How to say "Hello" in different languages?

Hardly anyone would argue with the fact that knowledge of foreign languages is a big plus. It helps in so many areas of life, but especially while traveling.

a Word which it is necessary to learn, going abroad

If you are not a polyglot, but every year want to spend their vacation in a new country, learn its language, even at a basic level, you most likely will not work. However, there is a solution! When you travel, you have to remember a few key words that will help you to communicate with the local population. At least the effort will show that both the country and its people you are really interested.
Hello, of course, can be different. But let's learn how to say Hello in 25 languages spoken in the countries frequented by tourists.
French – "Bonjour".

Paris (France).
Finnish – "Hey."

Helsinki (Finland).
Chinese – "nihao".

Hong Kong (China).
Czech – "Agha".

Prague (Czech Republic).
The Australian variant of the English language – "g'day".

Sydney (Australia).
Polish – "Casci".

Krakow (Poland).

Norwegian – "Gud Dag".

Bergen (Norway).
Italian – "buongiorno".

Rome (Italy).
Hungarian – "Servus".

Budapest (Hungary).
Thai – "sawadee".

Chiang Mai (Thailand).
Spanish is "Ola".

Madrid (Spain).
Swedish – "Hey".

Stockholm (Sweden).
Ukrainian – "pryvit" or more formally, "good day".

Kiev (Ukraine).
Turkish – "merhaba".

Istanbul (Turkey).
Dutch – "hollow".

Amsterdam (The Netherlands).
Greek – "yasas".

Santorini (Greece).
Hebrew – "Shalom."

Tel Aviv (Israel).
Portuguese is "Ola".

Lisbon (Portugal).
Japanese – "konichiwa".

Tokyo (Japan).
Danish – "gudda".


Denmark.
Arab – "marhaban".

Alexandria (Egypt).
Croatian is "dobar Dan".

Dubrovnik (Croatia).
Russian – "Privet" or more formally "Zdravstvuite".

Moscow (Russia).
Korean – "Anjuna, Hisao".

Seoul (South Korea).
German – "Guten tag".

Munich (Germany).