Budapest is the capital of Hungary, its main political, cultural, commercial, industrial and transport center. The city consists of three historically formed parts – Pest, Buda and Obuda, in January 1872 united into one city.
The history of numerous wars and invasions, the constant destruction and perestroika created Budapest today, with a mixture of styles born in those periods when a proud and cheerful nation with love restored its city, a city of charm and character, both European and exclusively Hungarian. The collection of palaces, churches and monuments of Budapest is declared by UNESCO a World Cultural Heritage. Continue reading
Did you dream of the sky of London? So, the moment has come, to change everything in life and to conquer new heights! Many tourists on their way to the UK are not afraid of the geographical, but the language barrier. It doesn’t matter. After all, you can not just stagger around the cities, but also simultaneously “tighten up” language skills.
For maximalists living to the fullest, Wall Street English offers Study Abroad study abroad programs. This is a great chance to gain speech practice and plunge headlong into the English world. There are at least 5 reasons to visit Misty Albion.
1. Immerse yourself in magic
Hogwarts is a cherished dream of travelers. It’s easy to get there. 20 miles from London is WarnerBros. StudioTour “. This is a unique place where religious decorations from the famous film are recreated. Continue reading
Let’s try to summarize the summer cons and summer pros of vacation in this country, focusing solely on the “seasonal factor”. That is, without touching the merits and demerits of rest in Egypt in general, we are talking only about summer.
Summer cons …
In the summer in Egypt it is hot, it is well known. It happens that the thermometer rises above + 45 ° C in the shade. However, it should be borne in mind that resort areas, where most tourists visiting Egypt prefer to relax, are located on the Red Sea coast, where there is a dry tropical desert climate, moderated by the sea breeze. This means that the summer + 30 ° C in Moscow can cause you more problems than the same + 40 ° C in Sharm or Hurghada.
The specifics of Egypt’s attractions are such that many of them are in desert or semi-desert areas (for example, the pyramids in Giza), and in the summer, of course, there is usually intense heat. This, of course, is a serious minus. Continue reading