is not colossal
Dreaming of a romantic weekend for two? Why not opt for Spain? It is this country that is famous not only for its warm climate, ideal for sea holidays, but also for its stunning ancient cities, where it is so good to be lost together.
Granada is the most favorite place among tourists at any time of the year. A walk through the Alhambra Palace at sunset is an ideal pastime for lovers. Watch the sunset turn the walls of the palace pink. No wonder Federico García Lorca has dedicated many poems to this place. Enjoy a romantic outdoor picnic while enjoying stunning views of the Cathedral. Take a walk through the legendary Sacramonte quarter to the fiery sounds of flamenco.
2. Madrid Continue reading
Traveling with children requires careful preparation. You need to choose a resort with a mild climate, a hotel with a children’s menu, a swimming pool, animators, and a quiet area. The beach nearby also plays an important role when relaxing with a baby. Safe entry to the sea, shallow water, golden sand and entertainment for children are the main criteria. Given these indicators, we have selected the 7 best resorts for a family beach holiday.
Rimini is a popular Italian resort on the Adriatic coast. The beaches of Rimini are sandy, great for families with children. There is shallow water, almost no waves and a gentle entrance to the sea. Most of the beaches are equipped with playgrounds with swings and slides, there are water attractions.
The resort has a dolphinarium, where through the windows you can watch the marine inhabitants of the aquarium. Another place for spending leisure time with a child is the Fiabilandia Park, with many entertainments and children’s cafes.
Near Rimini is the water town “Aquafan”. On its territory there are several pools with artificial waves, water slides, waterfalls and a jacuzzi. Continue reading
Ayers Rock is one of Australia’s most amazing and beautiful places. It is located in the central region of Australia, 450 km southwest of Alice Springs. The extraordinary beauty of the desert “Martian” landscapes of this place attracts travelers and artists from around the world.
In Ayers Rock is the majestic rock of the same name Ayers Rock (Uluru), which gave the name of this area. This is a huge block of stone with a height of 348 m, having a circumference of 9 km, and a path to the peak 1.6 km long. Australian Aborigines call this rock Uluru and for thousands of years consider it sacred. According to legend, the giants and the snakes Vanambi lived here, the supreme judge over all mortals. Giants created man and gave him Earth. The children of Uluru multiplied and laid the foundation for many tribes, but always returned to the sacred rock in order to honor their heroes and gain fresh strength. Continue reading