There are cities in the world that seem to have come down from the pages of science fiction books. Space skyscrapers, amazing technology, a dynamic rhythm of life make you think that the world is rapidly moving forward. Very soon, high-tech buildings and smart robots will no longer surprise anyone, and you can go on a space trip right from home, ordering a flying taxi.
We offer you a selection of the top 5 impressive cities in the world where they know a lot about technology. Their great minds have already become one step closer to innovation, but they do not forget to protect the natural heritage and pass on knowledge to the younger generation. Continue reading
The British publication The Telegraph blew the world public with intriguing news: in 2018, a unique journey to the remains of the legendary Titanic will become available. It is assumed that the dive to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean and the contemplation of the wreckage of a sunken ship will take place in May next year.
Mission in St. John: a tourist dive
One of the largest tour operators in Britain promises to organize an unforgettable tour and immerse tourists to a depth of 4,000 meters to meet with the liner. The details of the trip are no less exciting than the tour to the Titanic, which will last 8 days. Continue reading
Summer vacation, for most people, is unthinkable without the sea, sun and beach. And now, when the summer is in full swing, let’s talk about those places where all this is present in unlimited quantities. You can go there now and after the sunny days end here, Now we decide where the best beaches in Europe and where it is preferable to go? Experts from the European Agency for Nature Protection decided to answer this question. They compared the beaches of all European countries. The most important parameters were the cleanliness of the beach, water, safety and the availability of infrastructure.
In Europe, published data on the state of water in the most popular resorts. In nine cases out of ten, swimming can be completely fearless. The easiest way for a tourist is to follow the blue flag, which is “a symbol of perfect service, beautiful water and clean sand.” Continue reading