6 things to do in Cuba
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Seychelles
Seychelles is not just tropical exotic. Volcanic islands surrounded by coral reefs, lush tropical forests and warm turquoise waves of the Indian Ocean fascinate at first sight and for life.…

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The most leisurely city in Europe
Medieval Europe is best preserved here in Estonia, in Tallinn. Tallinn is the capital and large developed city, which, perhaps best of all, preserves medieval Europe. In general, Estonia is…

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11 best Adriatic hotels

Being part of the Mediterranean, the Adriatic Sea inherited all the best: a diverse underwater world, clear water and white sand with small pebbles. If you want to relax in one of the Adriatic resorts, pay attention to tours to Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here, in the best resorts of the Adriatic Sea, there are cozy home-style villas and luxury hotels. Check out the list of the 15 best hotels on the Adriatic according to The Telegraph, and embark on an adventure!

Croatia
1. Excelsior Hotel, Dubrovnik
Stunning views of the deep blue Adriatic and the proximity of the Old Town (the main historical and tourist part of Dubrovnik) make the restored Excelsior Hotel one of the best on the coast. Not without reason in 1913 guests with world-famous names were resting here: Francis Coppola, Sir Roger Moore and Queen Elizabeth II herself. Continue reading

11 unusual places worth visiting in Croatia.

The country of Croatia is full of strange sights worthy of attention. From passenger wrecks of Titanic times to traces of brontosaurs. Some of these interesting places are located on land, some under water.

Sunken ship “Baron Gauch”

The story of how the elegant Baron Gauch passenger liner went under water during World War II partially recalls the fate of the Titanic. The ship began its last journey from Kotor, Montenegro, heading to the port of Trieste. The ship was transporting refugees and military personnel. The fate of the vehicle is very tragic and associated with a stupid mistake: while the ship’s captain was sleeping, his deputy was having lunch, an inexperienced intern ignored the warning about the minefield laid down by the Austro-Hungarian troops. Killed 147 people. The liner crashed 40 kilometers from Brijuni Island. This place is popular with divers Pula and Porec. Continue reading

Cyprus Attractions

The name of the island of Cyprus itself is shrouded in secrets and legends. Today, history and hedonism are bizarrely intertwined here. Everywhere the typical Mediterranean landscape is blessed with the unfading beauty of antiquity: Crusader fortresses surrounded by high cypresses, Greco-Roman amphitheaters carved into the cliffs, and Byzantine monasteries perched on mountain peaks. In cosmopolitan cities, the elements of antiquity and modernity are harmoniously interwoven. The capital of Cyprus Nicosia is full of attractions:

“Old Nicosia”, i.e. the central part of the city has a radial layout and is surrounded by a ring of impressive stone bastions and massive gates of the Venetian wall (1567-1570).

The gate of Famagusta is one of the architectural masterpieces of the protective ring of old Nicosia. Exhibitions and musical evenings are regularly held in their internal premises (the beautiful restoration of the gates was awarded the “Europa Nostra” international prize). Continue reading

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