Germany - a state in Central Europe
SHOPPING Twice a year, many stores in Germany arrange sales: things of the outgoing season are offered at discounted prices. The timing of the winter sale: the end of January…

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Greece is a state in the south of Europe
SHOPPING Shops are open from 9:00 to 15:00 (in the summer - from 8:30) and from 17:30 to 20:30 (in summer - until 21:00). In tourist centers, shops can work…

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Bulgaria is a state in Southeast Europe
SHOPPING Shops are open from Monday to Friday, Saturday - “short day”. Many trade establishments work without days off (in resorts often until 22:00). Food stores are often open around…

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Albania - a state in south-eastern Europe
SHOPPING As a souvenir from Albania, you can bring a copy of one of the ancient works that are sold everywhere, as well as products of local artisans. Bargaining is…

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Canada – a state in North America

WHERE TO STAY
In Canada, there is no single classification of hotels, and the approximate level of the hotel is indicated by letters. For example, T (Tourist Class) – budget and budget hotels and motels, F (First Class) – the usual “three-star”, S (Superior) – the average hotels of four “stars”, and D (Deluxe) – five well-deserved “stars” “.
In Canada – one of the best camping systems in the world. Cities for tourists are near all major cities and all national parks.
SEA AND BEACHES
Canada is not a country for a beach holiday, but still 5 Canadian beaches deserve Blue Flag as part of an international program for the environmental quality of beaches (one of them is on the South Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, while the other 4 are located on the coast in Toronto) . Continue reading

Ireland – a state in Western Europe

SHOPPING
Large stores are open from 9.00 to 18.00 on weekdays, some supermarkets are open and on Sunday from 12.00 to 18.00. Many small shops work from 7.00 to 23.00 and longer.
One of the souvenirs brought from Ireland can be Irish whiskey. Spirits, including beer, are sold only in retail outlets that have special licenses for this (“Off License”).
In Ireland, you can buy inexpensive and high-quality homespun textiles: tweed, wool, cotton and knitwear. Especially popular are Irish sheep wool sweaters. From souvenirs, figurines of fabulous creatures from Irish myths, goods with Guinness symbols, are most often purchased. Continue reading

Germany - a state in Central Europe
SHOPPING Twice a year, many stores in Germany arrange sales: things of the outgoing season are offered at discounted prices. The timing of the winter sale: the end of January…

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