Valle d’Aosta, a tiny region in northwestern Italy, is an ideal place for those who love mountains and winter sports. There are 20 ski areas, a variety of ski slopes with a length of 800 kilometers, 156 lifts and several winter parks.
Thanks to a single Aosta Valley Skipass ticket, guests of the region will have access to all sports facilities, as well as see the majestic peaks of the Alps, surrounded by crystal clear lakes, picturesque valleys and cozy mountain villages. For example, Monte Bianco, Monte Cervino, Monte Rosa and Gran Paradiso.
In Valle d’Aosta there are several famous ski resorts with the most incredible slopes – from short routes on low slopes to long ones on glaciers. For example, Breuil-Cervinia on the border with Switzerland, La Thuile, Monte Rosa near France and Courmayeur at the foot of Monte Bianco and Pyla, which can be reached by cable car from Aosta. Continue reading
There is no doubt that every traveler has a reason to look at the Singapore Calendar of Events 2020, regardless of interests and hobbies. Gourmets, researchers, history and culture fans, adventurers, party-goers and shopping enthusiasts will be able to make a whole year ahead of this route from the discoveries and experiences that they will have in Singapore.
Particularly colorful streets of Singapore Chinatown appear, of course, during the celebration of the Chinese New Year. This year, the Chinese New Year LightUp festival will delight residents and visitors with jewelry with gilded coins and flowers, as well as handmade sculptural lanterns in the shape of twelve Chinese zodiac animals. The exciting spirit of the holiday will fill the noisy streets of the quarter from January 4 to February 22. Continue reading
Swimming in the Dead Sea in Israel can be at least unpleasant and at least fatal, if you do not follow certain rules. Travelers who have already been there explain how to safely enjoy this natural wonder.
At first glance, the Dead Sea looks like a picture from a dream or from a tourist catalog. Passing through the desert Judean plain, the traveler sees the turquoise blue silent water appearing behind the sand dune. Every day, thousands of tourists reach this unique place. But not everyone knows about the danger that lurks in this wonderful pond. In fact, the water of the Dead Sea is so poisonous that people can die by taking a few large sips.
Reason: the water here has a huge salt content, more than 30%. For comparison: in the Mediterranean salt is only 3%. For this reason, in the Dead Sea you can swim on the water or read a newspaper on the surface. However, a high concentration of minerals affects the human body as a poison. Continue reading