To Cairo: in the footsteps of the Holy Family
On the eve of the opening of regular flights between Moscow and Cairo, it is worth thinking about how to spend time, what to look for from the variety of…

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Water recreation: trends and prospects
Anyships booking service has celebrated the year of work in the water tourism market. Its founder, Georgiy Kozhukhovsky, shared the results of his work over this period and named directions…

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5 places to extend the winter
Did you have enough winter to go skiing or snowboarding? We offer a selection of resorts located on glaciers or in northern latitudes, where the chances of catching good snow…

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temples of Israel

Religious tourism

Touch the holy places
The first – and most common – is visiting iconic places for a given religion. Believers go or go to places where legendary, significant events took place or occur: many pilgrims from time immemorial come to Mecca, Jerusalem, Golgotha, Orthodox churches, the Vatican, major Buddhist temples.

Even in the Middle Ages, people believed that in such “centers of faith” their prayers have a special efficacy. Associated with the name of a prophet, a saint, or a divine sign, these places have always accumulated many pilgrims. For example, today the main center of pilgrimage in France is Lourdes. In the middle of the XIX century, this city in the heart of the Pyrenees was overshadowed by the appearance of the Virgin Mary Bernadette Soubira in the Massabiel grotto. Continue reading

To Cairo: in the footsteps of the Holy Family
On the eve of the opening of regular flights between Moscow and Cairo, it is worth thinking about how to spend time, what to look for from the variety of…

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Recreation at a discount, or early booking in the case
Do you know the saying “prepare a sleigh in the summer and a cart in the winter”? This expression is not in vain became winged. It is ideal for many…

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How to beat seasonality in the travel industry?
The problem of stimulating business in the low season has existed just as long as the tourism business itself. How to get clients out of the house and put them…

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Kerala: an Indian tale
Why Venice? 44 rivers with a total length of 1900 km wash its land. Known as the “Kerala backwaters”, these rivers have long been used as a trade route -…

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