9 best tourist destinations
In such a difficult time for lovers to relax under the scorching sun, I would like to share interesting information about the directions that you need to take to gain vitality. All the usual Turkey and Egypt remained “overboard” of the tourism business. Of course, you can opt for Greece, the Emirates or India, but wouldn’t you like to discover something new for yourself? A cozy hotel somewhere in the wilderness of the jungle or a chic hotel on the ocean, a famous, but undervalued city or the most distant point on the world map, we bring to your attention the best tourist destinations.
1. Bosnia and Herzegovina
You will ask why? Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Fortunately, it has not yet been spoiled by tourism, as its “neighbors” are Montenegro and Croatia, and a visa for entry up to 30 days is not required here, which at times facilitates preparation for the holidays. Continue reading
About the Crimea and an unforgettable vacation on the peninsula
This is a unique peninsula, in a small area of which there are three natural and climatic zones at once: steppes, mountains and the southern coast of Crimea. The Crimea is unique not only for its natural indicators, but for the entire existence of the peninsula a rather large amount of interesting facts have accumulated about the Crimea, which we will talk about.
– The flora and fauna of the peninsula is unique, as the Crimea is on the peninsula and is highly isolated and in addition there are several climatic zones, which is why 240 plant species grow here, which are not found anywhere else on our planet .. Continue reading
The most amazing places in St. Petersburg
In St. Petersburg, a huge number of attractions, monuments and the most diverse, interesting and unusual places. We invite you to familiarize yourself with them on our website of the most interesting facts in the world.
Yards-wells: to create a building “solid facade” ordered more Peter. Land in the northern capital has always become more expensive and the construction of U-shaped buildings was made wasteful. The lack of territory in the focus of the megalopolis leads to the construction of buildings immediately adjacent to each other. In this way (whole quarters with a continuous facade emerge. Continue reading