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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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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BUSINESS CLASS ON BOARD OF TURKISH AIRLINES
In Istanbul, where a delegation of journalists went to meet with the leaders of Turkish Airlines on the occasion of its recognition as the best airline in Europe, we flew…

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BUSINESS CLASS ON BOARD OF TURKISH AIRLINES

In Istanbul, where a delegation of journalists went to meet with the leaders of Turkish Airlines on the occasion of its recognition as the best airline in Europe, we flew in business class on a carrier plane. To fly them is a pleasure: the level of service is simply amazing. After registering at Vnukovo airport for a flight to Antalya, through which we flew to the largest city in Turkey, we were taken to the lounge area – the first for a company abroad. Spacious, elegant and, most importantly, with comfortable furniture, it has a comfortable rest. Continue reading

VIETNAM: IN THE WATER LABYRINTH

A ray of light is drawn out of the darkness. And begins to rummage boats. One by one. Hull, hold, cabins, mast. On the clock – the beginning of the fourth night. But the noise of boat engines pulls out of sleep. On the Mekong reigns. In a wide bay, like the sea, against the background of a blackened city far away, more and more vessels are being assembled. At first, only their navigation lights are visible in the dark. Then you hear the rumble of the motor. Team screams. The thud of the colliding sides. Clang anchor chains. Above the river mist swirls, exuding a rotten smell. Continue reading

FRANCE: NATIONAL FEATURES

Once in Paris, I hung up for an hour on Bulmish in the mediterration section of the Gibert Jeune store – although it was not a doctor for a second. Bulmish is short for Saint-Michel Boulevard, the main artery of the Latin Quarter, where students of Sorbonne and half the heroines of the novels of Anna Gavalda, the main menesinger and troubadress of today’s Rive Gauche, Left Bank, live with fish. Bulmish with the surrounding streets in general is stuffed with bookstores, shops and camber, including those where all the books are at 20 cents. Continue reading

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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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VENICE WINTER
Plague seasonality is not triple prices for hotels and airplanes, queues at museums, women's toilets and restaurants. And not even a million or so shot down Chinese, whose volume control…

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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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