Tours in Spain - Valencia
One of the largest cities in Spain, Valencia, is located on the Mediterranean coast in…

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Eternal summer
Dominicana Tour No matter how trite it may sound, but arriving in the Dominican Republic…

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Tours in Spain - Valencia
One of the largest cities in Spain, Valencia, is located on the Mediterranean coast in…

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Tourist Tunisia
In North Africa there is a country that since antiquity has attracted interest from wealthy…

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A walk through Vietnam
For modern tourists, the countries of the East and Asia are very attractive, since they…

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passport and boarding pass

Excursions in transit or where the tourist will be offered a free trip during the connection of flights?

Flights with a “long” transfer – not the most favorite offer from tourists. However, at some airports, “getting stuck” for a few hours may be an added bonus to travel, because a number of air ports offer tourists not only endless rows of duty-free shops and cafes, but also free sightseeing tours, thanks to which you can replenish your traveler’s collection with one more destination point, often very nontrivial.

But let’s start with the familiar hub of our tourists – Istanbul Ataturk Airport. Here, free tours of Istanbul, however, are available only to tourists of flights of the Turkish national carrier “Turkish Airlines” and provided that they wait for a transfer from six hours to days. By the way, including this concerns transfers from domestic flights. In order to get on a free tour of Istanbul, tourists will need a passport, boarding pass, as well as some luck – you have to catch the registration of the tour before it starts. Continue reading

Tourist Israel
For millions of believers all over the world, the holy land of Israel unites inseparably…

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The most terrible places in the world
There are many mystical places on earth that cause fear and horror in people. They…

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Summer holidays in Crimea
Crimea as a resort began to develop in the second half of the XIX century.…

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