In the past, almost all voyages, many of which ended with great geographical discoveries, began off the coast of Portugal.
Now it’s the opposite — hundreds of thousands of tourists come here every year to touch the rich Portuguese history, taste real port, soak up the beautiful beaches of the Algarve, Madeira and the Azores, as well as see the architectural and natural splendor of this European country. Continue reading
If you are not afraid of a transatlantic flight to the southern hemisphere, changing not only the time zone, but also the time of year – visit Brazil.
This country has been rapidly developing economically in recent years, and the stormy temperament and cheerfulness of local residents have long been known all over the world. It is enough to recall the famous Brazilian carnivals-a stunning festive event that gathers more than a million tourists in Rio de Janeiro alone at the end of February, and the Brazilians themselves are massively plunged into a dance trance for four days, to understand that for a quiet and peaceful holiday, you need to choose another country. Continue reading
In Sri Lanka, a generally poor Asian country, the life expectancy of the population is surprisingly high, even by European standards – on average 75 years (73 for men and 77 for women). This fact is a good reason for tourists visiting Sri Lanka to look closely at how people live on their exotic island, to the customs and foundations of their life. Continue reading