In Macau there are a lot of wonderful monuments, architectural masterpieces, historical sites, parks and squares where fun holidays and cultural festivals take place. Will you come here for a two-week vacation or just look at the weekend – you will have the opportunity to look at famous sights, admire the local gardens, as well as get acquainted with local cuisine, go shopping and listen to good music.
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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
Reserved, polite and self-sufficient, Helsinki does not entertain you against your will, but has a rich stock of interesting, beautiful and tasty. The feeling is that you have come to visit a wealthy and intelligent family that provides all your benefits for free use, and instead of imposing a mandatory cultural program gives the guest the right to choose. And this is unusual for a Russian person who subconsciously prepares for a carnival, a fair and a feast for the whole world. Meanwhile, in Helsinki, you have to search and choose yourself. Continue reading
The first thing that meets a traveler in winter Dublin is a man with a weathered face, wrapped in a scarf and waxed jacket, riding a bicycle and carrying a surfboard under his arm. And then another – but already on foot. And then – elderly and gray-haired, but also with a board. Dubliners (and indeed the Irish) are famous for their character. The harsh climate near the sea, eternal dampness, greenery, rocks, years of civil war and IRA terrorist attacks, poverty, economic crisis and famine taught the Irish not to complain under any circumstances, but find joy in simple things: the beach, surfboard, alcohol, long walks through green fields and sublime melancholy, which is poured here in the landscape. Continue reading
Mediterranean Sea, Malta
The clear sea around the Maltese Islands is great for diving, and you can quickly get to the coast from almost anywhere. Reefs, caves and shipwrecks, abundantly found around three islands (Malta, Gozo and Comino), are a rare combination of underwater “sights” in a relatively small place. Experienced divers can dive to sunken archaeological sites – from the time of ancient Rome to the Second World War. The depth of diving is different: from 12 meters on the Ar-Lapsi to Cape Lantern, where scuba divers descend through an underwater tunnel to a depth of more than 50 meters. Continue reading