Perhaps this country is better known to you under its old name – Ivory Coast. Tourism is still developing here. But Cote d’Ivoire has every chance of becoming a real paradise for tourists. Indeed, the natural and cultural diversity of this country allows you to choose a vacation for every taste.
The coastal town of Gran Basam, located just a few tens of kilometers from the country’s largest city, Abidjan, offers impeccable clean sand beaches and affordable hotels with a good level of service. This is complemented by the unique charm of the colonial style in architecture. Gran Basam is becoming increasingly popular among surf lovers – the waves off the Atlantic coast are ideal for this sport, and the lagoon climate is quite mild for a European.
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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
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 a country. Even Spain. But Morocco – no. Typically, tourists travel to Morocco – stop in different places, get to know different cities. At the end of the trip, many go to Agadir – the main resort of Morocco. However, there are people who want to go to the ocean, but do not want to go to the bustling Agadir, want to get to know the country, but do not want to move from place to place.
Let’s see where else, except for Agadir, in Morocco you can relax on the coast and what you can see from there.
Oulidia (Oualidia) Continue reading