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"Welcome to Vienna - Vienna Card
"The multiple benefits of the Welcome to Vienna Package include:Coffee and cake in the traditional Cafe Central A delicious typical lunch or dinner in a popular Viennese restaurant 72-hour Vienna Card including unlimited shops and restaurants! Vienna Hop-on Hop-off Tour valid for 24 hours. Set your own pace get on and off at any of the 13 stops as often as you wish. Operates on the hour every hour between 10am and 5pm. Services run every 30 minutes on weekends. """
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Vienna Pass Including Vienna Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket
"Pick up your pass at Vienna International Airport or at the ticket desk near Karlsplatz in central Vienna. Depending on the option selected your pass is valid for either 1 2 3 or 6 calendar days from first use. You’ll also receive unlimited access to the Vienna hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus for the duration selected.All passes include entry to more than 60 must-see Vienna attractions many of which have special entrances for pass holders so you can avoid the regular ticket lines. Hop on the sightseeing bus to get around town and enjoy the interesting onboard commentary as you ride. Discover Austria’s imperial heritage at the magnificent Imperial Palace (Hofburg) and Schönbrunn Palace or visit Tiergarten Schönbrunn
From EUR59.00
 
Florence Art and Street Food WalkingTour
"Combine art and food and you will get the best tour.Spend two hours discovering the principal attractions of Florence the birthplace of the first gelato. Try one of the best one made with fresh ingredients while visiting the three main squares of Florence: Piazza Signoria Piazza Santa Croce and Piazza Duomo.Entering in the hidden medieval district you will learn how typical Tuscan dishes and panini are made such as Trippa Lampredotto and Porchetta.For those who are more picky you can save your energy for a delicious wine-tasting with typical Tuscan starters such as crostini ham and salami.At the end of the tour you will get suggestion to get the best lunch and dinner before you leave Florence!Each place we visit is chosen for its historic significance and outstanding reputation among locals and connoisseurs.""
From EUR118.00

Most Viewed Local Customs in Yemen

Photography of Muslim Women

Photography of Muslim women is generally considered offensive, and anyone caught taking pictures may face the wrath of their male relations, or may have to answer to the police. Therefore, anyone...
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traveldave
Apr 14, 2011

QAT GOT YOUR TONGUE ?

QAT (pronounced Kat) is the very soul of Yemen. It is not just leaves which are chewed on; it is the way of life, friendship culture and conversation. At first glance it looks like long green leaves...
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DAO
Apr 04, 2011

Agricultural Terraces

The mountain region of Yemen consists of steep, rugged mountains with little level land useful for agricultural purposes. To solve the problem, Yemeni farmers have been constructing agricultural...
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traveldave
Oct 15, 2010

The Jambia

The jambia is a traditional curved dagger worn at the waist by Yemeni men. (The jambia pictured here can best be seen by enlarging the picture). Archeological evidence suggests that jambias originated...
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traveldave
Oct 15, 2010

Chewing the Qat

Yemen, especially in the north, is as much in the grip of this leaf as Western culture is in thrall to alcohol. Consuming it is a daily ritual if you can afford it: and its cultivation and...
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TheLongTone
Jan 16, 2010

Guns: just say 'NO'

I only saw a handful of men carrying AK47s. Instead at every police checkpoint you see this remarkable sign: a representation of a Kalashnikov in the barred circle meaning 'No whatevers'. (My reasons...
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TheLongTone
Jan 16, 2010
 
 
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TOURRAH! TOURRAH!

The first time I heard this being shouted at me I thought it was the Arabic word for Tourist. Not too hard to figure out who the visitor was around here. About the 3rd time this happened a small boy...
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DAO
Oct 28, 2009

my birth place says ...

be rude!!be pushy shove shout wateverother wise u wil be ignored men donot aproach women for anything women pls dont smile too much at the guys u wil be followed like forevertry to find some resident...
scarykitty
Oct 22, 2008

General Graffiti

Many towns and villages, as well as the countryside have graffiti on the walls. As well as the political symbols there is writing in many colours. I have no idea what is written, it is all in Arabic....
janiebaxter
Mar 16, 2008

Myrrh

Yemen is famous for its ancient Frankincense route but Myrrh was also widely used in ancient times and was grown in the same areas as Frankincense. The Queen of Sheba was said to have visited King...
janiebaxter
Mar 09, 2008

Frankincense

In pre-christian times Frankincense was 12 times more expensive than gold and was used in all the ancient ceremonies and rituals – burials, marriages, and births as well as in the home for freshening...
janiebaxter
Mar 09, 2008

Alcohol

Alcohol is very difficult to obtain as a tourist in Yemen, however you can legally bring it into the country with you. But you must drink it in private and never in a public place. Some of the hotels...
janiebaxter
Mar 09, 2008

The Jambiya (Dagger)

The Jambiya is a curved dagger worn by all men in Yemen. Historically The Jambiya’a has been a tradition in Yemen for over 1400 years and symbolises honour, fashion, tradition, family and wealth. When...
janiebaxter
Mar 09, 2008

The Kalashnikov - an Essential Accessory

Most men in Yemen own a kalashnikov rifle, as well as a Jambiya, and it is quite normal to see men strolling around with their kalashnikov slung over their shoulder like a fashion accessory. The man...
janiebaxter
Mar 08, 2008

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"Yemen - the real Arabia"
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"YEMEN* THE LAND OF QUEEN SHEBA * YEMEN"
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