The territory declared independence without the consent of the States to which they belonged…
Will it be possible to relax in the self-proclaimed countries
Do they have tourism and what will actually happen if you visit them?
Previously, it was part of Georgia, but because of the conflict, which lasted about 10 years, in 1992 the state split. Today the Republic, which gained independence, is recognized by Russia, Syria and 3 States without representation. On its territory is the new Athos monastery, lake Ritsa. Tourism is poorly developed here, but it does not repel travelers. In Abkhazia, you can relax inexpensively, and they go for a couple of days, mainly from Sochi. Continue reading
Paris – a city that can give the whole range of feelings and emotions. Painted with special charm, it fascinates with its views. And whatever side you turn to The many-sided Paris – historical or modern – it will be beautiful…
6 classic attractions of the French capital that everyone should see
We advise you to start your classic trip to Paris with the national carrier of the country air France. In just 4 hours the plane will move You from Moscow to the French airport Charles de Gaulle. And then, using a high-speed train with a special RER icon, You can easily get to the center of Paris, where your journey to happiness will begin. Why happiness? Because, once in the arms of Paris, involuntarily begin to feel happy, and how can it be otherwise when you touch the beauty of eternity? Continue reading
The wild nature of Iceland was the victim of miscalculations of the authorities of this country, which approved the large-scale shooting of popular media products on its territory…
Probably dreamed of good luck in New Zealand, which after the release of the fantasy trilogy about the “Lord of the rings” overnight and business financial corrected, and became a magnet for many tourists. Poor Icelanders also decided to monetize the pristine beauty of their land, and now helplessly watch as tourists destroy Fatallity canyon (Fjaðrárgljúfur).
The motivation of Icelandic leaders is quite simple to understand. After the crisis of 2008, the country staggered on the edge of the financial abyss, quarreling with the IMF and other creditors. Icelanders have nothing to sell, no industry, a working population of less than 200 thousand people. Eyjafjallajökull, a volcano whose eruption has alarmed the whole of Europe, has rescued. And along with the footage of the mountain spewing ash on all screens flashed and other beauty and wonders of the Icelandic lands. Continue reading