Chi Minh city there are more than thirty of them. For example: Vietnam Notre Dame, Ku Chi tunnels, museum of military operations, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh Zoo and Botanical Garden, Mekong Canals. You can list almost indefinitely – wherever you look, there are sights everywhere.
In a word, Vietnam cannot be described – each city is different from each other. But one thing can be noted – this is a country with a communist present, where there are still pioneers and a monument to Lenin, a mausoleum, red flags, which cannot but recall the Soviet past. Continue reading
One of the largest cities in Spain – Valencia, is located on the Mediterranean coast in the south-eastern part of Spain. A city with a mild climate, here air temperature fluctuates between 17 – 20 degrees Celsius. Summer in the city is very warm, winter is mild.
Valencia is a favorite destination for tourists, especially in the summer. A variety of leisure activities where you can go in for sports, taste the charm of the city’s cultural and nightlife attracts people of various age categories. In winter, rest in Valencia will give new strength, and the Mediterranean sun will energize. Continue reading
The island of Cyprus is a hospitable and safe country, enchanting with its picturesque nature, pristine beaches and magnificent architectural monuments. If you bought a tour to Cyprus to spend your long-awaited vacation, then you need to arm yourself with basic knowledge regarding this island of myths to make the most of your vacation time.
The first and important thing you need to know about Cyprus is the coexistence of two states in a political confrontation on one island at once. It is a republic of the same name – the so-called Greek Cyprus (the majority of its population are Greeks). In the north of the island, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus was formed – this is Turkish Cyprus, which is inhabited mainly by Turks. Be careful if you are offered an excursion to northern Cyprus – the presence of a “northern” stamp in your passport guarantees you problems in further visits to Southern Cyprus, up to the refusal of tour operators. Continue reading