ISRAEL’S BEST BEACHES CHOSEN:
The rating, compiled by one of the national television channels, includes only four beaches. In the first place was Rosh HaNikra (Rosh Hanikira), located in the northern part of the country, near the border with Lebanon. This is a state reserve, washed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and consisting of many grottoes penetrated by clefts. The bays near the grottoes are a particularly picturesque sight, because they change their appearance and color depending on the time of day or season of the year, charming and attracting attention. True, beauty also has a downside: during storms, not uncommon for this place, excursions to the grottos are canceled. Continue reading
ISRAELI BORDER ACCESS SYSTEM
In February 2013, the Israeli authorities greatly simplified and accelerated the procedure for entering the country. The new system works successfully and concerns not only incoming tourists, but also Israeli citizens.
The essence of the innovation is that now, when crossing the border, instead of an entry stamp in your passport, you get a special ticket. An Israeli migration officer scans your passport, reading the data: photo, name, surname, passport number, date and time of entry into the country. All information is transferred to the ticket. But that is far from all. Continue reading
In society, you can often meet people for whom work is most important. It was for them that scientists from America introduced a special term – “absence leave syndrome”. This is not an unfounded statement; medical research has been carried out, the results of which should be known to every employee and his boss.
WHAT DOES THE WORKERS WAIT FOR?
Those who consider rest to be a waste of time should know that their body’s propensity to develop a disease such as cancer increases significantly. Stroke is the second disease that threatens those who do not like to relax. Only three weeks of rest per year will correct the situation and reduce the likelihood of premature death by twenty percent. But you should remember – rest must be right. Simply put, the right rest is one after which you do not need to rest. There are several urgent recommendations for proper relaxation. Continue reading
Tallinn is one of the oldest cities in Northern Europe. It is quite miniature, but unusually rich in its architectural, historical monuments, parks, squares, distinctive traditions that give it a unique look. Most of the attractions of Tallinn are located in the Old Town, which has long been divided into Lower and Upper.
As a rule, excursions in Tallinn begin on the cozy Town Hall Square. It is located in the Lower City, occupies a very small territory and is surrounded by ancient buildings, each of which preserves its own history. Since the Middle Ages, Town Hall Square has been the heart of the city. Already in the XI century there was a market that existed until 1896. Carnivals and festivities were held on Town Hall Square, and the most favorite holiday among the townspeople was the removal of the Christmas tree, followed by funny dances. Continue reading
The capital of France is unique in that it is always able to surprise both the inexperienced and the experienced traveler. Going to Paris for the first time, it is proposed to explore world famous sights. These include, of course, the Louvre, where you can spend more than one day.
It is worth visiting the Notre Dame Cathedral, and recall the novel of the same name by Victor Hugo, the Eiffel Tower, which is the visiting card of the city. All these places are the first in the excursion list of tourists. For those who want to get to know Paris more closely, to know its romance and truly fall in love with the city, it is suggested to walk along its quiet streets, taste delicious French sweets and just relax your soul. Continue reading