New Year in Japan
New Year in Japan is a very bright and unusual event for European tourists. In the country of the rising sun, the celebration of the New Year is one of…

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Top 6 places to escape from hustle and bustle
Recently, many people (especially those whose work is not tied to any particular place) have been thinking about moving for some time to some secluded corner, where they can put…

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Israel Travel News
In February 2013, the Israeli authorities greatly simplified and accelerated the procedure for entering the country. The new system works successfully and concerns not only incoming tourists, but also Israeli…

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Divorce in Italian, French, Turkish …

I am a supporter of positive thinking.
However, by popular demand, I decided to “highlight” this topic.

There are two polar opinions about cheating tourists:
1) All of them are “bad people.” They want to cash in on visitors (and not necessarily foreigners).
2) It’s my fault.

I am categorically against such a division! The truth, as always, is somewhere in between.
Let’s see together where the “dog rummaged.” Continue reading

Top 6 places to escape from hustle and bustle

Recently, many people (especially those whose work is not tied to any particular place) have been thinking about moving for some time to some secluded corner, where they can put their thoughts and nerves in order. According to psychologists, for most residents of megalopolises, various practices related to self-knowledge have become relevant, so they want to not only switch from the hustle and bustle of a big city, but to rethink their lives and understand which way they should go next. Passion.ru has chosen several destinations that are ideal for starting a new life without spending all your savings on it.
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Seychelles: exotic for the sophisticated

No special vaccinations will be required before traveling to Seychelles. The country is quite safe for vacationers: the locals are very friendly, and the police work well, so you can safely walk around the island even at night.

Although, of course, you should still follow basic safety measures: not to leave things unattended and not to take anything particularly valuable during a trip to the “wild” beaches. On the Seychelles hotel islands, in this regard, a complete idyll is in general – even the most imprudent tourists and their property are not in danger. Continue reading

What to see in Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura, whose name translates roughly as “reliable luck,” is one of the popular tourist islands of the Canary Archipelago and the main center of European windsurfing. Despite its desert volcanic…

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Places to stay where it is always warm
What could be a winter holiday? Depending on the interests, preferences and hobbies, each traveler chooses the exact travel option that is able to give exactly those impressions that his…

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What to see in Tenerife
Tenerife is the pearl of the Canary Archipelago. Always warm and mild climate, colorful volcanic beaches, unique nature with relict forests and moonlit landscapes, the largest water park in Europe…

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What to see in Langkawi
Langkawi is the largest island of the same name archipelago in the Andaman Sea. It is only 30 km long, so it is quite possible to move around on foot,…

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