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Paris is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the world, and the New Year is one of the most beloved holidays. It is not surprising that among the Russian tourists there is a large number of people who wish to celebrate the New Year somewhere close to the Eiffel Tower and the Champs Elysees. TURPROM offers you a small life hack on how to properly celebrate the New Year in Paris. By the way, on this link you will find the site and the location for the selection of a professional guide in Paris and all of France.
The Champs Elysees, the famous boulevard with a view of the Eiffel Tower – is really one of the favorite meeting places of the new year, including the Parisians themselves. From nine in the evening, tourists and locals begin to flock to this street to admire the original illumination. Exactly at midnight, the Eiffel Tower becomes the center of the light show, and after meeting the new year there is an opportunity to find a place for yourself to continue the holiday. Continue reading
Probably every tourist who found himself in a dense “human traffic jam” on the streets of Prague, Barcelona or Paris could appreciate the dislike for “the growth of international tourist traffic” experienced by local residents. Alas, the beautiful tourism industry has its own difficulties, and many cities from the “see and die” category complain about the “overcrowding” of guests. TURPROM presents several life hacks for tourists – how to see all the main sights of the world, avoiding the crowd.
Firstly, it is better to think about any problem ahead of time, preferably at the planning stage of the trip. The desire to relax in July-August on Spanish beaches or drink mulled wine in the Czech Republic for Christmas is completely legal. But then you have to immediately take into account the possible inconvenience. Continue reading
Excursions in transit or where the tourist will be offered a free trip during the connection of flights?
Flights with a “long” transfer – not the most favorite offer from tourists. However, at some airports, “getting stuck” for a few hours may be an added bonus to travel, because a number of air ports offer tourists not only endless rows of duty-free shops and cafes, but also free informative excursions, thanks to which you can replenish your traveler’s collection with one more destination point, often very nontrivial.
But let’s start with the familiar hub of our tourists – Istanbul Ataturk Airport. Here, free tours of Istanbul, however, are available only to tourists of the flights of the Turkish national carrier “Turkish Airlines” and provided that they wait for the transfer from six hours to days. Incidentally, this includes transfers from domestic flights. In order to get on a free tour of Istanbul, tourists will need a passport, boarding pass, as well as some luck – after all, you must have time to register a tour before it starts. Continue reading