10 NONBANAL ATTRACTIONS OF FLORENCE
Bargello Palace In the Middle Ages, the Bargello Palace was the residence of the city administration, then the prison and barracks. In 1865, the building was turned into the National…

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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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TWO-WHEELED STOCKHOLM
There are enough contenders for the title of the world's bicycle capital, but the Swedes are convinced that this title belongs to Stockholm. Here you can get to any place…

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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 two million travelers visited the country, which is almost six times more than local residents. The population of Iceland is about 334 thousand people. Keblavik Airport, 50 km from Reykjavik, already hardly accepts anyone who wants to see ice caves, volcanoes, northern lights, and other riches of the elves’ homeland. Continue reading

TALLINN: DIGITAL CAPITAL
Nature and technology are the two whales on which tiny Estonia stands, a country that not everyone will immediately see on the map. The third and youngest whale is modern…

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MEDIEVAL CHARM OF LUBEK
The tour bus smoothly passes the Holstein Gate, which has been guarding the entrance to Lübeck since the Middle Ages, and arrives at the city moat. It looks like an…

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The smartest tourist trains in the world
The tourist portal tourweek.ru will tell you about the most luxurious tourist trains in the world, known in 2017, as well as what places in it went to Russian luxury…

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10 NONBANAL ATTRACTIONS OF FLORENCE
Bargello Palace In the Middle Ages, the Bargello Palace was the residence of the city administration, then the prison and barracks. In 1865, the building was turned into the National…

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