Porto

PORTO – Tourist Information About The City

Written on June 16, 2020 in EUROPE

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT PORTO Porto is the second largest city in Portugal after its capital Lisbon. The city is located at the mouth of the Douro River – the largest river that crosses the entire Iberian Peninsula and flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Just a few kilometers from the ocean is this unique city with a...

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Rome

ROME – The Capital Of Italy

Written on June 16, 2020 in EUROPE

What to see in Rome in three days, what a tourist needs to know, safety tips, where to stay, how to get to the Vatican and Rome museums without waiting in line. In this guide, we will share with you our “well-trodden” and proven itineraries for exploring Rome. The capital of Italy for us is...

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Prague

PRAGUE – The Capital Of The Czech Republic

Written on June 16, 2020 in Czech republic

Prague is one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe. It is compact, comfortable, regal and sophisticated. Local guides came up with a simple rhyme: “If you arrived in Prague for five days, you will definitely come back to us again.” A fleeting acquaintance with this amazing city, its legends and traditions most often develops...

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Vancouver

VANCOUVER – City For Family Holidays

Written on June 16, 2020 in Canada

When is the season. When is the best time to go to Vancouver? The average temperature in the winter months is +3 ° С, in the summer about + 19-20 ° С. Once every few years there are cold winters when the thermometer drops to -5 ° C, or even to -10 ° C (Oh,...

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ST. PETERSBURG

ST. PETERSBURG – The Cultural Capital Of Russia.

Written on June 15, 2020 in EUROPE

Today the city looks as grand as when Peter I laid the first stone in 1703. The emperor invited the leading architects of Europe to fill the streets with extravagant palaces and elegant baroque churches. For 300 years, the city was the cultural capital of the country, in which writers, poets, artists and playwrights worked....

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Sydney

SYDNEY – City In Australia.

Written on June 15, 2020 in AUSTRALIA

Sydney – a city at the end of the world Sydney, although not the capital of Australia, as many assume, but it is undoubtedly the brightest and most famous city on the continent. Its main symbol – the Sydney Opera House – is known all over the world. And the metropolis is also famous for...

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Tokyo

TOKYO – The Capital Of Japan

Written on June 15, 2020 in ASIA

History of Tokyo This village dates back to the mid-12th century and is known to many as Tokyo, the main city of Japan. In the middle of the 15th century, a fort was built on this site, which was captured in 1590 by the military ruler Ieyasu Tokugawa, the founder of the shogun clan. After...

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Canton

GUANGZHOU – An Ultramodern City Of China

Written on June 15, 2020 in ASIA

Guangzhou is located in the south of mainland China. This is one of the largest cities in the Middle Kingdom. The city is washed by the South China Sea and has a port, the third largest in the country. Guangzhou is an ultramodern center of economics, culture, science and education throughout southern China. This city...

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JAKARTA – The Capital Of Indonesia

Written on June 15, 2020 in ASIA

General information about Jakarta Jakarta (Jakarta) – the capital of Indonesia, its political and economic center, and one of the largest megacities in the world. Located near the northwest coast of the island of Java, in the southern hemisphere. In terms of population, the urban agglomeration of Jakarta is the second largest in the world,...

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SEOUL – The Capital Of South Korea

Written on June 15, 2020 in ASIA

Main information about Seoul Seoul is an ultramodern and at the same time attractively ancient city. Almost wiped out during the Korean War, it was almost completely rebuilt after the 50s. Towering in the midst of 12-lane roads, shaded by overpasses, Seoul has a deeply hidden history of centuries-old temples, palaces, pagodas and gardens. There...

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