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Kukulkan pyramid
Kukulkan pyramid
Acapulco, Mexico
Acapulco, Mexico
Type : Other
Almost halfway between Mérida and Cancún, on the airy esplanade from the low jungle of the Yucatán Península, the Kukulkan pyramid represents the centre of the architectural complex Chichen Itza, an ancient Mayan city, invaded by the Toltec warriors from the tenth century, coming from their capital, Tula - central Mexico today. In the sun or in the shade of clouds, the harmony of this pyramid in steps, with a height of 24 m, seems really perfect: the four -sided stone tilts with finesse to the horizons and the small platform top is a temple (with height 6 m) dedicated to the cult of the god Kukulkan - the feathered serpent or Quetzalcóatl. The faces are made up of nine terraces, each with 52 boxes decorated flat, rectangular. A series of 91 steps cut narrow middle of each of the four sides of the pyramid, sandwiched between linear rails. The North side of the building, however, has a particularity: at the encounter with the earth, the two rails end in two large statues carved in stone, the snake heads representing the god Kukulkan. The composition of the pyramid determines the start of the count: 18 sections of an upper terraces - the 18 months of the Mayan solar calendar ; 52 boxes for what the Mayans considered " century" by combining the sacred with the solar calendar ; 364 steps ( 91x4 ) plus platform - number of days in the solar calendar. Although the pyramid served to the Kukulkan cult, the numerological interpretations and the very clear data about the Mayans’ knowledge of astronomy, put it directly related to the sun worship. Access to the pyramid was banned a few years ago to avoid irreversible damage. However, because of the slight distance from the square base, the proportionality of the architectural elements is best admired. But what turns out to be the highlight of the pyramid gathers twice a year thousands of visitors to Chichén Itzá: the symbolic lowering of the feathered Serpent, an extraordinary effect of light observed for ten minutes in the days of equinox, March 20 and September 21 at around 3 pm. The sunlight gradually forms off the northwest face, a sequence of seven triangles of light that fills gradually the descending line, like the body of a snake. Once it arrives at the base, this "snake" is completed by the union with the carved head Kukulkan, likely to play the leading role in agrarian rituals, deeply connected to the rhythm of nature. Another great detail of the pyramid, still the subject of scientific controversy, impresses the audience: the echo formed on the north side of the row of steps. If one claps, it feels like the sound hits the stones and generates the cry of the Quetzal bird, symbolizing the Mayans’ creative force, uniting with the serpent god Kukulkan personification.
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Pattaya
Pattaya City
Bangkok, Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand
Type : Other
Pattaya City (" the wind south-west monsoon ") is located on the eastern coast of the Gulf of Thailand, Chon Buri province, 160 km southeast of Bangkok. Pattaya City is one of the most popular resorts in southern Thailand and in the world, a world center of entertainment. The biggest attraction in Pattaya is the vibrant nightlife, famous throughout the world, countless discos, bars, nightclubs and entertainment venues being concentrated everywhere. Whether you travel here alone, with friends or family there will be a corner of heaven for you, enjoying the most of what you want: comfort, relaxation, tranquility or fun, excitement and new experiences. It looks like a modern city with an impeccable hotel infrastructure. It is a quality shopping center with diverse commodities at reasonable prices. Beaches: - The main beach is called Pattaya Beach and it,s situated along the city and bordered by a promenade where a multitude of shops, hotels, restaurants and entertainment centers are aligned. The middle and southern parts are very animated, due to its location in proximity to shops, discos and bars, while the northern part of the beach is more quiet, designed for relaxation. - Jamtien beach is preferred by those who want a relaxing holiday in the company of family or practitioners of water sports enthusiasts. Here lies the Leisure Park Tower Pattaya and Pattaya Water Park with numerous pools and huge slides. For the more adventurous travelers it is dedicated a section from the beach at Pattaya Klang to the port area, adjacent to nightclubs and entertainment venues. 7.5 km west of Pattaya it’s found one of the most beautiful places in the world – the Ko LAN Island, famous for its fine white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, coral reefs and exotic fish. All water,on land or extreme sports are common in Pattaya, whether you choose diving, surfing, jet skiing, bungee jumping, karting, scuba diving, paragliding, windsurfing or parasailing. For a perfect combination of relaxation , fun and culture , we recommend visiting the city and the surrounding areas, the Wat Phra Yai temple, which houses a huge statue of Buddha , the Elephant Village , where you can ride on the animals’ back, the Zoo in Sriracha - home to more than 200 Bengal tigers and 15 000 crocodiles, the Sanctuary of Truth , filled with sculptures that show the Asian philosophies , Mini Siam, where we can admire over 100 miniature models of famous buildings worldwide or the Suan Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens.
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Bali
The beauty of Bali
Denpasar, Indonesia
Denpasar, Indonesia
Type : Town information
If you want to discover "the paradise of the world", Bali is an island, very green, accentuated by the numerous rice fields that are covering a part of the island. The Bali island belongs to Indonesia and is famous for the tropical beaches and volcanic beauty with the huge palm trees and flowers. Hes original art, completes the landscape through sculpture, painting, dance and ceremonies dedicated to the gods. Bali combines the image of a tropical island with sun, sand and sea with the bustle of the restaurants, bars and shops. Here you will find blue lakes, very deep, surrounded by green pastures, lakes of volcanic origin, because Bali is a volcanic island. Some volcanoes, are still active. Everywhere around you'll discover a huge sea of flowers. In every place you will go, you should not go more than a few meters, you will come across flowers. Most of the flowers appear, open and fall over several days. The Balinese people use the flowers as gifts for the gods. If you wake up in the morning and you will take a walk on the city streets you will see how all the inhabitants put in front of the house, of their shops or offices, a basket woven of the banana leaves filled with flowers. This are gifts to the gods, gifts meant to bless their day. Among the natural attractions of Bali are the vast fine sand beaches, the quick rivers, the sacred caves and the lush tropical forest. The cultural heritage of the island is visible everywhere - over 20,000 temples and palaces, many festivals and ceremonies, which combines theater, music and dance. Despite the globalization, the inhabitants are simple people who even if they found the technology, they proudly continue to dress in their traditional clothes and continues undisturbed their ceremonies more or less religious. • When you can go in Bali The best period to visit Bali is from May to October, when it is the dry season and when is a great chances of sun. • Public transport The public transport is practically nonexistent. The most common means of transport are the taxi for tourists and the scooters for the islanders. Even so, the prices are very reasonable. • The money in Bali Here and there you can pay in US dollars or Australian dollars, but it is best to pay in the Indonesian rupee. There are exchange offices everywhere, and you can change dollars and euros, but also you can take money from ATMs • The prices Prices are very low. You can negotiate the prices for absolutely any product or service you want. You can get lower prices with 40-60%. Only the prices in the supermarkets are fixed. • The food The food is very good and cheap. Nasi goreng, the translation for fried rice, is the Indonesian national dish and season with chicken or sea food. On the second place, among the favorite foods in Bali is me goreng, the variant with frying noodles. Soto ayam is a traditional chicken soup cooked with eggs, vegetables and spices. You must also try Sate - pieces of meat on bamboo sticks. In matters of drinks you must try the rice wine and fruit juices. Coffee lovers should know that here in Bali you can find Kopi Luwak, the most expensive and finest coffee in the world. My advice: eat in restaurants frequented by tourists and avoid buying the prepared food from the street merchants. • The trips It is recommended that you make the trips with a guide who also has a car. Why? Because the roads are very small, and the traffic is very chaotic. My advice: enjoy the beautiful landscapes, and do not look at the drivers! • Visiting the temples You can visit temples only if you wear the sarong (including men). My advice: to save some money, I recommend you to buy the sarong (are very cheap), it's pointless to rent them from every temple, will cost you much more • The handicrafts from Bali In Bali each village had his craft. Here you will find: stone carving, wood carving, creating jewelery, etc. If you want to learn some crafts from the island, you can subscribe to the classes and you can keep the products created by you. • Touristic atractions Do not miss the beautiful attractions and tours as: Kintamani Volcano Tour, The "Mother Temple", Bedugul Tour, North Bali Tour, Monkey Forest and Tanah Lot Tour or Handicraft Villages and Ubud Tour. • Traditional Balinese Dance Most of the dance performances are kept in the evening, but you can see the Barong dance in the morning shows. The most representatives traditional dances are: • Barong - this dance is a representation of the struggle between the forces of chaos and destruction (Rangda) and those of order (the Barong) • Legong - very stylized and difficult dance, performed by young girls. It has a choreography that takes account of many details and not allow improvisation • Kecak - ritual dance, created in 1930 by Walter Spies. It impresses by a very large chorus (up to 100 singers). • The Dance of Fire - is a dance of exorcism of the evil forces - the girls are dancing barefoot through hot coals. • Ramayana - this dance is performed at various ceremonies • Wayang Kulit - is a puppet show in which the audience see only the shadows. The themes of the representations are inspired from myths and legends. The shows can take several hours, during which a puppeteer controls hundreds of dolls. • Souvenirs As souvenirs I would recommend you the famous Indonesian coffee, the natural teas, the spices, the silk scarves, silver jewelrys, the frames decorated with banana leaves and wood carvings. You can find all this to merchants with which you can negotiate.
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Berlin's wall - Germany
Berlin's wall - Germany
Berlin, Germany
Berlin, Germany
Type : Town information
The beautiful Berlin Wall, which divided the city into two parts, east and west, was a symbol of the Cold War. The German Democratic Republic government built the wall to prevent the East Germans to to escape in the West Germany. A big part of it was demolished ever since the border between East and West was opened in 1989. After the World War II, Germany was divided into four zones: one American, British, French and Soviet. Berlin was also divided into four sectors. In 1948, the Soviet authorities tried to annex the entire city and started a blockade of the western sectors. But the plans have failed due to the air transport sectors in the West and in May 1949 the blockade was lifted. In the same year Germany became the Soviet GDR - German Democratic Republic with its capital in East Berlin. The other zones became West Germany - German Federal Republic with its capital in Bonn. The western part of Berlin became an enclave surrounded by East Germany. Until 1961 the Germans from East Germany could move freely between East Berlin and the West until in 1961 when up to 20,000 East Germans were fleeing each month to West Berlin. On August 12, 1961, the East German authorities decided to close the border with the Western sectors of Berlin to prevent people to escape. Officially, this measure was an anti fascist protective barrier designed to keep the East against the West German aggression. The next day of this action, on August 13, West Berlin was surrounded by barbed wire. The border traffic was stopped and the subway and the train system that connects different parts of the city were stopped. The houses in the eastern part of the border were evacuated and the windows overlooking the border were walled. Over time, the barbed wire was replaced with a 3.6 meter high wall. Along the wall on the east appeared "the dead zone", an area controlled by guards. A total of 302 guard towers and 20 bunkers were built along the border - 155 km. The guards had orders to shoot anyone who tried to escape from the communist camp. As a result 192 people were killed in their attempt to cross the border to the West. After the Soviet president Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev visited the West German in 1989, Hungary opened its borders to Austria. This allowed the East Germans to migrate en masse to the West. Meanwhile, the street protests that have attracted more and more people put pressure on the government of the GDR. Finally on November 9, 1989, the travel restrictions were lifted. Shortly after this the border gates were opened and the people just invaded the West Berlin. The vast majority of the wall was knocked down since then, but some areas still remain standing. The most famous part of the wall is 1316 meters in length, called Gallery East. It lies between Warschauer Strasse and Ostbahnhof and contains 106 paintings. Other smaller parts of the wall can be found at Center Memorial in Bernauer Strasse, from where the destruction of the official of the Wall began at Potsdamer Platz, the Reichstag, Invaliedenfriedhof Bornholmer Strasse, Nieder-Kirchner Strasse, and Zimmerstrasse near Checkpoint Charlie.
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Walking tour in Lyon City Center
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Walking tour in Lyon
Walking tour in Lyon City Center
Lyon, France
Lyon, France
Type : Walking tours
This walking tour will make you discover the city center of Lyon, the 2nd biggest city in France, and the historic capital of the Gauls; It is also considered as the gastronomic capital in France, thanks ot a great culinary tradition. Visit Lyon walking is the best way to enjoy this marvelous town, with a mixture of beautiful architecture going from the first to the second millenium. A-B; Visit the Presqu'île starting from the place Bellecourt then go up the Rue de la République until you reach the Opera of Lyon and the main City Hall, C-D: Go to the other side of the town hall to see the main facade of the city hall and Place des Terraux E-F: Go Down the street Rue du Président Edouard Herriot until you reach Rue de Grenette, than go to the right until you reach Rue Mercière Go down rue Merciere which is a beautiful historic street full of bars and restaurants, until you reach Place de Jacobins. Just before Place des Jacobins, you can see to the left, the Passage de l'Argue where you can find beautifuk traditional shops. G- Take on the right Rue de l'ancienne prefecture to Reach Quai Saint Antoine; Cross the bridge in front of the Palais de Justice (the old court house). H- Go left to the Saint Jean Cathedral Visit the cathedral and the amazing 17th century clock inside Take the Saint Jean Street to the end Then when you reach Rue St. Francois vernay and do the opposite direction by taking Rue de la Juiverie and Rue du Boeuf. When You reach the Hotel La Cour des Loges; Visit the inner courtyard of the Hotel and enjoy the beautiful Architecture of this building, which gives you an good idea about the Architecture of all the buildings in the Vieux Lyon. When in Rue Saint Jean, try to enter into buildings with a metal plate outside signifying it is a historic building. They are usually opened during the day and you will discover the famous Traboules. They are inner courts allowing you to go from a street to the paralle one, passing through these beautiful historic buildings. J- Continue to the end of the street until you reach again to find the Saint Jean Cathedral to your Left. In four hours you will have visited the Presqu'ile and the Vieux Lyon, composing the historic part of the Capital of the Gauls.
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Romanian culinary tastes - festivals Romanian culinary tastes - festivals Romanian culinary tastes - festivals Romanian culinary tastes - festivals Romanian culinary tastes - festivals
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Romanian culinary tastes - festivals
Romanian culinary tastes - festivals
Suceava, Romania
Suceava, Romania
Type : Touristic Guides
If you visit Romania and if you are a big foodie and you want to discover some culinary goodies I recommend you the following festivals: - The Pancakes Festival from Prejmer - Braşov Is organized every year before entering into the Easter Lent, according to the Evangelical Church calendar. The festival is inspired by the Saxon traditions. The Caravan is the center of the party. It includes accordionists, drummers, masked trumpeters and the beautiful stove cart wich prepare the pancakes. The event ends with a masquerade. - The Pig Festival of Mangalia - Baia Mare It is a unique event national and international during which are promoted the tasty traditional products resulted from the Mangalita pig meat. Mangalita pig has a history of over 200 years. Its meat is almost as healthy as the salmon. - "Cheese of Brăduleţ" Festival - Brăduleţ - Arges The event takes place over three consecutive days, in three villages: Gales, Bradet and Brăduleţ. In each day of the festival, the village which hosts the event is promoting his own values related to the local cultural identities, including: homemade cheese, cheese, cottage cheese, the curd cheese from başchiu and more. - The Trout Festival, Ciocăneşti – Suceava The National Festival of Trouts includes a series of complex manifestations such as fishing sport contests, culinary competitions, a beautiful contest of anecdotes and jokes, the folk parade, folk performances and entertainment, exhibitions, tastings, brass bands, balls, rustic and traditional meals. - Figs Festival, Svinita – Mehedinti The festival aims to promote the local products from figs and multiethnic culture of the Danube Gorge. Among the activities included in the program are: presentation and tasting of traditional products from figs, jam, brandy, fresh figs, figs cakes, fruit picking, the folk parade and some folk performances provided by artistic group of Clisura Danube and from Serbia .
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A few reasons to visit South Africa A few reasons to visit South Africa A few reasons to visit South Africa A few reasons to visit South Africa A few reasons to visit South Africa A few reasons to visit South Africa
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A few reasons to visit South Africa
A few reasons to visit South Africa
Durban, South Africa
Durban, South Africa
Type : Touristic Guides
South Africa is a wonderful country, so I am going to enumerate some reasons, which I hope to convince you to visit it. I urge you to visit South Africa because you will be able to visit and admire the following: Safari, exotic animals, Zulus, football, rugby, extreme sports, incredible beaches, parks, hotels and restaurants of the highest quality, some of the best wines in the world and an overwhelming history. First of all you should not miss the Kruger National Park -a park considered a veritable heaven for thousands of years. For the South African hunters and gatherers, the Kruger National Park, has become today one of the largest and most famous natural reserves of the world. Here you can admire 1982 plant species, 517 bird species, 147 mammal species and 114 species of reptiles, including 3000 crocodiles. In the park can also be found 350 African wild dogs, a species of which there are less than 400 copies. South Africa has the biggest baobab in the world. The tree about I will tell you, is in the small village of Modjadjiskloof, in the north and is one of the main attractions of Limpopo municipality. Its age exceeds 6000 years, making it even older than the Egyptian pyramids. What is interesting about this tree is one of his characteristics… the more older he is, the trunk remains empty inside, but this does not affect his existence. Today, in the great auditorium of the tree it is a bar with a capacity of 60 seats. Does it seem a lot? Then I must tell you that today, the baobab circumference is 47 meters, and his height is around 22 meters. Among other interesting places to visit, I suggest you the Südwind Caves. These are located in the province of Mpumalanga, in the east of South Africa. The Südwind Caves are considered the oldest caves in the world, with an age that exceeds 240 million years. Moreover, the rocks that form the walls of the caves dates from the Precambrian, being formed 3.8 billion years ago. Südwind Caves host today some beautiful concerts, and offers the tourist a journey of 5 hours among some of the rarest and most beautiful creations of nature, including the famous Crystal Room, made of aragonite crystals. If you are among the lovers of water, sand and sun, you should not miss the Durban beaches. Here you will find palm trees, golden sand, huge waves - ideal for surfing, lagoons with calm waters in which to spend time with family, five-star hotels, luxury apartments and one of the largest and wealthiest ports of the world, all in a warm climate throughout the year, specific of the Indian Ocean. These are just a few reasons to visit South Africa ... but of course there are many more! Do not forget to take your camera, you will remain with some great memories!
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Where do we eat in Sighisoara, Romania Where do we eat in Sighisoara, Romania Where do we eat in Sighisoara, Romania Where do we eat in Sighisoara, Romania Where do we eat in Sighisoara, Romania Where do we eat in Sighisoara, Romania
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Where do we eat in Sighisoara, Romania
Where do we eat in Sighisoara, Romania
Sighisoara, Romania
Sighisoara, Romania
Type : Touristic Guides
Being one of the only walled city in Romania that are still standing upright in good condition and even inhabited Sighisoara gather every year thousands of Romanian and foreign tourists. Sighisoara is one of the cities from Transylvania that deserve a visit even for a few hours. From the Fortress up to the streets and old buildings, all breathes the rich history of the area. And because every tourist needs a break to get a snack and recharge the batteries, I will recommend you a tree options full of personality for the lunch or dinner. Joseph T Restaurant & Wine Bar The hotel restaurant, Central Park, from Sighisoara is an excellent choice for a relaxing meal for lunch or a romantic dinner extended, due to its location in downtown, near the park at just 150 meters from the Clock Tower and the Medieval Fortress. Joseph T Restaurant &Wine Bar is unique because here the tourists are encouraged to taste some of the most noble wines of the area. Location: Sighisoara, str. 25 Hermann Oberth Cuisine: American, French, Mediterranean, Romanian. Casa cu Cerb (The House with Stag) The Restaurant House with Stag is easy to find thanks to the outer painting representing a deer in size. Placed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, initially built as a home wooden frame in the thirteenth century and modernized in the seventeenth century house with deer, is open as a restaurant and as a cultural center Roman-German for 17 years. Among the specialties prepared worth mentioning primarily the deer steak, extremely popular among both the Romanian and foreign tourists. Location: Sighisoara, Str. Scolii no. 1 Cuisine: Romanian, traditional. Casa Dracula (Dracula's House) Located in the town center, near the tower, the restaurant is in one of the oldest buildings in town, lived in the house where ruler Vlad the Impaler. Besides the traditional food prepared according to the local customs and served in generous portions, the restaurant The house of Dracula has to offer and a unique experience, customers can ask to visit Vlad Tepes room. Location: Str. Cositorarilor, no. 5 Cuisine: international, Romanian The three restaurants that I presented caught my attention very much, but are not the only ones. In the center of Sighisoara you will find many more locations, both very nice coffee shops and restaurants surrounded by a lovely atmosphere.
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Cyber Security Tips for Traveling Abroad with Mobile Electronic Devices
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Cybersecurity tips for travellers
Cyber Security Tips for Traveling Abroad with Mobile Electronic Devices
Paris, France
Paris, France
Type : Safety
Cyber Security Tips for Traveling Abroad with Mobile Electronic Devices Note: This web page is intended to outline steps, tips, and guidelines that you can use to protect yourself, your information, and your mobile devices when you travel abroad. Introduction To maintain contact with work, family, and friends, most persons, when traveling abroad prefer to use a mobile electronic communication device(s). Mobile electronic devices such as laptops, cell phones, and tablets, when taken abroad, may be successfully attacked with malware and automated attack tools. These devices, even when kept current with security software, may not be able to thwart such an attack. As part of a renowned research university, NDSU's faculty, scholars, and staff often travel abroad for research, collaboration, continued study, or to present at national gatherings. When traveling to certain countries where there is strong scientific competition, the country is not on friendly terms with the United States, there is civil unrest or political discord, or where violence and crime are prevalent, they may become victims of cyber-attacks, cybercrime, monitoring or surveillance. This is particularly true if the individual is engaged in classified or proprietary research in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) program. Institutional leaders who are politically or religiously active, fluent speakers of the language, and individual tourists may also be actively targeted. Acknowledgement Credit and appreciation given to Joe St. Sauver, Manager for Internet 2 Nationwide Security Programs and the InCommon Certificate program, for allowing the use of large excerpts from his articles "Travel to Destinations other Than China or the Russian Federation," and Cyber Security and Travel to China or the Russian Federation," March, 2012. Frequently Asked Questions What can happen to my mobile electronic devices when I travel abroad? What can I do to protect myself, my electronic devices, and my information when I am traveling abroad? Are there additional tips and guidelines that I can use when I travel to countries that are less than friendly or there is civil unrest, or where crime and violence are prevalent? Are there other resources where I can find information on the country(s) that I am planning to travel to? What can happen to my mobile electronic devices when I travel abroad? Depending on where you plan to travel to, electronic communication devices, when taken abroad, may be subject to involuntary official govermental review and possible duplication of the hard drive's contents. NDSU and University System policies require that any hard drive which contains personally identifiable information, financial, proprietary, or intellectual property be encrypted. Use of encryption to protect information may be forbidden in some countries. And, if your encryption product allows you to "hide" information, those "hidden" areas can be detected, and you could be subject to criminal charges by the country's government. Because it is difficulty to monitor encrypted traffic, use of secure ("https") websites and/or use of virtual private networks (VPNs) may be blocked by some countries. Attempts to circumvent national censorship of certain websites, such as some mainstream western social media sites, is discouraged. If you are found to be using a product to circumvent the blocking of censored websites, you may be warned, have your electronic devices confiscated, or you may become subject to criminal charges. Personal privacy may not be respected. Even private spaces such as hotel rooms, rental cars, and taxis may be subject to video, audio, or other monitoring. This type of surveillance may be able to track your whereabouts, what you may be doing, what's on your electronic device, and what you may be entering into it. Conversations either in person or on a phone may be monitored. Local colleagues may be required to report any conversations held with foreigners. What can I do to protect myself, my electronic devices, and my information when I am traveling abroad? The guidelines and recommendations listed below outline and define steps you can take to protect yourself, your information, and your electronic devices. If possible, do not take your work or personal devices with you. Use a temporary device, such as an inexpensive laptop and/or a prepaid "throw away" cell phone purchased specifically for travel. If you must take your electronic device(s) with you, only include information that you will need for your travel. Be sure that any device with an operating system and software is fully patched and up-to-date with all institutional recommended security software. When not in use, turn off the device(s). Do allow them to be in "sleep" or "hibernation" mode when they are not in active use. Be sure to password or passcode protect the device. Do not use the same passwords/passcodes that you use on your work and personal devices. The password/passcode should be long and complex. Minimize the data contained on the device. This is particularly true of logins and passwords, credit card information, your social security number, passport number, etc. Assume that anything you do on the device, particularly over the Internet, will be intercepted. In some cases, encrypted data may be decrypted. Never use shared computers in cyber cafes, public areas, hotel business centers, or devices belonging to other travelers, colleagues, or friends. Keep the device(s) with you at all times during your travel. Do not assume they will be safe in your hotel room or in a hotel safe. Upon returning from your travels, immediately discontinue use of the device(s). The hard drive of the devices should be reformatted, and the operating system and other related software reinstalled, or the device properly disposed of. Change any and all passwords you may have used abroad. Are there additional tips and guidelines that I can use when I travel to countries that are less than friendly or there is civil unrest, or where crime and violence are prevalent? Before you travel: Tape over any integrated laptop cameras, or disable them. Physically disconnect any integrated laptop microphones Install a privacy screen on your laptop to discourage "shoulder surfing." Disable all file sharing. Disable all unnecessary network protocols (e.g., WiFi, Bluetooth, infrared, etc.) Backup any data you may have stored on the device. Leave unneeded car keys, house keys, smart cards, credit cards, swipe cards, or fobs you would use to access your work place, or other areas, and any other access control devices you may have at home. Clean out your purse or wallet of any financial information such as bank account numbers, logins and passwords, any RFID cards (including U.S. Government Nexus "trusted traveler" cards) should be carried inside an RF-shielded cover. If you need to send and receive email while traveling, create a temporary "throw away" account on Microsoft Outlook or a similar service before you travel. Additional smart tips for traveling abroad in less than friendly countries: Do not send any sensitive messages via email. Limit or avoid making or receiving voice calls, using voice mail, instant messaging, text messaging, or sending and/or receiving faxes. Are there other resources where I can find information on the country(s) that I am planning to travel to? There are several good resources to review when planning to travel abroad. They include: An informative brochure published by the FBI that covers information and suggestions for business trave abroad. Click here to read the brochure. The U.S. has a website where you can check the safety and security level of the country(s) you are planning to travel to. Click here to go to the link. Many governments track international conditions and provide advice and information for those considering travel. Note that countries view risks differently, or have different levels of insight into particular regions. It might be in your best interest to review all of the recommended websites below for current conditions relating to the country or countries to which you're planning travel. The British Foreign Office's Travel Advice by Country Canada's Forign Affairs and International Trade Travel Reports and Warnings Australia's Smartraveller Travel Advisory Service
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Ski slopes in Romania – Part I Ski slopes in Romania – Part I
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Ski slopes in Romania – Part I
Ski slopes in Romania – Part I
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Type : Road trips
Below you can find the most beautiful Ski slopes from Romania. Alba County Vârtop 1 - located in Arieseni with a length of 1000 meters Vârtop 2 - located in Arieseni with a length of 420 meters Bihor County Stana de Vale - located in Stana de Vale with a length of 550 meters Bistrita Nasaud County Tihuta 1 -located in Piatra Fantanele with a length of 380 meters Tihuta 2 -located in Piatra Fantanele with a length of 800 meters Tihuta 3 -located in Piatra Fantanele with a length of 300 meters Brasov County Bran 1 -located in Bran with a length of 700 meters Bran 2 -located in Bran with a length of 700 meters Bradul -located in Poiana Brasov with a length of 500 meters Drumul Roşu -located in Poiana Brasov with a length of 4600 meters Kanzel -located in Poiana Brasov with a length of 310 meters Lupului -located in Poiana Brasov with a length of 2850 meters Ruia -located in Poiana Brasov with a length of 550 meters Slalom -located in Poiana Brasov with a length of 550 meters Stadion -located in Poiana Brasov with a length of 300 meters Subteleferic -located in Poiana Brasov with a length of 2200 meters Sulinar -located in Poiana Brasov with a length of 2450 meters Cioplea -located in Predeal with a length of 200 meters Clăbucet Plecare -located in Predeal with a length of 2100 meters Clăbucet Sosire -located in Predeal with a length of 800 meters Clăbucet Variantă -located in Predeal with a length of 790 meters Clîbucet Scoală -located in Predeal with a length of 200 meters Cocoşul -located in Predeal with a length of 2250 meters Gârbova -located in Predeal with a length of 900 meters Subteleferic -located in Predeal with a length of 1200 meters Trei Brazi -located in Predeal with a length of 300 meters Caras-Severin County Nordica (Caldare) -located in Muntele Mic with a length of 1200 meters Sub Teleschi -located in Muntele Mic with a length of 3300 meters Valea Soarelui -located in Muntele Mic with a length of 760 meters Crucea de Brazi -located in Valiug with a length of 750 meters Goznuţa -located in Valiug with a length of 700 meters Semenic -located in Valiug with a length of 350 meters Slalom -located in Valiug with a length of 520 meters Slalom Uriaş -located in Valiug with a length of 1200 meters Cluj County Mare -located in Baisoara with a length of 1200 meters Slalom -located in Baisoara with a length of 300 meters Feleac -located in Feleacu with a length of 765 meters Gorj County Rânca Medie -located in Ranca with a length of 550 meters Rânca Uşoară -located in Ranca with a length of 650 meters Harghita County Lobogo -located in Baile Homorod with a length of 400 meters Baile Tusnad -located in Baile Tusnad with a length of 500 meters „Prichindelul” -located in Borsec with a length of 814 meters „Speranţa” -located in Borsec with a length of 680 meters „Verofeny”-located in Borsec with a length of 814 meters Csipike -located in Harghita Bai with a length of 400 meters Kosut -located in Harghita Bai with a length of 630 meters Kosut 2 -located in Harghita Bai with a length of 800 meters Kosut 3 -located in Harghita Bai with a length of 1000 meters Miklos -located in Harghita Bai with a length of 200 meters Ozon -located in Harghita Bai with a length of 300 meters Tofalvi -located in Harghita Bai with a length of 200 meters Izvorul Mureşului -located in Izvorul Muresului with a length of 620 meters Bradul -located in Toplita with a length of 1000 meters Măgheruş -located in Toplita with a length of 460 meters
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What it is good to know when we visit a natural park? What it is good to know when we visit a natural park? What it is good to know when we visit a natural park? What it is good to know when we visit a natural park? What it is good to know when we visit a natural park? What it is good to know when we visit a natural park? What it is good to know when we visit a natural park?
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What it is good to know when we visit a natural park?
What it is good to know when we visit a natural park?
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Type : Safety
Whenever I visited a natural park or a natural monument, I was amazed by the behavior of some tourists. Well for this I decided to write a few things you should know when you decide to visit such an area. The national parks are places where the owners are plants and animals that live here. We, the humans we are just the guests. Our primary concern should be to protect them. This is the main objective of a national park, all activities, including tourism, should lead to this goal. We are not the hosts here; we are just visitors in their world. If we do not care where we go and leave in their "house", traces of our passing, everything's fine. But are we all do this? Our main concern should be the protection of all the living creatures which live here. Leaving aside what we are not allowed to do, still remains a lot of things that we can do and we can enjoy. I'm sure that many of you know that the Earth and other forms of life would live much better without us... the humans. Here are some things we need to know when we visit these beautiful natural parks: - First of all we need to know where is the administrative headquarters, the visitor centers and information boards; - Visiting the Natural Park without pay the visitation tax, is prohibited; - Camping is allowed only in specially designated and signposted by the park administration, after paying the fee for camping. Digging ditches around the site of a tents is prohibited; - Fire lighting is permitted only in the specially designated places; - It is forbidden to leave the marked tourist routes and other routes approved and marked - For lighting the fire, you are strictly prohibited of gathering or deforestation of woody vegetation of any kind; - It is strictly prohibited burning the plant residues at a distance of less than 100 m from the park limit; - It is prohibited the abandonment of waste of any kind on the Park area; - The tourists have the obligation to collect the waste they generate during their visit in the Park. The wastes will be discharged outside the park in the places for collection or special containers placed at the entrances and exits of the park; - The use of radios, cassette players, musical instruments, and other audio equipment, the throw downs and other sources of noise pollution that causes disturbing the peace or the nature and wildlife trails or other tourists on the camping is prohibited; - It prohibits the movement of bicycles on roads, other than those marked for that purpose; - The movement of vehicles of any kind (motorized or not) is only allowed on public roads, but also on the authorized forest roads up to the signs or barriers that limit the access; - The bathe as well as the the use of detergents, in the rivers or in the lakes of the park, are prohibited. Also, washing the vehicles in the waters of the park area, is prohibited. - It prohibits the destruction or degradation of the facilities of in the park: boards, signs, markings, etc; - It is forbidden the degradation of the refugee, shelters, culverts, barriers, or any construction or development from the Park territory. - Is strictly prohibited the dislocation, the sampling of rocks, fossils and vegetation, goods being considered from the national patrimony ever since their discovered, constituting the state property; - Tourism and educational activities are permitted only in compliance with the Park Regulation; - It is strictly prohibited the voluntary or involuntary feeding of the wild animals; - If there are requests for the visited several specific habitats of the protected species of flora and fauna and/or reservations, travelers will be accompanied necessarily by the field agents or tour guides; - Capturing species of wild fauna from the park is not allowed. It is not permitted the destruction of lairs, bird nests or the collecting of their eggs; - The field agents, the specialized guides or the group leaders have the obligation to prohibit the access to specified routes in the following situations: a) group too large; b) unfavorable weather conditions; c) inadequate equipment; d) flood hazard; e) people with inadequate physical or mental condition. All visitors will receive information regarding the schedule, the visit, duration, the route determined,, the equipment required, any changes to the program and various scientific or technical information concerning the the trail of the visit. Access of minors will be made only accompanied by specialized guides or parents, who will assume responsibility for any incident or accident. All visitors will have to respect this Regulation, otherwise their access to the natural parks shall not be permitted.
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Zacatecas del Folclor Internacional Zacatecas del Folclor Internacional Zacatecas del Folclor Internacional Zacatecas del Folclor Internacional Zacatecas del Folclor Internacional
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Festival
Zacatecas del Folclor Internacional
Zacatecas, Mexico
Zacatecas, Mexico
Type : Touristic Programs
In each year at the end of July or the beginning of August, Zacatecas, becomes a city of celebration, that brings together a lot of folklore groups from all over the world. Folkloric groups from various countries and numerous states in Mexico offer representations of their culture and traditions in dance, crafts and cuisine. I had the pleasure to participate at this festival, in my opinion, one of the biggest festivals in the world. I was pleasantly surprised by his beauty. From the information I have received, every year, the festival from Zacatecas hosts 15-20 dance groups from foreign countries usually including Europe, Asia, Canada, and South America, but also 10-15 groups from various Mexican States. Festival Zacatecas del Folclor Internacional has been held since 1996 to commemorate the anniversary of the founding of the city of Zacatecas in 1546, whose Historic Center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993. During this festival the whole city is full of scenes. All the markets, large and small, are specifically designed for the performances of the groups. Besides Zacatecas, two more cities will prepare for celebration. Through rotating all the groups, will perform in two other large cities near Zacatecas: Fresnillo and Guadalupe. Performances are also spread through many other smaller villages across this very large state. If you visit zacatecas in this during this period you will be pleasantly surprised. You will be able to admire a variety of traditional costumes and a multitude of colors. Here you will find all the traditional dances from around the world, executed with a lot of passion, love and professionalism. It will be 10 days full of tradition and celebration. The festival will begin with a beautiful parade of the groups. It will start from a corner of the city and will passes through the entire historical center of Zacatecas stopping near the great cathedral, where each group will present their country with a dance. After each their country introduced herself and the festival will be officially opened by the Governor, the evening will conclude with a nice fireworks and the representatives of the countries will be in the middle of the city population, waving their flags. Every day the groups will be divided into various parts of the city. The scenes are beautifully arranged in big and open places. For me it was an unforgettable experience. I participated with folkloric group from which I belonged. All I can say is that it was the best festival I attended. As a dancer I can say that I felt like a goddess. Everyone was very hospitable, people were very sociable, very good oragnizarea was on stage I felt that in the seventh heaven. At every show we danced for thousands of people. I have not seen so many people gathered together never.. The folkloric groups that participated at this festival have shown a lot of love for everything related to folklore and tradition. It was amazing to see so many customs and traditions, so many so many dances and costumes that actually leaves you ....speechless/no comment. The people of Zacatecas were amazingly hospitable. This are the people who love the folklore and the traditions, people who believe that traditional dances are the most precious thing and they are right. The traditions of each country are extraordinary. You can see it and you can feel it, only if you take part to a festival like this. If you are on holiday in this time of year and you want to visit Zacatecas, I warmly recommend you do not miss this festival. Besides the attractions of this city, the festival Zacatecas del Folclor Internacional has a place of honor, both locally as well as globally My advice: Do not miss this festival and do not forget the camera !!! So much beauty you will not see in other part of the world
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The Fortress of Bologa, Cluj County, Romania The Fortress of Bologa, Cluj County, Romania The Fortress of Bologa, Cluj County, Romania The Fortress of Bologa, Cluj County, Romania
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The Fortress of Bologa, Cluj County, Romania
The Fortress of Bologa, Cluj County, Romania
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Type : Other
Bologa village, a wonderful place at the foothills of Vladeasa mountains, where I spent the most beautiful part of my childhood. Bologa is a village in the county of Cluj, Transylvania, Romania (Latin Resculum; in Hungarian: Sebesvár). Here are the ruins of a Roman camp and a medieval fortress. The Fortress of Bologa (Sebesvar) near Huedin is less than an hour away from Cluj, a fortress practically like in the Verne's novels. Smothered by wild vegetation and ignored by the majority of Romanians, Bologa's fortress sits perched on a ridge today hardly accessible, from where you can see the surrounding valleys. Hard to believe the ivy cover the walls, but Bologa is one of those fortresses that really felt the meaning of war. Where you put that at some point it belonged to Mircea cel Batran, located hundreds of kilometers further south ?! The fortress of Bologa first appears in the official documents in 1319. It was built, most likely in the late thirteenth century, across the river from the old ruins of a Roman fortress. With its massive stone walls and four towers, The fortress of Bologa had the role of supervising the road leading along the valley Crişului Repede (Repede = Quickly). King Sigismund donated the Fortress of Bologa to Mircea the Old (Mircea cel Batran) in Brasov after the signing of the treaty of alliance against the Ottoman Empire in 1399. Strategic point on road that leads to Oradea, the fortress served as a refuge for local people in times of need. It gained prominence in the seventeenth century, when the Ottomans conquered Oradea and prevent the action for tax collection. Sultan ordered its demolition, but the order was not carried out. It was destroyed later, by the Lobonts, by explosion. The tower and much of the remaining walls still standing. In the middle of the twentieth century the tower lost its roof, probably the last wooden element of the ruins. All that's left is stone. With its great walls and two towers remained standing The fortress of Bologa reminds us today its former importance. Some personalities of the past associated with the place: Charles Robert Anjou, Sigismund of Luxembourg, Mircea the Old, Istvan and Ladislau Banffy of Losonc and Károly Kos (architect).
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A few things you didn't known about the most famous tourist attractions of the world
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Paris, France
Paris, France
Type : Safety
Before I visit a country, I research all the aspects of that country that I want to visit. I analyze all the aspects: the social aspect, the cultural aspect and of course the touristic aspect. Well, traveling a lot and being keen to know more news about the wonderful tourist attractions of the world, I thought to make a little list of some things less know about some of the most visited tourist points in the world. 1) The Great Wall of China is very steeply A hike along the Great Wall of China does not seem to be a challenge too high for most of the tourists. The old construction has many steep parts and it can be difficult to cross than it looks in the pictures. One section requires the climbing of four thousand stairs, just to get to the lowest point of access. Sometimes the walk along the Great Wall of China is very exhausting for most of the visitors. 2) The fast-foods around the pyramids of Egypt, have their scammers The Egyptian constructions, reminiscent of the ancient civilization, are among the most popular tourist attractions in the world. The large number of visitors attracts many scammers who try to take advantage of the tourists inattentiveness. One of their tactics is to provide the cheapest camel rides, and later to request exorbitant prices for the descending. 3) Mona Lisa is admired much harder than you think Mona Lisa, also known as Gioconda, is considered to be the best known and most visited masterpiece in the world. Designed by Leonardo da Vinci, probably between 1503 and 1506, the painting is exhibited in the Louvre Museum in Paris. Following the theft of the painting in 1911, and numerous attempts to vandalize it, Mona Lisa is located behind a bulletproof glass pane and you can not stay too close to the famous work. The large number of visitors admiring the Mona Lisa makes it even more difficult. 4) The ruins of Pompeii are not protected by tourists Even though they are the oldest and are some of the most well-preserved remains from the Roman Empire, tourists are allowed to touch the ruins and even to sit where they want. More recent incidents, including the collapse of Gladiators House, have provoke reactions and allegations of negligence on the part of the Italian authorities. Let's try to change this and if you visit this special place and you see visitors who take advantage of these ruins, let' tell them that it is not good, and maybe, doing this, we can change something. 5) Dead Sea baths can be unpleasant The Dead Sea is a salted lake located between Palestine, Israel and Jordan. One of the most saltiest water body of the world, the lake attracts many tourists every year. The extreme salinity of the sea can be unpleasant and even if the sinking is almost impossible, causes many accidents, sometimes deadly. Authorities recommended that tourists wear waterproof sandals, to avoid the eye contact the face contact and must not shave before because the sensitive skin also the small cuts may be affected by salt. Also, visitors are advised only float on the back and not try to swim, and if they swallowed saltwater, they are requested to contact the lifeguards. 6) Iguazu waterfalls water may be brownish Located on the border between Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu River waterfalls are considered to be some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. The reputation and most of the pictures remind us of the turquoise water and the sparkling waterfalls but in some places, their color is closer to that of Brazilian coffee. All this because of deforestation and of the heavy rains. 7) How to climb the Eiffel Tower in a fast way The construction made by the architect Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World Fair in Paris, is one of the most famous landmarks in the world. Because of the large number of visitors, those who want to climb with the famous elevator in the tower have to wait around two hours in line. A faster and cheaper method involves climbing on the stairs to the second level, where you can take the elevator to the last observation deck, located at the height of 276 meters, with no standing in line. The walk can be difficult for those who are not used with the movement, because until the second level are over 600 steps to climb. 8) The Leaning Tower of Pisa began to sit straight The construction of the tower began in the twelfth century and ended two hundred years later. The building began to incline since the lifting of the second level because of the poor quality of the foundation and soil. The Italian authorities have decided to take measures in the last century, especially after the collapse of the tower of Pavia, in 1989. Since then, the tower was turned by more than 45 centimeters and recently stopped moving for the first time in its history. 9) The Statue of Liberty - to visit the statue you must have a reservation To climb to the crown of the famous statue, made by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi at the end of the nineteenth century, it is necessary to prepare yourself from time. Reservations are nominal and hard to obtain, and the access of the bigger groups of four is not allowed. Also, a person can not visit the statue more often than once every six months. 10) The gardens of Versailles are more interesting as the palace The Palace of Versailles, built by Louis XIV, the Sun King, is a symbol of the opulence of the Ancient Regime in France. The gardens of Palais, which stretch over eight million square meters, are at least more interesting and worth to be visited separately. 11) To be admired "The Last Supper" you must have a rezervation Just as with the Statue of Liberty, the famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci requires advance preparations. "The Last Supper" is a mural, done in the late fifteenth century, which is located in the old dining hall of the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie from Milan. Reservations must be done with two months before, and the tourists are allowed to admire the work of da Vinci for 15 minutes. 12) The Old Faithful geyser is erupting less frequently The famous geyser from the Yellowstone Park was named Old Faithful, because of the predictability of eruptions. In recent years, the interval between two eruptions increased significantly, reaching around 91 minutes. 13) You can not take photos in the Sistine Chapel The Sistine Chapel, decorated by Michelangelo in the sixteenth century, houses one of the most famous murals in the world. Although it is visited by a large number of tourists every year, they can not take pictures inside, even for additional charges. 14) The hikes through the Grand Canyon are dangerous The Grand Canyon in the United States offers amazing views and many tourists are not satisfied to be photographed on the brink, they prefer to go hiking in the area. US officials warns that the temperatures range greatly, some routes are difficult and dangerous trips for inexperienced travelers. Around 250 people are saved each year in the Grand Canyon. 15) It's hard to take a picture at the Fontana di Trevi It's really difficult to take a picture at the Fontana Trevi, due to the large number of tourists. One solution would be to visit the famous fountain in Rome at night
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Travelling to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (Roissy)
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Roissy CDG Ariport to/from Paris
Travelling to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (Roissy)
Paris, France
Paris, France
Type : Transport
My personal preference goes to LeCab.fr or Uber to go to the airport/city since I do not like to take public transportation with luggage; My 2nd option in case you wish a more economical way would be AirFrance Buses or RoissyBus. PRIVATE DRIVER A new transportation service that became very popular since 2013, and which offers a service of Private Driver in between Limo services and taxis, but at the price level of taxis. You will have the driver waiting for you at the airport with your name on a panel, the fee is fixed and prepaid by Credit Card when booking so no need to pay anything to the driver. The cars are clean and you have an ipad to choose the music you wish (LE Cab),… www.lecab.fr When the car is booked in advance through the mobile application, the driver will wait for you with a sign with your name on it at the arrival gate. If you informed your flight number at the reservation, the driver will adapt in case of delays. The fares are fixed and will not change in case of traffic and all payments are done through the mobile app by Credit Card. From Paris to Roissy CDG: 48 EUR From Roissy CDG to Paris: 53 EUR www.uber.com You need to book your car upon arrival ideally when you received your luggage (you cannot book in advance). You usually have many Uber cars available at the airport and it should not take you more than 10 minutes to get picked up. When your car is allocated, you can reach the driver by phone and choose a meeting point, usually at the departure level. The fares are fixed and will not change in case of traffic and all payments are done through the mobile app by Credit Card. Uber X (professional driver): count 50 EUR from Roissy CDG and around 35 EUR from Orly Uber Pop (non professional driver): count 35 EUR from Roissy CDG and 25 EUR from Orly www.chauffeur-prive.com When the car is booked in advance through the mobile application, the driver will wait for you with a sign with your name on it at the arrival gate. If you informed your flight number at the reservation, the driver will adapt in case of delays. The fares are fixed and will not change in case of traffic and all payments are done through the mobile app by Credit Card. Normal Car: 45-50 EUR Luxury Car : 70-80 EUR TAXI  Paris Taxis These cover Paris and 3 bordering departments (Hauts-de-Seine - department 92, Seine-Saint-Denis - department 93, Val-de-Marne - department 94).  Suburban Taxis These cover Paris and 4 bordering departments (Essonne - department 91, Val-d'Oise - department 95, Yvelines - department 78, Seine-et-Marne - department 77). Be careful: coverage Surburban Taxis is only if you have booked in advance the race with a taxi company. Only taxis located at the gates officially mentioned with signs are allowed to take customers. These taxis can be identified by the "Taxi light" on the roof of the vehicle. If you are approached by people posing as taxi, when leaving the baggage claim area, we invite you to decline any proposal of transportation. Fares: From CDG or to the Paris centre: €55-60 in normal traffic conditions Increased fares: Allow for an increase of about 15%: - between 19:00 and 7:00 in the morning (suburbs) - between 17:00 and 10:00 in the morning (Paris) - on Sundays and Public holidays BY « CARS AIR FRANCE » (BUS): • Line 2: Etoile - Porte Maillot - Aéroport Paris-Charles de Gaulle Les Cars Air France stops:  Porte Maillot: Boulevard Gouvion St Cyr, Porte Maillot metro station  Place de l'Etoile: 1, Avenue Carnot, Charles de Gaulle Etoile metro station  Paris-Charles de Gaulle: - Terminal 1: Exit 32 on the Arrivals level - Terminal 2A-2C: Exit C2 - Terminal 2E-2F: Exit E8 or F9 - Terminal 2G: this terminal is linked to Terminal 2F (Entrance 2.10) by the free N2 shuttle bus. The N2 shuttle bus runs from 05:30 to 23:00. Maximum service frequency: every 6 minutes.Average journey time: 15 minutes - Terminal 3: get off at Terminal 1 and take the free CDGVAL shuttle train to the Terminal 3 stop. Service frequency: every 30 minutes Fares: Single: €17 / Return: €29 / Children (2-11): €8.50 /No charge for children under 2 Youth fare(-25 years) and Group ( 4 passengers or more): €14.50 Line 2 useful links: >Buy your ticket now ! > All practical information on Les Cars Air France • Line 3: Paris-Orly - Paris-Charles de Gaulle Les Cars Air France stops:  Paris-Orly: - Paris-Orly West - Entrance D - Paris- Orly South - Entrance K  Paris-Charles de Gaulle: - Terminal 1: Exit 32 on the Arrivals level - Terminal 2A-2C: Exit C2 - Terminal 2B-2D: Exit B1 - Terminal 2E-2F: Exit E8 or F9 - Terminal 2G: this terminal is linked to Terminal 2F (Entrance 2.10) by the free N2 shuttle bus. The N2 shuttle bus runs from 05:30 to 23:00. Maximum service frequency: every 6 minutes. Average journey time: 15 minutes - Terminal 3: get off at Terminal 1 and take the free CDGVAL shuttle train to the Terminal 3 stop. Service frequency: every 30 minutes . Paris-Charles de Gaulle - Paris-Orly: 05:55 to 22:00 (frequency 30 minutes), every day . Paris-Orly - Paris-Charles de Gaulle: 06:30 to 22:30, every day Fares: Single: €21.00 / Return: €35.50 / Children (2-11): €10.50 / No charge for children under 2 Youth fare (-25 years) and for groups of 4 passengers or more: €18.00 Line 3 useful links: >Buy your ticket now !» > All practical information on Les Cars Air France • Line 4: Gare Montparnasse or Gare de Lyon - Aéroport Paris-Charles de Gaulle Les Cars Air France stops:  Gare Montparnasse: Rue du commandant Mouchotte, "Gare Montparnasse" metro station  Gare de Lyon: 20 bis boulevard Diderot, "Gare de Lyon" metro station  Paris-Charles de Gaulle: - Terminal 2A-2C: Exit C2 - Terminal 2B-2D: Exit B1 - Terminal 2E-2F: Exit E8 or F9 - Terminal 2G: this terminal is linked to Terminal 2F (Entrance 2.10) by the free N2 shuttle bus. The N2 shuttle bus runs from 05:30 to 23:00. Maximum service frequency: every 6 minutes. Average journey time: 15 minutes - Terminal 3: get off at Terminal 1 and take the free CDGVAL shuttle train to the Terminal 3 stop. Service frequency: 30 minutes Paris-Charles de Gaulle - Montparnasse: Paris: 06:00 to 22:00 (frequency 30 minutes), every day Montparnasse - Paris-Charles de Gaulle: 06:00 to 22:30, every day Fares: Single: €17.50 / Return: €30.00 / Children (2-11): €9.00 / No charge for children under 2 Youth fare (-25 years) and Group (4 passengers or more): €15.00 Line 4 useful links: >Buy your ticket now !» > All practical information on Les Cars Air France BY BUS • 350 BUS: Bus connecting Paris-Gare de l'Est with Roissypôle. Fares: 3 tickets t+ are required for the journey from Paris >> Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle airport Journey time: 45 to 60 minutes Frequency: - Monday to Friday: every 15 - 30 minutes - Saturday: every 20 - 30 minutes - Sunday and public holidays: every 25 - 30 minutes. • 351 BUS: Bus connecting Paris-Nation with Roissypôle RER station. Fare: 3 tickets t+ are required for the journey from Paris >> Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle airport Journey time: 45 to 60 minutes Frequency: - Monday to Friday: every 15 - 33 minutes - Saturday: every 26 - 35 minutes - Sunday and public holidays: every 26 - 33 minutes. BY RER Rail link between Paris (Denfert-Rochereau, Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame, Gare du Nord) and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport . A free CDGVal LRT shuttle connects the stations with the airport terminals. Fare: € 9.50 (Forfait Navigo zones 1-5 accepted) Stops: - The station « Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1 » serves terminals 1 and 3. - The station « Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 - TGV» serves terminals 2 ACDEF and G. - Terminal 2G is linked to terminal 2F (entrance 2.10) by the free N2 shuttle (average journey time : 15 minutes). Journey time: - approx. 25 minutes from Gare du Nord - approx. 28 minutes from Châtelet-Les-Halles - approx. 35 minutes from Denfert-Rochereau. Frequency: every 10-15 minutes on weekdays BY NOCTILIEN NIGHT BUS Noctilien night bus connecting Paris Gare de l'Est to Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. Fare: € 7.60 (Forfait Navigo zones 1-5 accepted) • Noctilien N140 • Noctilien N143 Noctilien night bus stops at Paris-Charles de Gaulle: - Terminal 1: Entrance 8 - TGV Station - Terminal 3: Roissypole bus station - Terminals 2 A,C,D and E: the terminals are linked to Terminal 2F by the pedestrian walkway (average journey time: 8 minutes) and the free N1 shuttle bus (runs from 04:30 to 01:30 - average journey time: 8 minutes). - Terminal 2 G : the terminal is linked to Terminal 2F by free N2 Shuttle.
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Different options to Travelling to and from Paris-Orly Airport
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Transport from/to Paris and Orly airport
Different options to Travelling to and from Paris-Orly Airport
Paris, France
Paris, France
Type : Transport
My personal preference goes to LeCab.fr or Uber to go to the airport/city since I do not like to take public transportation with luggage; My 2nd option in case you wish a more economical way would be AirFrance Buses or OrlyBus. TAXI  Paris Taxis These cover Paris and 3 bordering departments (Hauts-de-Seine - department 92, Seine-Saint-Denis - department 93, Val-de-Marne - department 94).  Suburban Taxis These cover Paris and 4 bordering departments (Essonne - department 91, Val-d'Oise - department 95, Yvelines - department 78, Seine-et-Marne - department 77). Be careful: coverage Surburban Taxis is only if you have booked in advance the race with a taxi company. Only taxis located at the gates officially mentioned with signs are allowed to take customers. These taxis can be identified by the "Taxi light" on the roof of the vehicle. If you are approached by people posing as taxi, when leaving the baggage claim area, we invite you to decline any proposal of transportation. Fares: From or to the Paris centre: €35-45 Increased fares: Allow for an increase of about 15%: - between 19:00 and 7:00 in the morning (suburbs) - between 17:00 and 10:00 in the morning (Paris) - on Sundays and Public holidays PRIVATE DRIVER A new transportation service that became very popular since 2013, and which offers a service of Private Driver in between Limo services and taxis, but at the price level of taxis. You will have the driver waiting for you at the airport with your name on a panel, the fee is fixed and prepaid by Credit Card when booking so no need to pay anything to the driver. The cars are clean and you have an ipad to choose the music you wish (LE Cab),… The 10 EUR difference between taking this service from the Airport to the city includes the parking fees and a 30 minutes waiting time by the driver at the arrivals gate. www.lecab.fr When the car is booked in advance through the mobile application, the driver will wait for you with a sign with your name on it at the arrival gate. If you informed your flight number at the reservation, the driver will adapt in case of delays. The fares are fixed and will not change in case of traffic and all payments are done through the mobile app by Credit Card. From Paris to Orly: 37 EUR From Orly to Paris: 47 EUR www.uber.com Uber X (professional driver): count 35 EUR from Orly Uber Pop (non professional driver): count 25 EUR from Orly You need to book your car upon arrival ideally when you received your luggage (you cannot book in advance). You usually have many Uber cars available at the airport and it should not take you more than 10 minutes to get picked up. When your car is allocated, you can reach the driver by phone and choose a meeting point, usually at the departure level. The fares are fixed and will not change in case of traffic and all payments are done through the mobile app by Credit Card. www.chauffeur-prive.com When the car is booked in advance through the mobile application, the driver will wait for you with a sign with your name on it at the arrival gate. If you informed your flight number at the reservation, the driver will adapt in case of delays. The fares are fixed and will not change in case of traffic and all payments are done through the mobile app by Credit Card. Normal Car: 35-40 EUR Luxury Car : 50-60 EUR BY « CARS AIR FRANCE » (BUS): • Line 1: Gare Montparnasse/Invalides/Etoile - Paris-Orly Les Cars Air France stops:  Gare Montparnasse: Rue du commandant Mouchotte, "Gare Montparnasse" metro station  Invalides: rue Esnault Pelterie, "Invalides" metro station  Place de l'Etoile: 1 Avenue Carnot, "Charles de Gaulle Etoile" metro station  Paris-Orly: - Paris-Orly West - Entrance D on the Arrivals level - Paris Orly South - Entrance L Service frequency: Every 20 minutes Etoile to Orly: 05:00 to 22:40 / Orly to Etoile: 06:00 to 23:40 Journey time: 01:00 Fares: Single: €12.50 / Return: €21.00 / Children (2-11): €6.50 / No charge for children under 2 Youth fare (-25 years) and Group (4 passengers or more): €10.50 Line 1 useful links: > Buy your ticket now > All practical information on Les Cars Air France • Line 3: Paris-Orly - Paris-Charles de Gaulle Les Cars Air France stops:  Paris-Orly: - Paris-Orly West - Entrance D - Paris- Orly South - Entrance L  Paris-Charles de Gaulle: - Terminal 2A-2C, Entrance C2 - Terminal 2B-2D, Entrance B1 - Terminals E and F, Entrance E8 or F9 - Terminal 2G, travel to terminal 2C on the free N3 shuttle bus from Entrance 4 The N3 shuttle bus runs from 05:30 to 23:00, every 6 minutes, average journey time: 12 minutes. - Terminal 3: get off at Terminal 1 and take the free CDGVAL shuttle train to the Terminal 3 stop. Service frequency: Every 30 minutes CDG to Orly: 05:55 to 22:30, every day / Orly to CDG: 06:30 to 22:30, every day Journey time: 01:15 Fares: Single: €21.00 / Return: €35.50 / Children (2-11): €10.50 / No charge for children under 2 Youth fare (-25 years) and for groups of 4 passengers or more€18.00 Line 3 useful links: > Buy your ticket now > All practical information on Les Cars Air France ORLYBUS (SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE BETWEEN PARIS-ORLY AIRPORT AND PLACE DENFERT-ROCHEREAU). Fare: € 7,20 (Forfait Navigo zones 1-4 accepted) Frequency: Every 15- 20 minutes. Journey time: 30 minutes TRAM LINE 7 The tram line 7 connects the Villejuif-Louis Aragon, terminus of the 7 subway line, the future hub of exchanges bus / tram Athis-Mons, through Paris-Orly airport. The travel time from one end to the other of the line is 35 minutes. The line operates 7 days 7 to 5:30 to 0:30. At peak hours, the frequency will be higher with 6 minutes only between two trains. ORLYVAL (RAIL LINK BETWEEN PARIS (DENFERT-ROCHEREAU, SAINT-MICHEL-NOTRE-DAME, GARE DU NORD) AND PARIS-ORLY AIRPORT . A FREE ORLYVAL SHUTTLE (ORLYVAL) CONNECTS THE STATIONS WITH THE AIRPORT TERMINALS). Fare: € 11.30 (Rer+Orlyval)Forfait Navigo zones 1-3 accepted until Antony. (special fare for Orlyval: € 8.70) Frequency: Every 20 minutes. Journey time: 25 minutes
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Mexico City Mexico City Mexico City Mexico City Mexico City Mexico City Mexico City Mexico City Mexico City
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Zocalo
Mexico City
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Type : Other
Zócalo or Plaza de la Constitucion is the central square of Mexico City. This square is the beating heart of Mexico's capital. The Zócalo is among the largest squares in the world - 57,600 metres² (240 m × 240 m). This beautiful square can hold more than 100,000 people. Since 1982, Zócalo has become the scene of a number of artistic and cultural events. This area of Zocalo, occupies this open space since the Aztec periode. This area was the center of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan. The 4 sides of the huge square of the "Zócalo" are defined by the most important buildings in the history of Mexico: To the north-east - Templo Mayor - remains of the most sacred temple of the Aztec symbol of the power of the gods and the Aztec emperor on his people To the north - Catedral Metropolitana - a Christian response to the colonizers installed on the site of the ancient temple, a symbol of the Catholic Spanish rule To the east - the National Palace – and his huge Mexican flag, the seat of political power In the south - the Federal District buildings In the west - the Old Portal de Mercaderes At the north-west corner - the Nacional Monte de Piedad building. In the centre of the square, you will find an enormous Mexican flag ceremoniously raised at 8am by the soldiers of the Mexican army, then lowered at 6pm and carried inside the National Palace. Today the square is one large empty space, which is used for festivals, parades and demonstrations. Finally, the most impressive of Mexico City downtown, remains all the streets and markets that extend all around. The "Zocalo" was already the largest market place in Central America from the time of the Aztecs and the center has not lost its dynamism and attractiveness. You will often face difficulties in make your way into the permanent markets cluttering the streets. Do not forget to look up to admire the huge colonial palaces that follow one another in the nearby streets. Many museums and departments are located in these ancient palaces, and therefore you can easily return and visit them. The "Zocalo" is accessible by metro to the "Zócalo" station. You can also get off at "Alameda" or "Bellas Artes" and you will walk through the street "5 de Mayo".
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What can you do in Ghent during the Gentse Feesten (Ghent Festival of Flanders)
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Ghent
What can you do in Ghent during the Gentse Feesten (Ghent Festival of Flanders)
Ghent, Belgium
Ghent, Belgium
Type : Touristic Programs
Ghent can be visited any time of the year because it has always something to offer, but if you want to get a real ''taste'' of the city than you should really visit it during the Gentse Feesten (the Ghent Festival of Flanders). In a nutshell, the Gentse Feesten is a music and theatre festival , organized each year in July. During the 10 days of the festival this towns is bursting with life (especially during night). Awkwardly, during the day the town is really quiet, most shops are closed and you can hardly see any people in parks, cafés or other public places. This was really strange to me (until I've got the hang of it) and I had to ask one of my local friends where are all the people? He was surprized by my question, saying that this is something normal in Ghent during the Gentse Feesten, during the day people rest and during the night they party). At around 6 pm the restaurants, cafés and streets are starting to get crowded and there are tourists everywhere especially in the city center. The music is getting louder and louder and you know that another night of the festival had started! Besides the music, there are also street acts, which are pretty cool to watch. During this festival you can try out some foods that are typical for Belgium. My personal favorites were the cuberdons (or as the locals say Gentse neuzen) which are a typical Belgian candy. You will find this only in Belgium and you have to try them there! They are really perishable, can't be kept for more days and you can't take them home with you. You can try also the famous waffles, French fries, many-many different types of chocolate or go with delicacies like snails. One things is sure, you will drink a lot of beer!
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Rotterdam - the city with an impressive skyline
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Rotterdam
Rotterdam - the city with an impressive skyline
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Type : Town information
If you visit Rotterdam you will be amazed at how different it can be from the rest of the Netherlands. Honestly, I didn't expect to find here such modern architecture, especially after visiting Amsterdam. With all its skyscrapers it resembled more to an American city than a Dutch one! The modern architecture is due to the fact that during the Second World War it was bombarded, so the whole town had to be rebuilt. Although it didn't quite fit into the picture I've had in mind of Dutch towns, I can say that it is absolutely worth visiting. All Rotterdammers (and not only) know the saying :'' Money is earned in Rotterdam, distributed in The Hague and spent in Amsterdam'', which emphasizes how important the economy of Rotterdam is. Not only the economy, but also the culture of the town is continually growing (did you know that it was the European Capital of Culture in 2001?). Rotterdam is not only the second largest town of the Netherlands, but it has one of the largest ports in the world (it was also one of the buzziest until the first place was taken over by Shanghai). If you want to have a thorough view of the port and the city you should go to the Euromast. The view from there is like no other and you can see very well the port od the city. Actually Rotterdam looks better from above than from below. Another sight you shouldn't miss (and you certainly can't!) is the Erasmus Bridge. This is the most impressive bridges I have ever seen! Be sure to take a picture of it! Other sights you have to visit are the Cube Houses, the Old Harbour, the Boijmans van Beuningen museum, the zoo, the Fotomuseum. For the rest just wander on the streets, you'll find certainly something to see. Another good tip: visit the city through the Spido boat tour. No matter which way you choose to visit it, Rotterdam will certainly offer an unforgettable experience!
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Mudflat hiking in the Frisian Islands
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Frisian Islands
Mudflat hiking in the Frisian Islands
Frisian Islands, Netherlands
Frisian Islands, Netherlands
Type : Walking tours
The Frisian Islands is a chain of islands in the northern part of the Netherlands, which I've visited 3 years ago. I was with a group of friends and we have participated to the mudflat hiking ( the famous ''wadlopen'' of the Dutch). At first I really doubted that hiking in the mud can be fun, until I finally tried it. If the Dutch can do it I can do it! In the beginning it might be a little bit frightening, but it is fun once you get the hang of it. However, you will have to be well-equipped for this sport. They will tell you to wear boots, but I think that sport shoes or sneakers are better, because after a while the boots can get heavy from all the mud making it really difficult for you to keep up with the guide. From the weight of the boots you can get stucked in the mud, which isn't a pleasant feeling. Don't buy new shoes for mudflat hiking, at the end of the tour you will have to throw them away for sure! For the equipment as well wear clothes that are not new, because you will get really dirty. A guide will take you across the islands when the water is low. Mudflat hiking alone can be really dangerous, you have to know exactly when the tide comes and which are the spots that are safe. Sometimes the guide would tell us that we have to hurry up to get to a safe place before the tide. All in all, I can only tell that it was one of the greatest experiences so far. This sort of hiking is just perfect for teambuildings (you will need each others help when the first person gets stuck in the mud) but also for a day spent with family or friends. Take the risk, you won't regret it!
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Useful tips on how to get around in Amsterdam
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Public transport in Amsterdam
Useful tips on how to get around in Amsterdam
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Type : Town information
When you are in a new city the first thing that causes you problems is public transport. This is why whenever I travel to a new place I try to find as many information as possible on buses, trains, trams etc. Even so I get always in the situation to ask a passer-by for extra information. This is why I want to share with you my experiences with public transport in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam. Amsterdam is a really nice city, definitely one of my favorite and the one with the most funny memories. In this capital you have many options for the public transport: you can take either the metro, tram or bus or my favorite, the bike. The metros, buses and trams run from 6 am until 12:30 am. If you have to go somewhere after 12:30 am, to the airport for example, there are special night buses with limited service, they start around 1 am. Where do you buy your tickets from? Well in general in the case of buses and trams you can buy a ticket from the driver and if you want to go somewhere with the metro you will buy your ticket from the machines youl see at the entrance to the metro station. The metro is pretty much the same as in any other country. Tickets in Amsterdam can be tricky for a tourist. With a single ticket you can travel for an hour and it will cost you 2.80 €. Be careful if you have to change buses or trams, you have to check out from the first tram/bus in order to be able to check in on the next one, otherwise your ticket will be blocked. For me it was a bit unusual until I’d got used to it. If you have traveled to London you probably know that they have the same system. If you have to make more than two journeys you should really go with the 24 hour ticket costing 7.50 €. This can also be bought from the driver and I recommend it to each tourist. You’ve probably heard of the famous OV- Chipkaart which was introduced from 2011. Public transport can be really cheap if you have an OV-Chipkaart, but in my opinion it is not as cheap for tourists. If you live in Amsterdam or plan on staying a month or more, than you can make an OV-Chipkaart, but for only one or two weeks it is not worth it. First of all, you have to make a card (fill and send an application form in Dutch ), pay for that card and than put money on it so that you could travel by bus or tram. It’s true that you have various discounts and for a longer period of time it is the best way to get around in Amsterdam. As in the case of tickets the same goes for the OV-Chipkaart, you have to ckeck-in and check-out every single time! If you forget to check out you will lose around 4 € from your card. However, you have many other optionsl, you can buy ticket from one to seven days. The prices vary: 1 day 7.50 €, 2 days 12 €, 3 days 16.50 €, 4 days 21 €, 5 days 26€, 6 days 29.50 € and 7 days for 32 €. By knowing exactly what type of ticket you need you can save some money. If you plan on visiting many museums than the Iamsterdam card is your best option. I had this while I was in Amsterdam and I have to say that this card makes it easy to explore the city, to visit many museums. Moreover, with the Iamsterdam city card you can go by train and visit the towns and places that are close to Amsterdam, like the Zaanse Schans or Haarlem. Plus, at the end of your Amsterdam visit you can keep it as a souvenir.
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Reasons to visit Harghita county Reasons to visit Harghita county
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Harghita county
Reasons to visit Harghita county
Harghita, Romania
Harghita, Romania
Type : Touristic Guides
If there is a county I love in Romania that is Harghita. The reason? Its richness of natural landscapes. Here are my reasons to visit Harghita county. Firstly, the very important Cheile Bicazului-Hăşmaş is located in this county. Situated in the Eastern part of Transylvania this depression is surrounded by the Eastern Carpathians therefore having colourful landscapes in every season. The springs of two important rivers, the Olt and the Mureş can be found in the Cheile Bicazului-Hăşmaş. Secondly Harghita county is very well-known for its mineral springs, which can be found in a great number in this region. We can even say that this is the land of baths and springs. It has a number of internationally recognized resorts like Tuşnad, Borsec or Praid and all of them are a good place for you to spend those warm days of summer. Thirdly, Harghita county has something to offer for every season of the year. I’ve already mentioned summer, but what about winter? Well, it turns out that the winter sport lovers are lucky because many places from Harghita county are ideal for winter sports. If you prefer luxury you can make a reservation at a hotel, but I would recommend to search for a mountain cottage and you will be amazed how wonderful the atmosphere can be there! In the big cities you can go for a hotel, but in this natural landscape I think that the cottage fits best! Moreover, it is the land where traditions are still kept, for example the folk culture of the county goes back hundreds of years and the ancient traditions are kept from generation to generation. There are also many institutions which aim to preserve all these traditions. By traditions I mean arts like spinning, wood carving, pottery. In Harghita county you will fall back in time and leave our developed and technology oriented world behind.
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 The cavers` paradise
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The Apuseni Nature Park
The cavers` paradise
Parcul National Apuseni, Romania
Parcul National Apuseni, Romania
Type : Touristic Guides
Among the nature parks that should be visited in Romania, we can include the Apuseni Nature Park, which is considered to be the cavers` paradise because of the fact that it has one of the most interesting cave fauna in the country. Although several caves of the Apuseni Nature Park have been closed down, there are also many that can be visited. Those who have a fascination for geology can certainly visit this place. The most famous cave of the Apuseni Nature Park is the Scǎrişoara Cave, which is famous for its 3000 year old ice deposits. The whole cave is not open for visitors, only about 250 m of it. If you want to discover the authentic village life, go back to simplicity, to the still preserved traditions I would recommend one of the villages of the Arieş Valley. In villages like Albac, Garda and Arieseni you will find skilled artisans who carve musical instruments and houses from the local wood. In this traditional village way of life you will find tranquility and peacefulness. The famous Alps horns are used for generations in the Apuseni Mountains and in the village called Patrahaitesti you will have even the occasion to hear them. In my opinion the Apuseni Nature Park is a unique place, where you should stay for a few days ( the best way is to rent a cottage). By staying at a cottage you will manage to escape the everyday rush and enjoy the simple things in life. After all, getting off the beaten track can’t do any harm!
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