Morocco is a North African country, which is washed by the Mediterranean Sea in the north and the Atlantic Ocean in the west. In addition to the border with Algeria, Morocco also borders with the Sahara, therefore in the south-east there is a dry and hot climate. In Morocco, popular camel sightseeing tours. They can also travel around the Sahara, to see its sand dunes and oases. In Morocco, a beach holiday, desert sands, Atlas mountains, banana and orange plantations, mountain caves and palm groves are successfully combined.
Fez – landmark of Morocco
In Morocco, jeep safaris for tourists, excursions to picturesque waterfalls, for example, the Cover of lovers, not far from Marrakesh are popular. In addition to attractions, in some parts of Morocco, you can join the local culture. For example, in Berber villages such as Tiznit and Tafraut, people wear national clothes and still observe all traditions and customs. Continue reading
Vilnius is famous for its chic baroque sights, but the most popular monuments are cathedrals and temples. The city also boasts its quiet, narrow streets and the unique atmosphere of the Middle Ages. The history of each street is overgrown with its legends and tales, which are very fond of curious tourists.
Gediminas Castle – the glorious landmark of Vilnius
Gediminas Castle is one of those buildings that have come down to us since the construction of the city itself. As early as the 13th century, it served as a defensive bastion and a prison, and now serves as the main attraction and center of Lithuanian tourism. The castle houses the Vilnius Themed Historical Museum and many archaeological finds. Gediminas Castle will be of interest to anyone who is interested in the past of this small country.
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Norway is a country about which many myths are piled. Many people think that if Norway is located closest to the North Pole, then it is very cold and polar bears are walking around the streets. In fact, despite the fact that the country is located in Northern Europe, in summer, sometimes the temperature here can rise to +25 degrees. To see polar bears, tourists, probably, still have to visit the island of Svalbard, which is located closest to the North Pole.
Norway takes the first place in the standard of living in Europe and is not at all inferior to the southern resorts, and also skiing is very well developed here. This country can be considered the most visited Scandinavian state, because it surprises with its diversity of nature, famous fjords, which can already be considered the sights of Norway. Fjords call the beautiful mountain bays, which are the largest in Norway. Continue reading