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 the main events of the calendar, and many nuances and features are associated with it. Some of them can be quite unexpected and can even disappoint a Ukrainian tourist.
If in most countries of the world on January 1, most restaurants offer a special holiday menu, shopping centers work according to special schedules, and special New Year programs are waiting for guests in theaters and clubs, then in Japan everything is different – Japanese New Year traditions are significantly different from what accustomed to European tourists. Continue reading
If you plan to visit Hungary during your trip, be sure to plan at least a couple of days in your tourist program to get to know Budapest, the magnificent capital of this country.
The list of sights of the Hungarian capital is really very large, and in order to see at least the main sights of Budapest, one excursion will not be enough – you need to enjoy the beauty of this city slowly, savoring every new impression.
What to see in Budapest? This multifaceted, majestic city is the keeper of a large number of architectural and historical monuments of old Europe: the third largest parliament building in the world, the largest synagogue in Europe, the old Matyasha Cathedral, the white stone Fisherman’s Bastion … Continue reading
International tourism in Russia: problems and prospects
Modern international tourism is one of the most developing sectors of the world economy. This is the industry that occupies one of the leading positions in international foreign economic relations, after the oil and engineering industries. It happens to be exit and entry. Outbound tourism is the journey of people permanently residing in the Russian Federation to another country. Inbound tourism is travel within the Russian Federation of persons who do not reside permanently in the Russian Federation. Continue reading