Japan in the summer: what to see the tourist and what to do?
A real traveler chooses the extraordinary. Imagine: an extraordinary culture, where hi-tech is successfully combined with centuries-old traditions, and “mass” images easily spread throughout the globe. And one of the most famous and recognizable gastronomy around the world. And even the language for which it was required to “invent” a separate language group. It is easy to guess that we are talking about Japan. However, not every tourist is ready to consider this country as a summer destination. And completely in vain! We will try to tell you what awaits those who decide to take a summer trip to Japan.
So, what to do in Japan in the summer, and in general, what is summer Japan? First of all, including for the inhabitants of the country of the Rising Sun, summer is a period of numerous fireworks and festivals. They are carried out by every prefecture of the country and almost every city. We will name only the most famous of them. Continue reading
WHAT TO SEE IN RIGA?
The monument city, the contrasting city of Riga, the capital of the Baltic state of Latvia, is comfortably located on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Riga is a beautiful ancient city where you can have a great rest, get enough impressions, taste traditional dishes in cozy national restaurants and have a good time. The mere fact that the Old Town of Riga with its pearl – the historic Town Hall Square – is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, already suggests that every self-respecting traveler should definitely visit here.
Riga is a great weekend destination. In a couple of days you can explore the main local sights, and at the same time you will not be bored! It is best to start your journey through this beautiful city, of course, from the Old Town and Town Hall Square. The 26-meter Powder Tower, which performed protective functions in the 13th century and is now adorning the city, is noteworthy here. The three-meter-thick building with stone walls was part of the city’s citadel, and today the tower has an exposition of the Military Museum. Continue reading
Travel Guide for Turkey
Turkey is the heiress of one of the largest and most influential empires in the world – the Ottoman Empire. This country of 4 seas at the junction of 2 cultures: eastern and western. Its lands gently embrace the Black, Mediterranean, Aegean and Sea of Marmara. As in antiquity, Turkey lies on the way from Europe to Asia and combines European and Eastern traditions.
Holidays in Turkey – a unique combination of diverse entertainment: visits to ancient cities and shrines of different religions, beach holidays and recreation in the style of “All Inclusive”, active and extreme tourism, profitable shopping and enjoying the local cuisine.
Turkish shores attract tourists much more than Crimean, Greek or Croatian ones. The reason for this is the development of the tourism and hospitality industry, combined with an excellent climate. Continue reading