Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in southern Vietnam with a population of about 8 million people, which is constantly growing due to visitors from all over the country.
The metropolis has several informal names. Due to its importance in cultural, economic and industrial life, it is called the Southern Capital. For the French colonial past, expressed in architecture, – eastern Paris. Locals and tourists often use the former name Saigon.
The weather in Ho Chi Minh City is determined by the subequatorial climate, so you can visit this colorful and diverse city in any season. All year round, the temperature is confidently kept at +30 ° С. At night in the winter months it can get colder up to + 22-24 ° С. The heat peak occurs in April and May. Even in the shade, the sun Continue reading
Milan is the capital of the Lombardy region, the second largest city in Italy, an important financial and economic center of the country. It is considered the world capital of fashion, design and shopping. Favorable purchases of delusional things is one of the important reasons that attracts thousands of guests here. But the main point of attraction is still the cultural attractions of the city and the special atmosphere that fills the narrow streets, magnificent squares, ancient houses and cathedrals.
In Milan, a humid subtropical climate dominates with a wide range of temperature differences throughout the year. So in winter the temperature drops below 0C. The coldest month is January. The thermometer column shows -3C. The hottest month is July. The air warms up to 33-34С. In the early spring and late autumn, it rains. Continue reading
Crete is the 5th largest island in the Mediterranean and the largest Greek island. It is washed simultaneously by 4 seas: Libyan in the south, Cretan in the north, Ionian in the west and Cyprus in the east.
Well-developed infrastructure, picturesque nature, excellent beaches, rich ancient history, artifacts that have survived in abundance, have made Crete the most popular Greek resort.
The island lies in 2 climatic zones – North African and Mediterranean. About 300 days a year in Crete, the sun shines. Summer is hot and arid. The thermometer column confidently crosses the mark 30C. Those who can not stand the heat, it is better to come to the resort in June or September, when there is no heat. Continue reading