Top 10 most beautiful National Parks in Europe




Top 10 most beautiful National Parks in Europe


National parks around the world are home to many species of areas where plants and animals which are often likened to true corners of paradise.

List of national parks of the United States - Wikipedia, the free ...
The United States has 59 protected areas known as national parks that are operated by the National Park Service, an agency of the Department of the Interior.

The following are 10 of the most beautiful parks and nature reserves in Europe:

  1. Triglav National Park
Triglav National Park is the only national park in Slovenia and named after the highest mountain in the country, with an altitude of 2,864 meters. The natural reserve is considered a paradise mountain that houses waterfalls, lakes, forests and meadows, and 33 settlements. Triglav National Park was declared a UNESCO objective in 2003.

  1. Natural Park Bialowieza
Bialoweza Natural Park is located on the territory of two countries, Poland and Belarus, and is among the few areas in Europe where there are ancient forests. Reserve protects more species of plants and animals, but the most important element is European bison fauna. Bialowieza National Park UNESCO World Heritage site.

According to UNESCO, the forest is "only natural example of old forest preserved, such as those that once covered the whole of Europe", according dw.de .

  1. Saxon Switzerland Nature Reserve
This natural reserve has an area of ​​36,000 hectares and is located on the border between Germany and Czech Republic. Saxon Switzerland is known for its romantic appearance that it has, thanks to unique landscape made up of rocky formations, deep valleys, plateaus and gorges. This relief can be admired through a ride on the Elbe, one of the oldest paddle steamers in the world Kirnitzschtal tram.

  1. Plitvice Lakes National Park
Croatia Nature Reserve is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe. His name comes from the 16 lakes on its territory which are connected by waterfalls. Plitvice Lakes National Park is visited annually by over a million tourists, maybe because here were filmed scenes from the novels of Karl May screenings.

  1. Tatra National Park
Tatras are the highest in the Carpathian Mountains and is home to two national parks, one in Slovakia, Tatransky Narodny Park, and the other in Poland, Tatranská Park Narodowy. Tatra National Park, Slovakia, is the first national park (and natural reserve) in history and was established in 1948. Tatra Mountains Wilderness allowed 1,400 plant species, 40 of which do not grow in other parts of the world, to live on these lands. Among the most common mammals include the chamois, bears, marmots, wolves, lynxes, deer and wild boars.
  1. Loch Lomond National Park
Loch Lomond National Park is located in the Scotland and was the inspiration time for different poets.The park hosts over 20 lakes, rugged mountains, pristine forests, but offers a perfect habitat for many species of animals. Each spring, egrets halt in the park to mate. Another rare species of birds that can be seen here is the capercaillie, according visitscotland.com .

  1. Gran Paradiso National Park
Gran Paradiso National Park is the first national park in Italy and is located in the Alps. Capricorn is known for protection, extinct in the rest of the Italian Alps. Here is a spectacular glacial relief, consisting of 57 glaciers.
  1. Vatnajökull National Park
National Park in Iceland is particularly because this is a unique and spectacular landscape, formed from volcanoes, glaciers, valleys and plateaus. Here it can be seen and one of the highest waterfalls in Europe, Dettifoss. At the base of Vatnajökull glacier, ice is 1,000 years old, and in some places even 1,000 meters thick.

  1. Olympus National Park
Olympus National Park was established in 1938 for two reasons: to protect the natural environment in Greece and to include Mount Olympus, which hosted, in Greek mythology, deities 12. Unlike other Mediterranean landscapes of Greece, National Park here has a rocky terrain, spectacular gorges and thick forests.

  1. Rodnei Mountains National Park
Rodnei Mountains National Park is the second largest park in Romania and was established in 1932. On the area of ​​47 177 hectares are over 1,000 species of plants, 67 glacial lakes and 650 species of butterflies, one of them being single in Romania. If you arrive in Rodnei Mountains National Park, feel free to visit a special place, Daffodils Glade.


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Top 10 most beautiful National Parks in Europe


National parks around the world are home to many species of areas where plants and animals which are often likened to true corners of paradise.

List of national parks of the United States - Wikipedia, the free ...
The United States has 59 protected areas known as national parks that are operated by the National Park Service, an agency of the Department of the Interior.

The following are 10 of the most beautiful parks and nature reserves in Europe:

  1. Triglav National Park
Triglav National Park is the only national park in Slovenia and named after the highest mountain in the country, with an altitude of 2,864 meters. The natural reserve is considered a paradise mountain that houses waterfalls, lakes, forests and meadows, and 33 settlements. Triglav National Park was declared a UNESCO objective in 2003.

  1. Natural Park Bialowieza
Bialoweza Natural Park is located on the territory of two countries, Poland and Belarus, and is among the few areas in Europe where there are ancient forests. Reserve protects more species of plants and animals, but the most important element is European bison fauna. Bialowieza National Park UNESCO World Heritage site.

According to UNESCO, the forest is "only natural example of old forest preserved, such as those that once covered the whole of Europe", according dw.de .

  1. Saxon Switzerland Nature Reserve
This natural reserve has an area of ​​36,000 hectares and is located on the border between Germany and Czech Republic. Saxon Switzerland is known for its romantic appearance that it has, thanks to unique landscape made up of rocky formations, deep valleys, plateaus and gorges. This relief can be admired through a ride on the Elbe, one of the oldest paddle steamers in the world Kirnitzschtal tram.

  1. Plitvice Lakes National Park
Croatia Nature Reserve is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe. His name comes from the 16 lakes on its territory which are connected by waterfalls. Plitvice Lakes National Park is visited annually by over a million tourists, maybe because here were filmed scenes from the novels of Karl May screenings.

  1. Tatra National Park
Tatras are the highest in the Carpathian Mountains and is home to two national parks, one in Slovakia, Tatransky Narodny Park, and the other in Poland, Tatranská Park Narodowy. Tatra National Park, Slovakia, is the first national park (and natural reserve) in history and was established in 1948. Tatra Mountains Wilderness allowed 1,400 plant species, 40 of which do not grow in other parts of the world, to live on these lands. Among the most common mammals include the chamois, bears, marmots, wolves, lynxes, deer and wild boars.
  1. Loch Lomond National Park
Loch Lomond National Park is located in the Scotland and was the inspiration time for different poets.The park hosts over 20 lakes, rugged mountains, pristine forests, but offers a perfect habitat for many species of animals. Each spring, egrets halt in the park to mate. Another rare species of birds that can be seen here is the capercaillie, according visitscotland.com .

  1. Gran Paradiso National Park
Gran Paradiso National Park is the first national park in Italy and is located in the Alps. Capricorn is known for protection, extinct in the rest of the Italian Alps. Here is a spectacular glacial relief, consisting of 57 glaciers.
  1. Vatnajökull National Park
National Park in Iceland is particularly because this is a unique and spectacular landscape, formed from volcanoes, glaciers, valleys and plateaus. Here it can be seen and one of the highest waterfalls in Europe, Dettifoss. At the base of Vatnajökull glacier, ice is 1,000 years old, and in some places even 1,000 meters thick.

  1. Olympus National Park
Olympus National Park was established in 1938 for two reasons: to protect the natural environment in Greece and to include Mount Olympus, which hosted, in Greek mythology, deities 12. Unlike other Mediterranean landscapes of Greece, National Park here has a rocky terrain, spectacular gorges and thick forests.

  1. Rodnei Mountains National Park
Rodnei Mountains National Park is the second largest park in Romania and was established in 1932. On the area of ​​47 177 hectares are over 1,000 species of plants, 67 glacial lakes and 650 species of butterflies, one of them being single in Romania. If you arrive in Rodnei Mountains National Park, feel free to visit a special place, Daffodils Glade.


National Parks Magazine · National Parks Conservation Association
Out with unchecked looting and feeding the bears. In with prescribed fire and zero waste. What a difference 100 years has made for the National Park Service.




A Romanian pretended to be a British tourist for a day in Bucharest

A Romanian pretended to be a British tourist for a day in Bucharest

Mihai Popescu wanted to prove that the experience of a tourist in a foreign city is terrible and told everything vice.com to start this adventure with a friend who posed as Mexican.

"I was born in Bucharest and I know quite well that sucks almost everything is in this town, but I did not realize how traumatic it would be the place for a foreigner. To test, I gave British law for one day, "he revealed.

The Romanians began the Henri Coanda Airport, as any genuine tourist. Mihai Popescu ordered a taxi, confessing that it is really hard to stop taking sliver of drivers, even if you are a foreigner, "wearily repeated obsessively speakers in English and in Romanian to take taxis only by command from airport , to not take sliver. "They went with a taxi driver praised Romania all the way and told the two tourists that have nothing to visit Bucharest and you better go to drink in the Old:"If you wanted to go, you had to go through the country, to see our castles."

"We left the university not told us how we fare, but said an" all your money "joke and showed us the machine. I felt decent amount of 27 lei for a trip to Otopeni, far into the center, but it was strange that crumpled the bill immediately instead give us, "he confessed Mihai Popescu about taxi ride.



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Further, the two tourists went to the tourist information center in the passage of the university. They asked for a map Ceausescu Palace and tried to persuade the user to buy a tour of the capital. They asked the guide how much the tourist map of Bucharest and were told that it's free. After they left, they heard the man telling him that one of his colleagues: "See me, how many d-these come around here, I make a fortune if I ask a 10-15 euro map. "


British and Mexican crossed over to the gift shop Passage University where they were ignored by the seller. Then they took the subway to Union Square and went to visit the Patriarch's Palace, where they woke up that have nothing to see, which is under construction. Employees told them to take pictures Church, but outside as "Christ's mother's funeral today, there is great celebration from us."

Disappointed that they could not see anything, the two were headed to the Constitution Square, to be photographed in front of the People's House, one of the main attractions of our country. They were not the only ones with this idea. There, they gave a lot of foreign tourists touring Europe.

"And I was not the only ones with that idea. It was full of buses coming and going. Tourists aged between 50 and 70 years, came out of the bus, shoot a few pictures of the People's House, and starters to another country more interesting, like Bulgaria or hot to him, "confessed Mihai Popescu.

What surprised them most was the boy who had duped foreign tourists with brochures for 10 euros each, which they have got free from the Tourist Information Centre"He had a colleague who was six and he carries occasionally get some more pamphlets from a car when it ends. Basically, Western retirees had gone fishing. " The two Romanian People wanted to visit the house inside, but the gendarme explained in broken English that not even allowed to approach the building.

"I still given over some of my British compatriots, who had just finished the tour. They seemed exhausted. I asked if it's worth coming to visit shit. "You like marble? Because you see more marble there. It's a typical palace of dictator, chandeliers, large and empty than Lenin, Stalin least. So much '", revealed" British tourist. "


Then the two continued their experiment to the city center, where they came across a monument that they did not know either, although Bucharest Holocaust Memorial.
"Like the British, I would have found it equally important monument to be told about this, as it would seem to me to be told about Auschwitz, I visit Poland.However, I made ​​the stupid shot possible near him, which would make it any tourist couple "told Mihai Popescu.
They continued visiting the CEC building, "the only thing in this town that made ​​me think of the Little Paris, not a Soviet vomiting". They were stopped there by a guard who did not know English, but they explained in Italian that are not allowed to visit the building than a certain amount of hours.

"We went to Old Town drink as co cab driver told us to do. There I laughed a lot romgleză panels, which locals tried to tip the foreign tourists, "revealed Mihai Popescu.

They wanted to drink at a popular restaurant in this area of ​​the capital, but have not found the free meals because they were occupied by Japanese tourists.

Mexican and Englishman ended the trip at the Military Circle, where the waiter spoke only Romanian, and concluded adventure: "The only sign-in English are to pubs, so you're completely lost, if you want to dibuieşti any historical monument the so-called capital's historic center. Ministry of Tourism rubs eagle for years, at most produce campaign travel communist tens of millions of euros to bring tourists to some places undeveloped, where there is no one to handle them and where they can not go any to corner without a guide.


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Those who want a dirt-cheap vacation should go to Bucharest, Romania, where the stay costs only $260. Mumbai and Sofia, Bulgaria cost only $300 for the night, followed by Bangkok, New Delhi and Beijing. Nairobi and Vilnus, Lithuania both cost $380.





A Romanian pretended to be a British tourist for a day in Bucharest

Mihai Popescu wanted to prove that the experience of a tourist in a foreign city is terrible and told everything vice.com to start this adventure with a friend who posed as Mexican.

"I was born in Bucharest and I know quite well that sucks almost everything is in this town, but I did not realize how traumatic it would be the place for a foreigner. To test, I gave British law for one day, "he revealed.

The Romanians began the Henri Coanda Airport, as any genuine tourist. Mihai Popescu ordered a taxi, confessing that it is really hard to stop taking sliver of drivers, even if you are a foreigner, "wearily repeated obsessively speakers in English and in Romanian to take taxis only by command from airport , to not take sliver. "They went with a taxi driver praised Romania all the way and told the two tourists that have nothing to visit Bucharest and you better go to drink in the Old:"If you wanted to go, you had to go through the country, to see our castles."

"We left the university not told us how we fare, but said an" all your money "joke and showed us the machine. I felt decent amount of 27 lei for a trip to Otopeni, far into the center, but it was strange that crumpled the bill immediately instead give us, "he confessed Mihai Popescu about taxi ride.



One Day in Bucharest: Travel Guide on TripAdvisor
Romania's intriguing capital city has plenty to see and do for visitors, including many charming buildings and parks throughout its center, and a revamped old ...



Further, the two tourists went to the tourist information center in the passage of the university. They asked for a map Ceausescu Palace and tried to persuade the user to buy a tour of the capital. They asked the guide how much the tourist map of Bucharest and were told that it's free. After they left, they heard the man telling him that one of his colleagues: "See me, how many d-these come around here, I make a fortune if I ask a 10-15 euro map. "


British and Mexican crossed over to the gift shop Passage University where they were ignored by the seller. Then they took the subway to Union Square and went to visit the Patriarch's Palace, where they woke up that have nothing to see, which is under construction. Employees told them to take pictures Church, but outside as "Christ's mother's funeral today, there is great celebration from us."

Disappointed that they could not see anything, the two were headed to the Constitution Square, to be photographed in front of the People's House, one of the main attractions of our country. They were not the only ones with this idea. There, they gave a lot of foreign tourists touring Europe.

"And I was not the only ones with that idea. It was full of buses coming and going. Tourists aged between 50 and 70 years, came out of the bus, shoot a few pictures of the People's House, and starters to another country more interesting, like Bulgaria or hot to him, "confessed Mihai Popescu.

What surprised them most was the boy who had duped foreign tourists with brochures for 10 euros each, which they have got free from the Tourist Information Centre"He had a colleague who was six and he carries occasionally get some more pamphlets from a car when it ends. Basically, Western retirees had gone fishing. " The two Romanian People wanted to visit the house inside, but the gendarme explained in broken English that not even allowed to approach the building.

"I still given over some of my British compatriots, who had just finished the tour. They seemed exhausted. I asked if it's worth coming to visit shit. "You like marble? Because you see more marble there. It's a typical palace of dictator, chandeliers, large and empty than Lenin, Stalin least. So much '", revealed" British tourist. "


Then the two continued their experiment to the city center, where they came across a monument that they did not know either, although Bucharest Holocaust Memorial.
"Like the British, I would have found it equally important monument to be told about this, as it would seem to me to be told about Auschwitz, I visit Poland.However, I made ​​the stupid shot possible near him, which would make it any tourist couple "told Mihai Popescu.
They continued visiting the CEC building, "the only thing in this town that made ​​me think of the Little Paris, not a Soviet vomiting". They were stopped there by a guard who did not know English, but they explained in Italian that are not allowed to visit the building than a certain amount of hours.

"We went to Old Town drink as co cab driver told us to do. There I laughed a lot romgleză panels, which locals tried to tip the foreign tourists, "revealed Mihai Popescu.

They wanted to drink at a popular restaurant in this area of ​​the capital, but have not found the free meals because they were occupied by Japanese tourists.

Mexican and Englishman ended the trip at the Military Circle, where the waiter spoke only Romanian, and concluded adventure: "The only sign-in English are to pubs, so you're completely lost, if you want to dibuieşti any historical monument the so-called capital's historic center. Ministry of Tourism rubs eagle for years, at most produce campaign travel communist tens of millions of euros to bring tourists to some places undeveloped, where there is no one to handle them and where they can not go any to corner without a guide.


These are the cheapest cities to visit
Those who want a dirt-cheap vacation should go to Bucharest, Romania, where the stay costs only $260. Mumbai and Sofia, Bulgaria cost only $300 for the night, followed by Bangkok, New Delhi and Beijing. Nairobi and Vilnus, Lithuania both cost $380.





The luxury hotel in the desert of Mongolia



The luxury hotel in the desert of Mongolia


It is located near the Chinese city Baotou, where over half of mined rare minerals Pama ¢ Ntuli.
 Desert Lotus Hotel has a position that is not within everyone's reach: nearly a thousand kilometers far from Beijing and ocean.

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Desert surfing, yoga, riding on camels

According to analysts, Mongolia is in an economic boom, due to high demand from the Chinese market, which has attracted luxury projects such as the hotel Desert Lotus.

Hidden among the sand dunes, stunning hotel has no proper foundation, but is based on a flat metal platform, filled with sand, which helps maintain the stability of the entire structure. The structure is made of "tents" white triangular, circular arranged in the shape of a lotus.

The hotel is part of a luxury resort appreciated especially by Chinese tourists, who can here desert surfing, yoga, riding camels and various other activities Mongolian cuisine. Specialists in the field say that the shape of the building reminds eco Arcostanti community, which promoted the concept of eco-friendly architecture in the 70s.

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The luxury hotel in the desert of Mongolia


It is located near the Chinese city Baotou, where over half of mined rare minerals Pama ¢ Ntuli.
 Desert Lotus Hotel has a position that is not within everyone's reach: nearly a thousand kilometers far from Beijing and ocean.

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Desert surfing, yoga, riding on camels

According to analysts, Mongolia is in an economic boom, due to high demand from the Chinese market, which has attracted luxury projects such as the hotel Desert Lotus.

Hidden among the sand dunes, stunning hotel has no proper foundation, but is based on a flat metal platform, filled with sand, which helps maintain the stability of the entire structure. The structure is made of "tents" white triangular, circular arranged in the shape of a lotus.

The hotel is part of a luxury resort appreciated especially by Chinese tourists, who can here desert surfing, yoga, riding camels and various other activities Mongolian cuisine. Specialists in the field say that the shape of the building reminds eco Arcostanti community, which promoted the concept of eco-friendly architecture in the 70s.

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How to Live It Up on Lake Como


How to Live It Up on Lake Como


Its jaw-dropping, pristine blue waters surrounded by scenic views of mountains, hills, luxurious villas and resort villages settles Lake Como as the go-to destination for all types of tourists. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, sightseeing, outdoor activities or shopping, you’ll find it all in the picturesque towns of Bellagio, Menaggio and Varenna, which surround this beautiful Italian lake.

Connectivity Convenience

Lake Como forms part of Italy’s main train network. It is very easy to reach from Milan with frequent train departures from this station. Once in the lake resort, you’ll find that most of the villages and towns around Lake Como are well connected by buses, boats and steamers – making it a good way to use public transportation to sightsee from the lake.

If you get started with making the most of Lake Como, alight at Cernobbio, which is a stopping point on the bus and ferry services, linking Como to the west side of Lake Como. Check in to the Hotel Miralago, a renowned 4-star hotel located conveniently on the shores of the Lake Como. This Lake Como Luxury Hotel serves as the perfect starting point for different trips on Lake Como, as it is located quite close to the shore of the lake and is only 4 km away from Como.

 Romance like the Stars

If you’re looking for a honeymoon getaway or a romantic laze, Hotel Miralago creates the perfect nest for you and your sweetheart to savour each other’s company. Alongside setting the scene for an unforgettable romantic holiday, the Hotel also offers magnificent views of the Lake, elegant villas and historic churches. Added to that, you can savour the scintillating flavours of the local cuisine.

Small wonder that Lake Como has be a favourite haunt for nobility and a host of celebrities over the years, including Sylvester Stallone, Madonna, Ronaldinho, Richard Branson, Gianni Versace and George Clooney, who, only recently chose Lake Como as his wedding destination.

Outdoor Activity Extravaganza

No matter the season that you visit this lake resort, you’ll be spoilt for choice on the selection of outdoor activities. If you like a leisurely holiday, you can cruise around the lake, on go fishing or camping around it in summer. For the more adventurous options, you can windsurf, mountain bike or paraglide to get your adrenalin pumping, and not forgetting skiing in the winter.

Soak in the Sights

The walled town of Como has several walking paths, as well as an excellent historic centre and lively squares with chic cafes where you can relax and take in the sights. If you are keen to see an aerial view of Como including the snow-peaked Alps, or trek along the untouched hiking trails, take the funicular or cable railway to the village of Brunate, 720m above Como.

 While there’s no dearth of villas to view in Como, make sure you visit the Villa d'Este in the village of Cernobbio on the west coast. It remains one of the most famous of Lake Como's villas. A visit to the Villa del Balbianello, in the village of Lenno, is also worth a trip as it has some unusual treasures and was used as a set for filming one of the Star Wars movies.

If you have the time, a visit to Villa Carlotta should form part of your itinerary. Located on the south of Menaggio, this elegant, 18th century villa is dotted by beautiful gardens. You can feast on the villas interior collection of original period furniture and exquisite artworks.

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Italy's third largest water body and one of Europe's deepest, Lake Como has drawn vacationers for two millennia with its lucent waters, mountain landscapes, and.







How to Live It Up on Lake Como


Its jaw-dropping, pristine blue waters surrounded by scenic views of mountains, hills, luxurious villas and resort villages settles Lake Como as the go-to destination for all types of tourists. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, sightseeing, outdoor activities or shopping, you’ll find it all in the picturesque towns of Bellagio, Menaggio and Varenna, which surround this beautiful Italian lake.

Connectivity Convenience

Lake Como forms part of Italy’s main train network. It is very easy to reach from Milan with frequent train departures from this station. Once in the lake resort, you’ll find that most of the villages and towns around Lake Como are well connected by buses, boats and steamers – making it a good way to use public transportation to sightsee from the lake.

If you get started with making the most of Lake Como, alight at Cernobbio, which is a stopping point on the bus and ferry services, linking Como to the west side of Lake Como. Check in to the Hotel Miralago, a renowned 4-star hotel located conveniently on the shores of the Lake Como. This Lake Como Luxury Hotel serves as the perfect starting point for different trips on Lake Como, as it is located quite close to the shore of the lake and is only 4 km away from Como.

 Romance like the Stars

If you’re looking for a honeymoon getaway or a romantic laze, Hotel Miralago creates the perfect nest for you and your sweetheart to savour each other’s company. Alongside setting the scene for an unforgettable romantic holiday, the Hotel also offers magnificent views of the Lake, elegant villas and historic churches. Added to that, you can savour the scintillating flavours of the local cuisine.

Small wonder that Lake Como has be a favourite haunt for nobility and a host of celebrities over the years, including Sylvester Stallone, Madonna, Ronaldinho, Richard Branson, Gianni Versace and George Clooney, who, only recently chose Lake Como as his wedding destination.

Outdoor Activity Extravaganza

No matter the season that you visit this lake resort, you’ll be spoilt for choice on the selection of outdoor activities. If you like a leisurely holiday, you can cruise around the lake, on go fishing or camping around it in summer. For the more adventurous options, you can windsurf, mountain bike or paraglide to get your adrenalin pumping, and not forgetting skiing in the winter.

Soak in the Sights

The walled town of Como has several walking paths, as well as an excellent historic centre and lively squares with chic cafes where you can relax and take in the sights. If you are keen to see an aerial view of Como including the snow-peaked Alps, or trek along the untouched hiking trails, take the funicular or cable railway to the village of Brunate, 720m above Como.

 While there’s no dearth of villas to view in Como, make sure you visit the Villa d'Este in the village of Cernobbio on the west coast. It remains one of the most famous of Lake Como's villas. A visit to the Villa del Balbianello, in the village of Lenno, is also worth a trip as it has some unusual treasures and was used as a set for filming one of the Star Wars movies.

If you have the time, a visit to Villa Carlotta should form part of your itinerary. Located on the south of Menaggio, this elegant, 18th century villa is dotted by beautiful gardens. You can feast on the villas interior collection of original period furniture and exquisite artworks.

Lake Como hotels
An insider's guide to the best hotels in Lake Como, featuring the top places to stay for al fresco dining, luxurious spas, sprawling gardens and lakeside swimming pools, near Bellagio, Tremezzina, Cernobbio and the stately homes of Villa del ...


Insider's Guide to Lake Como – Intelligent Travel
Italy's third largest water body and one of Europe's deepest, Lake Como has drawn vacationers for two millennia with its lucent waters, mountain landscapes, and.






5 unique experiences you can live if you go to Egypt!


5 unique experiences you can live if you go to Egypt!


The experience begins on the west bank of the Nile, near the city of Luxor.An air travel at 300 meters altitude, where only the wind will decide whether to see the Colossi of Memnon - two stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III - Medinet Habu temple, pharaonic necropolis of the Valley of the Kings and the Temple of Queen -faraon Hatshepsut.



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No trip to Egypt that does not include a cruise on the Nile. Besides 'Dahabeya' sail that traveled kings and aristocrats in the nineteenth century, or other watercraft, more conventional, tourists can travel discerning the 200 kilometers between Aswan and Luxor with a luxury liner as Farah. Egyptian cotton sheets has crafted, wooden furniture, telescope, sauna.

For almost 1,500 years, St. Catherine's monastery-fortress, located a few kilometers from the health resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on the Red Sea, guards the gates to Mount Sinai. According to biblical tradition, on this mountain called Jebel Musa, they have been given to Moses Tablets of the Law with the Ten Commandments.

An impressive stone staircase cut into the lead at the monastery, which houses the Orthodox monks, to the highest peak of this desert landscape.Numerous groups of tourists climbed Christians to pray.

Red Sea reefs hiding more than 400 types of coral, sunken ships, caves and abundant marine fauna so varied that sinking feeling in those waters provides entry into a fabulous world, full of life and color. No wonder it has become a sacred place for divers from all over the planet.

For those who want to live this experience, the best would be to install on any hotel in Hurghada or Sharm el-Sheikh, to make excursions, to enjoy the beach and, in passing, to make diving. Or, for nerds, to reserve a place on a cruise ship which sails every day to a different diving area.

Egypt offers the opportunity to spend a quiet night under the starry sky near Desert Dunes West, after the experience of being a witness of the surprising colors spread the sunset. Tourists have the opportunity to drive ATVs through the dunes to attend the safari, camel to go and even surfing on the dunes near Al Kataniah in Cairo.

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5 unique experiences you can live if you go to Egypt!


The experience begins on the west bank of the Nile, near the city of Luxor.An air travel at 300 meters altitude, where only the wind will decide whether to see the Colossi of Memnon - two stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III - Medinet Habu temple, pharaonic necropolis of the Valley of the Kings and the Temple of Queen -faraon Hatshepsut.



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No trip to Egypt that does not include a cruise on the Nile. Besides 'Dahabeya' sail that traveled kings and aristocrats in the nineteenth century, or other watercraft, more conventional, tourists can travel discerning the 200 kilometers between Aswan and Luxor with a luxury liner as Farah. Egyptian cotton sheets has crafted, wooden furniture, telescope, sauna.

For almost 1,500 years, St. Catherine's monastery-fortress, located a few kilometers from the health resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on the Red Sea, guards the gates to Mount Sinai. According to biblical tradition, on this mountain called Jebel Musa, they have been given to Moses Tablets of the Law with the Ten Commandments.

An impressive stone staircase cut into the lead at the monastery, which houses the Orthodox monks, to the highest peak of this desert landscape.Numerous groups of tourists climbed Christians to pray.

Red Sea reefs hiding more than 400 types of coral, sunken ships, caves and abundant marine fauna so varied that sinking feeling in those waters provides entry into a fabulous world, full of life and color. No wonder it has become a sacred place for divers from all over the planet.

For those who want to live this experience, the best would be to install on any hotel in Hurghada or Sharm el-Sheikh, to make excursions, to enjoy the beach and, in passing, to make diving. Or, for nerds, to reserve a place on a cruise ship which sails every day to a different diving area.

Egypt offers the opportunity to spend a quiet night under the starry sky near Desert Dunes West, after the experience of being a witness of the surprising colors spread the sunset. Tourists have the opportunity to drive ATVs through the dunes to attend the safari, camel to go and even surfing on the dunes near Al Kataniah in Cairo.

Bespoke Tours to Egypt Experiences | Little Pharaoh Tours
Bespoke Tours to Egypt Experiences. Pyramids. Are you keen to embark upon a serious, non-tourist-orientated tour of Egypt? Then Little Pharaoh Tours could be for you. Little Pharaoh Tours offer educational and informative tours of Egypt ...




Top 10 things that tourists can do in Bucharest


Top 10 things that tourists can do in Bucharest


Parliament House, National Museum of the Romanian Peasant and old churches are among the places that should be visited in Bucharest, according to recommendations made by the American magazine National Geographic Traveler.



Are there any tourist traps to avoid in Bucharest and why? - Quora
Taxis: always ask them to put the meter on and do not accept otherwise; look at the price per km, which is written on the exterior of the door. Now, in Sept. 2014 ...

National Geographic Traveler has made a top 10 of things that tourists can do in Bucharest. In this list are included visits to museums and emblematic buildings of the capital, and tasting of traditional Romanian dishes.

Thus, visiting Parliament House is one of the attractions of the National Geographic recommends arriving in Bucharest.

Another recommendation for visitors Bucharest is to walk through the city to see the architecture of buildings and beauty parks. An example of this is Cişmigiu Park, located in downtown. It is also recommended a walk on Kiseleff, where you can admire old villas, Arc de Triomphe and Herastrau.

No Romanian cuisine is not forgotten. Sarmalele with polenta should not be missed by those visiting Bucharest. In this regard, examples are given premises Caru 'cu Bere and Tears and Saints, where you can taste traditional Romanian cuisine.

Also, visitors are invited to discover and Romania's rural traditions. Leaving aside the crowded boulevards of Bucharest, visitors can discover the rural traditions of our country with a visit to the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, shown on the website National Geographic Traveler.


Another thing to be done by visitors Bucharest is "to show ful" for Vlad Tepes. Although Vlad Tepes is associated more with the Transylvania region, those who know the story of Dracula in Bram Stoker's book can go to visit the monastery situated 40 kilometers from Bucharest, which is the island located in the northern part of Lake Snagov, where supposed to have been the tomb of Vlad Tepes. Although it turned out that it was not buried here, Snagov is a good place for an outing, says National Geographic Traveler.



No contemporary art should not be missed by visitors Bucharest, believes the National Geographic Traveler. Initially, interest in this type of art has shown a group of painters and visual artists from Cluj-Napoca, but many of their works were brought to the capital, with the opening of new galleries. The galleries that recommends the National Geographic are Zorzin Gallery, Gallery and Anaid H'art. Also Galateca gallery, opposite the National Art Muzelle, specializes in cutting-edge design and should not be avoided.

Premises of blocks that sounds "buzz" conversations trees are among the attractions of Bucharest.Outdoor cafes and bars have multiplied in recent years. "The library would have Cărtureşti Verona trend with back garden," says National Geographic Traveler. The OAR Garden Palace Ştirbei Eden Garden are some of the places that should be visited.

However, you should visit old churches, whose architecture could impress. In this sense, are mentioned Stavropoleos Church, the Church Lady, Antim Church and the Church of the Holy Apostles.

No fun should not be ignored, so visitors are invited to walk in the Old Capital, such as bike bars, La Muse, Mojo.

Those who visit Bucharest should know and where he "wrote" recent history. 25 years ago, the former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were removed from the leadership of Romania and killed after a revolt. At that time, thousands of people died and many battles were given in Revolution Square. A closer look at many of the buildings in the area "gateway" bullets still signs of the time, in reports National Geographic Traveler.

National Geographic Traveler magazine is a tourist profile published by the National Geographic Society in the United States. The magazine was launched in 1984 and has several international editions.

Bucharest campaign for European Capital of Culture 2021


The second part of the trilogy "Memory Bucharest | Exploration | Imagining the City" program platform launches candidacy for the title of European Capital of Culture 2021.
Bucharest is not a city that is revealed in the first. In "Exploring the City", the public is invited to go over gray coating of Bucharest and rewrite urban maze, through a series of events hosted by Gabroveni, European Cultural Center of the Capital, and partner events and specific measures to be carry along and across the city, AFP informs a release.

Bucharest - Wikipedia
Bucharest is the capital and largest city of Romania, as well as its cultural, industrial, and financial centre. It is located in the southeast of the country, ...

From University Square to the neighborhoods, the city lives in a special way - vibrant, creative, dual, anachronistic. Each week, cultural figures and ordinary people draws local cultural landmarks in "Intersections Wednesday" at 18.30 at Gabroveni and workshops addressing urban education, on the meaning of those small issues that concern people Large, public space in urban communities, the cultural contribution of the new generation peripheries role, Bucharest magic secret from the opportunity to develop their creative potential and become a green city.

"Bucharest offers inspiration that often overlook them. For starters, come between May 16 to 24 at Gabroveni, which houses the Romanian Central Exhibition Design Week, the most important event that brings together design in Romania this year over 150 works of architecture, fashion, graphic design, lifestyle and product design. Then, over the summer, we offer you to become a tourist in your own town, through a series of unprecedented events, "reads the quote .

Thus, between 4 and 7 June occurs Street Theatre Festival B-fit in the Street, between June 12 to 14, Street Delivery will take place between 16 and 21 June, Urban Fest will be held from 19 - June 28, will be held Bucharest Music & Film Festival and, from 1-5 July, the Bucharest Jazz Festival will take place.

However, the Gabroveni, several events will take place. Thus, between 16 and 24 May - Romanian Design Week, exhibition centers, 20, 27, 3, 10, 17, June 24, 1, 8, July 15 - "Intersections Wednesday" on June 5 - Conference organized by Komunitas Association, between June 5 to 7 - sound walks alongside Maria Balabaş, June 19 - Night of Cultural Institutes in Gabroveni, between 24 to 28 June - dance workshop and Urban exploration with Cosmin Manolescu, June 30 July 5 - Bucharest Jazz Festival - related events and between 3 to 15 July - Exhibition Ion Bârlădeanu & Carmen Vidu.
More information is available on the website http://www.bucuresti2021.ro , and on social networks Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

European Capital Of Culture
The European Capital of Culture is a city characterized by the European Union for an interval of one year by which it's given a possibility to showcase its ethnic life and ethnic growth. Numerous European cities used the City of Culture to transform entirely their cultural foundation and, in doing so, the way they're viewed globally. History - Conceived as a way of bring citizens of European Union closer together, also the European City of Culture was established on June 13, 1985 by also the Council of Ministers on also the initiative of also the Greek Minister of Culture Melina Mercouri.
Since that time, the initiative was increasingly successful among European citizens and had a growing ethnic and socio economic impact on the several visitors it is attracted. The European Cities of Culture were characterized on an intergovernmental basis until 2004, also the Member States unanimously chosen the cities more prone to host the event And also the European Commission granted a subsidy to also the chosen city every year. As of 2005, the EUs associations will participate in the cities that will host the event's selection procedure. The Cultural Month the Ministers of Culture established. This case is similar to also the European City of Culture, but goes on for a shorter interval and is treated to Central and Eastern European countries especially.

The European Commission grants a subsidy for also the European Cultural Month every year. As early as 1991, the organizers of also the different European Cities of Culture created also the Network of European Cultural Capitals and Months enabling the exchange and dissemination of info, also to also the organisers of future events. This network also carried out in 1994 a study within also the effect of also the European City of Culture since its creation. ECCM is a nonprofit organization based in Luxembourg and acts in close collaboration to also the European Institutions. Since 2006 it'll present in each cultural capital and in former ones a traveling exhibition A Journey into the World: Cultural Capitals.

The exhibition is inaugurated for the very first time in Patras, Greece on also the 27th of March 2006. Individual cities have looked to evaluate their very own experience in various ways, it isn't easy to track long term evaluations of city experiences in each case. Charles Landry of the United Kingdom based cultural consultancy Comedia has lately published an intriguing in evaluating also the Helsinki Year of Culture in 2000. Cork City, in Ireland, was also the first city in Europe to maintain the prestigious Capital of Culture title. The European Parliament along with Council Decision of May 25, 1999 incorporates this event to the Community framework and presents a brand new selection process for the Capitals for the 20052 1 9 period.

Top 10 things that tourists can do in Bucharest


Parliament House, National Museum of the Romanian Peasant and old churches are among the places that should be visited in Bucharest, according to recommendations made by the American magazine National Geographic Traveler.



Are there any tourist traps to avoid in Bucharest and why? - Quora
Taxis: always ask them to put the meter on and do not accept otherwise; look at the price per km, which is written on the exterior of the door. Now, in Sept. 2014 ...

National Geographic Traveler has made a top 10 of things that tourists can do in Bucharest. In this list are included visits to museums and emblematic buildings of the capital, and tasting of traditional Romanian dishes.

Thus, visiting Parliament House is one of the attractions of the National Geographic recommends arriving in Bucharest.

Another recommendation for visitors Bucharest is to walk through the city to see the architecture of buildings and beauty parks. An example of this is Cişmigiu Park, located in downtown. It is also recommended a walk on Kiseleff, where you can admire old villas, Arc de Triomphe and Herastrau.

No Romanian cuisine is not forgotten. Sarmalele with polenta should not be missed by those visiting Bucharest. In this regard, examples are given premises Caru 'cu Bere and Tears and Saints, where you can taste traditional Romanian cuisine.

Also, visitors are invited to discover and Romania's rural traditions. Leaving aside the crowded boulevards of Bucharest, visitors can discover the rural traditions of our country with a visit to the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, shown on the website National Geographic Traveler.


Another thing to be done by visitors Bucharest is "to show ful" for Vlad Tepes. Although Vlad Tepes is associated more with the Transylvania region, those who know the story of Dracula in Bram Stoker's book can go to visit the monastery situated 40 kilometers from Bucharest, which is the island located in the northern part of Lake Snagov, where supposed to have been the tomb of Vlad Tepes. Although it turned out that it was not buried here, Snagov is a good place for an outing, says National Geographic Traveler.



No contemporary art should not be missed by visitors Bucharest, believes the National Geographic Traveler. Initially, interest in this type of art has shown a group of painters and visual artists from Cluj-Napoca, but many of their works were brought to the capital, with the opening of new galleries. The galleries that recommends the National Geographic are Zorzin Gallery, Gallery and Anaid H'art. Also Galateca gallery, opposite the National Art Muzelle, specializes in cutting-edge design and should not be avoided.

Premises of blocks that sounds "buzz" conversations trees are among the attractions of Bucharest.Outdoor cafes and bars have multiplied in recent years. "The library would have Cărtureşti Verona trend with back garden," says National Geographic Traveler. The OAR Garden Palace Ştirbei Eden Garden are some of the places that should be visited.

However, you should visit old churches, whose architecture could impress. In this sense, are mentioned Stavropoleos Church, the Church Lady, Antim Church and the Church of the Holy Apostles.

No fun should not be ignored, so visitors are invited to walk in the Old Capital, such as bike bars, La Muse, Mojo.

Those who visit Bucharest should know and where he "wrote" recent history. 25 years ago, the former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were removed from the leadership of Romania and killed after a revolt. At that time, thousands of people died and many battles were given in Revolution Square. A closer look at many of the buildings in the area "gateway" bullets still signs of the time, in reports National Geographic Traveler.

National Geographic Traveler magazine is a tourist profile published by the National Geographic Society in the United States. The magazine was launched in 1984 and has several international editions.

Bucharest campaign for European Capital of Culture 2021


The second part of the trilogy "Memory Bucharest | Exploration | Imagining the City" program platform launches candidacy for the title of European Capital of Culture 2021.
Bucharest is not a city that is revealed in the first. In "Exploring the City", the public is invited to go over gray coating of Bucharest and rewrite urban maze, through a series of events hosted by Gabroveni, European Cultural Center of the Capital, and partner events and specific measures to be carry along and across the city, AFP informs a release.

Bucharest - Wikipedia
Bucharest is the capital and largest city of Romania, as well as its cultural, industrial, and financial centre. It is located in the southeast of the country, ...

From University Square to the neighborhoods, the city lives in a special way - vibrant, creative, dual, anachronistic. Each week, cultural figures and ordinary people draws local cultural landmarks in "Intersections Wednesday" at 18.30 at Gabroveni and workshops addressing urban education, on the meaning of those small issues that concern people Large, public space in urban communities, the cultural contribution of the new generation peripheries role, Bucharest magic secret from the opportunity to develop their creative potential and become a green city.

"Bucharest offers inspiration that often overlook them. For starters, come between May 16 to 24 at Gabroveni, which houses the Romanian Central Exhibition Design Week, the most important event that brings together design in Romania this year over 150 works of architecture, fashion, graphic design, lifestyle and product design. Then, over the summer, we offer you to become a tourist in your own town, through a series of unprecedented events, "reads the quote .

Thus, between 4 and 7 June occurs Street Theatre Festival B-fit in the Street, between June 12 to 14, Street Delivery will take place between 16 and 21 June, Urban Fest will be held from 19 - June 28, will be held Bucharest Music & Film Festival and, from 1-5 July, the Bucharest Jazz Festival will take place.

However, the Gabroveni, several events will take place. Thus, between 16 and 24 May - Romanian Design Week, exhibition centers, 20, 27, 3, 10, 17, June 24, 1, 8, July 15 - "Intersections Wednesday" on June 5 - Conference organized by Komunitas Association, between June 5 to 7 - sound walks alongside Maria Balabaş, June 19 - Night of Cultural Institutes in Gabroveni, between 24 to 28 June - dance workshop and Urban exploration with Cosmin Manolescu, June 30 July 5 - Bucharest Jazz Festival - related events and between 3 to 15 July - Exhibition Ion Bârlădeanu & Carmen Vidu.
More information is available on the website http://www.bucuresti2021.ro , and on social networks Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

European Capital Of Culture
The European Capital of Culture is a city characterized by the European Union for an interval of one year by which it's given a possibility to showcase its ethnic life and ethnic growth. Numerous European cities used the City of Culture to transform entirely their cultural foundation and, in doing so, the way they're viewed globally. History - Conceived as a way of bring citizens of European Union closer together, also the European City of Culture was established on June 13, 1985 by also the Council of Ministers on also the initiative of also the Greek Minister of Culture Melina Mercouri.
Since that time, the initiative was increasingly successful among European citizens and had a growing ethnic and socio economic impact on the several visitors it is attracted. The European Cities of Culture were characterized on an intergovernmental basis until 2004, also the Member States unanimously chosen the cities more prone to host the event And also the European Commission granted a subsidy to also the chosen city every year. As of 2005, the EUs associations will participate in the cities that will host the event's selection procedure. The Cultural Month the Ministers of Culture established. This case is similar to also the European City of Culture, but goes on for a shorter interval and is treated to Central and Eastern European countries especially.

The European Commission grants a subsidy for also the European Cultural Month every year. As early as 1991, the organizers of also the different European Cities of Culture created also the Network of European Cultural Capitals and Months enabling the exchange and dissemination of info, also to also the organisers of future events. This network also carried out in 1994 a study within also the effect of also the European City of Culture since its creation. ECCM is a nonprofit organization based in Luxembourg and acts in close collaboration to also the European Institutions. Since 2006 it'll present in each cultural capital and in former ones a traveling exhibition A Journey into the World: Cultural Capitals.

The exhibition is inaugurated for the very first time in Patras, Greece on also the 27th of March 2006. Individual cities have looked to evaluate their very own experience in various ways, it isn't easy to track long term evaluations of city experiences in each case. Charles Landry of the United Kingdom based cultural consultancy Comedia has lately published an intriguing in evaluating also the Helsinki Year of Culture in 2000. Cork City, in Ireland, was also the first city in Europe to maintain the prestigious Capital of Culture title. The European Parliament along with Council Decision of May 25, 1999 incorporates this event to the Community framework and presents a brand new selection process for the Capitals for the 20052 1 9 period.

6 myths about flying



6 myths about flying

Fed up with seeing that people believe all sorts of wonders related of flying, the pilot decided to dismantle at least some of these myths that continue to scare many and fueling fear of traveling by air.

Confessions of a Pilot: Debunking the Biggest Air Travel Myths
Commercial air travel has long been a breeding ground for myths, urban legends, and plain old misunderstandings. Most of what people think they know about flying is wrong, and certain notions just never seem to die. Below are just a few of the most ...

British driver Patrick Smith, author of "Cockpit Confidential," which also has a blog which provides interesting information about what requires work, explained in "The Independent" truth behind the most famous myths about the flight. Feces discharged planes in flight It's a myth circulating for decades, but without any real basis to have. Keeps feces tanks until the aircraft lands and then emptied of specialized personnel at the airport. The air in the plane is an infection Many people believe that an enclosed space, fairly small, such as an aircraft cabin is a real health hazard, especially since passengers may be sick. Eventually, any crowded space may be included in this category, but air ticket is surprisingly clean. Most from the outside, and the rest is recycled, but all the air is filtered through a highly efficient system. What should worry you more than the air you breathe are plane surfaces that may have been touched by people suffering from flu or other illnesses: lock the toilet, chair arms, folding table, etc.


Common Myths About Flying You Shouldn't Believe
Because the dudes on MythBusters can't spend every episode disproving outrageous claims people make about airplanes, we reached out to pilot, air travel blogger, and author of Cockpit Confidential, Patrick Smith, to help us bust 11 of the most popular ...

Plane door can be opened in flight Although security measures will be taken if anyone proceeds to pull the door handle in flight, this door has no chance to open. Not by force of arms, at least. When the plane is pressurized, the door is still blocked by huge pressure acting on the fuselage while flying at high altitude. Would require a hydraulic jack to have a chance to open, and such items are not allowed on board the plane, the pilot points out the irony. The plane can fly only when it is put on autopilot It is a myth extremely frustrating for pilots worldwide, especially since most people do not know exactly what actions can be executed autopilot system and whether Driver intervention is needed. Smith compares autopilot technology used by surgeons in the operating room: though facilitate certain actions and make them safer, far does not mean that no longer required the presence and attention of the surgeon.

5 Myths About Flying You Need To Stop Believing
Dec 14, 2015 ... It's only natural: When you're cruising at 32000 feet, your mind starts to wander. Will my cell phone cause us to crash? Where does the air in ...

A hole in the aircraft will attract everything outside aircraft It is a myth which has contributed to the popularization of Hollywood's full of action and his films. It depends primarily on the size of the hole in the plane, of which led to its formation and cabin pressurization level (depending on the altitude at which the plane is) to when such a situation arises. A hole caused by the explosion of a bomb, leading to sudden cabin depressurization can result in extraction of passengers in the plane. The good news is that in most cases depressurization takes place smoothly and the situation can be brought under control. Mobile phones interfere with the plane's electronics Smith says most likely not the case, but civil aviation authorities prefer to act in the safest way possible to exclude any kind of problem. Electronic systems of the aircraft are extremely well shielded, but if these systems are old or malfunction occurs, you may experience some problems. On the other hand, if the concern would be so great as I think some people, flight attendants would collect phones before takeoff or would inspect each passenger with more attention to ensure they do not use mobile phones, especially since many do not stop them in flight. Also, many companies allow phone use on "Flight Mode".




6 myths about flying

Fed up with seeing that people believe all sorts of wonders related of flying, the pilot decided to dismantle at least some of these myths that continue to scare many and fueling fear of traveling by air.

Confessions of a Pilot: Debunking the Biggest Air Travel Myths
Commercial air travel has long been a breeding ground for myths, urban legends, and plain old misunderstandings. Most of what people think they know about flying is wrong, and certain notions just never seem to die. Below are just a few of the most ...

British driver Patrick Smith, author of "Cockpit Confidential," which also has a blog which provides interesting information about what requires work, explained in "The Independent" truth behind the most famous myths about the flight. Feces discharged planes in flight It's a myth circulating for decades, but without any real basis to have. Keeps feces tanks until the aircraft lands and then emptied of specialized personnel at the airport. The air in the plane is an infection Many people believe that an enclosed space, fairly small, such as an aircraft cabin is a real health hazard, especially since passengers may be sick. Eventually, any crowded space may be included in this category, but air ticket is surprisingly clean. Most from the outside, and the rest is recycled, but all the air is filtered through a highly efficient system. What should worry you more than the air you breathe are plane surfaces that may have been touched by people suffering from flu or other illnesses: lock the toilet, chair arms, folding table, etc.


Common Myths About Flying You Shouldn't Believe
Because the dudes on MythBusters can't spend every episode disproving outrageous claims people make about airplanes, we reached out to pilot, air travel blogger, and author of Cockpit Confidential, Patrick Smith, to help us bust 11 of the most popular ...

Plane door can be opened in flight Although security measures will be taken if anyone proceeds to pull the door handle in flight, this door has no chance to open. Not by force of arms, at least. When the plane is pressurized, the door is still blocked by huge pressure acting on the fuselage while flying at high altitude. Would require a hydraulic jack to have a chance to open, and such items are not allowed on board the plane, the pilot points out the irony. The plane can fly only when it is put on autopilot It is a myth extremely frustrating for pilots worldwide, especially since most people do not know exactly what actions can be executed autopilot system and whether Driver intervention is needed. Smith compares autopilot technology used by surgeons in the operating room: though facilitate certain actions and make them safer, far does not mean that no longer required the presence and attention of the surgeon.

5 Myths About Flying You Need To Stop Believing
Dec 14, 2015 ... It's only natural: When you're cruising at 32000 feet, your mind starts to wander. Will my cell phone cause us to crash? Where does the air in ...

A hole in the aircraft will attract everything outside aircraft It is a myth which has contributed to the popularization of Hollywood's full of action and his films. It depends primarily on the size of the hole in the plane, of which led to its formation and cabin pressurization level (depending on the altitude at which the plane is) to when such a situation arises. A hole caused by the explosion of a bomb, leading to sudden cabin depressurization can result in extraction of passengers in the plane. The good news is that in most cases depressurization takes place smoothly and the situation can be brought under control. Mobile phones interfere with the plane's electronics Smith says most likely not the case, but civil aviation authorities prefer to act in the safest way possible to exclude any kind of problem. Electronic systems of the aircraft are extremely well shielded, but if these systems are old or malfunction occurs, you may experience some problems. On the other hand, if the concern would be so great as I think some people, flight attendants would collect phones before takeoff or would inspect each passenger with more attention to ensure they do not use mobile phones, especially since many do not stop them in flight. Also, many companies allow phone use on "Flight Mode".


A temple in India is led by 20,000 rats




A temple in India is led by 20,000 rats

As in many cultures rats are considered pests in an Indian temple 20,000 rodents are fed and revered.

Karni Mata temple dedicated to the Hindu goddess of Rajasthan, India, has become famous for his devotion to the furry creatures, where visitors are not allowed to hurt rats. In fact, measures were taken to protect rats from predators.

How One Indian Temple, Tirupati, Could Change The Global Gold Market
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In folklore there are two stories about rats which explains why they are protected and worshiped in this temple. One of them says that all the children were once born rats. In the latter, the rats were 20,000 soldiers. Whatever the story, the rats in this temple pestigios status, writes Daily Mail.


Top 30 Famous Temples in India: Tour My India
Dec 4, 2013 ... ... Raja Chola I. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Brihadeeswara temple is the largest temple in India that is situated at Thanjavur city of Tamil Nadu.


Among the thousands of rats in the temple, there are some whites considered a blessing, so visitors are encouraged to feed them.

New York  metropolitan region has more rats than people?

A record number of 24,000 complaints against rats were recorded this year in New York, where the authorities have intensified the fight against thousands of swarming rodents parks, subways and sewer.

10 Tips for Cocktailing in New York City
As the philosopher Simone de Beauvoir wrote, "There's something in the New York air that makes sleep useless." One reason for this is the effervescent cocktail culture. Cocktailing is a quintessential New York experience but can be frustrating, if not ...

Increasing the number of complaints does not mean an increase in the number of rats, the mayor underlined that assigns record numbers of new phone applications, launched in February, facilitating complaints.

Municipal Department of Health has intensified battle against rats program with a budget of 2.9 million dollars, compared to $ 400,000 previously, while the number of employees increasing from 9 to 50 people. Authorities have tested a new strategy in Manhattan and Bronx, intensifying operations eliminating the rat populations.

In October 2014, the city auditor New York, Scott Stringer denounced rat problem considering that "are too numerous and the need for a real plan of action to solve the problem."

One of these rats has recently become a celebrity on YouTube where he is trying to descend a ladder saw him pulling a slice of pizza.

Rats are almost as old as the city dating from the colonial era. What is their number? Legend has it that there are as many as New Yorkers are 8.4 million, but a statistician at the University of Columbia, Jonathan Auerbach, equaled their number at about 2 million.

The best New York City restaurant for every type of cuisine
No matter what type of food you're itching for, you can find it in New York City. As part of its 2016 restaurant-survey results, released last month, Zagat compiled a list of the best restaurants in New York City for every type of cuisine.





A temple in India is led by 20,000 rats

As in many cultures rats are considered pests in an Indian temple 20,000 rodents are fed and revered.

Karni Mata temple dedicated to the Hindu goddess of Rajasthan, India, has become famous for his devotion to the furry creatures, where visitors are not allowed to hurt rats. In fact, measures were taken to protect rats from predators.

How One Indian Temple, Tirupati, Could Change The Global Gold Market
Disclosure: I/we have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. (More...)I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ...

In folklore there are two stories about rats which explains why they are protected and worshiped in this temple. One of them says that all the children were once born rats. In the latter, the rats were 20,000 soldiers. Whatever the story, the rats in this temple pestigios status, writes Daily Mail.


Top 30 Famous Temples in India: Tour My India
Dec 4, 2013 ... ... Raja Chola I. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Brihadeeswara temple is the largest temple in India that is situated at Thanjavur city of Tamil Nadu.


Among the thousands of rats in the temple, there are some whites considered a blessing, so visitors are encouraged to feed them.

New York  metropolitan region has more rats than people?

A record number of 24,000 complaints against rats were recorded this year in New York, where the authorities have intensified the fight against thousands of swarming rodents parks, subways and sewer.

10 Tips for Cocktailing in New York City
As the philosopher Simone de Beauvoir wrote, "There's something in the New York air that makes sleep useless." One reason for this is the effervescent cocktail culture. Cocktailing is a quintessential New York experience but can be frustrating, if not ...

Increasing the number of complaints does not mean an increase in the number of rats, the mayor underlined that assigns record numbers of new phone applications, launched in February, facilitating complaints.

Municipal Department of Health has intensified battle against rats program with a budget of 2.9 million dollars, compared to $ 400,000 previously, while the number of employees increasing from 9 to 50 people. Authorities have tested a new strategy in Manhattan and Bronx, intensifying operations eliminating the rat populations.

In October 2014, the city auditor New York, Scott Stringer denounced rat problem considering that "are too numerous and the need for a real plan of action to solve the problem."

One of these rats has recently become a celebrity on YouTube where he is trying to descend a ladder saw him pulling a slice of pizza.

Rats are almost as old as the city dating from the colonial era. What is their number? Legend has it that there are as many as New Yorkers are 8.4 million, but a statistician at the University of Columbia, Jonathan Auerbach, equaled their number at about 2 million.

The best New York City restaurant for every type of cuisine
No matter what type of food you're itching for, you can find it in New York City. As part of its 2016 restaurant-survey results, released last month, Zagat compiled a list of the best restaurants in New York City for every type of cuisine.


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