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The most beautiful places in the world

The most beautiful places in the world - let's highlight the TOP beautiful places:

  • Egypt - Giza Plateau pyramids and Luxor Temple
  • India - Hampi (ancient temples)
  • Portugal - Algarve (steep coasts and caves)
  • Italy - Amalfi Coast
  • Maldives - Toddoo Islands, Rasdu (perfect beaches and magical underwater mi)
  • UAE - Dubai Emirate
  • Turkey - Cappadocia and PammukaleAustria - Alps (mountain lakes)
  • Montenegro - Bay of Kotor and Mount Lovcen
  • Bulgaria - Veliko Tarnovo (old town)
  • Greece - Meteora Monasteries, Balos Bay

How to choose a place to travel?

Recipe for a Dream Journey: To make your journey a delight to your soul, follow your heart's call! Be open to the world and catch signs from above in the form of messages. Follow simple rules and be guided by logic.

How to choose a place to rest:

  •     Pay attention to signs of destiny.
  •     Use a picture search of the place, but with the stamp "made by a tourist".
  •     Research the need for and the possibility of obtaining a visa.
  •     Pay attention to the weather peculiarities of the desired vacation period.
  •     Estimate your budget.
  •     Fly, drive, sail on a cruise ship - do not limit yourself.
  •     Alternate vacation on the beach and hiking in the mountains, diving in the sea and a safari in the desert.

Love yourself and life! The whole world at your feet!

What is Rotterdam famous for?

Rotterdam is a must-see to experience the atmosphere of the Netherlands and Europe. Walk along the river canals and visit several parks, including Rotterdam's Blijdorp Zoo. Visit the cargo port (one of the largest in the world) during a boat trip. Admire the "white swan" - Erasmus bridge. Do not forget about shopping - shopping malls are full of goods. The counters of supermarkets are studded with a wide range of products and fruits.

What to see in Holland?

A good place to start is when to go to the Netherlands! It should definitely be summer!

What to see in the Netherlands:

  •     Rotterdam can be used as a place to settle down. It is conveniently centrally located and will require at least 2-3 days of sightseeing in the city itself. Getting to neighbouring towns is easy and quick by train.
  •     Delft and The Hague can be visited in 1 day. Stroll through the streets of Delft and have lunch at the Market Square. Take a train or tram to The Hague. There you can explore the castle complex and walk out onto the North Sea promenade!
  •     Amsterdam can easily be explored in 1 day. On the way you can pop into a cheese shop in Gouda (nothing else to do in Gouda). Amsterdam is interesting for its architecture and canal city structure - a mix of Venice (Italy) and Wroclaw/Krakow (Poland). Daytime walking tour of the centre. In the evening visit the legendary Red Light District.

What to try in the Netherlands? Of course cheese - hard and noble mould!

Delft what to see in half a day?

Delft and The Hague can safely be visited in 1 day. Until lunch (inclusive) we walk around Delft. All the sights are within walking distance from the railway station: the Market Square, the Town Hall and the Nieuwekerk church. Then we take the train or tram 1 to The Hague for another walk along the North Sea with dinner on the shore!

What to see in The Hague in half a day?

What to see in The Hague in half a day:

  •     Binnenhof - a large castle complex in the heart of The Hague, on the shore of Lake Hofwijver
  •     Scheveningen Beach in The Hague (Scheveningen). A great place to meet the sunset and have dinner at a waterfront cafe after a walk along the sea.

So it's better to have a half day in the afternoon. We spend the first half of the day in Delft (with lunch included). After lunch we take the train and go to The Hague.