MOTHERLAND OF THE RIGHT DRAGONS: TRAVELING TO SOUTH KOREA
Images of dragons can be found throughout Asia. At first glance, it is rather difficult to determine the origin of the fairy-tale reptile. However, in Korea there is an old…

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9 BEACHES FOR FAMILY HOLIDAYS
The Blue Flag International Award is the gold standard for beaches. Every year, experts of the Environmental Education Fund choose the best resorts according to the criteria: water quality, lack…

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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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POLAND: ROUTE ON CASTLES AND HOMESTEADS
In recent years, many of the estates have found new owners who have restored historic buildings and turned their hotels. The easiest way to get to the historical region of…

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4 PLACES FOR REST IN WILDLIFE
Meet the sunset in a tent camp in Botswana, take a walk among the forests and lakes of the last ice age in Finland, visit the hard-to-reach region of India…

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TYROL WAITS FOR GUESTS FROM RUSSIA

Ziller Valley – a variety of tracks and the most modern lift in the world

Ski slopes – from wide trails with comfortable slopes to difficult routes – stretch for 506 kilometers in the Ziller Valley. The networked 181 lifts with the Zillertaler Superskipass, five fan parks and numerous freeride tracks make the Zillertal a mecca of ski fun. Continue reading

MOTHERLAND OF THE RIGHT DRAGONS: TRAVELING TO SOUTH KOREA

Images of dragons can be found throughout Asia. At first glance, it is rather difficult to determine the origin of the fairy-tale reptile. However, in Korea there is an old legend: in immemorial times, all dragons had four fingers on each paw. But whenever the magic monster flew to the northeast, he lost a finger, and when to the southwest, his fingers, on the contrary, grew. Therefore, the dragons of Japan have three of them, while the Chinese have five. And only the Korean have the “correct”, original set. This legend is worth remembering whenever someone starts to compare China, Japan and Korea. It is not so much about the number of dragon fingers, but about national identity. Continue reading

4 PLACES FOR REST IN WILDLIFE

Meet the sunset in a tent camp in Botswana, take a walk among the forests and lakes of the last ice age in Finland, visit the hard-to-reach region of India where a large population of snow leopards lives, and see animals from all over the world in Dubai – GEO’s guide to national and safari parks

Two thirds of Botswana’s territory is occupied by the Kalahari, the hottest desert in Africa. And surprisingly, one of the greenest and most biologically diverse regions of the planet, the Okavango Delta, adjoins it. Continue reading

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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POLAND: ROUTE ON CASTLES AND HOMESTEADS
In recent years, many of the estates have found new owners who have restored historic buildings and turned their hotels. The easiest way to get to the historical region of…

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Will it be possible to relax in the self-proclaimed countries
Previously, it was part of Georgia, but because of the conflict, which lasted about 10 years, in 1992 the state split. Today, the republic, which has gained independence, is recognized…

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