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Danube Delta in the top of sight to see in 2018!

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Bank of Denube in its Delta.

Photo enthusiasts, nature lovers, relaxing seniors or tourists looking for adventure, the Danube Delta is a true paradise for anyone here. Part of UNESCO World Heritage and declared Biosphere Reserve, the Danube Delta is the home of over 5,000 rare living creatures, making it the world’s third most important ecological place. Special Offers for Holidays in the Danube Delta Take advantage of the last few days with up to 45% discount on Gulliver Delta Resort 3 * vacation and reserve a stay in the Danube Delta for 2018. The hotel complex arranged in harmony with nature has an excellent position at the meeting place between the arm Sf. Gheorghe and the Uzlina canal, only 10 minutes away from Murighiol. Thanks to the excellent accommodation facilities at Gulliver Delta Resort 3 * you do not have time to get bored. During the summer season, you can cool down to the generous pool, fishing from the pontoons, relax in the lush garden with hammocks or embark on optional boat trips. If you want to discover more habits of the place, you can participate in the Lipovian party held by a local ensemble of Lipovan dancers, with good music and Dobrogea snacks.



Holidays among water lilies, oaks, dinghy and pelicans in Danube Delta

The most beautiful places in the Danube Delta. In the Danube Delta the best soup you eat fish, you can stroll among the lilies and crowded channels you admire pelicans and blue and white boxes with lotcă the gate. Truth you the most beautiful places worth to visit the Danube Delta.   …

The most picturesque places in the reservation Discover the Danube Delta with the optional Gulliver Delta Resort 3 * excursions. Start with the boat on the lacy lakes of vegetation and the mosaic canals with water lilies and lotuses. Observe birds in inspirational birdwatching sessions or enjoy lebanese dishes such as borscht, saucer or brine, at a campfire on the Danube. Explore Letea – the northernmost subtropical forest in Europe, is the only place in the country where horses still live in the wild. Here you have the unique chance to observe wild orchid plantations, huge sand dunes or Greek creeks hanging from the trunks of secular trees. Relaxation can be found very easily in the Danube Delta, especially if you choose a beach escape in Sulina. The former capital of the pirates is the meeting place between the Black Sea and the Danube, and here lies the widest beach in the country with very fine white sand. If you are passionate about history, you can opt for optional minibus trips to Istria and Enisala medieval fortresses at Martirion de Niculiţel – the only place in the world where the relics of six Christian martyrs or Celic Dere, Saon and Cocos Monasteries .


Less known travel icons included in UNESCO heritage

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In recent years, UNESCO has expanded the catalog to include more examples of traditional cultures around the world. It includes fascinating and remarkable places, recommended to be visited in 2017.


World Heritage Site – Wikipedia

A World Heritage Site is a landmark or area which has been officially recognized by the United Nations, specifically by the United Nations Educational, Scientific …
If you want to get this summer in places you have never seen before, UNESCO has made the list of less known sites recommended for the holiday of 2017. Some are a masterpiece of human genius, others are testimony to lost civilizations or natural inspiring beauty, writes architecturaldigest.com.

Iguazu National Park (Brazil-Argentina border)

Iguazu National Park is located on the border between Brazil and Argentina, where the Iguazu River flows into majestic waterfalls, shrouded in the mist of the forest landscape.

The Peace Churches of Jawor and Świdnica (Poland)

The Peace Churches of Jawor and Świdnica are the largest wooden worship centers in Europe, built in the mid-17th century.

Al Hijr (Saudi Arabia)

Al Hijr represents the non-Athenian civilization, which thrived in the pre-Islamic period from the second and third centuries BC.

Antequera Dolmens Site (Spain)Antequera Dolmens (3 BC) in southern Spain offers five monuments from the Neolithic and Bronze Age. This site was listed on the World Heritage List in 2016.

Historical villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama (Japan)

Traditional villages have survived in a distant mountainous region of Japan. The Gassho style houses are situated in an environment that has been adapted over the centuries.

Mayan Site in Copan (Honduras)

The spectacular ruins of Copan evoke the grandeur and mystery of the Mayan Empire, with its pyramids and hieroglyphs.

Old Town of Dubrovnik (Croatia)

The old town of Dubrovnik, located on the Croatian coast of Dalmatia, houses examples of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

Ha Long Bay (Vietnam)

Ha Long Bay, located 165 kilometers from the capital of Hanoi, includes 2,000 islands that rise from the turquoise waters of Tonkin Bay.

Blue Mountains and John Crow (Jamaica)

This forested mountainous region of Jamaica is known not only for its natural beauty and biodiversity, but also for serving as a refuge for the Tainos servants and later for the liberated Africans.

Valley of the Great Rift (Kenya)

Kenyan Lakes in the Great Rift Valley are populated by flamingos, pelicans, black rhinos, giraffes, lions, cheetahs and wild dogs. Efficient management of this area ensures that the site remains on the World Heritage List.


Protecting Our Heritage and Fostering Creativity

In today’s interconnected world, culture’s power to transform societies is clear. Its diverse manifestations – from our cherished historic monuments and museums …





Cities with most cultural attractions

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The British newspaper “Business Insider” published the top cities in the world by most popular attractions culutrale. They were taken into account the number of theaters, concert halls, museums, art galleries and restaurants with Michelin stars.

Cultural tourism – Wikipedia

Cultural Tourism (or culture tourism) is the subset of tourism concerned with a country or … It has been shown that cultural attractions and events are particularly strong magnets for tourism. The term cultural tourism is used for journeys that …
Whether you are interested in art, music, or simply experimenting with new dishes, there is no better way to know a city than by immersion in culture, writes “Business Insider”. A new ranking conducted by TotallyMoney.com destinations reveals that most cultural attractions in the world. Were taken into account the number of cultural attractions, so some smaller towns, there may be fewer attractions, although they are actually true cultural capitals.

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Theaters: 96 Museums: 81 Art Galleries: 54 The web world heritage sites: 2 Meeting’s concerts: 8 Michelin Restaurants: 43

Dublin, Ireland
Theaters: 127 Museums: 57 Art Galleries: 32 Site – world heritage sites: 0 Concert halls 6 Michelin Restaurants: 5
Prague, Czech Republic
Theaters: 129 Museums: 110 Art Galleries: 201 World Heritage Sites: 1 Concert halls: 4 Michelin Restaurants: 3

Miami, Florida
Theaters: 72 Museums: 18 Art Galleries: 27 World Heritage Sites: 1 Concert halls: 1 Michelin Restaurants: 0

Paris, France

Theater 245 Museums: 147 Art Galleries: 69 World Heritage Sites: 1 Concert halls 6 Michelin Restaurants: 100

Barcelona, Spain
Theaters: 80 Museums: 95 Art Galleries: 46 World Heritage Sites: 1 Concert halls: 3 Michelin Restaurants: 25

Milan, Italy
Theaters: 43 Museums: 76 Art Galleries: 42 World Heritage Sites: 1 Concert halls: 4 Michelin Restaurants: 17

Rome, Italy
Theaters: 93 Museums: 151 Art Galleries: 42 World Heritage Sites 5 Concert halls: 3 Michelin Restaurants: 18

Vienna, Austria
Theaters: 55 Museums: 103 Art Galleries: 14 World Heritage Sites 2 Concert halls: 7 Michelin Restaurants 9

London, United Kingdom
Theaters: 878 Museums: 186 Art Galleries: 125 World Heritage sites: 4 Concert halls: 17 Michelin Restaurants: 67


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