We have not yet seen a man who would not want to get to Goa at least once. You can relax here all year round. Traditionally, the least popular tours in Goa are from June to November, when the state rains. But air temperature throughout the year varies from 23 to 33 degrees, so Goa is always warm!
Inexperienced tourists imagine a vacation in this resort as a rampant beach party from dusk to dawn. But this is only one side of the coin (we admit that without parties Goa is not Goa). Here you will also find deserted beaches where you can spend the whole day in peace and quiet, practice surfing. Goa is also a storehouse of cultural attractions! We strongly recommend that you visit Panaji, the state capital. Here you will see how faiths and nationalities are closely intertwined in India. And it is in Panaji that the best restaurants in all of India are located.
120 km from the legendary Arambol you can visit Dudhsagar – one of the most magnificent waterfalls in India. Dudhsagar falls from a height of 310 meters, and a stream of water is surrounded by small white splashes. Because of this, all the water mass falling from the cliff resembles a snow-white flowing cover. It turns out a very picturesque picture! The road to the waterfall runs through the jungle and untouched nature. You can overcome this path in jeeps. And the journey will cause no less delight than the waterfall itself. Continue reading
Noisy Barcelona, colorful Seville – the most famous cities in Spain, massively attracting tourists. But in addition to the most popular holiday destinations, in this country there are a number of real pearls that only avid travel lovers know about. All cities in Spain are distinctive: those that experienced their heyday during the Renaissance, are significantly different from those that for many centuries were ruled by the Moors or Visigoths. Visiting these unique places, tourists find a new, hitherto unknown Spain.
Located in central Spain, Salamanca owes its breathtaking beauty to the sandstone buildings that are mined in a nearby quarry. At sunset, the rays of the sun illuminate the buildings, so Salamanca is also called the “golden city”.
There are also many students, because in 1218 an educational institution was founded here, one of the best in Europe. The town has many old historic buildings, including the Cartagena Cathedral of the 12th century and the castle of Casa de las Conchas, built in the 15th century and decorated with shells. A visit to Salamanca usually begins with Plaza Major, where students gather for communication and good time. Continue reading