A city with a history of a thousand years, Marrakech is warm in the late part of the year. The average temperature is 22 ° C, so you can visit the city of brick in thin clothes. You will be impressed by the architecture and lifestyle of the inhabitants. You will surely forget about the busy days when you get to the famous Djemaa El Fna Market, where the snakes, felts, storytellers, acrobats, dancers, musicians and monkeys attract curious tourists.
Visit Menara Gardens, Saadieni Sultan’s Tomb, Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Dar and Said Museums. Do not forget to make your stock of argan oil or try the cosmetics from unusual argan oil recipes.
Algarve is in southern Portugal and is a place where you can spend all year in light summer clothes. The gentle and temperate climate goes hand in hand with fine and golden sandy beaches, some wildernesses, others like Praia Da Falesia, located in the vicinity of the Vilamoura tourist complex, according to guides-turistice.info. Visit Parque Natural da Ria Formosa, the lagoon area between Faro, the capital of the region and the sea.
Have you ever thought you could spend the mini-vacation at the seaside in Thailand? The best time for a few days is the dry season, starting in November and lasting until March. The rainy season runs from July to October, so starting with November, you can enjoy white sandy beaches, palm trees, exotic fruits and Buddhist temples full of mystery.
Warmly in December (31 ° C), Dubai has to be seen at least once in a lifetime. The imposing building of the Burj Khalifa Hotel is a must-see visit. With about 30 euros you can see the world at a height of 828 meters.
Dubai is a vibrant city with a cosmopolitan-avant-garde architecture and a mixture of Arab culture and mysticism, seductive for tourists. Not for nothing is also the realm of contrasts. You can relax at the beach, next to the palm trees, crystal clear water and white sand, and in the evening you can explore the palm-shaped islands and malls, which are close to 40.