History of Tourism in Middle Ages – Medieval Travel

Roman Empire   –  Rome  –  Saint James What is Tourism in the Medieval Times? Fall of the Roman Empire & Medieval Travel History of Medieval Tourism – How did you travel in the Middle Ages?:The fall of the Roman Empire plunged the European continent into a period of great confusion and disorder. For a time there was also an almost permanent state of war between the barbarian chiefs, who had invaded the ancient Roman empire. This contributed to the weakening …

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Natural Reserve Canyon of Lumbier – Navarra – Spain

Foz de Lumbier – Canyon in Spain

The Natural Reserve Canyon of Lumbier (Foz de Lumbier) is a canyon formed by the Irati river in Navarra – Spain. It is very close to the mouth of the Aragón river. The force of the water opened a narrow, high gorge of more than a Mile in length between the Rocks of Lumbier.

Natural Reserve Canyon of Lumbier-

 

What items are not allowed in checked luggage? - Travel Electronic Organizer
What items are not allowed in checked luggage? – Travel Electronic Organizer

There a multitude of birds nest, among which the vultures are the most numerous. Running between almost vertical walls 450 feet to  1200 feet high.

The human being dug a tunnel through which the Pamplona-Sangüesa industrial railroad circulated. That old railway infrastructure has now been converted into the Vía Verde de la Foz. It is a linear trekking and very easy to do 2 miles round trip.

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Tips to Travel Venice and be a respectful Tourist

Survive the Overturism in Venice

Venice Puzzle Jigsaw
Venice Puzzle Jigsaw

Overtourism

Venice is exceeded by tourists. They arrive by thousands every day and not everyone knows how to behave. If you travel to Venice we recommend you follow these tips to avoid inconveniences and enjoy that wonderful and historic city

Tips to Travel Venice and be a Respectful Tourist. Survive the Overturism

In April 2017, the Ministry of Interior of Italy put into effect a so-called “Daspo Urban” law. This law allows police forces to restrict access in certain areas of the localities to individuals considered a possible threat to public order, morals or public decency. This is without necessity without the need for evidence of crime. This applies to vagabonds, but it also began to be applied to tourists within certain areas. Article 9 of the decree establishes a monetary penalty of 100 to 300 euros and an expulsion order from the place where the heho occurred and against any person. This expulsion can be for 48 hours and the recidivism reaches much higher penalties.

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Erotic Pompeii: The City was really so obscene?

Erotic Pompeii: The City was really so obscene? : A little of History. Erotic Pompeii: Traveling to a Different Pompeii, we will answer that question.  Pompeii is located in the south of Italy. barely two hours away by train from Rome. The story is quite familiar. The city is located on the slopes of Vesuvius, a volcano that on August 24, 79 AD, broke and buried the city in a sea of ​​ash. More than 20,000 people died in that event. …

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The Beautiful Works of an Ancient Oil Windmill

Oil Windmill in Zaanse Schans Netherlands Zaanse Schans  is a neighbourhood of Zaandam, near Zaandijk, Netherlands. It has a collection of well-preserved historic windmills and houses. From 1961 to 1974 old buildings from all over the Zaanstreek were relocated using lowboy trailers to the area. The Zaans Museum, established in 1994, is located in the Zaanse Schans. The Zaanse Schans is one of the popular tourist attractions of the Netherlands and an anchor point of ERIH, the European Route of Industrial Heritage. The neighbourhood attracted approximately 1.6 million visitors in 2014. …

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