place of sacrifice will remain
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
Not far from the capital of Great Britain, next to the mystical county of Devonshire in the Salisbury Valley, there is an ancient monument – Stonehenge. It dates from the 3rd millennium BC. Pass and not notice this place is impossible. Stonehenge is represented by several huge stone blocks arranged in a certain order.
Turprom has selected the most interesting facts about Stonehenge for you to inspire you on new interesting trips to the British Isles! So:
Who built Stonehenge and why?
One legend says that the complex was built at the behest of the wizard Merlin during the reign of King Arthur. Continue reading