Being part of the Mediterranean, the Adriatic Sea inherited all the best: a diverse underwater world, clear water and white sand with small pebbles. If you want to relax in one of the Adriatic resorts, pay attention to tours to Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here, in the best resorts of the Adriatic Sea, there are cozy home-style villas and luxury hotels. Check out the list of the 15 best hotels on the Adriatic according to The Telegraph, and embark on an adventure!
1. Excelsior Hotel, Dubrovnik
Stunning views of the deep blue Adriatic and the proximity of the Old Town (the main historical and tourist part of Dubrovnik) make the restored Excelsior Hotel one of the best on the coast. Not without reason in 1913 guests with world-famous names were resting here: Francis Coppola, Sir Roger Moore and Queen Elizabeth II herself. Continue reading
Sri Lanka is still slowly healing from wounds inflicted by the war. Despite this, the country is attractive for its unusual coastline with an incredible number of beaches, cities with ancient history and a suburb with lush greenery.
Due to the fact that the infrastructure of this wonderful emerald island is constantly developing, more and more tourists are coming here to enjoy an unforgettable vacation.
Here are some ideas that will make your holiday in Sri Lanka exciting and unforgettable.
Travel the island by rail
One of the easiest ways to travel around the country – not to mention the fact that it is also the cheapest – Sri Lanka railway connection.
This path runs through the picturesque landscapes of the country, from unusual tea gardens and monumental rice fields to the famous coastline. Maximum aesthetic pleasure can be obtained by following three routes: from Colombo to Kandy, from Kandy to Ella’s tea estates and from Colombo to Galle. Continue reading
Hanoi is an ancient city, a political, economic and cultural center of the state. The city began its rapid development in the XI century. When around the citadel of Thang Long (“Descending Dragon Citadel”), where the emperor Lee Kong Wan moved his capital. Today it is one of the most interesting cities in Southeast Asia – wide European-style avenues and skyscrapers, many lakes, parks and fountains, interspersed with hundreds of colonial mansions and pagodas. It stretches for almost 15 km. along the Red River (Song Hong), the city is divided into seven central areas (“kwan”), surrounded by marginal areas (“hewan”), most of which appeared after the 70s. X century The charming Old Quarter or 36 Fo Phong (36 Streets) these days is a mishmash of narrow streets, turned into a huge shopping area. Continue reading