Tourism in Cuba at minimum levels

Tourism in Cuba at minimum levels Tourism to Cuba is at minimum levels, reported the Cuban Office of Statistics and Information. During the year 2021, only 6.2% of tourists have arrived compared to 2019, a crisis that sinks the Cuban economy. In 2021 Cuba has received 1.1 million fewer tourists than in 2020. Cuba also maintains flight restrictions for most of the neighboring countries, especially Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and the United States, places from which the Cuban community …

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Ukraine Travel Advisory – Travel.State

Ukraine Travel Advisory Ukraine – Level 4: Do Not Travel – Travel.State.Gov OHUC Do not travel to Ukraine due to armed conflict and COVID-19.  U.S. citizens in Ukraine should depart immediately if it is safe to do so using any commercial or other privately available ground transportation options.  U.S. citizens remaining in Ukraine should carefully monitor government notices and local and international media outlets for information about changing security conditions and alerts to shelter in place. Those remaining in Ukraine …

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Dark Tourism: Chernobyl New Corridor

Chernobyl, New tourist corridor

Visiting the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is fashionable. There happened the largest and most serious nuclear accident on the planet. Succeeded in 1986, it is now more fashionable
 never. that’s because of the diffusion of the HBO series, Chernobyl.

Dark Tourism: Chernobyl New Corridor
Dark Tourism: Chernobyl New Corridor

Vladimir Zelenky, President of Ukraine, will create by decree a Green Safe corridor for  Tourist. On the other hand it also has the purpose of showing in a real way and with scientific, environmental and historical base what happened on April 26, 1986 in the nuclear power plant.

This decree is due to the fact that the increase in tourist demand (over-tourism) increases the supply of operators. Which are not always legal or safe.

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Saint Petersburg the City of Tsars

Saint Petersburg: the Russian City Built on Marsh

Founded by Tsar Peter the Great in 1703 on a marsh that was filled. It used hundreds of thousands of workers who built the city and connected with bridges about 50 islands

St. Petersburg is part of the select group of cities that are connected and built on a network of canals. As in Venice, Amsterdam or Bruges, water is the medium of transport and communication.

Cathedrals

  • In just a few meters, separated only by the Moika river and the Griboyedo canal, the old town has three beautiful temples. They are about:
    The Church of the Savior on the Spilled Blood, also known as the Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ.

Saint Petersburg Tsar city

  • Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, neoclassical style resembles the temples of Ancient Greece. Its set of colonnades distinguishes it from the rest of the buildings on Nevsky Avenue.

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