Moscow — a surprisingly cosmopolitan city, where old mansions coexist with modern buildings of glass and metal, narrow, cobbled streets are almost side by side with wide avenues. This Grand metropolis promises an exciting sightseeing holiday for culture lovers, unbridled joy for fans of nightlife and lots of activities for the youngest guests of the Russian capital. No matter for what purpose the traveller arrives in Moscow: business, shopping, or simply rest, in this city there is a worthy lesson for any guest.
What to do in Moscow
To describe all the sights of Moscow impossible: the world-famous art galleries, picturesque parks and renowned theatres, and magnificent architectural ensembles. To start exploring the city with his heart — the red square, where stands majestically the Kremlin, the striking colors of the domes of St. Basil’s Cathedral and recalls the dark past a place of execution. If you go with red square towards the Plaza of the Revolution, we will see the monumental building of the Bolshoi theatre. He just recently opened after reconstruction and has again opened its doors to lovers of Opera and ballet. Lovers of architecture will find a walk through the old streets of Moscow, which, like a cobweb, covered the whole of the city centre. Right behind Ballimaran runs street the Kuznetsk Bridge, which can go down to Bolshaya Dmitrovka and then go to Kamergersky lane, where in the evenings street performers play and waiting for its guests with its cosy restaurants with international cuisine. Continue reading
Planning a trip to any country, the first item in the list is the issue of housing. But not all travellers will love the standard hotel, typical room service and continental Breakfast. No matter what, the trip really becomes more memorable when, and housing, chosen by you, contributes to the impressions received. Make your next trip brighter than any previous note on this list of 13 of the most unusual hotels in the world, which not only differ from ordinary hotels, but will be a worthwhile investment and effort.
Palacio de Sal, Uyuni Salt flats, Bolivia
It is better to stay away from this hotel, if you want to reduce your sodium intake. The entire building is constructed from pure salt, from walls to floor and furniture. Chalky-white huts blend in with the desert landscape ivory the Great salt flat, the Salar de Uyuni, which stretches into salty oblivion in all directions and provides an excellent platform for observations of starbursts. What to say: this is the land of salt, and huge quantities of salt. Continue reading
Commonplace traditional hotels. Of course, for their managers and staff the organization of coziness and comfort comes first. But agree, sometimes you want to go beyond the ordinary and experience a new, previously unknown sensations! Chic Dubai hotels go out of fashion. That is why increasingly appear unusual hotels where your stay is, no doubt, will be the most extraordinary. In addition, it does not mean that this original pastime is costing tourists a lot of money.
The ice hotel (Ice Hotel) is located in the town of Jukkasjarvi (Sweden). This cool hotel constructed entirely of ice – the rooms, the cinema, even the tables, chairs and beds. However, they are covered with reindeer skins. In the on-site bar offers alcoholic drinks directly in the ice stacks.
By the way, in Sweden, a strange unusual hotels abound. The hotel in the form of a plane ( Jumbo Hostel) has placed in Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet, which ceased flights in 1976. Available to guests 25 comfortable rooms, equipped with TV screens which, among other things, broadcast schedule departure flights. Continue reading