Holidays in the Galapagos Islands
Galapagos Islands - an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean, 972 km west of Ecuador, consisting of 19 large and small islands. A large number of tourists the archipelago attracts with…

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From Forte dei Marmi to Saint-Tropez in One Day
The serene Tuscan landscapes, despite their splendor, sometimes begin to seem monotonous - at such moments you want to refresh your impressions of Italy a little, for which a short…

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History of Travel and Tourism
2000 years before Christ, in India and Mesopotamia Trade travels have existed since the beginning of civilization. At that time, the port of Lothal was an important center of trade…

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The history of tourism: from the XVII century to the present day

In the seventeenth century, the popularity of spas grew in the UK and a little later on the European continent, as people began to learn more about the therapeutic quality of mineral water. Treatment at the resort quickly acquired the character of an indicator of social status. Resorts have somewhat changed in essence, since the reason for the arrival was just the pleasure. They have become an important center of social life of high society. In the nineteenth century, they were gradually replaced by coastal holiday homes.

Sun, sand and beach resorts

Sea water has become associated with good health. Therefore, the first visitors to health resorts drank it and did not bathe in it. At the beginning of the eighteenth century, small marine hospitals appeared in the UK, where travelers drank and bathed in sea water. Due to the overcrowding of resorts within the country, the popularity of new sea hospitals has increased. Continue reading

Ecotourism in Spain
Traditional holidays in Spain are associated with sunny weather and prestigious hotels in Spain, the beaches of the Mediterranean coast, Spanish football and bullfighting, for which tourists get visas and…

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Mexico
The official name is the United Mexican States — a state in southern North America bordering the United States in the north, Belize and Guatemala in the southeast, washed in…

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From Forte dei Marmi to Saint-Tropez in One Day
The serene Tuscan landscapes, despite their splendor, sometimes begin to seem monotonous - at such moments you want to refresh your impressions of Italy a little, for which a short…

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The history of tourism: from the XVII century to the present day
In the seventeenth century, the popularity of spas grew in the UK and a little later on the European continent, as people began to learn more about the therapeutic quality…

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