The most visited European countries
Europe is a continent located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere. It comprises the westernmost part of Eurasia and is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and Asia to the east. Source: wikipedia.org.
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Guide to Brazil
Brazil is the largest country in South America with an area of more than 8.5 million square kilometers and one of the most culturally diverse and most populous countries in the world. An eclectic mix of Portuguese, European, Native American, African, Asian and Middle Eastern immigrants has lived harmoniously in Brazil for generations. Many are surprised to find that Sao Paulo has the largest Japanese community outside of Japan, while the highest concentrations of Germans and Italians live in the south in Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina.
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Guide to Canada
Canada is the largest country in the Western Hemisphere and the second largest country in the world after Russia. The country is divided into ten provinces and three territories and is home to more than 37 million people. This huge country on the North American continent has a number of superlatives that we will try to show you. Basic information about Canada Tourist visa Mandatory ETA registration is required before departure more information Autumn At the end of September you can admire the magnificent colors of maple forests and other tree species více o počasí Canadian Dollar The course is around 18 CZK for 1 CAD more information Tickets from 11000 CZK Price of a ticket from Prague more information Why go to Canada Canada is one of those countries that attracts all the right people for the right reasons.
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Guide to Cuba
Cuba is located in Central America and is the largest island of the Greater Antilles archipelago. It is one of the last countries in the world to be ruled by a totalitarian regime. Therefore, Cuba is one of the most popular winter exotic destinations and attracts its visitors with its history, nature and culture. Only here you can see functional cars from the 50s driving on half-empty and neglected roads, enjoying a cocktail and cigar in hand on the beautiful sandy beaches and in the evenings listening to beautiful Cuban music and dancing salsa.
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Guide to Iceland
If you are a landmass who is attracted by the distance and you cannot choose between available Europe or distant America, Iceland is the right place to go. The island lies in the middle of two tectonic plates right on the border of the Arctic Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean, so it can be said that it is exactly in the middle. And that is the real compromise. Basic information Tourist visa Visa not required more information May to September The most favorable weather is the summer months.
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Guide to Italy
Italy is located in the southern part of Europe on the Apennine Peninsula and has been a popular destination in Europe for many decades. The total land area is 301,338 km. Italy also includes 458 surrounding islands stretching in the seas washing the coast of Italy. Eighty of them are inhabited. The most famous are Sicily, Sardinia, Elba, Ischia or Capri. Italy is a country full of historical monuments, beautiful and sunny beaches, as well as excellent food and wine.
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Guide to New Zealand
New Zealand, Maori Aotearoa, is a state in the southwestern part of the Pacific Ocean, Pacific. It consists of two large islands, North and South, and other smaller islets. The nearest neighboring state is about 2000 km distant Australia. Basic information about New Zealand Tourist visa For a stay of up to 3 months no visa, but NZeTA registration more information December to March Optimal months for travel.
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