Traveling is one of the best gifts for Valentine’s Day. This year, a couple in love can arrange a short trip both on Wednesday, when the holiday falls, and next weekend after it. We have selected for you the five non-banal cities of Europe, visiting which you will feel the incredible spirit of romance.
Of course, nobody will stop you from admiring the view from the Eiffel Tower, riding a gondola along the canals of a city standing on the water, or watching the red roofs of medieval buildings from a hill. However, if you are not afraid to change tourist routes, then choose one or more of these cities, feel free to go on a romantic trip and capture unforgettable emotions in your photo and memory.
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Transcarpathians would not be Transcarpathians if they did not try to show with all the fibers of their broad souls that they have – even half a tree, half a plate, half a mountain – but more beautiful, tastier and, of course, more interesting.
Of course, Transcarpathians haven’t fed all the bograchs yet, haven’t been given a drink of wine, haven’t bathed in vats, but they stubbornly think how else to surprise quite picky tourists who want something new. Castles, mineral water, Synevyr, Hoverla, the Valley of daffodils, waterfalls – this is “clogged” in all imaginable and unthinkable tourist guides. Over the past two years, a wine tourist route, military, gastronomic, and a bunch of other delights have been developed and are offered to tourists in the Territory – everything to convince tourists to rest on Silver Land. And this is not enough for Transcarpathians, therefore, local tourism experts do not get tired of “spinning up” new types of tourism in the region, both borrowed and exclusive. Continue reading
Bridges are almost the first engineering structures created by mankind. Here you can recall at least the ancient Roman aqueducts, which in fact were also bridges, and even have survived to this day.
But modern engineers not only created analogues of the ancient seven wonders of the world, but also learned how to build even more impressive structures. Let’s just say that some modern bridges are breathtaking.
Royal Gorge, USA
360 meters of almost clean bridge, under which more than 200 meters of the abyss. I personally feel uneasy, even from one glance at this design. And it’s normal for people – they use it without much concern, since the bridge was built in good faith. Continue reading