May holidays — a great reason to go on a trip. Just think about it and are afraid not to have time with a visa? Not so scary! In our world is full of wonderful places where you can go without prior hassle with documents. Together with experts of the international tourist meta-search momondo.ru we have chosen visa-free and budget destinations that are ideal for the last month of spring.
Rest in Armenia will be able to afford not only those who are lazy to apply for a visa, but also the lucky ones who forgot to update their passport! Recently, the hospitable country of Transcaucasia receives Russian tourists and the usual passport. But this, of course, is not its main advantage. Yerevan, or as the locals like to call it, the Pink city, is the heart of the country, where lovers of antiquities, fans of modern art, and hunters will be able to “hang out”. The main art gallery of the capital houses masterpieces by Rubens, Strozzi, Aivazovsky and other masters from different eras and countries. Not far from here on weekends, the famous Vernissage market takes place, where you can find everything from silver jewelry of the last century and old musical instruments to books of limited editions of the USSR. Taverns and restaurants of the city can also be ranked among its attractions. Dolma, bozbash, hash, basturma — in the menu of institutions you are waiting for hundreds of dishes worthy of the most careful study.
The cost of the flight from Moscow to Yerevan and back in may: from 12.3 thousand rubles
The cost of living in this city: from 1.7 thousand rubles in a double room 3* for one night.
Montenegro is not just a visa-free Europe. First of all, it is the medieval walls and mountain scenery, the waves of the Adriatic and the Mediterranean cuisine… Add to all the low prices have not yet opened the season — and get the perfect holiday. Swim in the sea like only seasoned: the water temperature warms up to 18-20°C. But the temperature and the gentle sun create ideal conditions for leisurely walks through the ancient cities. Fans of this pastime will suit the city of Budva and Bar. The Bar, by the way, is worth a look and avid shopaholics: there is the largest market of the Adriatic coast, full of treasures and unusual Souvenirs. And if you want to be closer to nature, go on a trekking tour of the Durmitor national Park, where you will see majestic canyons, noisy rivers, dense forests and peaceful lakes. Continue reading