Paphos is an ancient city, the historical capital of Cyprus, and a beautiful coast with subtropical vegetation. It is located in the southwestern part of the island. The legend has it that it's the place where Aphrodite - the Greek goddess of love - emerged from the sea. Small, yet breathtaking sandy beaches, crystal clear water with magnificent monuments inscribed by UNESCO on the World Heritage List.
Western boulevards and eastern alleys, ruined notable palaces and apartments whose modern architecture draws attention, and - above all - a calm sea with wondrous beaches: those are things which make Odessa worth visiting. Odessa is a port town with a complicated history, which enchants with its multiculturalism and atmosphere of days gone by. The city's diverse architecture allows to travel through past epochs and styles.
A picturesque city which is definitely worth visiting while in Odessa. Many fascinating monuments may be found there. Worth seeing are the remnants of the old, dating back to the 18th century, embankments, St. Catherine's Cathedral, the Greek Sofia church, the building of what was once a synagogue, the Dormition Cathedral, as well as Aleshkinsky Sands - the biggest desert in Europe.
Cork is dynamic, loud, full of students and great pubs. It's the second biggest city in Ireland; residents refer to it as "the real capital". Cork is located at the mouth of the River Lee; its name derives from the Irish phrase "Corcach Mór Mumhan," which refers to the marshy territories surrounding the Munster province. The city - famous for its numerous canals - is worth seeing primarily because of its diverse, Victorian architecture, and characteristic, dark stout beer, which has been brewed at local breweries for centuries.
Manchester is situated in the densely populated part of North West England. The city owes its considerable fame to two football clubs: Manchester United and Manchester City. The city, however, has much more to offer than attractions for football enthusiasts. Many historical monuments, to list only the Town Hall, are located there. The city is teeming with life, it's full of modern office buildings, shopping malls and hip clubs.
Brindisi is located on the heel of the Italian boot, by the Adriatic sea in the region of Apulia. The name of the city derives from the Messapian word "Brention" - head of deer - which refers to the shape of the port, as it looks just like the head of the animal. Brindisi is located nearly 115 kilometres from Bari – the capital of the region of Apulia. The chief attraction is of course the enormous port. Tourists may also derive pleasure from sandy beaches and wonderful weather.
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29 October 2019