charms of this city
The Czech Republic is a unique country. I didn’t want to return to any other country again after the visit, but I wanted to go to the Czech Republic. As a result, it happened: I visited there twice as part of a tourist group. Both times we traveled by bus from Minsk, with visits to Brest, Poland, Austria and some other wonderful places. As soon as you pass the border of Belarus and get into Poland, it immediately becomes clear that there is something to see. It was Czech attractions that attracted me the most. It so happened that in no hotel did we stay longer than two or three days. So, having stayed in Prague in some inexpensive 3-star hotel, we went daily with an excursion to other Czech cities. Of course, we devoted the first day in the Czech Republic to Prague itself, looked at Stara Mesto and Mala Strana. It is impossible to describe in words how much I liked Charles Bridge and the Powder Tower, the Astronomical Clock on Old Town Square, Prague Castle, and many other famous places of this magnificent city. Continue reading
Transcarpathia is preparing to meet the “invasion” of tourists who want to enjoy the views with flowers.
In Transcarpathia, an incredible saffron has already blossomed. In the snow, far from civilization, but the first spring photographs “advertise” that particular type of tourism that both spring holidaymakers and Transcarpathians themselves are waiting for every spring.
Nature gradually begins to come to life, so Transcarpathians begin to prepare for the arrival of guests. It is in the spring that the peak of the invasion of tourists who want to see magnificent flower landscapes and natural landscapes, breathtaking. These landscapes are so diverse and rich in colors that sometimes you do not believe in their reality. Continue reading
The unique Lemurian lake in the south of the Kherson region has recently attracted more and more tourists – with the unusual pink color of the water, from which it is impossible to look away, especially at sunset, and its medicinal properties, for which people come here to be treated for skin diseases, nervous, cardiovascular systems, musculoskeletal system and the like. Ukrinform wrote earlier about the pink lake phenomenon. But being in the sunny Kherson region and getting to know the locals who are now actively taking tourists, we could not help but wonder how it all started? The story, it turns out, is unique – in it miraculously intertwines legends, happy chance, human industriousness and perseverance. Continue reading