It is said that India is a country of extremes. A country of unearthly beauty – and at the same time very dirty. Nature, where there is no soul – and the city with the most dense traffic. Rich people own countless treasures, and the poor literally swell with hunger. Actresses in Indian films are seductive, but at the same time it’s more conservative to look for a country in India!
It is because of this conservatism that women traveling to rest or work in India should learn the Indian social norms and learn about Indian culture so that the trip there becomes as safe as possible. Continue reading
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
The capital of Italy is served by three major international airports. “Leonardo da Vinci” (Aeroporto internazionale Leonardo Da Vinci) is the name of the largest of them, which immediately makes the traveler feel all the greatness and historical significance of the city. Another name – Fiumicino (L’aeroporto di Roma Fiumicino) – is given to the airport at its location in the town of Fiumicino, 26 km southeast of the center of Rome. As the largest airport in Italy, Fiumicino continues to evolve and receive an increasing number of passengers from all over the world.
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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
The capital of Hungary, Budapest, is deservedly considered one of the most beautiful capitals of Eastern and Central Europe. This city is surprisingly rich in museums, outstanding architectural monuments, festivals. There are first-class shops and fine restaurants. It is as crowded as its western brethren, and offers no less exciting holidays.
Budapest is two interconnected cities: Buda on one bank of the Danube and Pest on the other. Abundant in thermal springs, it is not in vain considered one of the largest spa centers in Europe. Budapest is best visited in the summer. At this time of the year he is especially beautiful. Numerous restaurants in the city open for visitors their cozy patios, people gather in the squares to chat and relax. Even a simple walk along the Danube embankment can bring extraordinary pleasure. Continue reading