7 TENDERLINES THAT WORTH VISITING
Brazil is a country of tropical forests, mountains, waterfalls and beaches – summer lasts all year round. From the top of Mount Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro, Christ the Redeemer follows the country’s largest city. The monument was opened in 1931, and in 1965 it was consecrated by Pope Paul VI.
Want to conquer the Amazon jungle? Go to Iguazu National Park. The reserve on the border of Brazil and Argentina, UNESCO is called the natural heritage of mankind. It is famous for the unique cascade waterfall Iguazu.
Another UNESCO protected site is the Serra da Capivara National Park, located in northeastern Brazil. The park’s territory exceeds 120 thousand hectares and is known for its unique rock carvings of the 14th century BC. 64 archaeological zones are open to Serra da Capivara, to which 14 hiking trails lead.
Traveling in Brazil without a visa can be up to 90 days.
People go to Vietnam to see ancient shrines and temple complexes, try national dishes and see the underwater world. Nha Trang is known as one of the cheapest places for diving. The bay where the resort is located is called the most beautiful in Vietnam. Here you can see coral reefs all year round. After diving go to Po Nagar. The temple complex was built between the 8th and 11th centuries by the Cham people. The Long Shawn Pagoda is a Buddhist temple in which monks live.
If you prefer an active holiday, then visit Mui Ne. There are snow-white beaches, jungles, the sea and the best opportunities for kiting in the country.
You can stay in Vietnam without a visa for 15 days. For a longer period a temporary visa is issued via the Internet.
In Casablanca is the Hassan II Mosque with the highest minaret in the world (210 m). Not only Muslims, but also representatives of other religions can visit the Hassan II mosque, which is rare in Morocco.
After exploring the historical sights, go to the Sahara to ride camels or conquer sand dunes by jeep. You can spend the night in Bedouin tents under the open sky.
In the valley of the Draa there are oases and Berber settlements. And the spirit of this Arab bazaar can be felt in Marrakesh.
You can stay in Morocco without a visa for a maximum of 90 days.
In Peru, there is one of the most mysterious places on earth – the ancient city of Machu Picchu. The city of the Incas, who mysteriously disappeared in the XV century, discovered in 1911. It is still not known how this people could build a stone settlement in remote mountainous terrain without building fixtures. You can not ignore the bastions of Cusco and the mystical drawings in the Nazca desert.
Lake Titicaca – the largest freshwater reservoir in South America – is located at an altitude of 3,812 meters. Sharks and other animals live in a unique pond.
In Peru, without a visa, Russians can stay for 90 days.
The main shrine of the Christian world – the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, built on the site of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ – is located in Jerusalem. Here goes the famous Via Dolorosa, along which Jesus walked to Calvary. The main wealth of the Jews – the Wailing Wall stretched for half a kilometer and passes around the western slope of the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem.
The Jordan River is the natural border between Jordan and Israel and flows into the Dead Sea. In this river, Jesus Christ was baptized. In Nazareth, he spent his childhood and youth. This city is shrouded in myths from historical annals. In Nazareth there is the Temple of the Annunciation, the largest of the temples of the Middle East, the Orthodox Church of the Archangel Gabriel.
In Israel, Russians can stay without a visa for 90 days.
Malaysia is famous for its Kalimantan beaches and the architecture of the capital Kuala Lumpur: the 88-storey Petronas twin towers, connected on 41-42 floors by Skybridge Bridge or the Sri Mahamarimanman Hindu Temple, which is recognized as one of the main shrines of Hindu Malaysia.
On the island of Penang, you can take a walk in the Chinatown, see the “miraculous” cannon “Seri Rambai”, look into the “big house” of Hu Kongsi. The island also contains: the Temple of the Dragon Mountains, the Temple of Snakes, where dozens of poisonous snakes lie on the altars, the Temple of Air Hitam (“black water”) or the Temple of Ten Thousand Buddhas.
Without a visa in Malaysia can be no more than 30 days.
Familiarity with Hong Kong should start with the peak of Victoria. From a height of 552 meters there is a panorama of the city-state, which gained independence from China at least until 2047.
Big Buddha is located near the airport in Hong Kong, so tourists who travel through the city, first of all come to greet him. The Big Buddha is considered the largest bronze sedentary Buddha in the world, 34 meters high.
There are many museums in Hong Kong: the Hong Kong Historical Museum, the Science Museum, the Art Museum.
You can stay in Hong Kong without a visa for 14 days.