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Marriott Tsaghkadzor

Marriott Tsaghkadzor

The hotel complex "Marriott Tsaghkadzor" offers a comfortable stay in the fresh air of Tsaghkadzor,...
Golden Palace Resort

Golden Palace Resort

"Golden Palace Resort-Spa" is the only officially recognized 5-star hotel in Tsakhkadzor, in...
Elegant

Elegant

Elegant" hotel has stylish rooms where the guests can enjoy picturesque view of mountains and...
Villa Jrhogher

Villa Jrhogher

"Villa Jrhogher" is situated in the heart of Dilijan’s forests and is a perfect choice for a small group of friends, colleagues or family members to host up to 10 guests. Free private parking...

Venezuela

 

Capital Caracas
Area 916 445 km²
Population
28 926 000 people
Official language Spanish
Currency Venezuelan bolivar
Climate In January - from +22°C to +24°C
In July - from +10°C to +12°C
Recommended type of holiday Daytimes temperatures during the year range from +30°C to +34°C, and night - from +22°C to +26°C.

 

About country

Though best known for its oil politics and feisty president, Venezuela is in fact an action-packed traveller's destination endowed with an astonishing array of landscapes and experiences. Tropical beaches, vast wetlands, great rivers, idyllic colonial towns, little-explored jungle and majestic mountains are among the South American country's varied settings. Visitors can choose from a wealth of adventure activities or just kick back and enjoy the resort experience. The clear, warm waters of its Caribbean coastline and numerous offshore islands are ideal for snorkelling and diving. The tropical lowlands harbour an enormous array of wildlife, lush vegetation and dramatic waterfalls, while high Andean peaks challenge trekkers and mountaineers.
Originally inhabited by Carib and Arawak Indians, Venezuela was claimed as a Spanish territory by Christopher Columbus in 1498. Spanish rule was administered from a distance, leaving the various regions to develop separately from the capital, Caracas. In the 18th century, Simón Bolívar led widespread resistance to colonial meddling, and Venezuela finally became a sovereign state in 1830.Today's politics are dominated by President Hugo Chávez, who draws on the support of the disaffected masses of poor Venezuelans. Despite attempts by the opposition to remove him, Chávez has remained a formidable political force, gaining another six-year term after an overwhelming victory in 2006.

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Uruguay

 

Capital Montevideo
Area 176 220 km²
Population
3 372 000 people
Official language Spanish
Currency Uruguayan peso
Climate In January - from +22°C to +24°C
In July - from +10°C to +12°C
Recommended type of holiday The most famous resort is Punta del Este

 

About country

Laid-back and off the beaten track, tiny Uruguay welcomes visitors with miles of pristine beaches, vast open skies and one of Latin America's most cosmopolitan capital cities. Thanks to its high standard of living and the relaxed hospitality of its people, it's a delightful place to travel, yet still draws fewer tourists than neighbouring Brazil and Argentina.
Three destinations jump to the top of most traveller's itineraries: culturally vibrant Montevideo, with its lively arts scene, breezy beachfront promenade and the world's longest carnival celebration; picturesque Colonia, sporting cobblestoned streets, leafy plazas and 18th-century Portuguese colonial architecture; and trendy Punta del Este, luring jetsetters with its beaches, fine restaurants and frenetic nightlife. Visitors with more time should explore the dunes, lagoons and surf breaks of Uruguay's long Atlantic coastline, soak in the hot springs near Salto, or spend the night at a tourist estancia amidst the wide-open grandeur of gaucho country.

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Colombia

 

Capital Bogota
Area 1 138 910 km²
Population
45 618 000 people
Official language Spanish
Currency Colombian peso
Climate year-round on the coast +27 ° C
Recommended type of holiday beach vacation
sightseeing


About country

No longer a destination for just daredevils, this extraordinary country has battled decades of civil turmoil to emerge as one of South America's hottest new destinations. It is jammed with unspoilt mountains, coastline and jungle, not to mention stunning archaeological sites and vibrant culture. Ten years ago, Colombia was famous only for its drug dealers, left-wing guerrilla groups and paramilitaries. But with the militant groups now at their weakest point in decades, this beautiful country is enjoying a travel renaissance with more and more tourists emboldened to visit.And they are finding much to explore. Natural attractions include rippling mountains, expanses of the Amazon Basin, large lakes, vast plains and a Caribbean coastline that twinkles with azure water. Meanwhile man-made wonders include lost cities, fabulous pre-Columbian sculpture and colourful colonial houses adorn the towns. Until now, Colombia has received relatively few travellers in comparison with other South American nations, and visitors can expect an unfeigned welcome and genuine curiosity from its people.

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Peru

Capital Lima
Area 1 285 220 km²
Population
29 462 000 people
Official language Spanish, Aymara, Quechua
Currency Peruvian nuevo sol
Climate In February +26°C in the South, +36°C in the North.
From June to August -afternoon in the South +19°C, in the North +28°C. 
Recommended type of holiday beach vacation
sightseeing

 

About country

From ancient cultures to bustling cities to extraordinary landscapes, few destinations have as much to offer visitors as Peru, an astonishingly varied country. Here you'll find panoramic mountain ranges, vast deserts, beautiful beaches and tropical jungle, not to mention fantastically rich history, archaeology, wildlife and enduring indigenous cultures. You can make a trip to Peru whatever you want it to be, whether it is trekking the Inca Trail or heading out to more remote places to explore the little-known areas of the country.
Images of the extraordinary remains of ancient civilisations will inevitably jump to mind. The Inca stronghold Machu Picchu is one of the most famous and photogenic archaeological sites in the world and the mysterious Nazca Lines boggle the brain, but there are hundreds of similarly fascinating and even older sites to discover.
The beautifully excavated ruins of Chan Chan near Trujillo are clues to a culture which presided for 600 years, and these ruins were once the largest pre-Columbian city in South America. Heading off the beaten track, up in the northern mountainous region of Peru you will find Kuelap, an ancient fortress and burial site of the Chachapoyas culture. These remains are far less visited than others and provide the adventurous traveller with a challenge.
All are set in stunning landscapes, whether parched desert coast, soaring sierra or remote rainforest overflowing with wildlife. Such a diverse landscape generates diverse pleasures; you can hike through snowy peaks one day, and relax on the beach the next; paddle a dugout through lowland rainforest or hop on a traditional reed boat on some of the world's highest lakes.

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Chile

 

Capital Santiago
Area 756 950 km²
Population
17 129 000 people
Official language Spanish
Currency Chilean peso
Climate In the North average temperatures are from +12°C to +22°C. 
In the South - from +3°C to +14°C.
Recommended type of holiday beach vacation
sightseeing


About country

Chile’s elongated, unique shape makes it one of the world’s most geographically unique countries, and this South American nation’s cartography lives up to its reputation. From top to bottom, thousands of miles encompass arid, rain-starved desert in the north to the icy glaciers of the south. The beautiful Andes mountain range is rarely far from view, defining the country's eastern border. Such a rich natural setting provides Chile with a wealth of possibilities for fans of the great outdoors. From excellent skiing facilities, through to trekking, horse riding and white-water rafting, adventure sport opportunities in Chile will push most adrenaline junkies to their limits. The country's capital Santiago nestles in a central valley between the Andes and the Chilean Coastal Mountain range. A cosmopolitan city with its own version of Bond Street - Alonso de Cordova - it has several museums, Spanish colonial buildings and parks and taking to it by foot is simply the best way to see it. Santiago also has a wide range of accommodation and restaurants nestling on the cobbled street corners.

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