Traveling light: how to get by on hand luggage on the plane
According to media reports in our country, only 20% of passengers fly without baggage: since 2017, this has been the reason for the ticket price increase - now it simply…

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On bans on cruise liners: logical, not very clear, and very strange
The phrase "maritime order" is not just a figure of speech. For a long history of navigation, a certain set of rules of behavior at sea has developed, these rules…

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Wedding tourism: wedding and honeymoon in Cyprus
It is difficult to imagine a country that is best suited for such an important and exciting moment as the wedding of the young and the honeymoon, rather than Cyprus…

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destruction of the remnants of the Inca

The most popular attractions, which are now not allowed tourists

The British newspaper Daily Express has compiled a list of the most popular places among travelers with a ban on visits or limited access …The most popular attractions, which are now not allowed tourists

The list is Philippine island of Boracay, which is beloved by tourists, which is closed to the public for six months due to environmental degradation. Before visitors start to be allowed back onto the island, the Philippine authorities want to impose strict laws that will preserve the local nature. Continue reading

Yacht tourism abroad: where to start?
In the distance you can see a piece of sushi with white sand. A light salty breeze tingles his lips, a glass of champagne in his hand, and around the…

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Turkey
Now in Turkey almost every hotel works with Russian tour operators and tourists, especially as regards the Antalya coast, which is the most popular among Russians ...Turkey Today we will…

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Wedding tourism: wedding and honeymoon in Cyprus
It is difficult to imagine a country that is best suited for such an important and exciting moment as the wedding of the young and the honeymoon, rather than Cyprus…

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12 airplane situations that people have to face
In the days of the first planes, the novice pilots were teased with “sticky asses.” Couples of castor oil, which served as lubricant for the engines, provoked light diarrhea in…

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