Chocolate tasting in Zagreb, Croatia

Best chocolate tasting in Zagreb, Croatia

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Best Chocolate tasting in Croatia

Kraš Choco Bar

Kraš is Croatian most famous chocolate and sweets factory. Ever since they decided to open choco bars and pour the familiar chocolate tastes into cups or cocktail glasses, they have been visited by people eager to give
themselves a special treat.

If your personal image of heaven includes liquid chocolate in unlimited quantities, you’ll be thrilled to discover such a place actually exists in Zagreb, Croatia

Hot chocolate during the day and chocolate cocktails in the evening, a piece of chocolate cake…Better leave that calorie counter behind.

The location right next to the central city street, just a few steps from the market and the pier, has a special significance for Opatija’s gastronomy – once it was the city’s first pizzeria, and today offers to gourmets and hedonists an excellent offer of desserts. Unique ice cream treats, sweet cocktails, exclusive desserts with coffee and chocolate beverages based on products of the largest Croatian confectionery company Kraš are only part of the offer of the first chocolate bar in Opatija. 

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Hot air balloon activity in Morocco

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Hot air balloon in Morocco

See the wonders and beauty of Marrakech and the surrounding area from a uniquely different perspective – standing in a huge basket and floating smoothly through the skies wherever the wind decides to take you.

With silences between the loud bursts of the burners, amazing panoramic views, beautiful landscapes and the unreal, ‘toy town’ look of the city and villages below, this is guaranteed to be an experience of a lifetime, leaving you with wonderful memories that will last forever.

Watch the sun rise over red dust, palm groves, and majestic open landscapes from a hot air balloon. Flying with a small group of travelers and live commentary from your veteran pilot, soak up the sights as you glide through the air, then refuel with an authentic Berber breakfast in a Moroccan tent

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Evita museum – Activity in Argentina

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Evita Museum visit – opened in 2002.

On July 18, 1948, Evita bought and restored El Hogar for women and children with no resources.

Now it houses the Museo Evita, a living museum where people can come to know, understand and appreciate the life of the most important woman of Argentine history.

Evita museum

Located at 2988 Lafinur Street in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires, the Evita Museum forms part of the cultural tourist trail of the City of Buenos Aires (together with the Decorative Art Museum, the National Fine Arts Museum, the Palais de Glace and the Latin American Art Museum

The Evita Museum is a vital experience when visiting Buenos Aires. A most controversial character in Argentina’s history, Eva Perón is a myth. The museum is a place where people feel, learn andunderstand. For those who don’t know about her. For those who know her and want to know more.
A museum designed for Argentines and foreigners to understand a fundamental part of Argentine History.

On the 50th anniversary of her death, July 26, 2002, EVITA MUSEUM opened its doors, a place that tells about the life and work of one of the most important women in Argentine history and shows the truth with historical rigor. Through a unique heritage, visitors will be able to know about her life, the social reality and the international context of those days so as to have a better understanding of the country at that time.

 

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Egypt temple rediscovered – A Lost 4,500-Year-Old Sun Temple has been unearthed

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November 24 2021 – Egypt temple – A Lost 4,500-Year-Old Sun Temple In Egypt

New Archeological Discoveries

The biggest archaeological discovery of the past five decades was uncovered south of Cairo, a 4500-year-old temple, that is believed to be one of Egypt’s six lost “Temples of The Sun”.

Egypt Temple of the Sun

Egyptian Pharaohs are thought to have built six sun temples. While pyramids were built to preserve a pharaoh’s standing as a heavenly entity in the afterlife, sun temples acted as their shrine and were much smaller in scale.

This Sun Temple is an extremely rare find, being the third ever discovered and the first unearthed in the last five decades. The recent temple is considered to have been erected between 2400 and 2370 BCE, dedicated to Sun God ‘Ra.

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Maya Bay Thailand eyeing 1 January 2022 reopening

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November 22, 2021 – Maya Bay Thailand in Krabi’s Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park is expected to reopen to tourists on 1 January, 2022, having been off limits to the public for three and a half years to allow for environmental rejuvenation.

The bay on the uninhabited island of Phi Phi Leh has been closed since June 2018, when it was determined the area’s coral and other marine life needed time to recover from the damage being caused by the thousands of daily tourists who were visiting the location.

Maya Bay Thailand

The bay shot to international fame after it featured in the 1999 Leonardo di Caprio movie, The Beach. At its peak in 2017, tourist traffic to the location was recorded at almost 5,000 people a day.

Environmental authorities said the famous tourist spot would only reopen to visitors after an upgrade to facilities was carried out and an adequate system was put in place to manage visiting tourist numbers.

On 14 November, 2021, a high-level delegation of executives from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment led by H.E. Mr. Warawut Silpa-archa, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, and Mr. Jatuporn Burusphat, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, was given an update on the infrastructure improvements being made at Phi Phi Leh for the reopening of Maya Bay.

This includes a new jetty at Loh Samah Bay on the opposite side of the island, which boats taking tourists to see Maya Bay will now have to use. Experts had advised that if the recovery of coral reefs in the area was to continue, the only access to Maya Bay must be via this new jetty.

Also, daily visitor numbers to Maya Bay will be controlled to protect the local environment and marine ecosystem, and a specific area will be designated for swimming. Terrestrial and marine ecosystem recovery has been seen at Maya Bay thanks to its closure since mid-2018. To aid the rejuvenation, officials planted a new coral reef area and more trees on the beach to help prevent shore erosion.

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Team building activity Serbia – Kayaks and Canoes on the Danube

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Team building activity Serbia

Discover the city from its rivers, the Sava and the Danube.

We paddle quietly in a canoe or kayak, and we offer a unique perspective on the Serbian capital, Belgrade Fortress and its banks.

Discover the pleasures and techniques of navigation and learn about Belgrade’s history and it’s architectural heritage.

Learn basics of kayak skills explore Capital from different and active perspective  and enjoy in pleasure and leisure time on river.

 

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Amazing Travel Facts Argentina

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Amazing Travel Facts Argentina

 
Not sure if there are beautiful dunes in the country you live in, there is even one in France! But did you know that the highest sand dune in the world is 1234 meters high?
 
Can you imagine going sandboarding on it?
 
Amazing, right?
 
It is indeed in Argentina.
 
A sand dune is, more or less, a giant lump of sand. Like a mountain… but sand. That’s it. A sand tune is literally any huge mound or hill of sand. They are formed from large masses of sand blown by the wind, and are most common in deserts, but also often appear near beaches.
 
When sand is blown by the wind into a sheltered area, behind an obstacle, where it then becomes sheltered from that wind, the sand accumulates and forms a dune. They can make for quite a miraculous sight – and real adventure playground. Think hiking, fat biking or sandboarding.
 
The highest sand dune in the world is named after Federico B. Kirbus, the journalist who discovered it. As well as spanning 1230m from base to peak, it also reaches 2845m above sea level. The dune sits in front of beautiful mountain views.
 
The Federico Kirbus dune is a dune located near the town of Tatón , in the Bolson de Fiambalá , in the department of Tinogasta in the province of Catamarca , in the northwest of the Argentine Republic.

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Amazing Travel Facts Egypt

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Amazing Travel Facts Egypt

You have all heard of the seven wonders of the ancient world, right? But did you know that only one of them has survived? It weighs 6 million ton and was built around 2700 BC.
 
Amazing, right?
 
Do you know where we need to travel to see this ancient wonder?
 
And that ancient Wonder is the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt.
 
The original list of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World comes from a work by Philo of Byzantium written in 225 B.C. called On The Seven Wonders.
The Great Pyramid, located at Giza on the west bank of the Nile River north of Cairo in Egypt, is the only wonder of the ancient world that has survived to the present day. It is part of a group of three pyramids–Khufu (Cheops), Khafra (Chephren) and Menkaura (Mycerimus)–that were built between 2700 B.C. and 2500 B.C. as royal tombs.
 
The largest and most impressive is Khufu, known as “The Great Pyramid,” which covers 13 acres and is believed to contain more than 2 million stone blocks that weigh from two to 30 tons each.
 
For more than 4,000 years, Khufu reigned as the tallest building in the world. In fact, it took modern man until the 19th century to build a taller structure. Amazingly, the nearly symmetrical Egyptian pyramids were built without the aid of modern tools or surveying equipment.

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Amazing Travel Facts Russia

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Did you know that there is a museum in the world where it would take 11 years to view their collection? Not only that, the museum houses 50 cats that are, according to the director, as popular as Rembrandt. They have their own dedicated press officer and a dedicated kitchen. The museum also hires three full-time volunteers to look after them.
 
Amazing, right?
 
Do you know in which city this museum stands?
 
It is indeed the Hermitage in St Petersburg, Russia.
 
John is right, there have been cats in the palace since Peter the Great’s daughter, Empress Elizabeth, issued a decree, in 1745, that the biggest cats, capable of catching mice, be sent immediately from Kazan to the court of her imperial majesty. Catherine the Great is thought to have favored Russian Blues as indoor palace cats.
 
The cats of the Hermitage live in a large cellar of almost 20 km long. It is well-equipped for comfortable living and hunting of the animals. Nothing limits the cats, they can free walk around, but not in the exposition halls. In the summertime, they prefer staying in the museum’s yard, enjoying the sun and not being bothered by the museum staff and guests
As the director of the state museum in Saint Petersburg says, the cats are even as popular as Rembrandt. Every cat has its own passport and a vet book.

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Abu Dhabi racing- featured in UAE 50 celebrations by Etihad

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November 11, 2021 – Abu Dhabi racing – Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, today launched the third phase of its golden jubilee celebrations. In a series of videos launched over the next three weeks, Etihad will bring together experts from the fields of Formula 1, Music and Fashion from around the world, with their Emirati counterpart, hosted in the UAE.

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Third phase of Etihad’s year-long celebration of the UAE’s golden jubilee year launches today titled ‘Hosting the World’First of three videos sees female Emirati racing driver Amna Al Qubaisi challenge motorsport expert and YouTuber Sam Fane at Yas Marina Circuit

In the launch video, the first Emirati female racing driver, Amna Al Qubaisi, shows off Abu Dhabi’s credentials as a world-class racing destination. Al Qubaisi is the daughter of Emirati endurance racer Khaled Al Qubaisi, and at just 21 years old already races in professional Formula 3 races, primarily in the F3 Asian Championships.

 

Etihad collaborated with Amna Al Qubaisi to host British motorsport expert and YouTuber Sam Fane of @seenthroughglass at Yas Marina Circuit. Fane has been a prominent figure on YouTube since 2014, making content about cars from road trips, to test drives and interviews. His popular channel has amassed a loyal following, reaching a global audience of approximately 5 million people per month across his platforms.

 

In the video, Fane is seen enjoying the comforts of flying in Etihad’s Business class on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner from London Heathrow to Abu Dhabi. On arrival, he is met by his mystery host, Al Qubaisi, who challenges him to a race in Formula 1 cars around Yas Marina Circuit. 

 

“The UAE is home to many incredible tourist attractions, and in this video we’re keen to give the world a glimpse of the buzzing racing scene, in particular as we gear up to host this year’s Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix next month,” said Amina Taher, Vice President Brand, Marketing and Sponsorships, Etihad Airways. “As travel restrictions have quickly eased, we’re also pleased to show the UAE is welcoming tourists and hopefully this video will inspire more racing fans to come and enjoy Yas Marina Circuit for the Formula 1, and the many racing related events and activities taking place throughout the year.”

 

Find out more at: https://www.etihad.com/en-ae/campaigns/hosting-the-world-in-the-uae

 

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