Catania is the capital of the province of the same name, a major commercial and tourist center on the island of Sicily. The port city, washed by the waters of the Ionian Sea, perched on the slope of the active volcano Etna, which periodically recalls its existence by emissions of lava and ash. Such a dangerous neighborhood does not bother either local residents or tourists who come for new experiences for a long time. They believe that their protection Holy Agatha is the patroness of Catania. In her honor, every year on February 5, festive processions are held in the streets.
In Sicily, the sun shines more than 2,500 hours a year. This is an absolute record for Italy. The mild and warm climate provides hot summers. Peak temperatures occur in July and August. The thermometer Continue reading
Rhodes is one of the most popular Greek islands. In ancient times, it was located on trade routes. Due to its favorable geographical position, the island was repeatedly captured. At different times, it was owned by Turks, Hellenes, Phoenicians, Persians and Knights of the Order of the Ioannites, therefore, in Rhodes, a mixture of different cultures is still felt. It manifests itself in architecture, the mentality of its inhabitants and even gastronomic habits.
The island received its name in honor of a nymph named Rhodes, who was the beloved of the sun god Helios. In honor of their patron, the islanders erected the Colossus – one of the “Seven Wonders of the World.” The height of the statue exceeded 35m. However, due to a strong earthquake in 222 (226) BC. Continue reading
Lido di Jesolo is a quiet resort town located just 35 km from Venice. On the Adriatic coast, measured life flows against the backdrop of beautiful natural landscapes. The weather is almost always good here: the high Alps protect the town from winds and rains.
Thousands of tourists come here every year for whom all the conditions for a comfortable stay are created: an abundance of hotels in different price categories, entertainment for every taste and a long strip of beaches stretching for almost 14 km.
How to get to Lido di Jesolo?
If you decide to use the bus or train to get to the resort, all routes from anywhere in the country run Continue reading