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FREQUENTLY ASQUED QUESTIONS
In what language do local residents of Uzbekistan speak?
The official language is Uzbek, but the bulk of the population also understands the Russian language. In addition, English is becoming quite popular among young people.
What clothes should I take with me to travel around Uzbekistan? Are there any restrictions on clothes for women?
On the eve of travel to Uzbekistan, choosing what to put in a suitcase from clothes, give preference to things made of cotton and other natural fabrics. Do not forget about comfortable shoes, because most of the sightseeing programs are walking. Be sure to bring a light hat and sunglasses. There are no strict restrictions in clothing for women. However, when visiting religious places of worship, you should always have a scarf to cover your head and shoulders.
Is it possible to carry out photo / video shooting at tourist sites?
On all monuments in Uzbekistan you can take pictures and shoot videos, if there is no sign directly prohibiting it. Most tourist facilities charge a separate fee for a professional photo shooting. You cannot take pictures in the metro, airports, railway stations and governmental buildings, and in active mosques this is done only with the permission of the worshipers.
How much foreign currency can be imported into Uzbekistan?
Import of cash foreign currency to Uzbekistan is not limited when filling out the customs declaration. When importing more than 5,000 US dollars (or equivalent in another foreign currency), customs authorities issue a certificate of the TS-28 form. When you export foreign currency in cash exceeding $ 10,000, a fee of 1 percent is levied.
Is it possible to bring alcoholic beverages to Uzbekistan?
In Uzbekistan it is allowed to import up to two liters of alcoholic beverages per person.
Can foreign citizens connect to a cellular operator in Uzbekistan?
Foreign citizens can become subscribers of any of the cellular companies of Uzbekistan (Ucell, Beeline, UMC, UzMobile) if there is a temporary registration.
What is the time difference with Uzbekistan?
In Uzbekistan, +5 hours GMT.
Can I use a credit card when I pay?
MasterCard or Visa credit cards in Uzbekistan can be used mainly only in the capital. You can withdraw cash from your credit card at ATMs in major hotels in Tashkent. Also some hotels, restaurants and shops accept credit cards for payment. Sometimes there can be technical problems with their use, so it’s better to always have enough cash with you.
What currency is on the move in the territory of Uzbekistan? Where can I exchange foreign currency?
The national currency of Uzbekistan is Uzbek sum (UZS). Banknotes with denominations of 200, 500, 1000, 5000 and 10000 UZS are in circulation. You can exchange currency at the offices of the National Bank, specialized exchange offices and in some hotels. Exchange offices are also located near bazaars, markets. When exchanging money with you, you must have a passport and a temporary registration. There is a so-called “black market” currency exchange, but you should not change money on the street. Illegal currency exchange is punishable by law. It should also be noted that old, damaged banknotes and banknotes with the inscriptions are not accepted for exchange.
Is it obligatory to make a temporary registration while in the Republic of Uzbekistan?
Foreign citizens who are temporarily staying in Uzbekistan must register upon arrival at the place of stay for three days, excluding holidays and weekends. When staying at the hotel, the hotel will automatically register you. When you leave the hotel, do not forget to check whether you received a registration form with the hotel’s stamp.
Do citizens of Russia and CIS need a visa to enter Uzbekistan?
With the CIS countries, except Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan signed bilateral agreements on visa-free regime. To enter Uzbekistan, you need to have a passport with you, and 2 customs declarations must be filled at the customs post, one of which must be kept by you till the end of the trip.
Transportation of animals in the Airplane
If you decide to take your pet on a plane, be sure to inform the operator about it when booking a seat or buying a ticket and familiarize yourself with the rules of importing animals to the destination country. For transportation of animals in the plane abroad it is necessary to issue a veterinary certificate in the state veterinary institution and a permit for export. For transportation in an airplane of animals and birds, the passenger must provide his own container (cage) of sufficient size with air access. The bottom of the container (cage) must be waterproof and covered with absorbent material. As an exception, animals and birds can be transported in tightly closed baskets, etc. The size of the cage for the dog should allow the animal to stand upright and rotate 360 degrees. Do not forget to bring with you a veterinarian first-aid kit, canned food and dry food for animal feeding on the way. For transportation in the cabin of the aircraft, as a rule, only one pet in the cage is allowed (cat, dog, bird). The permissible weight of an animal for traveling in the cabin of an aircraft is determined by each airline independently. For example, when flying on Aeroflot flights, the weight of the animal with the cage should not exceed 8 kg, if the weight is exceeded, the journey for the animal is provided only in the luggage compartment. The weight of the animal and the container for its transportation on the plane is not included in the rate of free baggage transportation and is paid only as excess baggage. Only guide dogs accompanying their hosts in flight are carried free of charge.
Free baggage weight.
The rules of air transportation are constantly changing. To avoid getting into an unpleasant situation and not to pay extra money for extra cargo (especially often with charter flights), specify the maximum weight of luggage and hand luggage.
Time of check-in and check-out from the hotel.
Be sure to ask about the rules of the hotel (if this is a mass direction, the agent will be informed). Most rooms are released until 12 noon on the day of departure, and the check-in takes place from 14:00 or later. Those. If you arrive at 6 am, then you will have to wait a very long time. What you need to know: is there room in the hotel for waiting to be populated or at least a room for luggage (what prevents you from going to the nearest cafe, having a snack and going to the beach?). If the “late checkout” service is actual, if you have an evening return flight; The cost of this service.
Which hotel services are included in the price, and which ones are paid additionally?
A very important issue when planning a vacation budget. Each hotel has its own rules, and if you need free Wi-Fi, it is better to clarify this in advance. In many hotels in Spain and Italy sun beds and umbrellas must be paid separately, in hotels in Cyprus – in different ways. The same goes for the safe.
What type of food?
This question from the series “is it far from the beach?”. But please note that full board meals are not all inclusive. And Ultra all-inclusive is different from All-inclusive. And breakfasts are different too. More on this later. Or our managers will tell you about this in our office.
What are the customs restrictions?
Customs rules exist and one can not forget about them. There are restrictions on the transport of tobacco and alcohol products, there are more specific, as, for example, in Thailand – you can not export their land / sand. To our tourists we issue the Memo, in which all this information is collected
What are the features of health insurance?
Many do not know in which cases medical insurance operates. For example, it does not apply to cases involving pregnancy or dentistry. This can be learned by carefully studying the Medical Insurance Regulations, which we obligatorily give out to tourists.
What are the directions of the travel agency?
We can send a tourist to almost anywhere in the world, it all depends on preference.
Can I buy a tour without coming to the office of the travel agency?
Yes, easily! Use the option of paying the tour by bank transfer.
What is the difference between a Euro-class bus and a tour-class?
The Euro-class bus is distinguished by its comfort: soft seats, TV and DVD, air-conditioning system, water cooler, etc. Tour class is a bus mainly intended for sightseeing tours.
How reliable are your buses?
Our transport fleet consists of highly reliable German Euro-class buses.
How often does the bus break on the way?
Of course, anything can happen on the road. And any transport someday and it breaks. But we have such cases are extremely rare. And if they do, it is eliminated within 2-6 hours. All buses (even the newest ones) pass mandatory inspection before each trip to avoid unexpected on the way.
Is there a toilet in the bus?
Yes, there are toilet cabins in our buses.
What are burning tours?
Last minute tours are when the tour operator has redeemed all the places in the hotel, plane, ordered a transfer, etc., but for some specific date does not manage to realize these tours, in this connection, the price reduction starts and special offers arise.
Does the quality of service depend on the purchase of burning vouchers?
The quality of service does not depend on the purchase of burning tours, but depends on the category of the hotel.
How many days in advance can I book a tour?
It all depends on the country visited. If this is a visa country, then a short period of submission of documents for 9-14 days. Visa-free countries – 3 days before departure.
Can I cancel the trip two days or a day before the tour starts?
Of course, you can cancel the tour for a day or two. But you should take into account that there are penalties, as a rule, it is from 20% to 90% of the cost of the tour.
What is a transfer?
This is a meeting at the airport, railway station, port and escort to the hotel in both directions.
Why do you have some hotels - prices do not coincide with other agencies? Why is there a difference?
- We, like any self-respecting travel agency, sell tours at prices recommended by the tour operator and do not contact unreliable operators, unless the client himself insists on it.
Someone from the agency may deliberately underestimate the cost, and someone on the contrary, adds to the recommended price of some of its extra charge (this is typical of travel agency networks).
Also, more likely, the agency where you found a lower price, works with a tour operator that either just entered the market or does not belong to the category of reliable. In any of these cases, you have a chance to irretrievably spoil your holiday!
It is incorrect to compare only prices, you need to consider the quality of the service! Under the quality of the tourist service is understood and the issuance of documents in the office of the travel agency, and not at the airport (with the exception of the situation when errors are found in the documents one hour before departure), and getting answers to the questions that interest you, and meeting the representative of the tour operator at the airport of another country, And accommodation in the hotel you have chosen, not the category below, etc.
At first glance, only the price is visible, and a spoiled vacation is something that can follow a substandard service!
Is the prices on your website realtime? What is included in the price? What are the surcharges?
- Prices on our website are valid for those dates indicated in the special offers.
The package tour includes: flight, airport-hotel-airport transfer, accommodation at the selected hotel, meals (if you choose meals), medical insurance, as well as insurance against financial risks (cancellation of tours).
The package tour does not include: visa fees (if any) and fuel charges, excursions.
How to book and buy a tour?
- The first way.
First you can independently choose a country or special offer that interested you on our site. You can also use our “Search for Tours” and find the best offer for yourself. Then you need to fill out an online booking form and our managers will contact you as soon as possible.
The second way.
You can call us and we will choose the best tour for you, based on your needs, opportunities and desires.
ATTENTION!!! We do not book tours on the phone! We can specify the date of the tour, hotel, room rate, departure date, but the tour reservation is carried out only in your presence. We conclude a contract with you, you make an advance payment or full payment and we are waiting for the official confirmation of this tour from the operator.
How to buy a 'hot tour'?
- Tour (hotel) is available, as long as you reach our office, the situation can change many times.
Therefore, competent tourists come to our office in the morning, we together watch burning tours on a common base and immediately book a suitable tour.
We kindly ask you to listen to our recommendations regarding the choice of the operator when you are buying hot tours. Often the difference of 10-20 dollars can spoil your vacation, therefore, based on our experience, we offer you tours of only reliable operators.
“Last minute tours” are almost always, but in the “summer season” (from the end of June to the end of August) – these are not always the hotels you would like to go to.
Therefore, if you care about which hotel to go to, do not wait for very hot tours, and use special offers that go 1.5 to 2 weeks before departure.
What is the difference between a tour operator and a travel agency?
The tour operator forms a tourist product (it searches for foreign partners, chooses hotels, selects excursions, negotiates with airlines, insurance companies, etc.)
The travel agency promotes and sells this tourist product to potential tourists.
The tour operator, as a rule, does not assume the functions of communicating with the client directly, this function is performed by the travel agency.
Visa issues. For which countries do you need a Schengen visa?
- The list of countries of the Schengen agreement at the beginning of 2012 looks like this (25 countries):
– Germany (without Büsingen on the Upper Rhine);
– Greece (without Athos);
– Denmark (without Greenland and the Faroe Islands);
– Italy (without Levigno enclave);
– the Netherlands;
– Norway (without Spitsbergen and Bear Islands);
– Czech Republic;
They are not members of the European Union, although Norway, Iceland and Switzerland are part of the Schengen zone.
Five members of the European Union have already signed the Schengen Agreement, but remain outside the Schengen area, since passport control has not been completely abolished (UK, Ireland) or its cancellation is only planned in the future (Bulgaria, Cyprus, Romania).
What are the guarantees of opening a visa when buying a trip?
The rules of the visa regime for entry into a particular country are established by the consular authorities of a particular country and no foreign consular institution ever promises a tourist company a 100 percent visa reception by its clients. No other organization can guarantee tourists a 100 percent visa. The final decision on issuing visas is always in the full and exclusive competence of the relevant embassy. The only thing that depends on the travel agency is checking the correctness of filling out the questionnaires, monitoring the completion of visa documents, and also timely submitting them to the embassy for consideration. At the same time, the travel agency has no influence on the decision of foreign consular institutions to issue visas, acting only as an intermediary representing the interests of the customer. The embassy may, at its discretion, request additional documents from the tourist or arrange a personal interview.
Can I travel around the Schengen countries with a visa from one of these countries?
You can travel, however, you must strictly follow the following rules: “rule of the main country” – when traveling at once to several Schengen countries, a visa must always be issued at the embassy of the country to which the main part of your trip falls; “First entry” – if the country of main destination is not defined (for all countries the route has an equal number of days of stay), then the visa is issued by the embassy of the country of the first entry (in this case it is necessary to enter Schengen through this country). Violation of these rules can lead to deportation or denial of a visa on a subsequent trip.
What are the reasons for the possible refusal to issue a visa?
As a rule, the embassy does not explain the reason for the refusal. However, the following factors may serve as the reason for the refusal: previous violations of the visa regime (late visa, use of the visa for other purposes, non-compliance with the “first entry” rule, illegal work, etc.), the applicant’s refusals in other embassies , Cases of violation of public order recorded during previous trips, unpaid fines and legal costs, suspicion of a threat to state or public security, falsified documents, concealment or misrepresentation of personal data, with The opening of dual citizenship or the existence of a residence permit in another state, etc. In addition, they can also refuse on suspicion of intention to illegally emigrate or on the basis of unconvincing data on financial solvency. We always inform the client about the current visa rules and warn against ill-considered steps.
What if I received a refusal from the embassy?
The stamp in the passport on the refusal of the visa does not prohibit the re-submission of documents. Analyze for what reasons you could be refused a visa. If due to problems with the documents, we recommend that you correct the comments and submit the documents again. If, for any reason, you were included in the database of undesirable persons, it is in your best interests to find out exactly this reason. If, in your opinion, there were no grounds for prohibition, then we advise you not to drop your hands. Appeal until justice is restored.
Can I open multiple annual or semi-annual Schengen visas through you?
No, we do not open. The fact is that for tourist trips the maximum possible period of stay in the Schengen is legally limited to 90 days. Opening of annual or semi-annual Schengen visas is possible only on the basis of business or private invitations, which must be submitted to the embassy personally by the applicant.
Does the presence of a visa guarantee entry into the country?
The presence of a visa in the passport does not guarantee compulsory entry into the country. The border guard has the right to check your return ticket, hotel vouchers, the amount of money and ask control questions. It is the border guard, stamping the stamp with the entry mark, finally decides on your admission to the country.
What documents are needed for traveling abroad with children?
For traveling abroad with a child it is enough that the child is entered in the passport of one of the parents (the child’s picture is obligatory after 5 years!) Or had his own children’s travel document. It is also desirable to have a birth certificate with you. At the same time, it does not matter whether the child leaves with the support of both parents or only one of them. If a child travels abroad only with his father or mother, you must submit a written permission to leave the second parent. This permission must be notarized.
Does your company apply for a visa Uzbekistan?
According to American consular rules, the visa applicant must necessarily personally come to the US Embassy on the appointed day for the interview. We, of course, supply our tourists with an official letter, where we indicate the route of travel and ask for assistance in obtaining a visa. However, this letter serves only as a confirmation of your tourist motives and is not a basis for opening an Uzbekistan visa. The final decision on issuing a visa or on refusal is made by an immigration official based on the results of interviews and the study of your personal documents. We provide a letter only for booking and payment of the tour. We are always ready to provide you with detailed information on cities, hotels and all sorts of individual programs in the Uzbekistan.
USEFUL TIPS FOR TRAVELERS
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What if you missed the plane?
Delay on a plane can get the most stubborn traveler out of the rut. After all, because of the current situation, the plans that were built at times on the other end of the Earth are collapsing. A new ticket for a plane and a new flight is always an unnecessary hassle and a waste of money. Nevertheless, everything happens in life, therefore in the article we will tell you what to do if the passenger is late for the flight.
There is a golden rule of the traveler, which reads: “Keep the emergency reserve on the card and put money on Skype.” The fact is that anything can happen during the trip, and extra money or an urgent call may be needed suddenly. To this situation is the delay on the plane.
If your aircraft has not yet departed
So, if you realize that you are late for your flight, call the airline’s representative immediately. You can start hysterics when your plane has already flown away, but until this moment you need to gather and do everything possible to still be in it. If the check-in for the flight ends just a few minutes before your arrival, there is still a chance that you will be given a boarding pass. As the airlines insist, they do their best to meet the passengers. The main thing is to call and explain your situation. Even if the plane left without you and did not have time to do anything – worry and cry early. After all, we must do everything possible to go to the destination in the near future with minimal financial losses. To do this, you need to call your airline, where experts will pick up for you the best flight, for which you will need to pay extra. It is worth noting that some carriers have a penalty for failure to appear on the flight, the so-called “no show”, so read the terms of the fare carefully when buying a ticket. If in general punctuality is not your second “I”, consider this when buying air tickets. Choose the rates that allow you to change the ticket with minimal financial loss. Of course, these councils deal exclusively with traditional carriers. Late departure for a low-cost flight is already a problem for the passenger, and you need to get out of it yourself.
If you missed the time of transfer
A common option for being late for a flight is during a transplant. There are both direct flights, for example, from Bangkok to Tashkent, and with a transfer – for example, Moscow – Bangkok with a transfer in Singapore. This is always reported by the airline when buying a ticket. Because of the delay of the first flight, you can be late for the second one, if the time between the transplants is 2-3 hours. But in this case, the entire responsibility is borne by the airline. At the airport of the transplant, you need to find a representative of the company and get a boarding pass for the nearest flight in your direction. If you are late for a connecting flight of a passenger, the air carrier should serve you the same way as with a delay in the flight: for passengers with children, provide a room for the mother and child; After two hours of waiting to provide refreshments, two phone calls or two messages by e-mail; Four hours later – hot meals. Then feed every six hours in the afternoon and every eight hours at night; After six hours at night and eight in the afternoon – to provide a hotel room and a round trip. On such bonuses the passenger is entitled only in the case of buying a ticket for a flight from one airline in its offices or agencies. If tickets were purchased for flights from different airlines and the delay for the second was due to the delay of the flight of the first, in this case it is considered that the delay was not due to the fault of the airline. It is also worth noting that only traditional airlines provide bonuses for their passengers. If you missed the connecting flight of the loukoster, you will have to buy a new ticket. To be sure that you are on time on a connecting flight, you should choose a flight with a docking time of at least two hours. In any case, in order not to be late for a flight, it is enough to follow simple rules. First, arrive at the airport at least 1.5 hours before departure, and secondly, take into account the weather conditions and put them on the road – add at least one hour, thirdly, get to the airport by train and, finally, study the pre-scheme Airport, so as not to wander around terminals in search of your own. We wish you always to have time on your flights!
ABBREVIATIONS AND TERMINOLOGY IN TOURISM
- Types of accommodation
- SNGL (single) – single room.DBL (double) – double room with one large double bed.TWIN (twin) – double room with two separate beds.
TRPL (triple) – triple room.
4 PAX (quarter) – four-bedded room.
Extra bed is an extra bed.
ADL (adult) – adult.
INF (Infant) – child 0-2 years old.
CHD (child) – a child from 2 to 12 years, but in a number of hotels up to 15 -18 years.
Baby cot – baby bed for baby 0-2 years old.
SNGL + INF (single + infant) -1 adult + child (0-2 years).
SNGL + CHD (single + child) -1 adult + child (2-12 years).
DBL + INF – 2 adults + child (0-2 years).
DBL + CHD – 2 adults + child (2-12 years old).
DBL + ЕХВ – 2 adults + 3rd adult on extra bed.
DBL + 2 CHD (2-6) – two adults in a double room + 2 children from 2-6 years old.
2 ADL + 2 CHD (2-6) (2-12) – 2 adults + 2 children from the age of (the first from 2-6 years old, the second from 6-12 years old).
2 ADL + 2 CHD (6-12) – 2 adults + 2 children from 6-12 years old.
TRPL +1 CHD (2-6) – triple + child from 2-6 years.
2 ADL +1 CHD (2-12) – triple + child from 6-12 years old.
3 ADL + 2 CHD (2-6) – triple + two children 2-6 years old.
3 ADL + INF (0-2) + CHD (3-6) – triple + 2 children: the first child under 3 years old, the second 3-6 years old.
3 PAX + 1CHD (2-5) – four-seat +1 child 2-5 years old.
3 ADL – five-bedded room.
Bed (only) – accommodation without meals.
- Types of housings
MB (main building) – the main building.
New Building- a new building.
APT (appartment) – the type of rooms that have, in addition to the living area, a zone equipped with a kitchenette, a set of dishes, an electric stove, a kettle, are usually sold without food.
1 BDRM – apartments with one bedroom.
2 BDRM – apartment with two bedrooms.
BGLW (bungalo) – a bungalow – a separate building, used to accommodate tourists, is often offered in tropical countries.
VILLA – villa, detached house, VIP level, usually having an advantage over other types of accommodation – your garden, your pool, a large area, an exclusive location in the hotel, privacy from other tourists.
HV (Holiday Village) – club hotel, which is a complex of bungalows, there are HV-1, HV-2 clubs of 1 and 2 categories, are distinguished by a set of services provided free of charge.
Cabana – construction on the beach (or near the pool), like a bungalow, standing apart from the main building and sometimes equipped as a bedroom.
Chalet – chalet, detached house consisting of 2 or more rooms.
Executive floor – one or more floors in a hotel with a higher level of service, as well as with an additional set of services.
- Room Types
Balcony Room- room with balcony.
Connected Rooms – combined rooms with a door-passage from one to another.
Duplex is a two-storey room.
De Luxe – superior rooms, more space than superior.
Family Room – a family room, which can accommodate from 4 people, with a large area (often from several rooms).
Sitting area – a zone for rest – part of the room, where there are chairs, a coffee table, and sometimes a sofa.
Standart is a standard room.
Studio – one-room more standard, usually in the apartments with a small kitchen, combined with the room.
Suite – superior room, as a rule – a large room, which has a zone for rest.
Mini Suite – the number of the improved category (better than Superior).
Junior Suite – superior room: usually a large comfortable room with a fenced-off sleeping place, converted into a living room in the afternoon.
Senior Suite is a superior room, usually a two-room suite: a living room and a bedroom.
Executive Suite – usually a two-bedroom suite.
King Suite is a “royal suite” with 2 bedrooms, a living room and a meeting room or a study.
Superior – a room larger than the standard.
Honeymoon Room – room for newlyweds, with a large bed KING SIZE and an additional presentation from the hotel.
- Types of beds
DBL – double room with one large double bed.
Kingsize Bed is a “royal bed” with a width of more than 180-220 cm.
Queensize Bed is a “royal bed” 150-180 cm wide.
TWIN – double room with two separate beds.
- Types of views from room windows
ROH (run of the house) – accommodation in the hotel without specifying the type of room and view from the window.
BV (Beach view) – view of the beach.
CV (City view) – view of the city.
DV (Dune view) – view of the sand dunes.
GV (Garden view) – view of the garden.
LV (Land view) – view of the surrounding area.
MV (Mountain view) – view of the mountains.
OV (Ocean view) – view of the ocean.
PV (Pool view) – view of the pool.
RV (River view) – view of the river.
SF, FV (Sea Front, Front View) – direct sea view.
SSV (Sea Side view) – side view of the sea.
SV (Sea view) – sea view.
VV (Valley view) – view of the valley.
- Types of food
OB, RO (only bed) – only accommodation, no meals.
BB (bed & breakfast) – only breakfast (buffet) is included in the room rate. Extra food – for a fee in the restaurants and bars of the hotel.
Continental breakfast is a light breakfast consisting of coffee or tea, juice, bun, butter and jam.
English breakfast – full breakfast, usually includes fruit juice, scrambled eggs with ham, toast, butter, jam and coffee or tea.
American breakfast buffet – analogous to a continental breakfast + different cuts (sausages, cheeses) and hot dishes (omelette, sausages).
HB (half board) – half board, the price includes breakfast and dinner or breakfast and lunch (buffet), free tea, coffee, water for breakfast.
HB + (half board +, extended half board) – half board, breakfast and dinner or breakfast and lunch (buffet), as well as local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks all day.
FB (full board) – full board – breakfast, lunch and dinner (buffet).
FB + (full board +, extended half board) – full board – breakfast, lunch and dinner (buffet), as well as drinks (in a number of hotels, beer and wine) during meals.
Mini ALL (mini all inclusive) – full board with local drinks not only with meals, but in limited quantities (usually beer, wine).
AI (all inclusive) – breakfast, lunch and dinner (buffet). During the day, drinks are offered (locally produced (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).) Depending on the category of the hotel, guests will be pleased with additional food, such as breakfast, snack, late dinner, light snacks, barbecue in the hotel bars.
UAI (ultra all inclusive) – breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon snack and dinner (buffet). Decent choice of sweets, desserts, all kinds of snacks, as well as a wide selection of local and imported drinks. Most hotels working on the system Ultra All Inclusive, offer guests additional free meals in restaurants with cuisine from around the world. ULTRA ALL INC varieties: elegance all inc, VIP all inc, all inclusive, all inclusive, all inclusive, all inclusive, all inclusive, all inclusive, all inclusive, deluxe all inc, extended All inc, excellent all inc, max all inc, high class all inc imperial all inc.
A-LA CARTE – a menu in which each dish is indicated with its own price.
MENU – Menu-based food – a limited number of dishes from the menu, usually at dinner, to choose from (vegetable or meat salad, fish or meat).