RECREATION IN BAIKAL
Rest on Lake Baikal, as for me, should be prescribed to all Russians. A magnificent place in Russia. You can get to it by any means: by car, by train,…

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Beaches of morocco
Morocco - a country not quite for a beach holiday. More precisely, not at all. Tunisia - yes, this is a country for a beach holiday. Turkey is also such…

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Mali: children of kings
Mali is one of those countries that are not very well known to Russian tourists. Even sophisticated travelers do not know much about her. In the Middle Ages, this country…

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Ecotourism in Africa

Many people think that the prefix “eco” in the word eco-tourism comes from the words ecosystem or ecology – and therefore consider the concepts of natural tourism and eco-tourism to be equivalent. However, despite the fact that the roots of eco-tourism can be found in nature tourism, this word has a broader meaning.
The International Society of Ecological Tourism (TIES) defines ecotourism as “a responsible journey to natural areas where the environment remains unchanged and where the lifestyle of the local population is maintained.”

This is the main difference between nature and ecotourism: Aboriginal tribes, their lives benefit from tourism, however, it does not invade their life and does not change it. The UN considers ecotourism not only a segment of the tourism market, but also a whole philosophy. “Ecological” – means oriented towards the environment and society. Continue reading

9 of the scariest tourist spots on earth

Halloween is not coming soon. But why wait so long to tickle your nerves and “inject” adrenaline into the blood? We bring to your attention a list of the most terrible, in our opinion, tourist places on earth. Have a good trip!

1. Museum of the History of Medicine, Philadelphia, USA
The Museum of the History of Medicine in Philadelphia is the largest collection of pathologies, medical equipment and biological products. The museum is also known for its huge collection of human skulls. There are a number of unique exhibits: for example, the corpse of a woman who turned into soap due to the specific composition of the soil in the cemetery where he was buried. In addition, Siamese twins with one liver for two, the skeleton of a two-headed child and other frightening exhibits. Continue reading

Castles Hotels in Europe

Nowadays, you no longer need to be a special royal blood or a rich feudal lord to live in a castle. Now that many of the former residences of rulers who have sunk into oblivion have been turned into hotels, anyone can feel like a king or queen. The fact that castles become hotels is easily explained: the maintenance of such large-scale buildings requires a lot of money, therefore, states are often ready to transfer them to private hands.

Contrary to popular belief, you can stay at the castle-hotel for very little money. Even in the best hotels in England, where guests are entertained, for example, by falconry, the price per night usually does not exceed $ 150-300. Lower rank hotels offer rooms for $ 100, $ 60, and even $ 40. And Burg Staleck Castle in Germany is completely turned into a hostel. Standing there will cost you only $ 20. Continue reading

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10 places in Helsinki that will not be shown to “package” tourists
Walking along the narrow shopping streets, sandwiched between laconic, austere modern buildings, tourists complain about the lack of attractions. Basically, people come to the capital of Finland for one day…

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Colombia for tourists
Colombia definitely cannot be called the safest country, so here a tourist should always be on the alert. Only a few years ago, this country was considered “the most dangerous…

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The most luxurious tourist trains in the world
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Holidays in Hisarya, Bulgaria
According to excavations, it is about 5,000 years old, but it owes its heyday to the Roman emperor Diocletian, who appreciated the benefits from the geothermal sources located here. The…

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