cursory acquaintance with Turkish gastronomy
It is only in our country that children are not allowed to go further than the sandbox. To school – with parents, to the theater – with a teacher, and if you walk, it is only a group of at least five people. The fact that one Russian child went to visit her grandmother, who lives, say, in Petushki, is out of the question. Meanwhile, abroad, children literally from early nails begin to travel independently: on bicycles, cars, trains, on foot, finally.
In Russia, the only mode of transport on which parents can land a child without worrying about is a plane. However, each airline has its own rules for the transport of children flying unaccompanied. And before you book a ticket, we strongly recommend that you read them. Continue reading
The tourism industry has taken its rightful place in the global business. For some countries and cities, tourism is the main source of income.
On the one hand, this contributed to the fact that the amount of entertainment for tourists has increased. On the other hand, there are practically no places in the world where you could relax in peace and quiet without being inquisitive travelers all the time in a crowd.
How to make the vacation brought a lot of pleasure and a minimum of disappointment?
The first option is to go somewhere far away from roads, hotels, attractions, in a deaf grandmother’s village. If you want closer to civilization, you will have to follow a number of rules so that the rest does not turn into a nightmare. Continue reading
The New Year is traditionally a family holiday, and for the winter holidays, tourists often expect to be with their children “visiting a fairy tale.” For those who are planning a similar trip, TURPROM offers instructions on the fantastic map of Russia: how to visit Santa Claus? where is the Snow Maiden’s tower? And what other New Year’s fun waiting for parents with children in the Russian open spaces?
As you know, for almost twenty years, since 1999, the main New Year wizard of the country lives in the city of Veliky Ustyug. The idea to settle in the Vologda forests of Santa Claus was very successful. It was the efforts of this “brand” that increased the attendance of the region to 300 thousand tourists a year, as a result, the city makes far-reaching plans – right up to the airport reconstruction, and also plans to expand the territory of Father Frost’s Land. Continue reading