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Mersa Matruh is one of the oldest cities in Egypt. They say that Cleopatra once loved to enjoy its beauties. It is located in a large bay on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, about 240 km from Alexandria and 500 km from Cairo. Mersa Matruh boasts white sandy beaches, clear azure waters and a mild climate. He is called the Egyptian Maldives, and he is completely unlike Hurghada or Sharm El Sheikh. We decided to share with you useful information about this resort. As always, our site has many tours to Egypt!
Weather in the resort Mersa Matruh
Mersa Matruh is governed by a Mediterranean climate with cool, wet winters and warm, comfortable summers. It is reliably protected from a strong wind by a chain of rocks. From December to February, the thermometer rises to +17 ° C … + 19 ° C during the day, and drops to +9 ° C at night. The water temperature at this time does not exceed +16 ° C. Continue reading
1. Split, Croatia
A town on the Adriatic coast is the perfect combination of natural and artificial beauty. In 305 BC, the Roman emperor Diocletian used this place to restore strength after the bustling Rome. He built a rich palace here, which has become a familiar part of the historic city center. A traveler can walk along the Riva embankment, climb a nearby hill and enjoy the city view or relax on the beach.
2. Lake Bled, Slovenia
Lake Bled seemed to come from fairy tales. The deep blue lake framed by the Alps, with a picturesque church on an island in the middle, has truly become one of the pearls of Slovenia. Having hired a boat, the traveler will reach a small island, where he will most likely get to a local wedding. According to tradition, the groom carries the bride in her arms through all the steps of the church to make a wish inside. It is considered a good sign if the newlyweds find the chime of bells holding hands. Continue reading
Even experienced travelers do not always know that holidays in Turkey are not only “all inclusive” and hotels on the first line. In fact, Turkey is full of interesting places. The standard seven nights will not be enough even to see the smallest part of the sights. Not to mention those that are not described in the guidebooks. Want to know what sights of Turkey do not even know tourists with experience? Read on.
Uzungol – little Switzerland in Turkey
Many tourists, thinking about Turkey, represent exclusively its coastal areas. It will be even more interesting for them to visit Uzungol, a small village that lies on the shores of the lake of the same name. Along the lake stretches a picturesque valley, which was surrounded on all sides by majestic mountains. The houses here are no different from the Swiss villages. Continue reading