Etruscan Gate “Augustas”
Domus is open January 2nd to April 30th, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and weekends from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; May 1st to June 30th, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and weekends from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; July 1st to August 30th, every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. General admission is €2 and IMAX shows are €7.
Lake Malawi National Park (AKA Lake Nyassa)
You’re going to be served water first, followed by rice and a bowl of noodle soup. Anything you take, you have to eat, and thus don’t take. A number of banchan, or side dishes, are also provided, including kimchi, cucumber, salads radish, and soybeans. By holding the bowl close to your 10, you eat. You will be taught to leave one piece of yellow radish once you complete.
O Berbés is a seaside neighborhood located southwest of the Casco Vello. As it was over 200 years ago, O Berbés is where fishermen bring their catches to be sold in the lonjas, or fish markets each morning. There are several of these markets selling local delicacies like mussels, oysters, gambas, lubina and merluza as well as other types of seafood fished around the Iberian Peninsula.
Stay in the Baltazar Hotel
The ancient site of Mediana is the most visited day trip from Nis and is proof of the wealth and glory of the Roman city of Naissus. It is where Emperor Constantine was born and built a luxurious estate in honor of his birth city. Visitors can admire the ruins of a villa that once had beautiful mosaic floors and a heated bath complex (thermae). There is also a small archaeological museum on the premises. Mediana is located along the Nis – Sofia road, which used to be the “Via Militaris,” or Roman Military Road. Mediana is closed Mondays.
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A lot of travelers are nervous about driving in new countries, and who can blame them! For this reason they tend to stick to modes of transportation such as planes, trains, busses and taxis. However, think about some of your own favorite places in your country. Chances are that a lot of them are not accessible via those means or would be very time consuming and expensive.
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Here we’ll explore the three wineries you must visit in the Povardarie Wine Region of Macedonia.