FROM ROTTERDAM TO MILAN: TRAVELING BY EUROPE BY TRAIN
Traveling by train in European cities has long been popular with the locals, but Russians are still little known. Meanwhile, this is a budget option to explore the region for…

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THAILAND: IN SEARCH OF THE REST
The bow of the boat with a crunch cuts into the beach covered with coquette, framed by coconut palms, bushes and sprawling banyan trees. Turquoise waves are behind. Surf ahead…

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HANOI: A TRIP TO NORTH VIETNAM
They burn everything: food, money, clothes, tablets. Sacrificial fires blaze along the roads, at snack bars and shops. So on the central streets of Hanoi, Tryng Nguyen is celebrated -…

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BARCELONA: THE CITY OF THE FUTURE

670 points of wireless Internet access. Thousands of sensors throughout the city. Some help save up to 30 percent of the electricity needed for street lighting, others help reduce water consumption for urban needs by 25 percent, and others show drivers where the nearest available parking space is. The plans are to turn 70 percent of the roads into pedestrian zones and reduce the flow of cars by 21 percent, transfer municipal institutions to “green” electricity and break the entire city into super blocks. Barcelona is getting closer to its goal – to become the smartest city on the planet. Continue reading

ITALY: 6 REASONS TO VISIT APULIA

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The city of Alberobello is known for trulls (or trulls) – dry-laid houses with a conical roof, usually one. There is a legend about trulla with two roofs that he belonged to two brothers who were in love with one girl. The most ancient trully belongs to the XIV century. These buildings are remarkable in that they fall apart if you take out just one stone from the roof. Continue reading

4 IDEAS FOR FRENCH HOLIDAYS

From the main grocery market in Paris to the best cafes of Bordeaux – the GEO guide on what to try in France in the new year.The area of ​​the main market of Paris – 272 hectares! Each year, the world’s largest food fair is visited by 15 million people and buys 1.5 million tons of provisions.

No wonder that an ordinary tourist, even if he had seen the beauty of Ranjis from the great photographers of the 20th century – for example, Brassai and Henri Cartier-Bresson – is afraid to get lost here and therefore rarely looks at the market. Continue reading

ICELAND EXPERIENCES TOURIST BOOM
How tourism saved Iceland from an economic disaster, but it threatens to turn into an environmental disaster Iceland can not cope with the influx of tourists. Last year alone, about…

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TRIP TO STROGANOVA PLACES AND PERM REGION
The Perm land knows how to surprise anyone: the Kungur ice cave, the rocky cliffs above Kama and Chusovaya, the Permian gods and animal style, the Permian fossils. But there…

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5 THINGS YOU NEED TO MAKE IN ITALY FOR A NEW YEAR
Ideas for the Christmas holidays in the south of Italy for the premiere of the comedy "Welcome to the South-2, or Neighbors no entry!"Neapolitan street Via San Gregorio Armeno, named…

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GREEN CROWN SAXONY
Cling to the ledge, the last spurt, and here it is, the top. Under the feet of Elba, all of Saxony in the palm. Someone in such a situation is…

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