Chile Entry Requirements

Chile – entry requirements Passport: is generally required for traveling in Chile. According to franciscogardening, the passport (or the temporary passport) must be valid for at least 6 months when entering Chile. An identity card is not sufficient to enter Chile. Visa : Citizens of EU countries, Turkey and Switzerland do not need a visa… Read More »

Norway Transportation

Airplane: a network of domestic flights connects the roughly 50 Norway airports from Kristiansand in the south to Longyearbyen and Ny Alesund (Spitzbergen) in the north. Flights within Norway are offered by Widerøe, Danish Air, for example transport Norwegian, Coast Air and SAS Braathens. Ship: Norway has an excellent ferry system. By ferry or speedboat,… Read More »

Rome, Italy

The former center of the Roman Empire and today’s capital of Italy lies on the Tiber and has 2.6 million residents. It is the political and cultural center of the country and at the same time the hub of rail and air traffic. With its historical and cultural attractions, Rome is one of the most… Read More »

Luxembourg Overview

A small Western European state, Luxembourg has been disputed by neighboring powers since its constitution (10th century). After alternating vicissitudes of annexations and territorial divisions, Luxembourg was established in the Grand Duchy (1815), acquiring full independence in 1867. A country with a pro-European vocation, Luxembourg participated directly in the major political-economic events of the continent,… Read More »

Myanmar Culture

CULTURE: TRADITIONS Despite the ethnic diversity of the groups that make up its population, Myanmar retains an almost intact folklore characterized by a certain unity, given by Buddhist spirituality. In worldly life, one of the most characteristic features is hospitality, which can also be referred, like many family traditions, to the Buddhist faith. The position… Read More »

Information about Seychelles

With one paradise island after another, the Seychelles is the closest you can get to a holiday on a pristine tropical island. Here you can enjoy some of the world’s best, most beautiful and most romantic beaches in peace and quiet. For the active traveler, there are also unique opportunities for diving and water sports. Visit… Read More »

Comoros History and Culture

HISTORY Reached by the Arabs perhaps in 980, in the century. XVI the Comoros islands were visited several times by the Portuguese, but no permanent European settlements were made on them until the century. XIX, when in 1804 the island of Anjouan (Nzwani) was occupied by order of Napoleon. The other islands were occupied by… Read More »

Afghanistan Culture

Evidence of urban culture (Afghan art), such as Mundigak near Kandahar, existed on the soil of what is now Afghanistan as early as the Bronze Age. Above all in Bactria on the upper and middle Oxus (Amudarja), rich cities blossomed in pre-Christian times, in which Persian, Greek or Hellenistic and Indian influences crossed, as can… Read More »

Bhutan Economy and Culture

ECONOMY According to a2zcamerablog, Bhutan is a country located in Asia. Bhutan is still a country structured on a feudal basis; the first hydroelectric power plant (in Thimphu) dates back to 1967 and admission to the Universal Postal Union in 1972. Although it has retained relative autonomy, it is economically and technically dependent on India,… Read More »

Trogir (World Heritage)

The Dalmatian port city goes back to around 385 BC. BC founded Greek colony back. Today’s old town documents a settlement that has persisted since pre-Christian times and contains excellent examples of Romanesque-Gothic architecture. The city center is on an island. Highlights include the Romanesque-Gothic cathedral, the campanile, the Ćipiko palace, the city loggia, the… Read More »

Ruined City of Taxila (World Heritage)

Taxila is the most important North Pakistani archaeological site, where three city complexes came to light. The oldest, Saraikala, dates from the 6th century BC. It was built in 326 BC. Conquered by Alexander the Great. It was followed by Sirkap in the 2nd century BC. BC and Sirsukh in the 2nd century AD. In… Read More »

Bagan, Myanmar Sightseeing

The historical temple complex of old Bagan Of course, not all of the historical structures that have survived around the ancient city of Bagan can be described. The following tiny selection only briefly introduces the most important ones. Ananda Temple This Buddhist temple was built in 1091 under the rule of King Kyanzittha. The name… Read More »

Aachen, Germany City Highlights

Aachen Cathedral The cathedral of Aachen was completed in the year 800 and has been the symbol of the city ever since. According to franciscogardening, Aachen is a city located in Germany bordering with Belgium and the Netherlands. This is the coronation church of the German kings and at the same time the burial place of Charlemagne… Read More »

United Kingdom Travel Warning

TRAVEL WARNING Overview Great Britain / United Kingdom Country-specific safety information With regard to international terrorism and terrorist threats in connection with the situation in Northern Ireland (” Irish-related terrorism “), the British security authorities have set five warning levels: (1) Low – attack is unlikely, (2) Moderate – attack is possible but not likely,… Read More »

Cities and regions in Morocco

The Moroccan regional administration is divided into the 12 regions Tanger-Tétouan-Al Hoceïma, Oriental, Fès-Meknès, Rabat-Salé-Kénitra, Béni Mellal-Khénifra, Casablanca-Settat, Marrakech-Safi, Drâa-Tafilalet, Souss-Massa, Guelmim- Oued Noun, Laâyoune-Sakia El Hamra and Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab, which are divided into a total of 13 prefectures and 62 provinces, each ruled by a governor appointed by the king. A specialty of Morocco… Read More »

NATO on Kosovo and Afghanistan

Military actions other than traditional defense of one’s own country’s borders have long been controversial within NATO. From the American side, during the 1990’s, there was sometimes strong criticism of peacekeeping operations, which was based on a desire that the country would not be involved in European crises and wars that did not directly affect… Read More »

WHO

The WHO works for the well-being of people and deals with issues related to medical research, diseases such as HIV and tuberculosis, pandemics and coordination of aid efforts in humanitarian crises. Introduction Standing for World Health Organization according to abbreviationfinder, WHO is the UN’s specialist body for health issues. The organization’s goal is to work… Read More »

The 10 most beautiful holiday destinations in Europe

Europe has many tourist strongholds to offer. But if you want to spend your own vacation away from crowds and predetermined tourist offers, the following places are recommended. La Graciosa – Spain The island of La Graciosais only one kilometer north of the Canary Island of Lanzarote. In contrast to this popular holiday destination, La… Read More »

The 10 largest caves in the world

Caves have a great fascination with humans and are often popular attractions for tourists. A cave is a natural cavity created by geological processes in a rock formation that is large enough that people can enter it. Primary caves, such as lava caves, are created simultaneously with the surrounding rock, secondary caves are created later… Read More »

Scotland Special Buildings

Edinburgh Parliament House Parliament Square, Edinburgh, EH1 1RF Tel. 0044- (0) 131-225 2595 The Parliament House was built in the 17th century. The Scottish Parliament met in this building in the Old Town until 1707 and the Union of England and Scotland. Attractions inside are the great hall, which is still used by lawyers today,… Read More »

Wales: Currency, Shopping and Exchange Rate

Like Great Britain, Wales does not belong to the euro zone. The national currency of Great Britain is the pound sterling (British pound), or GBP for short. The following banknotes are valid and in circulation in the country: 5 10 20th 50 pounds sterling Conversion rate The current exchange rate to the euro can be… Read More »

Kosovo Covid Pandemic

Corona pandemic, overthrow of the Kurti government and constitutional conflict While in most other countries of the world the hour of the executive had struck during the corona crisis and the party political actors temporarily put their fundamental differences and disputes aside, in the spring of 2020 pandemic management, government crisis and international tensions in… Read More »

Cambodia Economic Sectors

Agricultural economics 45 percent of the 8.2 million people in employment work in agriculture, and the contribution to gross domestic product is around 25 percent. As is not unusual for Asian monocultures, rice is grown on 3.05 million hectares, which corresponds to 70 percent of the usable area for agriculture, which in most parts of… Read More »

5 Must in Cala Galdana

Cala Galdana is a family-friendly resort with a long, beautiful beach filled with white sand. It is located on the south coast of Menorca in a bay shaped a bit like a horseshoe. The water is clear and turquoise to the color. In some places there are incredible rock formations that have taken on their… Read More »

Attractions in Greece

Santorini Santorini is an island that is considered the pearl of the Greek islands . It is actually a seething volcano that is inhabited. Here you will find the classic motifs that adorn the numerous postcards. You have to see Oia , because here are the white houses with the round, blue domes. Also go… Read More »

Philippines Explorer

Join us on a journey to the sunny archipelago of the Philippines! During the tour you will visit some of the most beloved islands and you will experience the fantastic nature of the Philippines and get to know the country’s fascinating culture and history. But above all, get a chance to enjoy some of Southeast… Read More »

Garden trip to China

There is a saying that goes: “If you want to see China as it was 2,000 years ago, you should visit Xi’an, if you want to see China as it was 1,000 years ago, you should visit Beijing, if you want to see China today are you going to visit Shanghai! ” On our tour… Read More »

In the footsteps of the Vietnam War

Join us on a journey in the footsteps of the Vietnam War from Hanoi in the north to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) in the south! It has been more than 40 years since the end of the Vietnam War on April 30, 1975, when the US-backed regime in the South Vietnamese capital, Saigon, surrendered… Read More »

Protaras Travel Guide

Protaras is a quiet beach resort. The sun shines on the best beaches of the island of Cyprus up to 320 days a year. Protaras is a popular holiday destination in the south-east of the island of Cyprus. Protaras is located on the sidelines of larger cities, but in the smaller island state, the distances are… Read More »

SIGHTS OF ANTALYA

FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN ANTALYA It is easy to travel to Antalya from Finland, as you can get there not only by scheduled but also by leisure flights. Antalya is a popular destination for sudden departures There are good flight connections to Turkey from Finland, especially in summer. Package trips are also made to… Read More »

Barcelona Travel Guide

The finest adjectives are loose when it comes to describing Barcelona. Here you can indulge in delicious food, look at magnificent architecture, get exciting experiences, and imagine Europe’s best nightlife. Below you can read everything you need to know when you want to go on a city break to Barcelona. Barcelona – Europe’s best city?… Read More »

Zimbabwe Religion and Languages

Apartheid colonization In 1889, the Ndebele King Lobenguela received the English adventurer and millionaire Cecil Rhodes. Against weapons, a lifetime pension and a steamer, the King gave British South Africa Co. (BSA) monopoly on exploration and extraction of the country’s mineral resources. The BSA was Rhodes’ personal property. The colonization of Zimbabwe was thus initiated.… Read More »

Zambia Religion and Languages

On the so-called miombo water, there are, among other things, African elephant, African buffalo, sable antelope, larger kudu, giraffe and common zebra. Rhinos have been hunted hard for the horns and are now very rare. Predators include: spotted hyena, jackals, hyen dog, lion, cheetah, leopard and serval. The large amounts of termites on the miombose… Read More »

Yemen Religion and Languages

Population Yemen had an average population density of 54 residents per km 2 in 2019, but the population is concentrated to the larger cities and to the fertile coastal regions. As a result of the unrest in the region, the population figures are uncertain. Since the 1990s, the country has received a large number of… Read More »

Western Sahara Religion and Languages

The traditional forms of life were increasingly disintegrating, and so were the ties and relationships that had existed between different tribes, though the colonial administration maintained a latent division of them through its formal recognition of the tribal leaders (Shiujs) and prominent people. The personal identification system contributed to this, as the national identity documents… Read More »

Vietnam Religion and Languages

Population The average population density is 288 residents per km2. But that figure is highly misleading because a very large part of the population lives in the two river valleys and in the delta areas. Particularly densely populated is the area around the Red River in the north, where the density may in some parts… Read More »

Venezuela Religion and Languages

Population Venezuela has a population density of 32 residents per km2, but the majority of the population lives in the coastal inland. The urbanization rate is one of the continent’s highest (88 percent, 2017). The largest cities are Maracaibo (1.9 million, 2012), Caracas (1.9 million), and Valencia (1.4 million). According to Countryaah, Venezuela has one… Read More »

Vanuatu Religion and Languages

In December 2010, the government had to step down after losing a vote of confidence. New Prime Minister became Sato Kilman. However, he held off only for a new distrust vote in April 2011. The following months were marked by several different governments as various courts dismissed the sitting government. After several replacements, however, Kilman… Read More »

Uzbekistan Religion and Languages

According to Countryaah, Uzbekistan houses a number of ancient agricultural centers such as Coresma (at the upper reaches of the Amú-Darya River), Maveranajr (between the Amú-Darya and Sir-Darya rivers) as well as the Fergana Valley. The first state formation around these centers took place in the 10th century BCE The population and language was Indo-European.… Read More »