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The best tourist destinations for Gulf tourists on Eid Al-Adha

The best tourist destinations for Gulf tourists on Eid Al-Adha

The Eid al-Adha holiday is approaching, and the desire to travel rises among the majority, who yearn to enjoy appropriate moments of fun and comfort in the summer of 2017 before he gathers his papers and leaves us.

 

 

On the occasion of the approaching Eid al-Adha, a world famous tourist site has nominated 3 tourist destinations, which are believed to be the most suitable for the Gulf tourist in general on this occasion.

We review with you the three nominated destinations for the Eid al-Adha holiday, all of which are included in the various travel stories packages.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

 

The most important tourist attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina:

1. The Old City (Bachjarchia)
Başkarchia is an ancient area in Sarajevo and is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has an old bazaar and many historical and cultural buildings, and therefore it is considered a historical and cultural center of Sarajevo.

2. Mostar old bridge
The Old Bridge in Mostar is one of the most important cultural monuments in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the symbol of the city of Mostar and one of the most beautiful bridges in the world. The name of the city of Mostar goes back to the word “Mostari” – the bridge guards who guarded it in the Middle Ages. This bridge is one of the most famous Bosnian landmarks It is one of the greatest bridges left by the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans.

3. Yitzha Falls
Jajica Falls, which flows from the Vrbas River, which cuts western and northern Bosnia, and the Pliva River, is considered one of the 12 most magnificent waterfalls in the world, and the height of Jajica Falls is 17 meters. This wonderful landscape is located in the center of Jajica.

4. Hospice in Blagai
At a distance of 10 km from Mostar, a hospice is located on the Buna River, one of the famous tributaries of the Neretva River. The only hospice in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Built in that style. Fresh fish restaurants and cafes are spread around the spring in a very beautiful and romantic way.

 

 

5. The National Park “Ona”
This region is a unique national park in order to preserve natural landscapes and biodiversity. The national park is located in the north of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the city of Bihaj. The most important landmarks of this region are: the Straps and Una waterfalls (24 m), the Unac and Una rivers.

Georgia
The most important tourist attractions in Georgia

Lake Ritsa
Lake Ritsa is one of the most prominent tourist places in Georgia for tourist attractions. It is located in the city of Abkhazia in the north. Lake Ritsa is surrounded by mountains and saturated green and blue waters where trout fish are found. To 117 meters, the summer is the best time to visit the lake, where the weather is cold there, and it is a beautiful place for a picnic, fishing and tours on its boats available for tourism.

Narikala Fortress
Narikala castle or fortress is one of the most important and prominent tourist attractions in Georgia, which many tourists visit. This castle was built in the fourth century AD with the aim of protecting the city from any attack by the enemies, despite a devastating earthquake in 1827 that was able to demolish part of this castle, but the walls and walls that surrounded it were removed and stand up to this day.

The famous Boulevard Garden in Batumi Boulevard
Batumi is one of the most beautiful cities in Georgia at all, which must be among the most important tourist places in Georgia. It is a coastal city overlooking the Black Sea, famous for its pleasant climate, as well as for containing contemporary architecture in its buildings and a number of charming beaches. The most important Batumi gardens extend along the seaside, surrounded by gardens and palm trees in a stunning view. A souvenir that reminds you of the best times.

Aerial Tramway in Tbilisi
This aerial tram is one of the modern means of transportation that was opened in Tbilisi in 2012. It was built at a great height above the old city; To facilitate the process of moving from Rike Park to Narikala Castle in two minutes, and you can also visit the Botanical Gardens and the Kartlis Deda memorial, which has become a symbol of the capital city of Tbilisi, the transfer by tram makes the journey easier and faster and provides you with great views of the Metkvari River and the old town.

Mount Kazbek
Represents Mount Kazbek, which means snow mountain, is part of the beautiful mountainous nature that God gave to Georgia, located in the far north of the country on the border between the Georgian Republic and Russia at the Caucasus Mountains. The witch is above it.

Svetitskhoveli . Cathedral
One of the important architectural buildings in the Georgian Republic, it was built in the fourth century in the city of Mskheta, a historical city located near Tbilisi, the capital. The cathedral was exposed to many attacks by the Persians, Arabs, and Russians, in addition to earthquakes, and the fame of this cathedral is not only for being an important place of Christian worship but also for the inclusion of the

Maha is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which contain international sites of natural and cultural importance.

 

 

Istanbul, Turkey
The most important tourist attractions in Turkey

1 Istanbul
Of course, any tourist coming to Turkey must come to Istanbul, as it is one of the most beautiful tourist cities in the world because it contains several wonderful, beautiful and glamorous historical, religious, cultural, natural and architectural tourist places. The tourist places in Istanbul are innumerable, but it is recommended not only to Istanbul, but to move to other tourist places in Turkey.
2. The giant statues of “Nemrut Heykelleri”
These statues are located in the village of Kakhta in the city of Adi Yaman in eastern Turkey. These statues date back to the ancient Kumagana Kingdom, the kingdom in which Abraham, peace be upon him, lived. The length of these statues is 7 meters, and these statues represent the shape of King Nimrod and some idols worshiped in At that time, this place is very suitable for historical tourists.
3 Amasra
The city of Amasra is one of the most intertwined Turkish cities with nature. Everything surrounding it is natural and beautiful. This city is very suitable for those who want to spend a quiet and comfortable holiday.
4- The Ottoman village of Juma Kiz: (Cumalıkızık)
This village is located in the city of Bursa near Istanbul, and it is the only Ottoman village that remains as it is without any modification or change.
5 Yalova
A city located in western Turkey, two hours away from Istanbul by ship, Yala Ufa enjoys natural pools that contain hot water coming from the beauty covered by the wonderful nature. Located on top of the mountains that surround the natural pools.
6- Mountain Sea Valley (Saklı Kent)
This valley is 18 km long and connects the cities of Antalya and Fethiye, located on the coast of the White Sea, to each other by walking in the White Sea between the mountains. You can walk in the mountainous sea valley by sailing small boats to enjoy its dazzling beauty.
7. Princes’ Islands (İstanbul Adaları)
These islands are away from Istanbul for an hour, go to by ship. This island chain consists of 5 marine islands that compete with each other in terms of beauty and splendor. You can go to the islands for recreation, enjoy their natural beauty and spend a beautiful holiday.
8. Uzun Göl
Uzungöl means the long lake, located in the city of Trabzon on the Black Sea in northern Turkey, a lake surrounded by green mountains containing dense trees and wonderful beautiful roses, you can go there and enjoy the beauty of the wonderful and elegant nature.
9. Kapadokya
A mountain city from the remnants of the Byzantine civilization, its houses and churches are built and carved inside the mountains.
10 Harran
A very beautiful historical place located in the city of Şanlıurfa in southeastern Turkey. It dates back to the era of our master Abraham, peace be upon him, and there are several historical places dating back to the era of the people of our master Abraham, peace be upon him, and there are several historical landmarks such as the fish lake, which is believed to be the place that was burned. In it our master Ibrahim, where these fires turned into a water lake and the woodcutter turned into fish, and there is also the cave in which our master Ibrahim was born, and the cave of the birth and life of our master Ayoub, peace be upon him, and many historical and tourist places that must be discovered in this historical and religious place.