Sri Lanka - the island of elephants, tea and Buddhism
The island of Sri Lanka is rightly called the pearl of the Indian Ocean. Even in ancient times, Greek sailors, admiring the indescribable beauty, called it “Taprobana”, which means “cinnamon…

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Cyprus. Tourism is a delicate matter
Tourism is a delicate matter. And therefore, if you are not going along the already well-known route, but to a completely new place, it’s worth planning everything carefully. Especially if…

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Sri Lanka - the island of elephants, tea and Buddhism
The island of Sri Lanka is rightly called the pearl of the Indian Ocean. Even in ancient times, Greek sailors, admiring the indescribable beauty, called it “Taprobana”, which means “cinnamon…

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Paradise Holidays in the Maldives

The intense rhythm of modern life leaves us with less and less opportunities for complete solitude and a relaxing rest. To spend a vacation away from the annoying “charms” of civilization, without the hustle and bustle, amid the untouched virgin nature, more and more potential vacationers are tired of city life. In this regard, tours to the Maldives are in constant demand, despite the flight range.

Maldives – a unique work of nature in the equatorial waters of the Indian Ocean – the best place for such a secluded, serene relaxation among amazing nature. Continue reading

Family holidays in winter
Rest is truly considered rest when the whole family is assembled! Whatever place you want to rest, it will still be boring and sad if you don’t have people close…

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Advantages and disadvantages of mini-hotels in Vladimir
The hotel business of the city of Vladimir does not stand still. Living conditions, comfort level are improving, service is being improved. Many changes are also taking place in the…

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Sri Lanka - the island of elephants, tea and Buddhism
The island of Sri Lanka is rightly called the pearl of the Indian Ocean. Even in ancient times, Greek sailors, admiring the indescribable beauty, called it “Taprobana”, which means “cinnamon…

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