8 cities of the world that are considered a gourmet paradise
Since the kitchen is the main "chip" of many cultures, it is not surprising that the direction of "gastrotur" is quickly gaining popularity. Sometimes food can even become the main…

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How travel can noticeably improve your interpersonal skills
Any experienced and seasoned traveler becomes very sociable. He knows how to naturally start a conversation and somehow find a common language with people from all walks of life. Independent…

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The most dangerous volcanoes on the planet that can erupt at any time.
Today, more than 600 active volcanoes are known to the planet. Active volcanoes for man - a great disaster. Tons of fiery lava heated to 1000 ° C are destroyed,…

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What did you not know about Sydney? 10 unexpected facts that will open this city for you
Australia is quite far from the rest of the world. However, this does not mean that this place is forgotten or unpopular with tourists. Of particular note, of course, is…

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Bulgaria is a state of Southeast Europe
The variety of climatic conditions and geographic zones has made Bulgaria one of the best places to relax. In a relatively small area of ​​the state, more than 50 resorts…

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Amazing places of the planet where a man’s foot has never stepped.

Do you think there is a corner on the planet that man has not yet been able to master? Where he did not make a house for himself, did not grow a tree, and did not start a family? There are such places on Earth! Read our post, you might want to get there (if possible).

1. Namibia
The country got its name from the Nabib desert – very few people live here, but the largest number of cheetahs in the world is more than 2500 animals. Namibia is a country with ancient history, huge dunes, craters and waterfalls. Continue reading

Hungary is one of the most beloved by tourists.

Therefore, in spite of the formal socialist system, already in the 70s the country became one of the most free, richest and liberal in Eastern Europe. The end of the 80s was marked by the removal of communists from power and the beginning of integration with Western countries. In 1999, the country became a member of NATO, and in 2004 joined the EU. Continue reading

Austria needs no introduction

In Austria, a huge number of resorts are located from Bad Hall in Upper Austria to the Salzkammergut, from the magnificent Gasteiner Ache valley to Zolébad Hall in Tirol. People come to Austrian resorts from all over the world to improve their health and pamper themselves. Resort relaxation can be combined with golf, hiking, skiing and sightseeing tours. Or with a wine tasting – Baden-by-Win, located in the Vienna Woods, is surrounded by hundreds of vineyards and dozens of wine taverns (Heurigen). Continue reading