Florence is not like any other city in the
World, but words of this type don’t really communicate much, and each city has
unique qualities, so I will submit such descriptions to vacation guides, who do
a good job themselves.
Instead I will try and focus on true feelings.
First of all, you will go back in time,
and it will not be told through things like “time-tunnels” that your
children might experience on a historical day at a local rural house that
specializes in re-creating medieval reality ( I enjoyed it too), no. Time
travel will hit your face, because if you walk around downtown Florence, only
the facade of clothing and shops has changed since the resurrection. The first
and most important thing is, you walk around the museum that is alive and
The second good point to make is the fact
that you can now walk around it! Unless your travel guide was written recently,
one thing that has changed in the middle, is how you work around this. The
whole city center is now a pedestrian, and this really makes a difference at
its center. The extension of the pedestrian area along the high fashion road,
Via Tornabuoni in 2011 makes this area of the city the only person zone.
That’s good because you always look at monuments when walking around Florence,
and it’s very difficult to do this when you’re afraid of being hit by a
“motorino” or worse, a bus! Now there isn’t, only the occasional taxi
takes people to their hotel. That means that this summer, there will be more
restaurants with their tables in the streets, beautiful!
Last words on price:
When you arrive in Florence, you will be
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Myanmar has changed rapidly both
politically and as a tourist destination. It is often difficult to get
information once you arrive in Myanmar. Nevertheless, this hub will ensure that
you have important information to make your trip in Myanmar successful.
The country’s first impression is clearly
visible when you leave Yangon Airport. Yangon is the main gate and commercial
capital of Myanmar. It is cool and green all year round with beautiful lakes,
shady parks, and lush tropical trees. One thing that will catch your attention
is the countless ancient left hand cars, which are driven on the right side of
the road. In addition, most people have gum and lips that are stained with red
due to chewing betel leaves.
Traveling in Myanmar
Motorbikes are banned in Yangon. Some
brands that you recognize are missing, including ATMs. English is also not
widely understood or spoken. You can reach the main tourist destinations by
bus. The bus station is usually dusty and is located outside the city. To
access these stations, you need to rent a taxi. Buses depart to various
destinations regularly and are usually fully loaded. Therefore, it is advisable
to book tickets early to avoid inconvenience. You will find many travel agents
who can help you in your booking.
Myanmar’s countryside, cities, culture,
spiritual center and architecture are usually dominated by Buddhist monasteries
and temples. You might not want to miss a visit to calm Lake Inle. This vast
lake is located in the State of Shan and is bordered by Laos and Thailand. It
provides a calm and cool environment because of its location in the mountains.
You will be able to experience incredible foot-paddlers, among other
Bagan is one of the main tourist
destinations in Myanmar. Therefore, your trip in … Read more