The strangest cities in the world



The strangest cities in the world

The walls, doors and even the stairs in the beautiful city of Chefchaouen in Morocco are all painted in different shades of blue. One of the most credible theories is that they were painted by the Jews who lived there, the blue being a sacred color for them. The city whose inhabitants live under the same roof.

There are cities that have become known for their uniqueness. If in Alaska there is a locality where all residents live under the same roof in Longyearbyen, officially, people are not allowed to die. Every city on earth is unique in its own way, but some of them are so exciting that it is hard to believe that it really exists. Bright Side has made the list of the strangest cities on our planet, many of which are even suited as destinations for the next weekend mini-holiday.

7 STRANGEST Cities and Towns on Earth - YouTube
Jul 9, 2016 ... From a city of garbage to one with lots of little people to a town of champions... these are the 7 STRANGEST Cities and Towns on Earth.

The most evil city

Michigan, the United States of America, is considered "Hell on Earth". The name's origin is uncertain, but the city's inhabitants are happy to support their diabolical image. Tourists are pleased with countless pictures of billboards on which "Welcome to Hell" messages are written, the local souvenir shop offering for sale a meter of hell land for $ 6.66.

An oasis in which you can not die

Longyearbyen, Svalbard, is one of the northernmost settlements in the world and a place where people are not allowed to die. Although there is a cemetery in town, it has not been used in the past 70 years. The reason for this rule is given by the frozen climate, which prevents the decomposition of dead bodies, making them an attraction for wild animals. Very sick people are transported to Norway by airplane.

A city where deaths exceed the number of living

The town of Colma, California, houses 17 cemeteries. The number of deceased persons is higher than those who live with one thousand to one. This is because the authorities decided a while ago to move all the nearby cemeteries in San Francisco, with all the bodies being rebuilt here. The motto of the city: "It's great to be alive in the Colma!"

The town inside the rock

Setenil de las Bodegas in Spain is built in an enormous basalt rock. There are streets where tourists can see rocks above their heads instead of blue sky. Some of them seem to fall, but they have lasted for centuries.

The City of Aliens

It is said that in 1947, a UFO collapsed near the town of Roswell, New Mexico. The only thing that is really true is that it was a matter of great debate. That's how Roswell became known as the "Alien City." Here festivals are organized with this theme, even the local McDonald's being decorated with humanoid images.

The brightest city

The walls, doors and even the stairs in the beautiful city of Chefchaouen in Morocco are all painted in different shades of blue. One of the most credible theories is that they were painted by the Jews who lived there, the blue being a sacred color for them.

The city whose inhabitants live under the same roof

The entire depop from Whittier, Alaska, lives in a 14-storey building belonging to a former military unit. It houses all the city's shops, a police station, a hospital and a church. The goal was to save heating because the weather is cold and the wind blows almost all year round. The population of the city is about 220 people.

A city in the cave

Southern Matmata in Tunisia is a city where many of the beriberi residents choose to stay in cave-dwelling homes. Although surface houses were built in the 1970s, many locals prefer to preserve tradition.

The last free oasis in America

Slab City is a Californian city populated mainly by retirees and street people. They live in trailers and improvised barns, without water, electricity or exact addresses. There are also no public utilities, taxes or rents. All this is not a problem for the inhabitants, many of whom find it a comfortable place. Slabbers is known as "The Last Free City of America".




The strangest cities in the world

The walls, doors and even the stairs in the beautiful city of Chefchaouen in Morocco are all painted in different shades of blue. One of the most credible theories is that they were painted by the Jews who lived there, the blue being a sacred color for them. The city whose inhabitants live under the same roof.

There are cities that have become known for their uniqueness. If in Alaska there is a locality where all residents live under the same roof in Longyearbyen, officially, people are not allowed to die. Every city on earth is unique in its own way, but some of them are so exciting that it is hard to believe that it really exists. Bright Side has made the list of the strangest cities on our planet, many of which are even suited as destinations for the next weekend mini-holiday.

7 STRANGEST Cities and Towns on Earth - YouTube
Jul 9, 2016 ... From a city of garbage to one with lots of little people to a town of champions... these are the 7 STRANGEST Cities and Towns on Earth.

The most evil city

Michigan, the United States of America, is considered "Hell on Earth". The name's origin is uncertain, but the city's inhabitants are happy to support their diabolical image. Tourists are pleased with countless pictures of billboards on which "Welcome to Hell" messages are written, the local souvenir shop offering for sale a meter of hell land for $ 6.66.

An oasis in which you can not die

Longyearbyen, Svalbard, is one of the northernmost settlements in the world and a place where people are not allowed to die. Although there is a cemetery in town, it has not been used in the past 70 years. The reason for this rule is given by the frozen climate, which prevents the decomposition of dead bodies, making them an attraction for wild animals. Very sick people are transported to Norway by airplane.

A city where deaths exceed the number of living

The town of Colma, California, houses 17 cemeteries. The number of deceased persons is higher than those who live with one thousand to one. This is because the authorities decided a while ago to move all the nearby cemeteries in San Francisco, with all the bodies being rebuilt here. The motto of the city: "It's great to be alive in the Colma!"

The town inside the rock

Setenil de las Bodegas in Spain is built in an enormous basalt rock. There are streets where tourists can see rocks above their heads instead of blue sky. Some of them seem to fall, but they have lasted for centuries.

The City of Aliens

It is said that in 1947, a UFO collapsed near the town of Roswell, New Mexico. The only thing that is really true is that it was a matter of great debate. That's how Roswell became known as the "Alien City." Here festivals are organized with this theme, even the local McDonald's being decorated with humanoid images.

The brightest city

The walls, doors and even the stairs in the beautiful city of Chefchaouen in Morocco are all painted in different shades of blue. One of the most credible theories is that they were painted by the Jews who lived there, the blue being a sacred color for them.

The city whose inhabitants live under the same roof

The entire depop from Whittier, Alaska, lives in a 14-storey building belonging to a former military unit. It houses all the city's shops, a police station, a hospital and a church. The goal was to save heating because the weather is cold and the wind blows almost all year round. The population of the city is about 220 people.

A city in the cave

Southern Matmata in Tunisia is a city where many of the beriberi residents choose to stay in cave-dwelling homes. Although surface houses were built in the 1970s, many locals prefer to preserve tradition.

The last free oasis in America

Slab City is a Californian city populated mainly by retirees and street people. They live in trailers and improvised barns, without water, electricity or exact addresses. There are also no public utilities, taxes or rents. All this is not a problem for the inhabitants, many of whom find it a comfortable place. Slabbers is known as "The Last Free City of America".


Argentina honeymoon: best experiences


Argentina honeymoon: best experiences

Planning a honeymoon can be something fun, entertaining, and challenging at the same time, particularly if the chosen destination is a remote place, on the other side of the world. Most couples are concerned about how to find a convenient balance between “visiting the highlights” and doing something special.

The top argentina tourist attractions require you to be in the country for over a month, which is usually too much. Therefore, it is very helpful to get to know the places and activities that match with your travel style, especially if it’s a honeymoon.  

Even though there are unlimited travel styles, you can get inspired and build some travel ideas around the following experiences, making the best out of your trip:  


Many people see their honeymoon as the perfect chance to enjoy the privileges that come along with the high-end itineraries: comfort, relaxation, and personalized attention.  Unique experiences with a high level of lifestyle.

Helicopter: Ushuaia, Iguazu Falls & Tigre Delta from the sky

Witnessing the largest waterfalls in the world with views over the superb Devils Throat is an amazing spectacle for a honeymoon.

Furthermore, at the very end of the world, in Ushuaia, there are a lot of flight itineraries: from flying over the Andean Cordillera—the only place where you can cross it, from west to east, to heli-skiing through slopes of virgin snow. The lakes, mountains and forests combined with the city and the Beagle Channel behind will give your honeymoon a unique ingredient.

The Tigre Delta in Buenos Aires is one of the largest deltas in the world. Navigating through the channels is nice, but looking at them from above can be even better!     

An all-inclusive honeymoon in Argentina:  

The concept of an all-inclusive honeymoon in Argentina is quite different from the rest of the world. Here, the experiences outside the hotel are usually more important than those inside the building.  

Nevertheless, there is a group of selected hotels that have learned how to surprise their guests to create the same impact: if they are outside, they can be amazed by the beauty of a Glacier, and if they are inside, they are taken care of like anywhere else.  The EOLO Hotel in El Calafate is a great sample of where to stay during your honeymoon.

Cruises:  Glacier Perito Moreno and Chilean Fjords

Navigating the Fjords at the End of the World from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas, or getting delighted by a lunch gourmet in front of a Glacier are just some of the highlights that you can live during your honeymoon in Patagonia. They only last 3-4 days for the Fjords, and 2-3 days for the option in El Calafate. Therefore, it’s very easy to combine it with other experiences in Argentina.

Argentina honeymoon : Romantic couples

Those who want to live a romantic and epic honeymoon in Argentina shouldn’t miss the sunsets at any Estancia or the chance to contemplate the dawn from a balloon.

Buenos Aires, Salta, and Atacama (Chile) are three different sceneries where you can witness the dawn from a hot-air balloon.  This is awesome, not only for a honeymoon, but also for any other kind of trip. Regarding the Estancias, those in Cafayate (Salta), El Calafate, Mendoza, and Ibera Wetlands are particularly special if you want to see unforgettable sunsets.

Argentina Honeymoon: Foodies!

There is an expression in Argentina that says: “panza llena, corazón content” (that can be translated as “full belly, happy heart”).  With good food, your honeymoon and all the other aspects of your trip are going to be all right.

Buenos Aires has been named the Gastronomic Capital for Ibero-America in 2017. Therefore, it is a must to stay there at least 5 days to figure out why.  In Ushuaia, the black hake and the spider crab are the typical treats. The black hake breeds in the deep and cold waters of Le Maire strait, storing thick layers of fat that give the fish a special flavor.
Mendoza is the land of the best Malbec in the world. You can even create your own wine! The wine lodges surrounded by vineyards are the unbeatable choices for accommodation for a honeymoon.  Cafayate, in Salta, is also a wine region, but for the Torrontes (white) type.  The gastronomic options in Salta and the Northwest of Argentina are influenced by the colonial and Pre-Columain cuisines.

The patagonic lamb in El Calafate, the chocolates in Bariloche, the fish in Ibera Wetlands, the empanadas in Tucuman… The list of flavors you can taste during your honeymoon is as long as the food you want to try.  It’s also important to mention that the options for veggies are better and better because many people are choosing this way of life.  

Argentina honeymoon:  Wildlife lovers  

Peninsula Valdes in Southern Patagonia is a sanctuary for ocean wild life in Argentina. Every year, thousands of penguins come to this region to share the territory with Southern Right Whales, Orcas,  Elephant Seals, Dolphins, Foxes, Rheas, Maras, Armadillos and an uncountable list of birds and other species. One of the best activities during your honeymoon is snorkeling with sea lions.

Esteros del Ibera (wetlands) is known as the Argentine Pantanal due to its similarities with the fauna and flora of Pantanal, in Brazil.  Lots of caimans and capybaras gather around the lagoon together with very singular birds and other species.  

Argentina honeymoon:  Trekking and Adventure

Definitively, this is the honeymoon for active travelers. It’s highly recommended to consider the chance of exploring the trekking trails in Torres del Paine (Chile) and El Chalten (Argentina, Fitz Roy Trek). Both places are not far from each other and the variety of landscapes is so big that it is impossible to get bored.

Glaciers, rivers, lagoons, forests, hundreds of amazing views will delight you at every step. Highlights:  Mount Fitz Roy, Cerro Torre, W Trek, the Horns, and the Towers. You can easily combine them with the Glacier Perito Moreno to live a memorable honeymoon!



Argentina honeymoon: best experiences

Planning a honeymoon can be something fun, entertaining, and challenging at the same time, particularly if the chosen destination is a remote place, on the other side of the world. Most couples are concerned about how to find a convenient balance between “visiting the highlights” and doing something special.

The top argentina tourist attractions require you to be in the country for over a month, which is usually too much. Therefore, it is very helpful to get to know the places and activities that match with your travel style, especially if it’s a honeymoon.  

Even though there are unlimited travel styles, you can get inspired and build some travel ideas around the following experiences, making the best out of your trip:  


Many people see their honeymoon as the perfect chance to enjoy the privileges that come along with the high-end itineraries: comfort, relaxation, and personalized attention.  Unique experiences with a high level of lifestyle.

Helicopter: Ushuaia, Iguazu Falls & Tigre Delta from the sky

Witnessing the largest waterfalls in the world with views over the superb Devils Throat is an amazing spectacle for a honeymoon.

Furthermore, at the very end of the world, in Ushuaia, there are a lot of flight itineraries: from flying over the Andean Cordillera—the only place where you can cross it, from west to east, to heli-skiing through slopes of virgin snow. The lakes, mountains and forests combined with the city and the Beagle Channel behind will give your honeymoon a unique ingredient.

The Tigre Delta in Buenos Aires is one of the largest deltas in the world. Navigating through the channels is nice, but looking at them from above can be even better!     

An all-inclusive honeymoon in Argentina:  

The concept of an all-inclusive honeymoon in Argentina is quite different from the rest of the world. Here, the experiences outside the hotel are usually more important than those inside the building.  

Nevertheless, there is a group of selected hotels that have learned how to surprise their guests to create the same impact: if they are outside, they can be amazed by the beauty of a Glacier, and if they are inside, they are taken care of like anywhere else.  The EOLO Hotel in El Calafate is a great sample of where to stay during your honeymoon.

Cruises:  Glacier Perito Moreno and Chilean Fjords

Navigating the Fjords at the End of the World from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas, or getting delighted by a lunch gourmet in front of a Glacier are just some of the highlights that you can live during your honeymoon in Patagonia. They only last 3-4 days for the Fjords, and 2-3 days for the option in El Calafate. Therefore, it’s very easy to combine it with other experiences in Argentina.

Argentina honeymoon : Romantic couples

Those who want to live a romantic and epic honeymoon in Argentina shouldn’t miss the sunsets at any Estancia or the chance to contemplate the dawn from a balloon.

Buenos Aires, Salta, and Atacama (Chile) are three different sceneries where you can witness the dawn from a hot-air balloon.  This is awesome, not only for a honeymoon, but also for any other kind of trip. Regarding the Estancias, those in Cafayate (Salta), El Calafate, Mendoza, and Ibera Wetlands are particularly special if you want to see unforgettable sunsets.

Argentina Honeymoon: Foodies!

There is an expression in Argentina that says: “panza llena, corazón content” (that can be translated as “full belly, happy heart”).  With good food, your honeymoon and all the other aspects of your trip are going to be all right.

Buenos Aires has been named the Gastronomic Capital for Ibero-America in 2017. Therefore, it is a must to stay there at least 5 days to figure out why.  In Ushuaia, the black hake and the spider crab are the typical treats. The black hake breeds in the deep and cold waters of Le Maire strait, storing thick layers of fat that give the fish a special flavor.
Mendoza is the land of the best Malbec in the world. You can even create your own wine! The wine lodges surrounded by vineyards are the unbeatable choices for accommodation for a honeymoon.  Cafayate, in Salta, is also a wine region, but for the Torrontes (white) type.  The gastronomic options in Salta and the Northwest of Argentina are influenced by the colonial and Pre-Columain cuisines.

The patagonic lamb in El Calafate, the chocolates in Bariloche, the fish in Ibera Wetlands, the empanadas in Tucuman… The list of flavors you can taste during your honeymoon is as long as the food you want to try.  It’s also important to mention that the options for veggies are better and better because many people are choosing this way of life.  

Argentina honeymoon:  Wildlife lovers  

Peninsula Valdes in Southern Patagonia is a sanctuary for ocean wild life in Argentina. Every year, thousands of penguins come to this region to share the territory with Southern Right Whales, Orcas,  Elephant Seals, Dolphins, Foxes, Rheas, Maras, Armadillos and an uncountable list of birds and other species. One of the best activities during your honeymoon is snorkeling with sea lions.

Esteros del Ibera (wetlands) is known as the Argentine Pantanal due to its similarities with the fauna and flora of Pantanal, in Brazil.  Lots of caimans and capybaras gather around the lagoon together with very singular birds and other species.  

Argentina honeymoon:  Trekking and Adventure

Definitively, this is the honeymoon for active travelers. It’s highly recommended to consider the chance of exploring the trekking trails in Torres del Paine (Chile) and El Chalten (Argentina, Fitz Roy Trek). Both places are not far from each other and the variety of landscapes is so big that it is impossible to get bored.

Glaciers, rivers, lagoons, forests, hundreds of amazing views will delight you at every step. Highlights:  Mount Fitz Roy, Cerro Torre, W Trek, the Horns, and the Towers. You can easily combine them with the Glacier Perito Moreno to live a memorable honeymoon!


German and Polish hotel brands want to enter the Romanian market



German and Polish hotel brands want to enter the Romanian market
New hotel brands are preparing to enter the next year on the Romanian market, through rental or partnership agreements with real estate developers, as an alternative to management or franchise agreements, according to Colliers International real estate consultancy company.

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New entrants can help revive the local hotel market and give real estate developers the opportunity to diversify their portfolios, according to Colliers consultants.

"Although the hospitality industry in the capital has steadily increased both in terms of occupancy and average room prices over the past three years, according to market analyzes by Colliers International, few new projects have been opened. This was caused by the desire of strong brands to extend exclusively through management contracts or franchises with developers. These contracts are perceived by developers as less predictable in terms of cash-flow generated and therefore more risky, "says Colliers.

Recently, however, German, Austrian and Polish young brands, which have already covered the hotel's home market, have begun to look for opportunities to expand to emerging markets in South East Europe. On the Romanian market, such brands have started discussions with real estate developers, even proposing the co-financing of projects. This is especially true for developers who already have industry experience or who have enough land to want to diversify their portfolio through development or rental partnership contracts.

"There is currently a gap between the desire to expand brands and the low appetite of developers for hotel properties. Taking into account the new trends, we expect that this gap will gradually decrease, which will favor the entry of new players, the development of new projects and, consequently, the re-launch of the hotel market, "said Raluca Buciuc, associate director of valuation Services and hospitality advisory services at Colliers International.

In Bucharest, the areas favorable to such projects are the Old Center, Floreasca-Barbu Văcărescu or Victoriei Calea. The Old Center offers the advantage of old buildings that can be reconverted, while Calea Victoriei still has available land, but at a high price. In turn, the Floreasca-Barbu Vacarescu area attracts both its consolidation as a major office block of the capital and the possibility of acquiring land available for development at prices still feasible.

"From a cost point of view, hotel brands' choice to rent buildings in such areas is cost-effective. For a hotel, the rent equals about 20% of the turnover and may be similar to that paid by tenants in office buildings, "said Raluca Buciuc.

The number of tourists in Bucharest experienced an advance of 63% over the last 5 years, and the occupancy rate of hotels, especially four and five stars, reached an average of about 75%. "The development of the main office poles continues to influence the potential of the hotel industry in the context of the construction of a new affiliate Mariott Courtyard in the Floreasca-Barbu Vacarescu area this year," according to Colliers consultants.











German and Polish hotel brands want to enter the Romanian market
New hotel brands are preparing to enter the next year on the Romanian market, through rental or partnership agreements with real estate developers, as an alternative to management or franchise agreements, according to Colliers International real estate consultancy company.

List of chained-brand hotels - Wikipedia
This is the list of chained-brand hotels around the world. This is a listing of some of the major hotel brands worldwide. The hotel groups may directly own the ...

New entrants can help revive the local hotel market and give real estate developers the opportunity to diversify their portfolios, according to Colliers consultants.

"Although the hospitality industry in the capital has steadily increased both in terms of occupancy and average room prices over the past three years, according to market analyzes by Colliers International, few new projects have been opened. This was caused by the desire of strong brands to extend exclusively through management contracts or franchises with developers. These contracts are perceived by developers as less predictable in terms of cash-flow generated and therefore more risky, "says Colliers.

Recently, however, German, Austrian and Polish young brands, which have already covered the hotel's home market, have begun to look for opportunities to expand to emerging markets in South East Europe. On the Romanian market, such brands have started discussions with real estate developers, even proposing the co-financing of projects. This is especially true for developers who already have industry experience or who have enough land to want to diversify their portfolio through development or rental partnership contracts.

"There is currently a gap between the desire to expand brands and the low appetite of developers for hotel properties. Taking into account the new trends, we expect that this gap will gradually decrease, which will favor the entry of new players, the development of new projects and, consequently, the re-launch of the hotel market, "said Raluca Buciuc, associate director of valuation Services and hospitality advisory services at Colliers International.

In Bucharest, the areas favorable to such projects are the Old Center, Floreasca-Barbu Văcărescu or Victoriei Calea. The Old Center offers the advantage of old buildings that can be reconverted, while Calea Victoriei still has available land, but at a high price. In turn, the Floreasca-Barbu Vacarescu area attracts both its consolidation as a major office block of the capital and the possibility of acquiring land available for development at prices still feasible.

"From a cost point of view, hotel brands' choice to rent buildings in such areas is cost-effective. For a hotel, the rent equals about 20% of the turnover and may be similar to that paid by tenants in office buildings, "said Raluca Buciuc.

The number of tourists in Bucharest experienced an advance of 63% over the last 5 years, and the occupancy rate of hotels, especially four and five stars, reached an average of about 75%. "The development of the main office poles continues to influence the potential of the hotel industry in the context of the construction of a new affiliate Mariott Courtyard in the Floreasca-Barbu Vacarescu area this year," according to Colliers consultants.









Extremely beautiful holiday destinations that tourists destroy



Tourism can be extremely beneficial to stimulating the economy, but in some cases it also creates problems because some areas are simply not prepared to cope with the huge wave of visitors or their negligence.

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In some cases, the intense promotion of landscapes on the social platforms has excited the interest of tourists and, implicitly, has stimulated local economies, while in other situations it has created many problems for countries and cities that can not yet cope with a large influx of tourists. Business Insider has compiled a list of superb destinations that were ruined by tourists. Iceland In recent years, this island nation has seen a dramatic increase in the number of tourists, and one of the reasons is even "Game of Thrones." Many people travel to Iceland only to take pictures in the midst of the landscapes captured in the HBO series. This, combined with cheap flights and highly efficient marketing campaigns, has made Iceland an extremely popular holiday destination. The number of tourists almost doubled between 2011-2015, according to the Icelandic Tourism Council, currently up to one million. Last year, the number of Americans who visited the country exceeded the Icelandic population.

Local politicians are dissatisfied, comparing the country with Disneyland. In addition to the impetus needed for the post-recession economy, there are also less positive aspects: prices have risen, becoming inaccessible to citizens, and infrastructure is giving up pressure. Locals also complain that tourists are destroying the fragile ecosystem, trampling on untouched sites so far and leaving a lot of misery behind. Cuba According to the Tourism Ministry of Cuba, four million people visited Cuba in 2016, a 13% increase over the previous year. Tourist growth was not without negative consequences for the country's inhabitants: lack of food, the basic food being completely inaccessible to local people. Local hotels and restaurants buy bulk supplies for guests, increasing prices and stopping limited amounts for citizens. The situation has reached the table of the Cuban government that has set some price limits to make them more accessible to residents, but this has only encouraged traders to sell their products on the black market, according to The New York Times .

New Zealand

Gorgeous landscapes have been used as decoration for movies such as "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit". Tourism is a crucial component of the economy, contributing annually to GDP by 9.7 billion dollars and accounting for 7.5% of the workforce. However, residents complain that tourists do not respect the environment at all and camp everywhere, leaving behind garbage, and the country does not have the necessary infrastructure to handle garbage and human waste. Also, hotels are overcrowded, parking places are insurmountable, as are public toilets.

Tulum, Mexico

The beach town has quickly moved from a quiet paradise to a celebrity center. According to a Newsweek survey, the city has struggled to keep pace with rising popularity, but local hotels have polluted the ecosystem and discharged domestic waters into nearby rivers. A local activist described the situation as "a clock bomb", explaining that there are not enough efficient processes to deal with waste that is thrown in the middle of the locality.

Machu Pichu, Peru

Machu Picchu has a limit of 2,500 visitors per day, set by Peru and Unesco. However, the number of tourists continues to be a problem. In 2015, nearly 1.3 million people visited the site, and this left its mark on ancient ruins, and the government was forced to develop a new plan to reduce the number of tourists. In the new project, which will be implemented in 2019, tourists will be required to be accompanied by guides, to step only on special routes and have a limited time to visit the site. Santorini, Greece The island of Santorini is known for white houses on the hills and overlooking the sea. They have now become an ideal place for investors and bloggers specializing in tourism. In 2015, a record number of cruise ships was recorded, with 10,000 people visiting the area in one. This summer, authorities have set a limit of 8,000 tourists per day.

Pig Beach, Bahamas

A group of wild pigs have populated the island of the Bahamas and have recently become a major tourist attraction. Even Donald Trump Jr. has posted on Instagram a picture of it appearing near such an animal. Earlier this year, however, seven of the pigs were found dead, and the original reports claimed that the animals received food and alcohol from the tourists. National Geographic later reported that the death of pigs was most likely caused by sand, but tourists are also not to blame. An inspector of the Bahamas Humane Society claimed that pigs became dependent on snacks offered by tourists to such an extent that their lifestyle was completely affected.


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Tourism can be extremely beneficial to stimulating the economy, but in some cases it also creates problems because some areas are simply not prepared to cope with the huge wave of visitors or their negligence.

Europe's 15 Most Beautiful Holiday Destinations For 2015
Oct 19, 2016 ... 2015 is set to be a big year for travel in Europe, with solar eclipses, cultural festivals and TV shows alike drawing holidaymakers to some of the ...

In some cases, the intense promotion of landscapes on the social platforms has excited the interest of tourists and, implicitly, has stimulated local economies, while in other situations it has created many problems for countries and cities that can not yet cope with a large influx of tourists. Business Insider has compiled a list of superb destinations that were ruined by tourists. Iceland In recent years, this island nation has seen a dramatic increase in the number of tourists, and one of the reasons is even "Game of Thrones." Many people travel to Iceland only to take pictures in the midst of the landscapes captured in the HBO series. This, combined with cheap flights and highly efficient marketing campaigns, has made Iceland an extremely popular holiday destination. The number of tourists almost doubled between 2011-2015, according to the Icelandic Tourism Council, currently up to one million. Last year, the number of Americans who visited the country exceeded the Icelandic population.

Local politicians are dissatisfied, comparing the country with Disneyland. In addition to the impetus needed for the post-recession economy, there are also less positive aspects: prices have risen, becoming inaccessible to citizens, and infrastructure is giving up pressure. Locals also complain that tourists are destroying the fragile ecosystem, trampling on untouched sites so far and leaving a lot of misery behind. Cuba According to the Tourism Ministry of Cuba, four million people visited Cuba in 2016, a 13% increase over the previous year. Tourist growth was not without negative consequences for the country's inhabitants: lack of food, the basic food being completely inaccessible to local people. Local hotels and restaurants buy bulk supplies for guests, increasing prices and stopping limited amounts for citizens. The situation has reached the table of the Cuban government that has set some price limits to make them more accessible to residents, but this has only encouraged traders to sell their products on the black market, according to The New York Times .

New Zealand

Gorgeous landscapes have been used as decoration for movies such as "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit". Tourism is a crucial component of the economy, contributing annually to GDP by 9.7 billion dollars and accounting for 7.5% of the workforce. However, residents complain that tourists do not respect the environment at all and camp everywhere, leaving behind garbage, and the country does not have the necessary infrastructure to handle garbage and human waste. Also, hotels are overcrowded, parking places are insurmountable, as are public toilets.

Tulum, Mexico

The beach town has quickly moved from a quiet paradise to a celebrity center. According to a Newsweek survey, the city has struggled to keep pace with rising popularity, but local hotels have polluted the ecosystem and discharged domestic waters into nearby rivers. A local activist described the situation as "a clock bomb", explaining that there are not enough efficient processes to deal with waste that is thrown in the middle of the locality.

Machu Pichu, Peru

Machu Picchu has a limit of 2,500 visitors per day, set by Peru and Unesco. However, the number of tourists continues to be a problem. In 2015, nearly 1.3 million people visited the site, and this left its mark on ancient ruins, and the government was forced to develop a new plan to reduce the number of tourists. In the new project, which will be implemented in 2019, tourists will be required to be accompanied by guides, to step only on special routes and have a limited time to visit the site. Santorini, Greece The island of Santorini is known for white houses on the hills and overlooking the sea. They have now become an ideal place for investors and bloggers specializing in tourism. In 2015, a record number of cruise ships was recorded, with 10,000 people visiting the area in one. This summer, authorities have set a limit of 8,000 tourists per day.

Pig Beach, Bahamas

A group of wild pigs have populated the island of the Bahamas and have recently become a major tourist attraction. Even Donald Trump Jr. has posted on Instagram a picture of it appearing near such an animal. Earlier this year, however, seven of the pigs were found dead, and the original reports claimed that the animals received food and alcohol from the tourists. National Geographic later reported that the death of pigs was most likely caused by sand, but tourists are also not to blame. An inspector of the Bahamas Humane Society claimed that pigs became dependent on snacks offered by tourists to such an extent that their lifestyle was completely affected.


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After visiting Tuscany, nothing will ever be the same


After visiting Tuscany, nothing will ever be the same

Tuscany is the term of comparison for future travel stories. Here's a story that you feel you have to live out for many years after you've left, that's where nostalgia was born.

Tuscany,Italy 2017: Tourist Travel Guide to Holidays in Tuscany ...
Discover Tuscany: the free online tourist guide that helps you plan your vacation in Tuscany (Toscana), Italy. Reviews of accommodations, top destinations, ...

No matter how much you travel, there is always the place where you come back at any time, who stretched to your feet about everything you wanted: a gentle, multicolored nature and history and art, that place Where the stories begin. Well, after visiting Tuscany, that place can not bear another name. Yes, here is the center of the Italian Renaissance, Florence, here you can prop up in the sloping tower in Pisa and ride a boat in Livorno, but it's too unwise to think that Tuscany is all about it. "Vespuci" or "Galilei" There are many options to get to Tuscany: by plane to Amerigo Vespuci Airport in Florence or to Galileo Galilei Airport in Pisa. But there is also the option to find a cheap flight to Rome and from there to rent a car that will prove to be indispensable if you want to discover the true Tuscany, even from the villages without a train station. Pay attention, however, that the car must be rented in time, when planning your trip, and you can not rent cars without a credit card. And one more thing: in big cities like Rome, for example, traffic is a viper, with countless scooters and motorcycles that seem to be guided by other traffic rules than the rest of the vehicles. The house for a week or ten days, as you need to explore Tuscany, can of course be a hotel or a guesthouse in one of the tourist towns, but that means you can visit the city more easily and also High costs, agglomeration and superficial contact with locals. To find a genuine, spacious home with hosts that would give you a meal just to feel good, we recommend consulting Italian tourism sites and searching for countryside locations such as Peccioli, in the province of Pisa. As an example, here is a price for a one-week stay at an apartment in the Pratini agrotourism complex for two people and one child: from 360 euros in the low season to 550 euros in the high season. But you can also negotiate, and if you go into a larger group, you can rent a five or seven-person villa for much better prices. Typically, on the kitchen table you will have wine and home-made olive oil, plus pasta, honey, cheeses or locals. It is worth mentioning that such an agro-tourist complex also offers huge gardens with idyllic dining and even swimming pools. And the last recommendation on accommodation: try not to catch your night looking for the guesthouse where you are to be accommodated, because the beautiful, even spectacular streets of the day seem to turn into tangled and fairly wild labyrinths during the night.

If we had to write an entire article just about Pisa, we would find it in great difficulty. But we can summarize this phrase: in Pisa you find a Dome Market, where there is a white marble cathedral and a tilted tower, a Knights Square, and a Santa Maria della Spina Church, but if you want to get your pictures well In which you try to turn the tower, it is good to visit Pisa early in the morning, maybe the very last day, on your way to the airport, otherwise it will be hard for you to be the only Hercule in the picture. About Florence there are many things to say. First, it is an ultraturistic city, being also the capital of the Tuscan region, but also of the Italian Renaissance. Although, despite the fact that the tourists with the cameras on either the Arno River or the Duomo bridges in all parts, there is still something in the medieval air of the city. And that, however much you want to avoid crowded places, the historic center of Florence deserves to be step by step. Perhaps the most beautiful city views you can admire from the Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore, the definition of the Gothic architecture, made by Filippo Brunelleschi. Here, on the Dom, lovers are kissing behind, with a backdrop of vision, but they are not too much state because they are so much to visit in Florence. Of course, it's the famous Galleria degli Uffizi and the Galleria dell'Accademia, the museums that make it look like true art is no longer just for the privileged, that the access to the works of some of the greatest Renaissance painters and sculptors is a bagatelle. Wherever you go, you have a Giotto with Ognissanti Madonna, a Masaccio, and the birth of Venus, Botticelli, a da Vinci, a Titian (all at Galleria degli Uffizi) And, of course, Michelangelo's agony and ecstasy: David (at the Galleria dell'Accademia).

One of the moments when you congratulate you for renting a car is when you want to visit the authentic medieval village of San Gimignano, full of history and a fascinating architecture. That's because there is no station in San Gimignano, a village in the province of Siena, and to get here you have to change several means of transport. Walking on the streets of the fortress, among the 14 towers of stone, of different heights, gives you greater satisfaction at sunset, when the sun is no longer hot, when every corner, however hidden, smells of fresh flowers and when the local specialties flavors It stimulates more than ever the hormone of hunger. At the time, the dinner deserves to get to Volterra, a mountain town in the province of Pisa. The car leaves it outside the city and then you go up to the historic center, but it will not hurt you. From the entrance, Volterra welcomes you with one of the most picturesque buildings: one-story buildings with brick roofs that seem to look at the valley 555 meters below them. Then you are immersed in the old, winding streets of the Etruscan times, and you can even have some of the walls surrounding the fortress built in the 5th-4th centuries before our era, including Porta dell'Arco and Porta Diana, and the Acropolis, which houses The foundations of two ancient temples. Palazzo dei Priori is the oldest town in Tuscany, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta houses other works of art by Andrea della Robbia, Mino da Fiesole, Benozzo Gonzzoli and Andrea Sansovino, and the Ecomuze demonstrates why Volterra is also called the alabaster city . Also on the streets of Volterra were several scenes from the series with great success to the audience "Twilight" / "Twilight". On a terrace like Ristorante da Beppino you can eat a unique specialty: pappardelle alla lepre, pasta with rabbit meat, drink a glass of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo (if there is time, you can also visit the town of Montepulciano in southern Tuscany, Famous for cheese and pork specialties here, but also for world-famous vineyards).

Probably all the stories that start with "It was Once ..." were inspired by life in Siena. There is no other way. Sure, and the center of Siena, declared by UNESCO World Heritage Area, is one of Italy's most important tourist attractions, annually visited by more than 150,000 tourists. Still, especially if you visit Siena during the week, you will not feel overwhelmed. You will be able to eat the best pizza right in the central square, Il Campo, at a reasonable price, and make friends with the Romanian naturalized staff from the terraces in the area. Even the beginnings of this magnificent city are shrouded in a story: it seems to have been founded by Senius, the son of Remus, one of the two founders of Rome, explaining why the symbol of Sheena is the wolf. But Siena is a whole dictionary of symbols. The city on three hills has in its heart the former Roman Forum, Il Campo, paved with red brick arranged in such a way to suggest the Virgin Mary's cloak that protects the place. This top canvas is best seen on the Torre del Mangia, part of the Palazzo Pubblico (the city hall of Siena), or on the Duomo di Siena. The rivalry of the 17 contractors Ripped like any form of modern organization, Siena is divided into neighborhoods, the so-called "counter". Each contractor has its own flag, represented by an animal or a mascot, has distinct borders and identity. The symbols of the contradictions are found everywhere in each neighborhood, on the walls, on the lanterns. But in cathedrals and churches, the area of ​​each counter is well-defined with colored flags. There are 17 contractors in Siena, of which we mention only a few: Aquila / Eagle, Bruco / Omida, Chiocciola / Snail, Giraffa, Leocorno / Unicorn, Lupa / Lupoaica, Oca / Gâsca and Torre / Turnul. Contrades were born in the Middle Ages, when Siena had to supply troops of soldiers committed to defending the city's independence in front of Florence. Each neighborhood has its own museum, its own well, motto, an ally (only the Goose has no ally) and an opponent. The rivalry between Siena's neighborhoods is never more intense than during the Il Palio horse race. Twice a year, July 2 and August 16, Il Campo competes against the best jockeys of each contractor. She dresses in the colors of the neighborhood, climbs on a horseless saddle, and encircles at the dizzying speed of the Virgin Mary's cloak. The competition consists of three rounds of Campo, which usually last no more than 90 seconds. Not many times, the jockeys are thrown aside by harsh horses, and even the tourists who are gathering in a very large number can be injured. The first rider who finishes the race receives a silk banner painted by local artists, called "palio". As a rule, the winning contractor celebrates in bars for one month thereafter. The loser is not considered the last jockey, but the one who came second. The most successful contractor at Palio is Goesca, with 63 wins, followed, paradoxically, by Melc and Turtle. Outside of the competitive season, one can observe the traditions of all contradictions in religious processions. Each neighborhood has one or more young representatives, wearing the colors of the counter and waving the flag, but also shouting the specific motto.

Visit Florence and Tuscany in Italy - YouTube
Apr 7, 2016 ... In this week's episode we're visiting Florence and the Tuscany region of Italy. This is somewhere we've always wanted to see! Endless ...

Fixed in the south of Tuscany, after a long car ride on red and poppy fields, it is the pearl of the region: Maremma, a perfect microcosm that stretches between the provinces of Livorno and Grosseto. In "Divine Comedy", Dante traced his borders "from Cecina to Corneto". It is a vast, sheltered, seaside area, wild and yet incredibly gentle. Here you have to rent a bicycle and sail long paths through pine trees (coastal pine forests), wild horses, horned cattle, feathers over sparkling waters, friendly foxes and wild boar on your tracks.

Beautiful places in Italy
Italy enjoys both a great natural wealth and a spectacular architecture and the combination of the two makes "boots" a highly acclaimed tourist destination. We present the following lines some of the most beautiful places in Italy.

33 Most Beautiful Places in Italy | Ruins, Castles and Italy
The Pink beach stands in Budelli, one of the islands of Sardinia (Italy). This odd beach takes name from the particular pink coral colour of the sand, due to the ...

beautiful places in ItalyPositanoCampania

High on the Amalfi CoastPositano town is one of the favorite tourist resorts in Campania, not least because it offers exceptional landscape

beautiful places in ItalyCinque Terre

Italian Riviera offers many beautiful landscapes, but a special place Cinque Terre - a formation of five cities built on the coast that are protected by UNESCO.

beautiful places in ItalyVenice

One of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, Venice is almost magical at sunset, especially if seen from a gondola.

beautiful places in ItalyFlorence

Florence she probably does not need too many entries, but the view from the vantage point of Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral city architecture show in all its glory.

beautiful places in ItalySan Pellegrino Pass

In northeastern Italian Alps San Pellegrino Pass is located, where you can find facilities for skiing and climbing and breathtaking landscapes

beautiful places in Italy: Erice, Sicily

On Mount Erice in Sicily is a homonym little village full of medieval ruins. The landscape is changing rapidly from the mountains to the coast in an impressive show of the Sicilian landscape.

places in Italy: San Gigmignano, Tuscany
Tuscan town is, in fact, a common medieval high on a hill - and the scenery on offer is impressive. Inside the village, surrounded by an old rampart, there are many tourist facilities.




After visiting Tuscany, nothing will ever be the same

Tuscany is the term of comparison for future travel stories. Here's a story that you feel you have to live out for many years after you've left, that's where nostalgia was born.

Tuscany,Italy 2017: Tourist Travel Guide to Holidays in Tuscany ...
Discover Tuscany: the free online tourist guide that helps you plan your vacation in Tuscany (Toscana), Italy. Reviews of accommodations, top destinations, ...

No matter how much you travel, there is always the place where you come back at any time, who stretched to your feet about everything you wanted: a gentle, multicolored nature and history and art, that place Where the stories begin. Well, after visiting Tuscany, that place can not bear another name. Yes, here is the center of the Italian Renaissance, Florence, here you can prop up in the sloping tower in Pisa and ride a boat in Livorno, but it's too unwise to think that Tuscany is all about it. "Vespuci" or "Galilei" There are many options to get to Tuscany: by plane to Amerigo Vespuci Airport in Florence or to Galileo Galilei Airport in Pisa. But there is also the option to find a cheap flight to Rome and from there to rent a car that will prove to be indispensable if you want to discover the true Tuscany, even from the villages without a train station. Pay attention, however, that the car must be rented in time, when planning your trip, and you can not rent cars without a credit card. And one more thing: in big cities like Rome, for example, traffic is a viper, with countless scooters and motorcycles that seem to be guided by other traffic rules than the rest of the vehicles. The house for a week or ten days, as you need to explore Tuscany, can of course be a hotel or a guesthouse in one of the tourist towns, but that means you can visit the city more easily and also High costs, agglomeration and superficial contact with locals. To find a genuine, spacious home with hosts that would give you a meal just to feel good, we recommend consulting Italian tourism sites and searching for countryside locations such as Peccioli, in the province of Pisa. As an example, here is a price for a one-week stay at an apartment in the Pratini agrotourism complex for two people and one child: from 360 euros in the low season to 550 euros in the high season. But you can also negotiate, and if you go into a larger group, you can rent a five or seven-person villa for much better prices. Typically, on the kitchen table you will have wine and home-made olive oil, plus pasta, honey, cheeses or locals. It is worth mentioning that such an agro-tourist complex also offers huge gardens with idyllic dining and even swimming pools. And the last recommendation on accommodation: try not to catch your night looking for the guesthouse where you are to be accommodated, because the beautiful, even spectacular streets of the day seem to turn into tangled and fairly wild labyrinths during the night.

If we had to write an entire article just about Pisa, we would find it in great difficulty. But we can summarize this phrase: in Pisa you find a Dome Market, where there is a white marble cathedral and a tilted tower, a Knights Square, and a Santa Maria della Spina Church, but if you want to get your pictures well In which you try to turn the tower, it is good to visit Pisa early in the morning, maybe the very last day, on your way to the airport, otherwise it will be hard for you to be the only Hercule in the picture. About Florence there are many things to say. First, it is an ultraturistic city, being also the capital of the Tuscan region, but also of the Italian Renaissance. Although, despite the fact that the tourists with the cameras on either the Arno River or the Duomo bridges in all parts, there is still something in the medieval air of the city. And that, however much you want to avoid crowded places, the historic center of Florence deserves to be step by step. Perhaps the most beautiful city views you can admire from the Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore, the definition of the Gothic architecture, made by Filippo Brunelleschi. Here, on the Dom, lovers are kissing behind, with a backdrop of vision, but they are not too much state because they are so much to visit in Florence. Of course, it's the famous Galleria degli Uffizi and the Galleria dell'Accademia, the museums that make it look like true art is no longer just for the privileged, that the access to the works of some of the greatest Renaissance painters and sculptors is a bagatelle. Wherever you go, you have a Giotto with Ognissanti Madonna, a Masaccio, and the birth of Venus, Botticelli, a da Vinci, a Titian (all at Galleria degli Uffizi) And, of course, Michelangelo's agony and ecstasy: David (at the Galleria dell'Accademia).

One of the moments when you congratulate you for renting a car is when you want to visit the authentic medieval village of San Gimignano, full of history and a fascinating architecture. That's because there is no station in San Gimignano, a village in the province of Siena, and to get here you have to change several means of transport. Walking on the streets of the fortress, among the 14 towers of stone, of different heights, gives you greater satisfaction at sunset, when the sun is no longer hot, when every corner, however hidden, smells of fresh flowers and when the local specialties flavors It stimulates more than ever the hormone of hunger. At the time, the dinner deserves to get to Volterra, a mountain town in the province of Pisa. The car leaves it outside the city and then you go up to the historic center, but it will not hurt you. From the entrance, Volterra welcomes you with one of the most picturesque buildings: one-story buildings with brick roofs that seem to look at the valley 555 meters below them. Then you are immersed in the old, winding streets of the Etruscan times, and you can even have some of the walls surrounding the fortress built in the 5th-4th centuries before our era, including Porta dell'Arco and Porta Diana, and the Acropolis, which houses The foundations of two ancient temples. Palazzo dei Priori is the oldest town in Tuscany, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta houses other works of art by Andrea della Robbia, Mino da Fiesole, Benozzo Gonzzoli and Andrea Sansovino, and the Ecomuze demonstrates why Volterra is also called the alabaster city . Also on the streets of Volterra were several scenes from the series with great success to the audience "Twilight" / "Twilight". On a terrace like Ristorante da Beppino you can eat a unique specialty: pappardelle alla lepre, pasta with rabbit meat, drink a glass of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo (if there is time, you can also visit the town of Montepulciano in southern Tuscany, Famous for cheese and pork specialties here, but also for world-famous vineyards).

Probably all the stories that start with "It was Once ..." were inspired by life in Siena. There is no other way. Sure, and the center of Siena, declared by UNESCO World Heritage Area, is one of Italy's most important tourist attractions, annually visited by more than 150,000 tourists. Still, especially if you visit Siena during the week, you will not feel overwhelmed. You will be able to eat the best pizza right in the central square, Il Campo, at a reasonable price, and make friends with the Romanian naturalized staff from the terraces in the area. Even the beginnings of this magnificent city are shrouded in a story: it seems to have been founded by Senius, the son of Remus, one of the two founders of Rome, explaining why the symbol of Sheena is the wolf. But Siena is a whole dictionary of symbols. The city on three hills has in its heart the former Roman Forum, Il Campo, paved with red brick arranged in such a way to suggest the Virgin Mary's cloak that protects the place. This top canvas is best seen on the Torre del Mangia, part of the Palazzo Pubblico (the city hall of Siena), or on the Duomo di Siena. The rivalry of the 17 contractors Ripped like any form of modern organization, Siena is divided into neighborhoods, the so-called "counter". Each contractor has its own flag, represented by an animal or a mascot, has distinct borders and identity. The symbols of the contradictions are found everywhere in each neighborhood, on the walls, on the lanterns. But in cathedrals and churches, the area of ​​each counter is well-defined with colored flags. There are 17 contractors in Siena, of which we mention only a few: Aquila / Eagle, Bruco / Omida, Chiocciola / Snail, Giraffa, Leocorno / Unicorn, Lupa / Lupoaica, Oca / Gâsca and Torre / Turnul. Contrades were born in the Middle Ages, when Siena had to supply troops of soldiers committed to defending the city's independence in front of Florence. Each neighborhood has its own museum, its own well, motto, an ally (only the Goose has no ally) and an opponent. The rivalry between Siena's neighborhoods is never more intense than during the Il Palio horse race. Twice a year, July 2 and August 16, Il Campo competes against the best jockeys of each contractor. She dresses in the colors of the neighborhood, climbs on a horseless saddle, and encircles at the dizzying speed of the Virgin Mary's cloak. The competition consists of three rounds of Campo, which usually last no more than 90 seconds. Not many times, the jockeys are thrown aside by harsh horses, and even the tourists who are gathering in a very large number can be injured. The first rider who finishes the race receives a silk banner painted by local artists, called "palio". As a rule, the winning contractor celebrates in bars for one month thereafter. The loser is not considered the last jockey, but the one who came second. The most successful contractor at Palio is Goesca, with 63 wins, followed, paradoxically, by Melc and Turtle. Outside of the competitive season, one can observe the traditions of all contradictions in religious processions. Each neighborhood has one or more young representatives, wearing the colors of the counter and waving the flag, but also shouting the specific motto.

Visit Florence and Tuscany in Italy - YouTube
Apr 7, 2016 ... In this week's episode we're visiting Florence and the Tuscany region of Italy. This is somewhere we've always wanted to see! Endless ...

Fixed in the south of Tuscany, after a long car ride on red and poppy fields, it is the pearl of the region: Maremma, a perfect microcosm that stretches between the provinces of Livorno and Grosseto. In "Divine Comedy", Dante traced his borders "from Cecina to Corneto". It is a vast, sheltered, seaside area, wild and yet incredibly gentle. Here you have to rent a bicycle and sail long paths through pine trees (coastal pine forests), wild horses, horned cattle, feathers over sparkling waters, friendly foxes and wild boar on your tracks.

Beautiful places in Italy
Italy enjoys both a great natural wealth and a spectacular architecture and the combination of the two makes "boots" a highly acclaimed tourist destination. We present the following lines some of the most beautiful places in Italy.

33 Most Beautiful Places in Italy | Ruins, Castles and Italy
The Pink beach stands in Budelli, one of the islands of Sardinia (Italy). This odd beach takes name from the particular pink coral colour of the sand, due to the ...

beautiful places in ItalyPositanoCampania

High on the Amalfi CoastPositano town is one of the favorite tourist resorts in Campania, not least because it offers exceptional landscape

beautiful places in ItalyCinque Terre

Italian Riviera offers many beautiful landscapes, but a special place Cinque Terre - a formation of five cities built on the coast that are protected by UNESCO.

beautiful places in ItalyVenice

One of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, Venice is almost magical at sunset, especially if seen from a gondola.

beautiful places in ItalyFlorence

Florence she probably does not need too many entries, but the view from the vantage point of Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral city architecture show in all its glory.

beautiful places in ItalySan Pellegrino Pass

In northeastern Italian Alps San Pellegrino Pass is located, where you can find facilities for skiing and climbing and breathtaking landscapes

beautiful places in Italy: Erice, Sicily

On Mount Erice in Sicily is a homonym little village full of medieval ruins. The landscape is changing rapidly from the mountains to the coast in an impressive show of the Sicilian landscape.

places in Italy: San Gigmignano, Tuscany
Tuscan town is, in fact, a common medieval high on a hill - and the scenery on offer is impressive. Inside the village, surrounded by an old rampart, there are many tourist facilities.



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