For many centuries, the walls served as reliable protection from enemies. They were an integral part of every city. The entrance to the fortress city was carried out exclusively through the city gates, which were closed at night or in case of threat from the outside. Today, the well-preserved fortress cities attract tourists from all over the world.
Nine magnificent islands, lost in the Atlantic Ocean between Portugal and North America, are the Azores, the precious placer of the Atlantic, where the most beautiful lagoons and volcanic lakes in the craters of extinct volcanoes, shady grottos and mysterious caves, majestic ancient forts and magnificent palaces, delightful tea and pineapple plantations , lush vineyards and marinas for ocean yachts excite the imagination and win the heart forever
We do not exaggerate by stating that Don Quixote de la Mancha is one of the most famous books.The fictitious Cervantes hidalgo Don Quixote - probably the most famous Spaniard of all time, the story of his wanderings in Spain was translated into all languages, and two figures - the long and skinny Don Quixote and the little fat Sancho Panza - became one of the country's symbols.
First introduced in 1965, the BYO movement really took off in Australia in the 1970s.Many small restaurants were able to open without having to pay thousands of dollars for a liquor license. BYOB is an acronym that usually stands for "bring your own bottle (of wine)," though in some instances the second "B" may refer to "beer" or "booze."
California’s coast is certainly one of the most beautiful places to hike! And Northern California is the place for some of the most scenic day hikes.
In San Francisco, you can find only vegan restaurants, and places where they will offer both meat and vegetarian dishes. In addition, the facilities of any class are at your service - from gourmet restaurants to simple eateries.
Hidden, heavenly and pink: the most amazing beaches of the planet
In the United States of America there are many beautiful and interesting places created by nature or through the hands of man.And letdespite the fact that most of the sights of America are not as ancient as the architectural historical heritage of the Old World - their uniqueness and popularity do not become less.
Historically, zip lines were purely functional, often used to deliver goods across great distances in mountainous countries. Then, in the 1970s, researchers in Costa Rica began to realize the potential of these cables and began stringing them up through the rainforests as a way to get around more quickly and easily. It wasn’t long before they started to see the great tourism potential of their newest mode of transportation, which allows for both an adrenaline rush and a great learning experience.
Costa Rica has become synonymous with the sport of zip lining—in fact, it caught on about 30 years earlier in Central America than it did in the U.S. So it’s no wonder that the country is home to the longest zip line canopy tour in the world.