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What is the best thing in Ibiza to visit?
Asked by: 2405:204:3480:157:c02:99bd:ddf5:5b75
- Hello 2405:204:3480:157:c02:99bd:ddf5:5b75. I moved what you wrote to the Tourist Office, as this is the place where we deal with questions like this.
- As to your question, that depends on what kinds of things you're interested in. Ibiza is obviously famous for its beaches and its dance clubs, to start with. -- AndreCarrotflower (talk) 15:44, 12 February 2018 (UTC)
- Hello, OP. I would suggest you read through our travel guide to Ibiza before posting such generic (and frankly unanswerable) questions, to find out for yourself what there is to visit in Ibiza. You should be able to decide for yourself which attractions or activities appeal to you the most. If you then have specific questions to ask, come back here and ask them. --ThunderingTyphoons! (talk) 16:19, 12 February 2018 (UTC)
Tartu in Midsummer
I and my girlfriend just won a free luxury ship voyage from Helsinki to Tallinn and back. We were just thinking, we've been to Tallinn so many times we want to go somewhere else. So we were thinking of going to Tartu, taking a bus or train from Tallinn. The trip is valid from this day to the end of August, but not in July.
So I was thinking of going in Midsummer in late June. But before I decide, I have to ask a question. Do they celebrate Midsummer in Estonia, and if so, is it on the same days as in Finland? And if so, does Midsummer cause any exceptions in (1) travel between Tallinn and Tartu, and (2) staying in Tartu? We are planning to spend 2-3 days in Tartu, stay at a hotel near the centre, visit museums and eat at restaurants. Will Midsummer affect any of this? Asked by: JIP (talk) 21:52, 12 February 2018 (UTC)