Romania Road Network

Romania’s completed and under construction highways. According to wholevehicles, Romania has a network of 86,391 kilometers of public roads, including 17,873 kilometers of national road, 35,083 kilometers of district roads and 33,435 kilometers of municipal roads. Of these roads, 30% is still unpaved and 44% in good condition. When Romania joined the European Union in… Read More »

Qatar Road Network

Qatar’s highway network. A highway in Qatar is referred to as الطرق السريعة in Arabic and as an expressway in English. According to wholevehicles, Qatar’s road network is not very extensive, because almost all traffic flows in the capital Doha. There are approximately 250 kilometers of highway in Qatar. 130 kilometers of it form an… Read More »

Egypt Road Network

Main road network Egypt’s road network is relatively extensive in its densely populated areas, but large areas of the country are not served by roads, especially outside the Nile Valley and the coasts. There is about 31,000 kilometers of tarmac road. Two traditional north-south routes run along the Nile on both sides, but do not… Read More »

Ecuador Road Network

The national road network in Ecuador is called the Red Vial Estatal (RVE). The length was 9,998 kilometers as of March 31, 2018. The total road network is estimated at approximately 43,670 kilometers. A large part of the secondary road network is unpaved, but the national roads are almost all asphalted and in good condition,… Read More »

Denmark Road Network

The current and under construction highway network of Denmark. According to wholevehicles, Denmark has a dense and well-developed road network, with motorways (motorvejer) to almost all regions of the country, a dense underlying road network and mostly fairly well-developed urban road networks. The Danish highway network is used quite intensively, but really high traffic intensities… Read More »

Czech Republic Road Network

The network of highways in the Czech Republic. According to wholevehicles, the Czech Republic has a dense road network, but the motorway network (dálnice) is still under development. Despite this, all major cities of the country are connected to the highway network. The main highway is the D1 from Prague to Brno and on towards… Read More »

Cyprus Road Network

The highways in Cyprus. According to wholevehicles, Cyprus has a well-developed road network, with many motorways for its size, the most per capita of all European countries. The highways are all located in the south of Cyprus, although the Turks have also made an attempt to build roads, there is no real highway in Turkish… Read More »

Zillertal, Austria

The Zillertal valley is located on the territory of the federal state of Tyrol and is divided into four large skiing regions – Fügen-Kaltenbach, Zell-Gerlos, Mayrhofen-Hippach and Tux-Finkenberg. The valley begins at the town of Jenbach, which is a 15-minute drive from Innsbruck along the autobahn in the direction of Vienna. The most famous local… Read More »

Sunny Day, Bulgaria

Sunny Day is a Bulgarian luxury resort located 10 kilometers from Varna on the very coast of the Black Sea. A small complex consists of four hotels for 1020 places, built on the very shore of a secluded picturesque bay. The resort is annually awarded the international award “Blue Flag” – a sign of the… Read More »

South Dalmatia, Croatia

South Dalmatia is a land of mountains and islands, one of the most popular resort regions in Croatia. This region is famous for its rocky beaches with clear waters, the city of Dubrovnik is located here – one of the most historically valuable cities in Croatia and a real monument of architecture. In addition, it… Read More »

Culture and Attractions in Faroe Islands, Denmark

Entertainment and attractions of the Faroe Islands The main city of the Faroe Islands is Torshavn on the island of Streymoy, and it is quite picturesque and specific. But, of course, those who travel to the Faroe Islands do not come for city sightseeing. The main thing for which people come to the Faroe Islands… Read More »

El Quseir, Egypt

This resort is unknown to the average tourist, but if the walls of your house are hung with testimonies of a real diver and photographs of the bewitching underwater world, planning your travel route in Egypt, in the very first lines you will definitely mark El Quseir, the holy of holies for diving enthusiasts. The… Read More »

Evian, France

The balneological resort of Evian-les-Bains or simply Evian (Évian-les-Bains or Évian) is located on the border of France and Switzerland on the southern shore of Lake Geneva, at the foot of the Chablis mountain range in the foothills of the Savoy Alps. Since the end of the 19th century, the world-famous Evian mineral water has… Read More »

Stuttgart, Germany

Hailed as the headquarters of automotive giants like Mercedes and Porsche, Stuttgart is perhaps the least bit underestimated by art lovers. This city boasts top-notch collections from its art museums (and that’s not counting those two exhibits that make the hearts of motor lovers beat faster and shift into fifth gear, winding meters around stylishly… Read More »

Esztergom, Hungary

The city of Esztergom can rightly be considered the cradle of Hungarian statehood, it is difficult to overestimate the importance that this beautiful ancient city played in the history of the country. Today, Esztergom has carefully preserved for us visual pictures of its difficult, but long and glorious history. How to get there Esztergom is… Read More »

Food and Entertainment in South Goa, India

Cuisine and restaurants of South Goa The first thing to try in South Goa is fish and seafood. The variety of seafood presented in the local restaurants strikes the imagination of a northern man: shrimps, squids, crabs, lobsters, lobsters, oysters, mussels, octopuses. Shark, pamphret, snapper, tuna are popular fish. All this freshly caught splendor is… Read More »

Honshu, Japan

The birthplace of exquisite ceramic products, the land of quiet mountain villages and busy metropolises, Western Honshu is notorious around the world in connection with the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. But time heals the wounds of the past, and the current island of Honshu has a lot to offer the tourist. For example, Okayama and… Read More »

Nakuru, Kenya

The Kenyan city of Nakuru was once a small railway station built by the British colonizers in 1904. Now Nakuru is the capital of the Rift Valley province and one of the most popular tourist centers in Kenya. Why such an unhealthy interest in an ordinary Kenyan city, you ask? The fact is that near… Read More »

Food and Entertainment in Jurmala, Latvia

Cuisine and restaurants of Jurmala The national cuisine of Latvia is simple and hearty. Cabbage, potatoes, beans and gray peas are used in everyday dishes. The latter, cooked with smoked meats, is also served at Christmas. In the Latvian restaurants of Jurmala, this dish can be tasted at any time of the year. Of the… Read More »

Yucatan, Mexico

Yucatan is a peninsula where three Mexican states are neighbors: Campeche, Quintana Roo and Yucatan. The northern part of Guatemala and Belize hid right there. It is washed by the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. The Yucatan has hot, tropical weather and diverse vegetation, from savannahs in the north to impenetrable jungles in… Read More »

Eindhoven, Netherlands

Eindhoven is the main city of North Brabant and a center for contemporary art and design. At one time, the city was “raised” by the Philips company, which founded its headquarters here. Not so long ago, the corporation moved to the capital, and Eindhoven had no choice but to rely on modernity: after the Second… Read More »

Salalah, Oman

Salalah is the second largest city in Oman. It is considered the capital of the country’s southern region and is very distinctly different from Muscat. Here, guests of Oman have a great opportunity to study the life of local residents and see the history of Oman with their own eyes, having visited the archaeological excavations… Read More »

Elblag, Poland

Elbląg without exaggeration can be considered one of the most beautiful non-tourist Polish cities. It was founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1237 on the site of the ancient Prussian settlement of Truso. Chronicles testify that as early as the 8th c. Truso was an important Baltic port, the Vikings often sailed here, and life… Read More »

Shopping and Eating in Qatar

Shopping and stores In Doha, there are many modern malls with prices below Dubai, the most popular being Festival City Mall, City Center and Villagio. As a souvenir, we recommend purchasing high-quality textiles – clothes in the national style, tablecloths, towels, bed linen, as well as gold jewelry – the sample is often low, but… Read More »

Yakhroma, Russia

The city, which is in the northern part of the Moscow region, until recently was a workers’ settlement. On the bank of the river of the same name, 6 km from Dmitrov, the weaving factory of the merchant I. A. Lyamin (Pokrovskaya manufactory) worked, around which the settlement unfolded. Only in 1940, Yakhroma was recognized… Read More »

Elche, Spain

Elche is a small but very beautiful green city in the province of Alicante. It is surrounded by a palm grove, the largest in Spain, and date gardens. There are no private beaches in the city, but the Costa Blanca coast is 15 km away, and a river flows in Elche itself. Shoppers come here… Read More »

Yaremche, Ukraine

Yaremche is an ancient Hutsul city located on the banks of the Prut River, surrounded by the mountains of the Carpathian Natural National Park. The town is considered one of the most environmentally friendly in Ukraine – there has never been an industrial production in Yaremche. Since the century before last, Yaremche has been chosen… Read More »