12 reasons to stay in Brighton
Everything is possible if you go to Brighton - a fashionable seaside resort, where representatives of eminent aristocratic families and even historical figures traditionally rested ... The most stylish, vibrant…

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MICE tourism - how are corporate tourism arranged?
Corporate tours are a relatively new and rapidly developing area of ​​tourism services. With their help, company management solves a wide variety of tasks, from staff motivation to establishing trusting…

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Why you should not go to the UAE for a vacation
UAE is one of the fastest growing countries ... People come here not only to soak up the coast (the state stretches along the Persian Gulf), but also to see…

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Along Newfoundland Iceberg Alley, Stranger Giants Walk

Amateur photographer Mark Gray, who was lucky enough to live on Cape Bonavista, in the east of Newfoundland, published a fresh selection of icebergs …

The catch of the new season – usually ice blocks begin their journey through the waters there at the end of spring and follow through the “iceberg alley” for a couple of months. This place was nicknamed because the huge ice, as if in a parade, pass in front of the audience on the shore. But those who, like Mark Gray, have been observing them for more than a year, note: new icebergs are noticeably different from previous ones. Continue reading

Guide to Sicily: along unknown routes on a yacht

Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean, is located not far from the tip of the Italian boot. The island is washed by three seas: the Ionian, Mediterranean and Tyrrhenian …

Yacht Charter in Sicily
Fascinating landscapes, centuries-old history, delicious local cuisine and local culture have long attracted travelers from different countries. To discover the island in a new way and at the same time avoid collisions with crowds of tourists, go on a sea cruise. Continue reading

Tourist pearls of the Dominican Republic
Going to the Dominican Republic stands both for a beach holiday, and for a separate acquaintance with Caribbean history and culture, Dominican nature and modern attractions ... The colonial city…

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Along Newfoundland Iceberg Alley, Stranger Giants Walk
Amateur photographer Mark Gray, who was lucky enough to live on Cape Bonavista, in the east of Newfoundland, published a fresh selection of icebergs ... The catch of the new…

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MICE tourism - how are corporate tourism arranged?
Corporate tours are a relatively new and rapidly developing area of ​​tourism services. With their help, company management solves a wide variety of tasks, from staff motivation to establishing trusting…

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Thomas Cook: the founder’s good intentions became a burden of responsibility for followers
On the eve of World Tourism Day, one of its pioneers, the British tour operator Thomas Cook, left the market ... Among the reasons for his bankruptcy were not only…

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