SHANGHAI – What To See And What To Do

Written on June 15, 2020 in ASIA

If you are going to Shanghai in Formula 1, try to carve out at least another week to get an idea of ​​this largest city in China, its financial and cultural capital. Shanghai can be described as a “showcase of the Chinese economy”, because here, in the Bund, there are many representative offices of Western...

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MEXICO CITY – Travel Guide for Tourists

Written on June 12, 2020 in Mexico

Mexico City is the sprawling, somewhat unbridled capital of Mexico. This is a place where the beautiful and the ugly coexist next to each other, passions boil, like in a television series, and life itself runs at such a speed that you can hardly keep up with it. Mexico City occupies just a gigantic territory,...

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AMSTERDAM – The Capital Of The Netherlands

Written on June 1, 2020 in EUROPE

Highlights Amsterdam is located in the north-west of Holland at the mouth of the Amstel and Hey rivers. The name of the city comes from the words Amstel and Dam, which means “dam on the Amstel River.” The first mention of Amsterdam dates back to 1275, when in its place there was a modest fishing...

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BIARRITZ – Luxury Resort In France

Written on May 30, 2020 in EUROPE

Biarritz, France – at first glance it’s not even very similar to a classic resort: rather, a place where they live, relaxing. Free with the ocean. It is present everywhere – even if it is not visible. It is felt both on the city streets, and in parks and in any other place: starting from...

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BRADFORD – English City In West Yorkshire (United Kingdom)

Written on May 30, 2020 in EUROPE

English city of Bradford The boom that began during the Industrial Revolution changed Bradford from a woolen village to a polluted industrial city. During the heyday of the city during the Victorian era, he was the world’s largest worsted cloth manufacturer, his skyline was poisoned with black smoke from factory chimneys, his hills were fille...

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BRISBANE – “City Of The New World” (Australia)

Written on May 30, 2020 in AUSTRALIA

Tourism in Brisbane Brisbane, the energy capital of Queensland, strikes its competitors with the right balance between the bustle of big capitals and the healthy lifestyle of provincial resorts. Brisbane hurries forward and gains momentum every year. Along with him are his faithful companions – avant-garde art, excellent coffee and a sea of ...

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BIRMINGHAM – Tourist information (UK)

Written on May 30, 2020 in EUROPE

History of Birmingham In the county of West Midlands is the second largest city in the country – Birmingham, a significant industrial and scientific center, since ancient times famous for its fairs. Already in the 16th century, Birmingham became widely known for its development of metalworking and jewelry (there is still a quarter in the...

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BERGEN – Europe’s Rainiest City (Norway)

Written on May 30, 2020 in EUROPE

The picturesque and peaceful city of Norway, recognized by the locals as the true capital of their state for its flavor. Also, this region is called the “gate to the fjords”, and Bergen himself has been drowned in tulips and hyacinths for almost a year. Since its foundation in 1070, King Olaf Quiet Bergen has...

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BRATISLAVA – The Capital Of Slovakia

Written on May 30, 2020 in EUROPE

Bratislava (Slovakia) is a small but very cozy and welcoming capital with its long history and many interesting places. During its existence, it has become the capital of every other state five times. It is called differently: Germans and Austrians – Presburg, Prespark, Hungarians – Pozhon (this name can be seen alongside the modern one...

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