El Salvador - a state in Central America
WHERE TO STAY There are hotels in all major cities and tourist centers. The average price for accommodation - from $ 15 per night in a room with a bed,…

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Israel or the State of Israel - a state in southwest Asia
SHOPPING The range in Israeli stores is very wide. The choice of clothes is worse than in Europe. Audio, video and electrical equipment in Israel is unprofitable to buy. In…

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Morocco is a state in northwestern Africa.

SHOPPING
Shops in Morocco do not have a single work schedule. In general, they work from Monday to Friday from 08.30 to 16.30, a break from 12.30 to 14.00. Most of the trade is carried out in bazaars, of which there are many more in the country. Bazaars operate with little or no days off, with the exception of religious holidays.
Traditional purchases in Morocco are carpets, leather goods, earthenware and china, copperware, precious stones and gold products, and national clothing.
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Malta – an island nation in southern Europe in the Maltese archipelago

SHOPPING
Typically, shops are open from 9:00 to 19:00, on Saturdays until 20:00 (lunchtime, or siesta, lasts 3-4 hours). In busy tourist centers, many shops are open until 22:00. On Sundays, most shops are closed, with the exception of some souvenir and newspaper shops.
From Malta you can bring weaving and pottery, handmade lace, Maltese wines, original Maltese chess (the queen is without a crown, because the knights of the Order of Malta made a vow of celibacy), door handles (they say there are no two identical handles in Malta).
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Cuba – an island nation in the northern part of the Caribbean

SHOPPING
As a souvenir from Cuba, products and jewelry made of coral in combination with silver, Cuban rum, cigars, CDs with salsa melodies, local musical instruments, T-shirts and caps featuring Che Guevara, art fabrics, embroidery and lace, as well as items made of shell are being brought turtles, especially bracelets and hairpins (beware of fakes!).
Shops are open from 9.00 to 18.00 (some until 20.00) on weekdays, on Saturdays from 9.00 to 15.00 (some until 18.00). Supermarkets and shops in resort areas are usually open from 10.00 to 20.00. Most small shops have a separate mode of operation. Almost all shops close on a “siesta” in the area of ​​noon.
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