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Tourism in Italy

Tourism in Italy

Tourism in Italy

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General information about Italy


Italy is a country located partly in southern Europe on the Italian peninsula and also on the two largest islands in the Mediterranean: Sicily and Sardinia.

Italy shares the northern alpine borders with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. While within the Italian territory there are two independent states which are the enclaves of San Marino and the Vatican City, and there is also an enclosure Campione Ditalia in Switzerland.

The Italian territory covers an area of ​​301,338 km2 and is affected by a moderate monsoon climate. The country has 60.2 million people and is the sixth most populous country in Europe, and is the 23rd most populated country in the world.
The lands known today as Italy were the cradle of European cultures and peoples such as the Etruscans and Romans. The Italian capital, Rome, was for many centuries the political center of Western civilization as the capital of the Roman Empire.




After the decline of the empire, Italy was subjected to invasions by foreign peoples from the Germanic tribes such as the Ostrogoths, the Lombards, the Norman people at a later time, the Byzantines and others.

After several centuries, Italy became the cradle of the Renaissance, which was a very fruitful intellectual movement that proved its ability to shape the course of European thought later.

Culture and history
Ancient Rome was initially a small agricultural society around the eighth century BC, but it grew over the centuries to become a formidable empire controlling the entire Mediterranean basin, thus merging the Greek and Roman civilizations into one civilization. This civilization was highly influenced by later civilizations, as some of its laws, administrative organizations, philosophy and arts are still clearly visible in its contemporary Western counterpart in particular, and thus it forms the ground on which Western civilization is based.



During its existence, which lasted for 12 centuries, Rome transformed from a kingdom to a republic and finally to an authoritarian state, before entering a steady decline since the second century AD, and then divided into two parts in 285 AD: the Western Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire in the East. The western part collapsed under the pressure of the Goths’ raids in the end, leaving the Italian peninsula divided into small independent kingdoms and rival city-states during the next fourteen centuries. As a result, the eastern part became the sole heir of the Roman legacy.



Tourist areas in Italy
It is one of the most romantic cities in the world, also called Venice and the city of lovers, full of corridors and water channels that you can walk by by classic and romantic boats, as well as all the buildings in it with an attractive and charming building, and the romantic environment can be seen, and historical architectural buildings and magnificent palaces can be seen in them.
In the event that you go to Venice, you should visit St. Marco Street, which is home to the most important museums and international art galleries, where rare antiquities are available to get to know the beautiful world of Venice full of romance since ancient times.



Amalfi Coast:
This coast stretches 30 miles along the southern side of the Sorrento Peninsula.
Where this coast is famous for its abundance of green and fruit trees, especially lemons and oranges. You can also spend the most beautiful times in the cafes on the edge of the wonderful Italian beach while enjoying the wonderful Italian music and watching the calm sea waves there.

City of Florence:
Its location in the eastern part of Italy, and it has the most historical places and ancient monuments in terms of buildings and streets that mix between ancient Europe and modern Europe.
There is also the Florence Cathedral, Piazzale Michelangelo Park and distinctive malls such as the Fashion Outlet Florence so that you can enjoy seeing the finest Italian fashion, luxury shoes, and especially famous leather coats in Italy, from the most famous international brands, and you can also spend a wonderful time on the top floor of the mall and eat the most delicious Italian dishes, especially The famous delicious pizza in the whole world.



Pisa tower
Where one of the Seven Wonders of the World is available, the bell tower of the cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa in Rome, known as the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Which makes this region attract huge numbers of tourists to enjoy seeing the wonderful place and seeing the greatness of the Creator in making such a building stand until now.



It is one of the giant Roman stands, which in the past was considered a wrestling arena for battles between wrestling boxers, that is, like the arena for them, in which in the past they used to fight slaves and soldiers among themselves or with wild beasts.



Trevi Fountain:
It is the most famous and largest fountain in Rome and the world, and as the old sayings say that the one who throws a coin in the water of the fountain will have the day when he returns to Rome again, but with the most people who make them happy in the future.

Tourism in Saudi Arabia

Tourism in Saudi Arabia

Tourist places in Saudi Arabia



Tourism in Saudi Arabia Kingdom Tower in Riyadh

Information about tourism in Saudi Arabia


The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the second largest Arab country in terms of area after Algeria, and it is a prominent tourist destination in the world in terms of religious tourism, as it hosts once a year the rituals of Hajj, and throughout the year it hosts millions of pilgrims.

Tourism in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the most developing sectors that have formed great development and attention in recent years, and within the National Vision 2030, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia decided to invest in the tourism sector, and make it one of the most important pillars on which the vision is based, to change the concept of traditional domestic tourism and make it a competition. For foreign tourism to achieve a global tourism industry.




Tourism in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is the largest country in the Middle East, and it is located in the southwest of Asia. It forms the largest part of the Arabian Peninsula, with an area of ​​about two million square kilometers.

It is bordered to the north by Iraq and Jordan, and by Kuwait to the northeast, and on the east by both Qatar and the United Arab Emirates in addition to Bahrain, which is linked to Saudi Arabia through the King Fahd Causeway on the Persian Gulf, and from the south it is bordered by Yemen, and the Sultanate of Oman from the southeast, as well as by The Red Sea from the west.


Arabic is the only official language, and the citizen population speaks Arabic in more than 20 local dialects, but the formal language is used in the media, education, and official and government dealings.



Culture and history
Saudi Arabia is characterized by the diversity of its topography as a result of its large area that constitutes most of the lands of the Arabian Peninsula, and has gone through the ages with successive geological phases and great climatic changes. There are different terrain, as there are mountain heights, valleys, sand dunes, plateaus and plains.

It is located along the coast of the Red Sea, the Tihama Plain, with a length of about 1100 km, and the Sarawat mountain range rises to the east, which ranges between 9,000 feet in the south, and the height gradually decreases as you head north to reach 3000 feet, and several valleys descend from it to the east and west.



This chain is followed from the east by the Najd plateau and its heights, which reach east to the Dahna desert and the Saman desert, and to the south, in an area interspersed with Wadi Al-Dawasir and bordering the Empty Quarter desert, and from the north the Najd plains extend to the Hail region until it connects with the Nafud desert and then the borders of Iraq and Jordan.

It also has some mountainous heights such as the Tuwaiq Mountains, Al-Arid, Aja and Salma Mountains. As for the Empty Quarter desert, it forms the southeastern part of Saudi Arabia with an area of ​​about 640000 square kilometers and it consists of sand dunes and sabkhas. The eastern coastal plain on the Arabian Gulf consists of salt marshes and sandy areas.


A general view shows the Saudi capital Riyadh, late 03 October 2007. AFP PHOTO/HASSAN AMMAR (Photo credit should read HASSAN AMMAR/AFP/Getty Images)


The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has three sea fronts, with a total coastline of about 3,400 km, one on the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea, and the other two on the Arabian Gulf.

The Kingdom overlooks from the west the coast of the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea from the borders of Jordan in the north to the borders of the Republic of Yemen in the south with a coast of about 2,400 km in length. It also overlooks from the east the Arabian Gulf with two sea fronts, one of which starts in the north from the border with Kuwait to the border with Qatar on Doha Salwa. With a coastline of about 1000 km, the other is southern, starting from the border with Qatar on the Gulf of Al Udeid to the border with the United Arab Emirates on Doha Al-Samira, with a coastline of about 100 km.



The climate of Saudi Arabia has been affected by several natural factors, the most important of which is the astronomical location, as the Kingdom is located within the dry tropical desert region in the western continents, and then it is located in the tropical high pressure area in winter, and within the hot low pressure sphere of southern Asia, which makes it in the midst of the dry winds in the winter. And dry continental winds also in summer. Therefore, the Kingdom’s climate is characterized by aridity throughout the year, and high temperatures, especially in the summer.

Tourist attractions in Saudi Arabia
The Saudi lands are home to many ancient civilizations from the pre-Islamic period, as the site of Al-Shuwaitiyah in Al-Jawf includes a settlement dating back to the Paleolithic period. The Well Hama site in the Najran region includes multiple rock inscriptions extending from 7,000 BC to 1,000 BC indicating that the inhabitants of this region used domesticated dogs and hunted the animals of the region, including camels, goats and cows, using spears and bows.

And in the area between Tathleeth Governorate and Wadi Al-Dawasir Governorate, a civilization known as the “Al-Maqar Civilization” that dates back to 9,000 BC, whose discovery proved that the Arab man was the first to domesticate horses, and that this civilization arose on the banks of an ancient river.

In the north of Al-Ula governorate, Mada’in Saleh (Al-Hajar) became famous, which was inhabited by the Thamudians in the third millennium BC, then by the Lihyanites in the ninth century BC, then by the Nabataeans in the second century BC. Among its most famous monuments are the “Divan of Mount Athlib” and “The Palace of the San’ite”, “The Unique Palace” and “The Girl’s Palace”.


In the Tabuk region, the province of Al-Bada was famous for Madain Shuaib, which was inhabited by the Median people in the second millennium BC, and in Taima a hieroglyphic inscription known as “Tayma’s Hieroglyphic Inscription” was found on it, written on it the name of Ramses III, one of the 20th Egyptian pharaohs (1183 – 1152 BC). It also found an Aramaic obelisk known as the “Stone of Tayma” that dates back to the period of the Babylonian King Nebo Ned (555 – 539 BC), and the inscriptions on it show that a priest named “Sun Ibn Batt or Zir” introduced the cult of an idol called “The Idol of Attack” to the city.

Al-Khali is located in the village of Al-Faw, which was the capital of the Kingdom of Kinda. A palace, a market, wells, writings, inscriptions and frescoes were found in it. Many cemeteries were discovered near Safwa in the Eastern Province known as “Jawan Cemeteries” and it includes four tombs and some monuments dating back to the second century AD. Najran also includes its old city, which is surrounded by a wall of 235 meters long and 220 meters wide, and settlement began in it in the year 600 BC. Birth and continued until the end of the third century AD, and this city witnessed the massacre of the Christians of Najran at the hands of the Jewish king Dhu Nuwas, and they were mentioned in the Qur’an as “the owners of the groove.”

In the Saudi era, many places became famous, such as the Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab Mosque in Al-Dir’iyah, the Nassif House and Khuzam Palace in Jeddah, the Murabba Palace and Masmak Palace in Riyadh, and the Shubra Palace in Taif. There are also four sites that were included in the list of World Heritage sites after it was approved by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), where the beginning was with the Mada’in Saleh site, which was listed in 2008/1429 AH, and then the old Ad Diriyah area was added in 2010 / 1431 AH, and the Historic Jeddah region was registered in 1435/1431 AH. In the year 2015/1436 AH, the rock art in the Hail region was registered to be on the World Heritage List

Tourism in Saudi Arabia
A panoramic image of the Holy Mosque of Mecca
Muslims from all over the Islamic world visit the Grand Mosque in Makkah Al-Mukarramah and the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, which are considered among the most important holy sites for Muslims and the number of their visitors is about 12 million Muslims annually. The rulers of the caliphs, sultans, kings and princes throughout Islamic history have been keen on caring for the Two Holy Mosques, and in the Saudi era they received more attention, expansion, construction and care.

There are also many other Islamic sites in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, including mosques, the most prominent of which is the Quba Mosque, which is known as the site of the first mosque in Islam, the Qiblatain Mosque, which gained its name from the incident of changing the direction of the qiblah, and the Mosque of the Answer. Al-Baqi ‘has been known as the cemetery of the people of Medina since the beginning of Islam, and near Mount Uhud is the cemetery of Uhud martyrs, which includes the bodies of 70 of the martyrs of Uhud.

There are also a number of historical wells, including the well of Aris or al-Khatim, Ghars well, al-Busa or al-Busa, al-Saqia, Othman or Rumah well. Near Wadi Al-Aqiq, you found many palaces belonging to the Companions, the Al-Bayt and the followers of the Umayyad era, including the Anbasa palace, the palace of Urwa bin Al-Zubair, and others. As for the most famous vestiges of the Abbasid era remaining until now, it is Ain Zubaydah, which was built by the Ummah of Aziz Zubaydah for the watering of pilgrims, and it also built watering basins for pilgrims on the road, known as the Darb Zubaydah, which begins in Baghdad and ends in Mecca. The most famous of the Ottoman monuments is the Hejaz Railway, with its stations in Medina and Mada’in Saleh.

tourism in Egypt

tourism in Egypt

Tourist places in Egypt


Information about tourism in Egypt


Egypt is the largest Arab country in terms of population and is a wonderful and diverse tourist destination, where historical, religious, health, recreational and other tourism flourish in it.

It is an Arab country located in the northeast corner of the continent of Africa, and it has an Asian extension, as the Sinai Peninsula is located within the continent of Asia, as it is a transcontinental country.
The Arab Republic of Egypt is bordered on the north by the Mediterranean Sea by a coast of 995 km, and by the Red Sea to the east with a coast of 1941 km, and by the State of Palestine in the north-east with a length of 265 km, and by Libya to the west along a line of 1115 km long, and it is bordered to the south by Sudan at length. 1280 km.
The area of ​​the Arab Republic of Egypt is about 1,002,000 square kilometers, and the inhabited area is 78,990 square kilometers, or 7.8% of the total area. Egypt is divided administratively into 27 governorates, and each governorate is divided into smaller administrative divisions, which are centers or departments.




Culture and history

Egypt is famous for having one of the oldest civilizations on the face of the earth, as people began to migrate to the banks of the Nile and settle down and began cultivating the land and raising livestock about 10,000 years ago, and its people rapidly developed and started simple industries and developed its interconnected social fabric, and they formed peaceful neighboring emirates on the banks of the Nile exchanging trade, A precedent in that all countries of the world.
And it exchanged trade with its neighbors, as Egypt is one of the first trading countries.
The innovation of writing in Egypt had a great impact on the march of life in the country and its rapid development, and the ancient Egyptian was fond of writing, as well as ancient Egypt witnessed development in the fields of medicine, engineering and arithmetic.



touristical monuments
Egypt is famous for its many monuments, where a third of the world’s monuments reside in it, such as the Giza pyramids and the Sphinx, the Temple of Karnak, Deir el-Bahari, Valley of the Kings and its other ancient monuments, such as those in the city of Memphis, Taiba and Karnak, and parts of these monuments are displayed in major museums around the world.
A special science was found to study the antiquities of Egypt called the science of Egyptology, as well as there are Roman, Greek, Coptic and Islamic antiquities of various eras.

The various elements of leisure tourism attract a large number of tourists from all over the world, due to the fact that Egypt has distinctive beaches with a length of more than 3,000 km on the coasts of Bahrain, the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, which is also known as beach tourism. As well as tourism in the Nile River.


The governorates of South Sinai and Suez overlook the Red Sea, and these areas are famous for their clear water and colorful coral reefs, which include 75 species, as well as rare fish, which contributed to tourism in marine sports such as diving and diving, as in Sharm el-Sheikh, Dahab, Nuweiba, Taba and Ras Sidr.
The proximity of the Red Sea mountain range to the beach also provides an opportunity to set up camps and beach camps in the plain between the beach and the mountains, or mountain camps and excursions, and this is spread in cities such as Hurghada, Safaga and El Quseir.


As for the Sinai Peninsula, it is distinguished by its marine and mountainous nature, and its views of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea in the Gulfs of Suez and Aqaba together, and it is also famous for its tourist resorts that operate throughout the year.
As for the northern coastal region, which is the Mediterranean coast; It is characterized by the abundance of its tourist villages along the coast; Especially on the northwestern side between Alexandria and Salloum.



Top 5 activities in the underwater world of Nagawi

Underwater World Langkawi, located in the south of the island of Langkawi in Malaysia, is the largest water park that displays more than 500 species of fish and marine animals. It is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in Malaysia.

Underwater World in Langkawi houses more than 4000 marine creatures that have been protected and placed in nearly 100 different ponds specially designed to suit their nature.

This water park is one of the most important tourist places in Langkawi and an excellent educational center for those who want to expand their knowledge of marine animals, their lifestyle and what they feed on.

Best activities in the underwater world of Langkawi
• Take a tour inside the tunnel that extends under the surface of the water to discover the huge marine species such as sharks, gears, gigantic grouper and closely swimming penguins and learn about the depths of the sea.

• Enjoy watching the shows of trained animals in the hall designated for that, such as penguins and dolphins, with your children and friends.

• Undertake an exploration experience for special sections that include animals found in the tropical rainforests, temperate and sub-polar continents, within the accordium corridor, which extends for 15 meters.

• Take the most beautiful photos and videos as well as a memory for you and your family about your visit to the wonderful underwater world.

• After you finish visiting the place, you can go to the seaside and enjoy it, as it is a short walk away.

work hours
All days of the week from 10:00 in the morning until 18:00 in the evening.

Entrance ticket price
25 RM for children under the age of 12

35 RM for adults.

Top 5 activities in Nishat Bagh Park in Kashmir, India

The Nishat Garden is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Kashmir, as the park overlooks the eastern side of Dal Lake, close to Srinagar in the state of Jammu Kashmir.

It is the second largest park in the Kashmir Valley with an area of 46 hectares.

It is a wonderful park directly overlooking the lake, with an easily accessible location, making it an important tourist destination in India

It is characterized by its green herbs extending all over it, in addition to the tall trees and beautiful waterways in it, in the background the famous Himalayas, which is the highest peak in the world.

What to do when you visit Nishat Bagh?
• Recreation and get a rest in the picturesque garden parts and sit under the huge old trees and spend the most beautiful family times and enjoy the fresh air.

• For lovers of hiking, the park offers you the pleasure of walking among the flowers between fountains and artificial waterfalls, on special paved paths.

• Enjoy seeing the wonderful Dal Lake, where you can sit on one of the steps opposite it and enjoy watching the Kashmir sunset in the lake and the mountains behind it.

• Eat the best traditional delicious foods and enjoy refreshing drinks while you are in one of the restaurants overlooking the park or the simple cafes there.

• Scenes of Nishat Bagh Park in Kashmir will entice you to take photographs of the most beautiful natural scenes, fountains and water channels with elaborate engineering design.

work hours
All days of the week from 9:00 in the morning until 20:00 in the evening.

Tourism in Ulan Bator

Ulan Bator is the capital of the state of Mongolia and its largest city in terms of politics, economy and tourism, and although the city is surrounded by mountains on all sides, it contains many centers of tourist attractions that are worth exploring.

The city is located in the northeast of the country, and during the next lines we will get to know the most important tourist places in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, perhaps your next destination.

Gandantigchenlin Monastery
Ganda Monastery, which is the largest and most important Buddhist monastery in Ulan Bator, housing more than 150 monks, next to a magnificent copper statue with a height of nearly 27 meters.

The exterior and interior design of the monastery is characterized by the distinctive architecture of East Asia, and it is widely popular with tourists coming to the Mongolian capital.

Ulan Bator Mongolia
Schpatar Square
This square was originally built in honor of Genghis Khan, founder of the state of Mongolia, who had a huge statue in the center of the square on his horse.

The statue of Genghis Khan is not the only monument in the square, but it is filled with other monuments such as the monument of Oji Khan and Kublai Khan located on the northern side of the square and directly in front of the Government Palace.

The square houses the Opera House, Cultural Center, and Ballet Center in the country as well as famous restaurants, cafes and stores.

Ulan Bator Mongolia
Shuiken Lama Temple
It is a temple and a museum at the same time, this century-old place embodies the best example of traditional Buddhist architecture, it is located in the center of Ulan Bator and includes a large number of Buddhist architecture embodied in fabrics, silks, masks and collectibles.

The main temple also houses a gilded statue dating back to the eighteenth century of Sakyamuni Buddha with a statue of Shuiken Lama, the monk, in whose honor the temple was built.

Ulan Bator
National Museum of Mongolia
It also bears the name of the Natural History Museum and is considered one of the oldest and most important museums in Ulan Bator and Mongolia in general, the sections in the museum vary between prehistory, the history of the Mongolian Empire, Mongolia during the Qing rule, ethnography, traditional life and the country’s history during the modern era, with a distinctive display of collections. Mongolians and their traditional costume through the ages.

Ulan Bator Tourism
Gorky Terrell National Park
This national park is only 37 kilometers from the city center of Ulan Bator, and is distinguished by its expansive greenery with charming views of the famous Alps.

The park is also characterized by the presence of groves of trees and huge rock formations with unique shapes, as it is crossed in the middle by a river, and there are temples, various entertainment activities, and many dining options.

Tourism in Ulan Bator
Zaisan Monument
The monument is located south of Ulan Bator, and was established with the aim of honoring the Mongolian and Soviet soldiers during their alliance in World War II, and the monument is located on a hill and you will need to climb 300 steps before reaching it, adjacent to the monument is a huge circular memorial plaque depicting scenes of friendship between the people of the Soviet Union and Mongolia.

Tourism in Ulan Bator
Gorkhi Terrell National Park
It is one of the largest and most famous open parks in Ulan Bator, 37 km from the city center, extending green spaces within sight, and a charming river penetrates in the middle of it and is surrounded by mountains on all sides, and the park includes a number of pets such as horses, monkeys and others.


The best tourist areas in Istanbul

The city of Istanbul, the capital of Turkey, is one of the most important cities in the world in terms of tourism and culture.

In addition, it is the only city in the world that extends over the continents of Europe and Asia, which is separated by the famous Bosphorus Strait, which made it mix between geographical charm and historical aura and clearly enriches the tourism experience in Turkey.

The best tourist areas in Istanbul
If you are wondering where to go in Istanbul, we will get to know you in this Istanbul guide about the most important tourist areas in Istanbul that provide you with an enjoyable tourist trip full of surprises and differences.

Sultanahmet district
The Sultan region is considered one of the first tourist areas in Istanbul that are sought after by tourists from all over the world, it has always been famous for its many landmarks such as luxurious mosques, famous museums and luxurious palaces, in addition to a number of popular and upscale markets, which made it distinguished from other Istanbul tourist areas, especially And it includes the Hagia Sophia Museum, Sultanahmet Mosque, and Topkapi Palace

Taksim Istanbul
One of the most important tourist areas in Istanbul thanks to its central vital location in the center of Istanbul, where many activities are gathered that work to entertain the visitor and provide the most enjoyable times for him, through the streets full of shopping centers, and the most important entertainment, cultural and historical attractions, and is famous for Taksim Square and Independence Square.

Eminonu Istanbul
Istanbul Eminonu is distinguished by its charming location and panoramic views of the Bosphorus, which made it one of the most beautiful tourist areas in Istanbul, and it is famous for the presence of the Eminonu port, which provides you with cruises by water sports boats full of entertainment and pleasure, and also includes many restaurants that serve seafood, and one of its most famous tourist attractions is Hammam Kyalwilo and the Egyptian market.

Ortakoy, Istanbul
Ortakoy Istanbul has shops, shopping centers, ancient Ottoman palaces, and what distinguishes it most is the famous Ortakoy Mosque, which has become one of the best tourist areas in Istanbul, and Ortakoy is located in the European section of Istanbul on the sea coast and includes many wonderful views of the Bosphorus Bridge ..

Fatih area
The Fatih area is classified as the most famous tourist area in Istanbul, because it is full of historical monuments and an authentic popular atmosphere, which made it attract many expatriates for tourism in Istanbul, and the area includes a group of mosques, palaces and markets, the most famous of which are the Egyptian market, Topkapi Palace, and Suleiman the Magnificent Mosque.

Sisli, Istanbul
Sisli is one of the tourist areas in high-end Istanbul, for several reasons, including the fact that it has shopping centers, in addition to museums, churches, and mosques, in addition to being easily accessible using Istanbul’s transportation, so going to the Sisli area is really a wonderful and unique experience. .

Florya Istanbul
What distinguishes it most is its geographical location, which is located along the Sea of Marmara, and it is considered one of the most luxurious tourist areas in Istanbul because it includes landscapes and charming beaches that provide the highest levels of relaxation and recreation, as it includes many recreational attractions such as the Aquarium, the beautiful Floria Park, in addition to the malls that provide brands International brands like the famous Florya Mall.

Sheila Turkey
Sheila Turkey is one of the most famous tourist areas in Istanbul, and includes a large group of parks such as Al-Bairaq Park, and contains dazzling beaches that attract thousands of tourists and locals to enjoy the pearly water and silk sand, in addition to the presence of a large number of lakes and historical attractions such as the Silla Lighthouse.

Agave Turkey
Agua is one of the most beautiful tourist areas in Istanbul, thanks to its views of the Black Sea and its many picturesque beaches. And recreational facilities, such as Golar Park.

Riva Istanbul
Riva Istanbul is distinguished by its rural nature with picturesque views and landmarks despite being part of the modern city of Istanbul, and it is one of the best tourist areas in Istanbul for those looking for psychological comfort and attractive natural beauty, as well as a charming beach from the Kayazi River, which flows through it to the Black Sea .

It is one of the most beautiful tourist areas in Istanbul, which is distinguished by its history and civilization, as Bebek Istanbul hosts the Rumeli Hisar Castle and Bebek Park, in addition to many shops, restaurants and cafes, and it is famous for the presence of various types of fish in its lakes.

Istanbul Asian
Asian Istanbul is one of the very important tourist areas in Istanbul, as it includes a large and varied group of tourist attractions such as parks, markets and complexes.

Tourism in Ordu

Ordu is located in the east of the Black Sea region in northern Turkey. Dubbed by several titles, the heart of the Turkish north, the land of calm and the city of oxygen, it enchants everyone who visits it, as it is distinguished by its picturesque nature, its golden beaches, and its pleasant atmosphere.

It is considered one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Turkey, as it embraces many tourist places in Turkey that appeal to nature lovers

The city of Ordu Turkey has a charming nature that distinguishes it from the rest of the Turkish provinces, its moderate weather and pure air, as it includes green mountains and plains extending over large areas of the city and covered by pine and hazel trees.

Getting to Turkey’s Ordu city became easy after the opening of its airport, the first of its kind in Turkey, and the third of its kind in the world. It is called Ordu-Giresun Airport, which was built inside the sea on an artificial island. It became possible to travel from Istanbul to Ordu with a journey that takes only half an hour This is what boosted tourism in Ordu

The most important tourist places in Ordu, Turkey
The Turkish city of Ordu has a wonderful sandy beach that is considered one of the cleanest beaches in Turkey, and it stretches for a long distance along the coast of the Black Sea, and it also includes waterfalls and rivers flowing from between its mountains, and these are the most important features of Ordu:

Ordu Falls
The Turkish city of Ordu includes a group of wonderful waterfalls, the most important of which are Kudingik Waterfalls, located 20 km from Ordu city center, and Ohdamis Waterfall, which is the largest waterfall in the Black Sea region, with a height of about 30 meters.

In addition to the Çiseli Şelalesi waterfalls, located in the middle of the Ibasti forests of Ordu province, its depth is approximately 4 meters, and it is famous for its coolness and fresh water, all of which attract large numbers of tourists annually and are considered one of the most important tourist places in Ordu

Lake Oulu Gol
Ordu Turkey has many lakes and streams running between the mountains, and is characterized by its pure water that is suitable for drinking, swimming, and boating. One of the most famous is Lake Oulu, which is about 17 km from the city center.

The lake is an important destination for Arab tourists in the summer, especially from the Arab Gulf states, and around the lake there are wooden huts and simple hotels.

Ordu cable car
This cable car connects between Ordu and Boztepe, which rises 7000 meters above sea level, and which has a wonderful view of the city of Ordu, and has a number of restaurants and cafes that are the destination of many tourists and residents of the region, the cable car is one of the most famous features of the Turkish city of Ordu …

Onia Castle
One of the most important historical monuments, the city of Ordu, in northern Turkey, attracts many tourists because it contains landmarks and corridors that are said to go down the ground and reach the sea. The castle is approximately 7 km from Ordu city center on a volcanic plateau.

Top 6 activities in Melawati Plateau in Selangor Malaysia

The Melawati Plateau in the Selangor is an important center and turning point in the history of the city in particular, and the history of the country in general.

The plateau is very popular among the tourist destinations in Malaysia, which is located in the city of Selangor, and is only about 30 minutes away from the country’s capital.

Sultan II built his castle on the Melawati plateau in Selangor to protect it from intruders, as the castle overlooks the Malacca Strait.

Nowadays, nothing remains of the Sultan’s castle except for its cannons overlooking the coast, its rock foundations, and the wing that was intended for execution.

The Melawati Plateau overlooks a large number of attractions in the region, and gives visitors wonderful panoramic views of the city and its coasts.

Activities you can do
• You and your family can enjoy the nature of the Melawati plateau by taking a walking tour around it, and taking the most beautiful pictures in its surroundings.

• You can also visit the Milawati Plateau lighthouse in the distinctive white Selangor, which will give you an opportunity to take unique panoramic photos of the city coast.

• Then you can climb the plateau to reach its summit and other landmarks by participating in guided climbing groups provided by the department responsible for it.

• You must take some pictures of the cannons spread around the lighthouse and on the shores of the plateau, some of which are difficult for years.

• Do not forget to take a nice family picnic in the green expanses of Melawati Plateau, and do not forget to watch the most beautiful sunset.

• End your trip with a delicious traditional local or international meal in one of the restaurants near the vicinity of Melawati Plateau in Selangor.

Tourism in Mongolia

The state of Mongolia is an Asian country that includes in its territory the second largest desert in the world, and although it is not a coastal country, it includes on its territory a large number of natural beauty, which made a huge number of tourists flock to the state of Mongolia as tourism to enjoy the distinctive beauty features in it.

Before traveling to Mongolia
The country of Mongolia is characterized by its continental climate, with high temperatures in the summer and extremely cold during the winter, in addition to a moderate climate during the spring and autumn seasons.

Mongolia is primarily a Buddhist country but other religious rites are permitted on its territory.

Railways are the main transportation network in the country that connects its province with each other, as well as its major neighboring countries such as China and Russia.

The official currency of Mongolia is the Mongolian Trog, which is dealt with within the country of Mongolia

What are the seasons for tourism in Mongolia?
It is preferable to visit Mongolia during the spring and autumn seasons, and if you are a fan of low temperatures, winter will be a good option.

Temperatures are high during the summer, so it is advisable to avoid visiting the country during these periods of the year.

During the next few lines, we will get to know the most important tourist countries in Mongolia, with a group of wonderful Mongolian photos.

Tourism in Ulan Bator
It is the capital of the country and the largest city in Mongolia in terms of area and population. The strong railway network in it makes it the best passage between the countries of East and North Asia.

Ulan Bator currently has a large number of attraction centers, the most important of which are huge cinemas, a ski resort, two large playgrounds, a large amusement park and a large number of shops and shopping malls that provide food and entertainment, and the city is expected to grow significantly in the future.

Tourism in Hatjal
This city is one of the most beautiful cities in Mongolia, as it has a charming view of Lake Khovsgol and is a suitable starting point for practicing a large number of recreational activities inside this lake such as fishing, hiking, horseback riding, canoeing and boating.

This charming village allows you to visit the hot springs, see the famous reindeer, in addition to the city’s famous harbor.

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Tourism in Chobalsan
It is the fourth largest city in Mongolia in terms of area and is located in eastern Mongolia, and for centuries it has remained an important commercial center in the country. The city includes a number of museums that tell its history, economic heritage and the transformations that affected it.

The city is characterized by the presence of natural beauties such as the mountains, the highlands and the Khalgin River.

Tourism in the Ardent
It is the second largest city in Mongolia after the capital and is located in the north of the country and next to its economic importance as a source of copper, the city includes a large number of clubs and sports arenas because archery is its main sport.

Ardent also has other tourist attractions such as museums, cinemas, restaurants, and hotels, and the city’s mountains are covered in snow in winter, which allows for an enjoyable skiing practice.

Tourism in Kharkurin
This Mongolian city has many natural beauties, the most important of which is the Orkhon River, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city also includes another historical heritage site, the remnants of the ancient town of Kharkhurin, which was the center of the Mongolian Empire.

Other city attractions include the Erdenne Zoo and its famous ring rock.