Four reasons to send a tourist to Tunisia
Here, tourists do not need to figure out what to do – Tunisia offers excellent beaches, a wide selection of entertainment and spa treatments. In addition, Tunisia is one of the most returnable summer destinations, information about which will never be superfluous.
First reason: the beach
Thanks to its fantastic coast, fine sand beaches that stretch over 575 kilometers, and a string of paradise islands, Tunisia is one of the best beach destinations in the Mediterranean.
Most of the beaches in Tunisia are sandy, with a gentle entry into the sea, and the width of the beach strip can reach 70 meters. Gradually increasing depth of the sea, fine white sand attract families with children. By the way, most hotels suitable for families with children are located in Hammamet. Continue reading
The best abnormal places for tourists
Death Valley, an abnormal area in Yakutia, which is located near the Vilyui River, in Mirny district. Local residents tell legends about mysterious objects made of metal in the form of peculiar boiler rooms, which cannot be reached. And those who are selected, then very much regret it. They say that an arch of an incomprehensible design is visible above the ground, from which allegedly the research students who were passing here could not separate a single piece, while “they felt a strange malaise.”
The mountain of the dead, “glorified” by stories related to the Dyatlov group. As in other “paranormal” places, the death of people here is explained either by UFOs, then by evil spirits, or by top-secret scientific developments. Continue reading
For two weeks before Lent, Venice, which already attracts romantics from around the world all year round, is filled with bright masks, carnival costumes, music and laughter. Probably everyone has heard of the Venice Carnival, and more than half a million connoisseurs of the magical atmosphere of a medieval holiday come to admire this miracle every year.
A bit of history
Very soon, the Venice Carnival will celebrate its millennium anniversary, although the tradition of hiding faces at the festival appeared in ancient times. This helped aristocrats and commoners have fun together, forgetting about prejudice. By the 18th century, the carnival had become what we used to see it now – lush, rich, full of mysterious traditions and symbolism. Continue reading