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
Turkey has long been among the top resort countries among holidaymakers in the CIS and Europe. A country with a long history, in which there is everything that your heart desires – hot sea beaches and snowy mountains, oriental flavor and modern urbanism, high-tech technology and ancient traditions …
The combination of the incongruous is what makes Turkey unusually attractive for tourists. At the same time, experts agree that tourist inclinations are implemented by the country to a small extent. To the full disclosure of the recreational potential of Turkey is still far away. Continue reading