Tenerife is the largest and most amazing of the islands of the Canary Archipelago. Located in the Atlantic Ocean near the African coast, it combines exotic nature, warm climate, as well as Spanish culture and cuisine. At the heart of the island is the third largest volcano in the world, Teide. Its height is more than 3700 meters above sea level.
The whole island consists of mountain roads, steep descents and ascents. Therefore, when renting a car, be prepared for narrow serpentines, sharp turns and constant reconstructions, which are almost impossible to go around.
To avoid stress and calmly explore the coast, you can rent a yacht and ta Continue reading
Sardinia is one of the two largest Italian islands, which is located west of mainland Italy, in the center of the Mediterranean Sea. Unlike its closest neighbor, the French island of Corsica, whose territory consists of large mountain ranges for three quarters, the mountainous landscape of Sardinia is quite smooth. The sparsely populated areas of the island are distinguished by their pristine beauty: they abound in dense forests and natural ponds bordering small desert areas. The uniqueness of the nature of the island in its exquisite simplicity and naturalness. And as you know, it is nature that determines the cuisine of the territory. In the case of Sardinia, this is especially true.
Throughout the world, Sardinian gastronomy is known as the “centenarian cuisine”: it has been scientifically proven that sardines (not to be confused with sardines!) Live longer and healthier lives. Continue reading
Every tourist wants to spend an unforgettable vacation and not overshadow him with troubles. In Egypt, travelers can expect many annoying surprises, and we will try to help protect ourselves from disappointment. Read the list below of what a tourist in Egypt should not do. Do not drink tap water. Each country has its own standards for the quality of tap water. For example, in Russia in Moscow they are very high, and drinking tap water is safe for health. But in many countries they do not consider it necessary to maintain high water quality. This has its own logic, because only a scanty part of the tap water is used for drinking. Such a high quality is a luxury that not every country can afford. In Egypt, tap water is unsuitable for drinking. Poor water is used in the central regions of the country, and desalinated water in the coastal regions. Continue reading