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Tirana
Durres
Sarande
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More about Albania
Albania is well-known for its contributions to culture, which stretches back over two millennia. You can see artifacts and works of art created by the people who call Albania home in the country`s many museums, of which the Durrës Archaeological Museum and the National Art Gallery are two not to be missed. Albania`s beaches are very popular, ranging from the untouched and pristine to flashy and touristy. Finally, it can`t be ignored that Albania`s Communist-era history and relics set it apart even from other former Communist nations in Eastern Europe.
Algiers
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More about Algeria
This diverse country captivates visitors with its stunning landscapes, ranging from the golden Sahara Desert to the picturesque Mediterranean coastline. Algeria is celebrated for its ancient Roman ruins, notably the well-preserved city of Timgad and the famous Roman site of Djemila. Algeria is also recognized for its influential literary figures, such as Albert Camus, and its contribution to music, particularly Raï and Chaabi genres. Furthermore, the country is a major producer of oil and gas, contributing significantly to its economy. Algerian hospitality and delectable cuisine, including savory couscous and aromatic mint tea, add to the allure of this captivating nation.
Andorra la Vella
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More about Andorra
The Principality of Andorra, one of the smallest nations in Europe, is perhaps best-known for its position deep in the Pyrenees Mountains. It is a popular outdoor adventure destination, with people enjoying everything from skiing to hiking to rock climbing to kayaking. Andorra`s status as a duty-free haven brings hundreds of thousands of shoppers to the capital, Andorra la Vella, each year, buying tax-free luxury goods and even inexpensive cigarettes. It is also a luxury spa destination, home to the largest spa complex in Europe.
Luanda
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More about Angola
Angola, a country located on the southwestern coast of Africa, is known for its rich cultural heritage, natural resources, and tumultuous history. Renowned for its vibrant music and dance styles, Angola has given birth to captivating genres like kizomba and semba. The nation is also recognized for its diverse wildlife, with national parks and reserves showcasing unique species such as elephants, lions, and antelopes. Angola's economy heavily relies on its vast reserves of oil and diamonds, making it a significant player in the global resource market. The country's history has been shaped by a long struggle for independence, followed by a devastating civil war. Today, Angola is working towards economic diversification, infrastructure development, and social progress, aiming to harness its potential and build a brighter future for its people.
Anguilla Island
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More about Anguilla
The sensational coral and limestone authentic island of Anguilla is ranked as the world`s luxury island destination. Known for its 33 impeccable palm-fringed beaches, rated among the best in the world, hypnotic blue coral-filled waters, glorious resorts and beachfront bungalows many homes to the rich and famous, relaxing reggae vibes and fantastic food. Endless pampering can be enjoyed at premium resorts dotted along the 16-mile long island, a low key vacation spot with less than 20 hotels on the island, 6-star high-end sophisticated cuisine, an eclectic blend of beach bars and bistros, and the land of the $20,000 a night villas.
Antigua Island
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More about Antigua and Barbuda
The stunning scenic twin islands of Antigua and Barbuda are a tropical sun and sand soaked location nestled in the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles. Miles of Irresistible soft sand beaches await visitors along picturesque beachfront accommodations boasting world-class amenities. Antigua`s capital is St. John`s which is decorated by colorful colonial architecture and luxury yachts and massive cruise ships float in the harbor. Barbuda boasts a string of secluded beaches including the famous 17 Mile Beach and Rendezvous Bay. Soak up the vibrant offshore reefs, tropical rainforests interiors, and endless activities and adventures both on land a
Buenos Aires
Iguazu Falls
El Calafate - Lago Argentino
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More about Argentina
Argentina is the third most populous country in South America filled with spectacular natural wonders and vibrant culture, offering the traveler an opportunity to experience extraordinary outdoor adventures, fascinating wildlife, outstanding cuisine, magnificent vineyards, and one of the most dynamic and sophisticated cities anywhere in the world. From the distinct and beautiful landscapes of Patagonia to the rich and artsy culture of Buenos Aires, Argentina is famous for many things. Wine, soccer (futbal), Gauchos, and Tango are all things Argentinean. The country has a rich cultural history with lifestyles uniquely their own.
Yerevan
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More about Armenia
Armenia is known for its ancient history, vibrant cultural heritage, and its architectural treasures, including medieval monasteries and intricate stone carvings. Mount Ararat, located near the border, holds symbolic significance for Armenians. The country commemorates the Armenian Genocide and advocates for its recognition. Armenia's brandy production, particularly Ararat brandy, has gained international acclaim. The country's natural beauty, with mountains, lakes, and forests, attracts outdoor enthusiasts. Additionally, Armenia is associated with apricots, considered the national fruit. These aspects collectively contribute to Armenia's unique identity and global recognition.
Aruba Island
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More about Aruba
Aruba, like Bonaire and Curacao, is a Dutch overseas constituent country situated in the southern Caribbean, but unlike the other islands, it is known for its drier climate and landscape that is filled with deserts and cactus plants. Oranjestad is the capital, and many top-tier resorts are located in and around this beautiful city. Not only is Aruba known for its Dutch heritage but also for its own indigenous traditions.
Sydney
Melbourne
Cairns
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More about Australia
The only country that has a whole continent to itself, Australia is a major tourist destination. World-famous for its natural wonders and wide-open spaces (beaches, deserts, and "the Outback"), Australia is ironically one of the world's most highly urbanized countries and is well known for the cosmopolitan cities, such as Sydney, Melbourne, and Canberra. Each state has its national parks with their specific. If you're interested in the miracles of the water-world, don't miss the Great Barrier Reef. The Wet Tropics of Queensland comprise dense rainforests and foaming waterfalls. Rare species of animals can be seen in the famous Kakadu National Park as well as ancient aboriginal art.
Vienna
Salzburg
Innsbruck
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More about Austria
Austria is epitomized by green glacial valleys and snow-capped peaks - and the wooden picture postcard chalets. Nonetheless, visitors have much to explore from the stylish capital, Vienna, to the baroque splendor of Salzburg. Austria's mountain landscape is undoubtedly its biggest draw for tourists. Although a year-round destination, there is a definite seasonal split in visitors. Summer is best for exploring the countryside on the many mountain trails that snake through the Austrian Alps and the lowlands, while the ski season kicks off in December, attracting winter sports fans from all over the world.
Baku
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More about Azerbaijan
Nature lovers are drawn to Azerbaijan for its breathtaking landscapes, including the fiery Yanar Dag (Burning Mountain) and the picturesque Caspian Sea coastline. The country's rich cultural heritage is showcased in its traditional music, intricate carpet weaving, and vibrant local markets. In the capital city of Baku, visitors can immerse themselves in the UNESCO-listed Old City, where centuries-old architecture and narrow winding streets tell tales of the past. Baku's futuristic skyline is adorned with iconic structures like the Flame Towers, capturing the essence of the city's rapid development. From exploring ancient archaeological sites to indulging in mouthwatering Azerbaijani cuisine, a journey through Azerbaijan promises a truly unforgettable experience.
Nassau
Georgetown (Exuma Islands)
Freeport (Grand Bahama)
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More about Bahamas
The tropical island archipelago of the Bahamas is known for its pristine pink sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and idyllic offshore islands. Endless shopping opportunities await in places like the renowned straw market in Nassau along with duty-free shops and sparkling malls. Delicious Bahamian cuisine can be found throughout the islands at fancy restaurants, highly regarded resort restaurants, bustling markets, and beachfront tiki huts. Conch is the national dish of the Bahamas and comes in a variety of ways, conch soup, conch fritters, and even conch pizza! 700 unique islands make up the Bahamas, which are surrounded by some of the largest and healthiest coral reefs in the entire world, with locations like The Abacos, Andros with its famous Ocean Blue Holes and the Exuma Cays.
Manama
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More about Bahrain
Bahrain, officially the Kingdom of Bahrain, is an island country in the Middle East. It is situated on the Persian Gulf, and comprises a small archipelago made up of 50 natural islands and an additional 33 artificial islands. It has long been famous for Oil, Pearls and world heritage sites making it a lovely tourist destination in the middle east.
Barbados Island
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More about Barbados
Barbados is one of the most popular islands in the Lesser Antilles for a number of reasons. Their palm-lined beaches are perhaps the best in the Eastern Caribbean, ranging from white beaches to even light pink sand! Barbados is also well-known for its great surfing opportunities, considered some of the best in the world. It is also popular as a duty-free shopping destination, and these shopping centers are located all over the island. Take all that and add golf, scuba diving, touring wildlife reserves, and the delicious food and drink, and is it any wonder that millions of tourists love Barbados? Take a trip here and you`ll soon be one of them!
Brussels
Bruges
Ghent
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More about Belgium
Belgium is known for its delicious chocolates, its crispy fries, and a wide array of beers. There are over 3,000 castles to explore, battlegrounds from the World Wars, and every museum imaginable. Though it is a small nation, it plays a big part in the world`s history. It is also a destination with thousands of breweries and all the chocolate you can imagine.
Ambergris Caye
San Ignacio
Mountain Pine Ridge
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More about Belize
Belize is blessed with 180 miles of magnificent coastline, a warm tropical climate, glistening white sand beaches, and an abundance of natural, and historical wonders. It is also home to the longest coral reef in the western hemisphere, and its gorgeous island cayes, jungle rainforests, extensive wildlfe habitats, and well preserved Mayan ruins have made this tiny nation one of Central America's hottest destinations.
Bermuda Island
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More about Bermuda
The Island of Bermuda is famous for its pink sand beaches, aquamarine waters, and the historic town of St. George founded in 1612, its fortifications were designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. The island is filled with hidden secrets and surprises and plenty of activities on land and the water.
Santa Cruz de la Sierra
La Paz
Cochabamba
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More about Bolivia
This country offers breathtaking panoramas from the eternal glaciers of the Andes to the Amazon jungle. A unique legacy of millenary cultures within a clean and safe environment is complemented with the symbiosis of races. Bolivia's smiling people are hospitable and proud of its past. Last but not least it counts with a most modern infrastructure and good connections with neighbor countries and beyond. The most outstanding attraction is the Lake Titicaca. Comprehensive Andean programs, cover Lake Titicaca combined with the archeological destination of Cuzco and Machu Picchu.
Bonaire Island
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More about Bonaire
Bonaire
Sarajevo
Mostar
Neum
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More about Bosnia Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina is known for its Ottoman-era history and architecture, such as its famed Old Bridge in Mostar and the Old Stone Bridge in Konjic. Due to its eventful history, including many wars and conquests, many ethnic groups live in Bosnia and Herzegovina, practicing many religions. Today`s Bosnia and Herzegovina, in particular the capital, Sarajevo, is committed to promoting multiculturalism.
Chobe National Park
Okavango Delta
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More about Botswana
Botswana is an incredible country and top travel destination in Africa boasting breathtaking landscapes, fascinating diverse wildlife spread throughout top highlights, and landmarks such as Chobe National Park, Okavango Delta, Kalahari Desert, and Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. A popular and exclusive safari destination through the national parks, wilderness, and vast arid desert areas, where unique ecosystems exist boasting abundant bird and wildlife. The mighty and vast River Delta cuts through the middle of the Kalahari, one of the largest river deltas in the world a lush verdant area brimming with wildlife.
Rio de Janeiro
Iguassu Falls
Sao Paulo
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More about Brazil
Brazil, the largest country in South America (covering 47% of the continent!), is one of the top vacation destinations in South America. The country is incredibly diverse, in people, culture, and landscapes. The capital city is Brasilia and Portuguese is the official language of Brazil. The country covers 3 time zones and shares borders with all South American countries except for Ecuador and Chile!
Tortola
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More about British Virgin Islands
The arresting views of the alluring British Virgin Islands draw visitors from around the globe with its ravishingly beautiful beaches and dazzling blue waters dotted with famous dive sites and marine life. The 60 islands scattered across the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic are known as some of the most exclusive islands in the world. Luxury resorts line the shores which are world-renowned for excellent sailing and yachting, dramatic lush volcanic mountains fill the interior of the islands, a hiker paradise, and the perfect setting for nature lovers.
Sofia
Varna
Plovdiv
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More about Bulgaria
Bulgaria is known for its rich history, which stretches back over 6,000 years and is on display everywhere you look, ranging from sacred religious buildings with beautiful architectural styles and colorful art to the hundreds of fortresses and historic ruins, from which some famous legends and myths were born. Bulgaria is one of the most popular beach destinations in Europe, with hundreds of miles of glittering coastline. It`s also known for its winter sporting opportunities in some of the most glamorous and affordable ski resorts east of Switzerland.
Siem Reap
Phnom Penh
Sihanoukville
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More about Cambodia
Cambodia is perhaps one of the least known destinations in South East Asia. Any visit to Cambodia should include a visit to its capital, Phnom Penh, a city renowned for its beauty. The key tourist attraction of the country is 'Angkor Wat Archeological Park' near the northern town of Siem Reap. The nearly 900-year-old temple of Angkor Wat, along with some 100 other temples, such as 'The Bayon', and 'Ta Prom', are described as the jewels of the country. Other tourist destinations are Kampong Som on the South Coast where you can relax, sunbathe and snorkel and Battambang, the second-largest city in the country, offering a fine line of colonial buildings.
Toronto (Ontario)
Vancouver (British Columbia)
Montreal (Quebec)
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More about Canada
Being the world's second largest country in regards to land mass, you`ll find an extraordinary amount of unique diversity in the culture and history, as well as incredible natural landscape and attractions. The country is filled with wonderfully friendly people, classy, diverse cities, and a varied landscape that includes tundras, rainforests, deserts and huge mountains. Come to Canada for varied experiences, from iconic wilderness - complete with epic landscapes, bears, moose, and endless hiking trails - to Canadian culture such as trying maple syrup in its motherland, trying tasty Poutin, and watching an ice hockey game. Spend your time hiking through the Rockies, learning about the maritime history of the east coast, or exploring the cosmopolitan cities of Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, this is a country where every traveler will find something to their liking.
Santa Maria (Sal Island)
Praia (Santiago Island)
Mindelo (Sao Vicente Island)
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More about Cape Verde
Cape Verde, a chain of islands off the western coast of Africa, were unpopulated until the Portuguese colonized it in the 15th century, and Portuguese colonial influence can still be felt today. Sao Vicente and Sal are the two principal islands in the chain: Sao Vicente is home to the country`s two largest cities and tourism centers, Praia and Mindelo. Sal Island, known for its white sandy beaches, is one of the most wondrous island destinations to explore, starting with Santa Maria and traveling north to its capital, Espargos.
Grand Cayman
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More about Cayman Islands
If you are looking for a luxury tourist destination that feels more exclusive than it actually is, the Cayman Islands are for you. Most of the people who vacation here do so in private rental homes and villas, making for a secluded yet still very luxurious experience. Grand Cayman is the main island and the most popular with tourists, where the vibrant capital, George Town, is located. To the northeast, there are two smaller islands, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, which are hidden gems and are just begging to be explored...by you!
Santiago
Torres del Paine
Puerto Natales
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More about Chile
Chile is well-known for quite a few things. First, there are so many great opportunities to view beautiful landscapes in this country of contrasts, ranging from the Andes Mountains and the Atacama Desert to Tierra del Fuego (all of which are exciting, off-the-beaten-path vacation destinations). In the more remote parts of Chile, you can enjoy whitewater rafting, hiking, glacier treks, and even sandboarding, in addition to viewing many diverse species of animals in their native habitats. The cities, such as Santiago and Valparaíso, have electric atmospheres of their own and shouldn`t be ignored, from the food markets to buzzing nightlife to the art museums to beautiful Spanish colonial-era architecture. Be sure to enjoy a scrumptious glass of Chilean wine while you`re here; you can enjoy many vintages in Chilean wine country and restaurants across the country.
Beijing
Shanghai
Xi An
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More about China
Thousands of years of history are on display in China, the `Middle Kingdom` that was once the center of the world stage, and arguably is as close to the center of the world today, leading the way in technology and, increasingly, modern popular culture. The billion-plus people of China live in varying climates, from the north, which can get cold and icy in winter, to more temperate climates further south. Beijing, the country`s showcase capital, is home to such sights as the Forbidden City and many vantage points on the Great Wall of China. Shanghai, modern with many European influences, is the country`s second city and in many respects is even more important than the capital today. That's not to mention the vast lands further west, ranging from jungles to deserts.
Cartagena
Medellin
Bogota
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More about Colombia
Colombia, a tropical country of incredible diversity and charm. Its ever-changing geography, a history loaded with mystery and adventure, its people and cultures, have fascinated the world for centuries. Although its excellent coffee and the purity of its emeralds have made the country famous, Colombia is also the homeland of the El Dorado legend and the magical universe of Garcia Marquez's Macondo. Coming to Colombia is discovering a completely new world.
Rarotonga
Aitutaki
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More about Cook Islands
The Cook Islands are a beautiful island destination in the south Pacific that should not be missed, especially if you have already visited the sands of Tahiti and Fiji. Rarotonga is the largest of the Cook Islands, home to the international airport as well as the largest town, Avarua. The Cook Islands are split up into two island chains, with the northern one situated just to the east of American Samoa, and the southern one sitting a few hundred miles to the south. The southern island chain is the one you will most likely be familiar with, as it is home to Rarotonga and other islands like Aitutaki, Atiu, and Palmerston Atoll.
Arenal Volcano
Monteverde Cloud Forest
Guanacaste Beaches (Liberia)
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More about Costa Rica
Costa Rica is a country of blazing volcanoes, dense rainforests, and glistening beaches. The staggering array of landscapes, unique microclimates, and wide range of elevations have produced one of earth's richest plant and wildlife habitats, and made Costa Rica an epicenter of eco-tourism, as well as the most popular and alluring destination in Central America. Perfect for nature enthusiasts, surfers, sun worshipers, and adventure seekers of all types, Costa Rica's slogan "Pura Vida" (pure life) says is all.
Dubrovnik
Split
Zagreb
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More about Croatia
Croatia is a fast-growing European travel destination, as Americans are becoming turned on to a destination that Europeans have visited for decades. It has some of the most popular beaches in Europe, with the numerous islands offshore considered to offer the best beaches. Croatia is also well-known for its history and geographic beauty. Croatia also offers to the tourist opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, and mountain climbing at their many national parks such as Plitvice Lakes. Croatia also offers tourists the opportunity to learn about its history by visiting its many walled cities (such as Dubrovnik, Trogir, and Korcula), Roman-era buildings (of which Diocletian`s Palace is perhaps the best-known), and religious buildings such as Zagreb Cathedral in the country`s exquisite capital.
Curacao Island
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More about Curacao
Curacao is one of the overseas constituent countries of the Netherlands, and it is indeed a little piece of Dutch culture in a Caribbean setting. Willemstad is its showcase capital, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with Dutch colonial architecture and fascinating points of interest that date back centuries. It is renowned for its snorkelling and its deep sea diving, in addition to its prime status as a yachting destination and as a well-known stop on many cruise lines.
Larnaca
Limassol
Ayia Napa
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More about Cyprus
Cyprus is an island country in the eastern Mediterranean Sea south of the Anatolian Peninsula. It is the third-largest and third-most populous island in the Mediterranean and a major tourist destination. It is an island rich in history and culture, full of new and exciting experiences just waiting to be enjoyed including beaches, museums, cultural routes, wine routes, and much more!
Prague
Cesky Krumlov
Karlovy Vary
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More about Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is perhaps best-known for its beautiful capital, Prague, although it is known for much more, such as its numerous castles and châteaux (over 1,200 of them!). It is also well-known for having some of the most delicious food and drink in Europe, in particular its wines and famed Pilsner-style beer. The Czech Republic has and had a very long Jewish tradition, which is triumphantly on display after the horrors and loss of World War II in such places as the Great Synagogue in Plzen, the third-largest in the world. Finally, the Czech Republic is well-known for its museums, educating visitors on everything from history and art to folk arts and crafts and even life in the former Communist Czechoslovakia.
Copenhagen
Odense
Aarhus
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More about Denmark
Warm-hearted, fun loving and free-spirited, Denmark is a traveler's delight. The smallest and most southern of the Scandinavian countries, Denmark offers an interesting mix of lively cities and rural countryside. Ancient castles, ring forts, jazz festivals, the sleekest modern design you'll ever see and the people who invented Lego. Denmark's ancient past almost tells its own story with its barrows, country manors, churches, well-preserved market towns and modern architecture. In Denmark you will find that the distances are short and this makes it possible to combine it all.
Dominica Island
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More about Dominica
Dominica, also known as the `The Nature Island of the Caribbean`, is situated between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean with 365 Rivers, 9 Volcanos, and 70,000 people. Dominica is wild, it feels untouched, with its spectacular, lush, and varied flora and fauna. It is not a Caribbean Island you visit to relax on a beach (although there are plenty of opportunities to do so) it is an island for adventure for nature and for some very friendly locals! It is a must-visit Caribbean island!
Punta Cana
Santo Domingo
Puerto Plata
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More about Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic is a Caribbean nation in the Greater Antilles archipelago that shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti to the west. It's best known for its beaches, resorts and golfing. Its landscape is that of rainforest, savannah and highlands, including Pico Duarte, the Caribbean’s tallest mountain.
Galapagos Islands (Santa Cruz)
Quito
Guayaquil
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More about Ecuador and Galapagos
The smallest country in the rugged Andean highlands, Ecuador is among the most rewarding travel destinations in South America. With its array of vibrant indigenous cultures, well-preserved colonial architecture, picturesque volcanic landscapes, and the dense Amazon Rain Forest, it packs its perimeters with more points of interest than many countries twice its size. All of this no more than a day drive from its picture-perfect colonial capital of Quito.
Cairo
Luxor
Aswan
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More about Egypt
Egypt has been known as the cradle of civilization for centuries and also a cradle for inspiration; the source of many people`s discoveries and experiences. Discover the eternal Egypt of the Pharaohs and Great Pyramids, the last remaining wonders in the world, from the banks of the world`s second longest river, the Nile. The traces of this 5000 years civilization border the river valley for more than a thousand kilometers. Alexandria and its legendary port shines as the `Pearl of the Eastern Mediterranean` with its oriental flair and deep historical, cultural and archaeological heritage, and along all the North Coast with its stunning beaches.
London
Bath
York
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More about England
American travelers cannot get enough of England, and to this day it consistently ranks in the three most popular European countries in terms of visitors per year. Nearly everyone visits London, one of the world`s most important cities and the epicenter of what was once a vast world empire, but England should definitely be explored in-depth, from the charm of the Cotswolds to the seaside resorts on the English Channel and the Irish Sea to the beautiful landscapes of the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales, and the Westcountry. England is a country where the present day and over a millennia of history routinely intersect.
Tallinn
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More about Estonia
The northernmost and the smallest of the three Baltic States, Estonia is a picturesque country with much to offer to its visitors. One of the oldest peoples in Europe, Estonians were already living on the coasts of the Baltic Sea at the time when the first pyramids were erected in Egypt. The variety of landscapes, flora, seasons, weather and moods makes it a great tourist attraction. North Estonia blends past and present in harmony from trendy Tallinn to the quiet of bogs and romantic fishing villages. South Estonia offers rich nature, lakes and hills, the nostalgic atmosphere of small towns and the academic-bohemian ambience of the university town Tartu. West Estonia is characterized by vast expanses of land, peace of mind and fresh sea air, bays abounding in birds, juniper fields, pine trees and people toughened by the sea breeze on the coast.
Addis Ababa
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More about Ethiopia
Renowned as the land of origins, Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee, where the enchanting aroma and deep-rooted coffee culture thrive. The country boasts ancient civilizations, including the rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the historical treasures of Axum. Ethiopia's breathtaking landscapes range from the rugged peaks of the Simien Mountains to the otherworldly beauty of the Danakil Depression. The Ethiopian people take pride in their long-standing traditions, such as the unique Ethiopian Orthodox Christian practices and the colorful celebrations of cultural festivals like Timkat and Meskel. Ethiopia's rich heritage and natural wonders make it a captivating destination for explorers and cultural enthusiasts alike.
Torshavn (Streymoy Island)
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More about Faroe Islands
With rugged cliffs, picturesque villages, and pristine landscapes, the Faroe Islands offer a paradise for nature enthusiasts. Visitors can explore dramatic fjords, stunning waterfalls, and charming coastal villages. The islands are also renowned for their abundant birdlife, including puffins and gannets. The traditional Faroese culture, deeply rooted in Norse traditions, is celebrated through music, dance, and ancient sagas. The islands' cuisine, influenced by the surrounding seas, features delicacies like fermented lamb and dried fish. The Faroe Islands provide a tranquil escape into a world of striking landscapes and authentic Nordic charm.
Nadi (Viti Levu)
Mamanuca Islands
Yasawa Islands
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More about Fiji Islands
The picturesque Fiji Islands, of which there are over 300, are scattered in the south Pacific, a result of volcanic activity through many millennia. The two largest islands, where most people live, are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. The largest cities, including the capital, Suva, are on Viti Levu, and you will most likely start here before exploring Vanua Levu and such islands groups as the gorgeous Mamanuca Islands and the beautiful Yasawa Islands.
Helsinki
Rovaniemi
Turku
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More about Finland
Finland is perhaps best known for its peacefulness and beautiful nature. During the months of the midnight sun, coastal regions are a sailing and fishing paradise. Inland, the largest unspoiled wilderness in Europe attracts thousands of trekkers every year. In the south, the capital Helsinki is a paradise for lovers of art and architecture. Finland offers visitors a tremendous variety of sights and experiences, everything from sophisticated Helsinki to magnificent islands and lakes, wilderness adventures, reindeer safaris, dog sledding, and more.
Paris
Nice (French Riviera)
Lyon
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More about France
France remains one of the worlds most talked-about and written-about destinations. Whether the romance of Paris sweeps you off your feet or you fall gently for the relaxed life of Provence, France is a place for lovers, and will leave you spellbound. Paris is undoubtedly one of the world's great cities, with enough monuments, museums, restaurants, theatres and shows to last a lifetime. The northern provinces of Normandy and Brittany are steeped in history while the Loire Valley is world famous for its châteaux. And there is more to explore.
Tahiti
Bora Bora Island
Moorea Island
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More about French Polynesia
French colonial influence can be seen all over the world, even in the islands of French Polynesia, located in the south Pacific a little over 2,500 miles from New Zealand. The vast majority of the population in French Polynesia lives in the Society Islands, home to such world-renowned beach vacation destinations as Tahiti, Moorea, and Bora Bora. The Marquesas Islands are perhaps best-known for the island paradise of Nuku Hiva, home to French Polynesia`s tallest dormant volcano.
Tbilisi
Kutaisi
Batumi
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More about Georgia
Georgia boasts a rich cultural heritage, with UNESCO-listed sites like the historic center of Mtskheta and the ancient cave city of Uplistsikhe. It is also renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty, including the towering peaks of the Greater Caucasus Mountains, the lush valleys of Kakheti wine region, and the dramatic landscapes of the Svaneti region. Georgian cuisine, with its flavorful dishes like khachapuri and khinkali, is celebrated worldwide. Whether exploring historical treasures, hiking in mountainous landscapes, or indulging in culinary delights, Georgia offers a truly unforgettable experience.
Berlin
Munich
Frankfurt
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More about Germany
Germany's landscape is straight from the Fairy tales: castles, deep dark forests and mythical rivers. The German landscapes are extraordinarily diverse, with graceful big-city appeal, small picture-postcard towns, pagan-inspired harvest festivals, a wealth of art and culture, and the perennial pleasures of huge tracts of forest, delightful castles and fine wine and beer. From Charlemagne and the Holy Roman Empire to the rise and fall of the Berlin Wall, no other nation has molded Europe the way Germany has - for better or worse.
Accra
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More about Ghana
Ghana is known for its distinct cultural heritage, vibrant traditions, and captivating landscapes. The region boasts historical sites such as the Larabanga Mosque, believed to be one of the oldest mosques in West Africa, and the ancient trading center of Yendi. Northern Ghana's landscape is characterized by vast savannahs, lush shea tree forests, and the scenic waterfalls of Wli and Kintampo. Visitors can also explore the Mole National Park, renowned for its diverse wildlife, including elephants, antelopes, and baboons. Northern Ghana offers a rich cultural experience and an opportunity to immerse oneself in the traditional way of life of its welcoming communities.
Gibraltar City
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More about Gibraltar
Beautiful and compact Gibraltar is synonymous with the giant limestone Rock of Gibraltar, from which you can look out over Europe and Africa. It is well known for its extensive tunnels and caves, its sunny Mediterranean beaches, shopping, and its nature reserve dedicated to Europe`s only wild monkeys, the adorable Barbary macaques. We recommend a few days stay here to enjoy all this small territory can offer!
Athens
Santorini Island
Mykonos Island
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Greece is THE land of ancient sites and architectural treasures: the Acropolis in Athens, the amphitheater of Epidaurus, the reconstructed palace at Knossos, the belly button of the cosmos at Delphi, fallen columns galore on the sacred island of Delos, and frescoed Minoan palaces on Crete. But don't expect a visit there to be a sober study of the ancient world, the Greek propensity for partying dates back to Dionysus. Then there are 1400 islands to explore. Greece is much more than what you were taught at school or the predictable summer image of glorious sunsets and sandy beaches.
Grenada Island
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Grenada, consisting of three islands (Grenada Island, Petite Martinique, and Carriacou), are the southernmost of the islands in the Caribbean Antilles. St. George`s, in the southwest of Grenada Island, is the country`s capital and largest city and is spread out along the coast and nestled between the water and rolling hills, making for one picturesque getaway. Ecotourism in Grenada is also popular, with many guest houses and resorts in this vein to be found further afield in Gouyave and St. David. Grenada is also renowned for its top-tier beaches, high-quality nutmeg, and its many popular waterfalls.
Guadeloupe Island
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Guadeloupe is a French Caribbean island and consists of two islands lying so close to each other, that they are often considered as one land. Their names are Grande-Terre and Basse-Terre, where the capital - the city of Basse-Terre - is located. The archipelago offers an evocative blend of natural beauty and rich Creole and French culture. Palm-fringed beaches rim the coastline, and the interior is lush and mountainous with waterfalls, hot springs, and an active volcano.
Guam Island
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Guam, the small island with big spirit, is rich is culture and history. From the ancient latte stone pillars in Hagatna (South Guam Island) to the Pacific War Museum, showing off Guam's key role in WWII, there is more than enough to see and do. The 'Hafa Adai' (the Spirit of cooperation and pride) can be felt from end to end of this beautiful island in the South Pacific! But the main attraction here are the beautiful shores, especially those of Tumon Bay. The white sand and abundant marine life make Guam a favorite with beach lovers; whether you want to lounge on the beach with a good book, explore WWII shipwrecks, take on adventurous water sports, visit ecological refuges, or merely shop the high end district - Guam has you covered!
Antigua
Tikal Ruins (Flores)
Chichicastenango
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Guatemala is a magical country in the Mayan heartland of Central America. Indigenous Guatemalan culture is alive and well in the ancient ruins of Tikal, the Mayan/Catholic rituals and open market of Chichicastenango, and the blazing colors of everyday Mayan dress. The colonial town of Antigua, and Lake Atitlan, viewed by many as the most beautiful lake in the world, are two destinations guaranteed to enlighten the soul.
Oahu - Honolulu
Kauai
Maui
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Hawaii equals paradise decorated by gorgeous sugary beaches, mesmerizing waters, vibrant coral reefs, and lush verdant volcanic interiors. The largest island chain in the entire world, with 7 main inhabited islands; Hawaii (also known as the Big Island), Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Oahu, Kauai, and Niihau. These stunning islands are brimming with natural beauty and breathtaking landscapes filled with bright colors seen in the idyllic tropical beaches, volcanic summits, and the glistening blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Roatan (Bay Islands)
Copan
La Ceiba - Pico Bonito
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Honduras' slow pace, natural charm, and low-profile tourism make it particularly appealing to travelers who enjoy getting off the beaten track. Beauty, magic, and traditions abound in the Mayan archaeological city of Copan, the Caribbean Coast, and the Bay Islands, a true haven for scuba diving and snorkeling enthusiasts.
Hong Kong City
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Hong Kong, spread out across an area less than half the size of Rhode Island, is one of the world`s most cosmpolitan, glittering, and exciting cities. British colonial influence and Chinese cultural influence come together to bring you one of the most unique and awe-inducing cities you will find in Asia. You can be in the heart of the city one minute and in less than an hour you can take a train and a cable car and be surrounded by lush greenery; this is but one thing that Hong Kong can deliver that many other city-states of similar size cannot.
Budapest
Pecs
Gyor
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Perhaps the first thing you think of when you think of Hungary is its delicious cuisine; after all, it is the country that gave us goulash and fisherman`s soup. It is also known the world over for its 1,000-year historical tradition which bred strong folk traditions. Hungary is also known for its spring and summer festivals, its thermal spas, stunning and varied architectural styles befitting `the crossroads of Europe`, and some of the most gorgeous scenery you will find on the continent. Be sure to visit the charming capital of Budapest, split by the Danube, and then travel further afield to Transdanubia and the Great Hungarian Plain.
Reykjavik
Vik
Akureyri
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This mid-Atlantic island is the nearest European neighbor to the U.S. An entirely improbable land at the top of the world, Iceland contains (among other things) a visible line separating two continents, glaciers covering volcanoes, thirty-foot-high exploding gouts of hot water, the landscape used by NASA to represent the Moon, people speaking ancient Norse, a town entirely overrun by elves, and days when the sun never goes down. Play golf at midnight because the sun never sets in summer. Fly to the Westmann Islands and visit some of the 10 million puffins that live there. And say hello to Keiko, the world's most famous killer whale.
Delhi
Mumbai
Jaipur
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India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world with a vibrant cultural heritage and spiritual mysticism. The Indian history has more than 4000 years and enumerates several civilizations. The people and their lifestyles, their dance forms and musical styles, art and handicrafts, all reflect the varied hues of Indian culture and heritage. Here you will enjoy: cultural sites that have archaeological, historical and aesthetic and natural sites that conserve endangered species. India also has a wide variety of beaches. The coasts of India have their own seafood cuisine, relaxing spas, diving and water sports and great places to stay for a balmy holiday.
Bali
Jakarta
Lombok
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The spectacular country of Indonesia is famous for and made up of 5 large islands and over 17,000 others offshore including Raja Ampat Islands and the Derawan Archipelago, making island hopping being a big hit. Bali is the best island of them all, a simply idyllic location boasting pristine beaches and divine turquoise waters where snorkeling and diving are excellent. Divers flock to the islands for its world-class diving spots like Pulau Weh Hover where cute clownfish and giant whale sharks can be seen. The Komodo National Park is a big attraction where groups of sharks, dolphins, and manta rays swim.
Dublin
Killarney
Galway
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Ireland, `the Emerald Isle`, offers some of the most beautiful landscapes and views in the entire world, from castles in ruins in verdant valleys to rocky cliffsides overlooking the Atlantic. It is a country that is fiercely proud of its native language and culture, and venturing outside the major cities, you will be able to view a more rural experience. This is most popularly achieved by driving the 111-mile Ring of Kerry in the western part of the country, or visiting the charming Gaeltacht where Irish is only spoken. But definitely do not discount the cities, home to charm, history, and great landmarks, such as the cosmpolitan capital of Dublin, and large cities such as Limerick and Cork.
Tel Aviv
Jerusalem
Tiberias
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The memorable country of Israel is brimming with history and culture and the fascinating Dead Sea and the Red Sea. There are some wonderful beaches for family-friendly fun including Metzitzim Beach, Coral Beach a hot spot for snorkeling, and the clean, sandy shores of the Dead Sea at Ein Bokek Beach Broad.
Rome
Venice
Florence
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For centuries Italy has drawn foreign visitors - mostly for its architectural, artistic, and scenic splendors. Italy can truly be all things to all people. From the passion and excitement of noisy urban crowds to the quiet, rural idyll where the traditional life can be experienced. Italy's great cities are replete with rich attractions and culture alongside some of the most pristine beaches and spectacular mountains in the world.
Abidjan
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Ivory Coast is blessed with beautiful natural landscapes, including stunning beaches along the Atlantic coast, dense rainforests teeming with wildlife in national parks like Taï and Comoé, and picturesque mountains such as Mount Nimba. The country's diverse geography offers opportunities for eco-tourism, hiking, and wildlife spotting. Furthermore, Ivory Coast's vibrant music scene, particularly its popular dance music genre called Zouglou, has gained international recognition. The country has produced renowned musicians who have made significant contributions to African music. Overall, Ivory Coast's combination of agricultural prominence, cultural richness, natural beauty, and vibrant music scene make it a fascinating destination for travelers seeking diverse experiences.
Montego Bay
Negril
Ocho Rios
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Jamaica, one of the British Empire`s crown jewels, is now today a vibrant and thriving democracy which has welcomed tourists for decades. People come to Jamaica for the hospitality and vibrant atmosphere, for its lush and beautiful mountains that lead to waterfalls and cave grottos, and of course its beaches and lavish full-service resorts which cater to the traveler`s every desire. Whether you are on the north or south coasts, there is no shortage of activities and fun for all types of travelers in sunny Jamaica.
Tokyo
Osaka
Kyoto
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Japan, the Land of the Rising Sun, is a very busy nation of over 120 million people, who live on a chain of islands roughly the size of California. Japan is a great place to experience modern technological marvels, often alongside or close to historical sights such as castles, temples, and archaeological exhibits. The four major islands of Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu) offer varying experiences for the traveler, from relaxing hot springs to ski getaways to temple pilgrimages to some of the world`s best shopping and boutiques.
Amman
Petra
Dead Sea
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Most likely people envision Jordan as a country within sight of `the Promised Land`, the land the Romans mightily conquered, the land Lawrence of Arabia fell in love with, the land of Crusades-era castles which still dot the sandy landscape. It`s the land of the nomadic Bedouins, who live from the land and who view camels as transportation and friend. Even though much of Jordan is covered in desert, the plants and animals that call this country home are sights to witness, in particular during the `desert bloom` at the beginning of May.
Nairobi
Diani Beach
Mombasa
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Kenya is famed for its scenic landscapes and vast wildlife preserves. The country boasts abundant wildlife (lions, buffalo, leopards, elephants, rhinoceros, etc.) and culture, featuring many national parks and wildlife reserves, with safaris being a popular activity for visitors. In terms of sports, Kenya is perhaps best known for its middle-distance and long-distance runners, with the country frequently producing Olympic champions.
Pristina
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Kosovo, officially the Republic of Kosovo, is a country in Southeast Europe. Kosovo lies landlocked in the center of the Balkans, bordered by Serbia to the north and east, North Macedonia to the southeast, Albania to the southwest, and Montenegro to the west. Kosovo unilaterally declared its independence from Serbia on February 17, 2008; and has since gained diplomatic recognition as a sovereign state by 101 member states of the United Nations.
Luang Prabang
Vientiane
Pakse
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Natural in almost every aspect, Laos is one of Southeast Asia's least developed nations offering the adventurous tourist land of many surprises. Embrace this wonderful opportunity to experience its untouched culture and its majestic beauty. Surnamed "the Land of a Million Elephants", Laos has a rich cultural heritage with religious art and architecture forming the cornerstone of artistic traditions. Lao religious images and art is also distinctive from its neighbors. Enjoy a trip to Wat Phousy on top of the hill overlooking the Mekong River and experience the Wat Xieng Thong, the most beautiful temple. Since 1995 Luang Prabang has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage City.
Riga
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Latvia is becoming an increasingly sought-after stop for individuals on eastern Europe backpacking trips and travelers who want to get away from the standard tourist trail. As an up and coming destination, prices are still low but there are tons of options available for tourists by way of accommodation, activities and attractions. Combine the Old Town of Riga, with Latvia’s breathtaking countryside and you’ve got yourself an excellent destination to explore.
Vaduz
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Liechtenstein is the sixth smallest country in the world and an attractive travel destination. Its amazing mountainous landscape has made the country a perfect place where visitors can enjoy various winter sports. It is also known for its friendly locals, fabulous cuisine, mesmerizing Alpine views, and charming villages.
Vilnius
Klaipeda
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Lithuania is a small but extremely proud nation, with a rich history and unique traditions. It became the first country in the Soviet Republic to leave the USSR in 1990; and since then has been trying to re-establish itself in its own right ever since. Lithuania is the only country in the world with its own official scent, called the Scent of Lithuania. It's seasides are famous for the amber found on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Basketball, food (think potato dumplings stuffed with meat, curd cheese or mushrooms), easy (and free!) internet access, and nature are just a few more things Lithuania is proud/known for.
Luxembourg City
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Luxembourg is one of the world`s smallest countries, landlocked by Belgium, France, and Germany. It boasts award-winning wine and food, an ancient network of underground tunnels, and is best known for its status as Europe`s most powerful investment management center. It is often compared to Switzerland. Both NATO and the EU have installations in Luxembourg as do other European organizations.
Macau City
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Macau offers its visitors the best of both worlds with the ultra-modern casino strip on Cotai, world-class shopping, and a glistening nightlife, to the Historic Center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring 25 historic monuments and public squares. Dine, shop, and be entertained at the Venetian Casino, the largest casino in the world or stand in awe at the remaining Ruins at St Paul's in the historic center decorated by colorful squares, quaint cafes and delicious bakeries.
Skopje
Ohrid
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Macedonia, formerly known as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), is known for its long and eventful history, stretching back to the Bronze Age. It is known for its strong religious tradition, and there are hundreds of picturesque Orthodox cathedrals and mosques that are each distinctly beautiful. North Macedonia is known as having an underrated food culture, with an emphasis on farm-to-table cuisine and fresh produce. For as small as North Macedonia is compared to its Balkan neighbors, the geography is surprisingly varied here, home to Europe`s two oldest lakes and over 50 mountains higher than 6,000 feet.
Antananarivo
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About 300 miles east of southern Africa, across the Mozambique Channel, lies the island of Madagascar. Best known for its lemurs, colorful chameleons, stunning orchids, and towering baobab trees, Madagascar is home to some of the world's most unique flora and fauna.
Lilongwe
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Located in southeastern Africa, Malawi is a landlocked country that borders Tanzania, Zambia and Mozambique. It is known as the 'Warm Heart of Africa' for its friendly people and is considered an extremely tourist-friendly destination. It is home to some of the most stunning natural attractions, including Lake Malawi, the third-largest freshwater lake in Africa, and Mount Mulanje, which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. Additionally, Malawi’s diverse wildlife and bird species, traditional culture, and welcoming locals make it an ideal destination for those looking for an authentic African experience.
Kuala Lumpur
Penang
Kota Kinabalu
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Malaysia features idyllic tropical beaches, scenic countryside landscapes, soaring skyscrapers, island escapes, sprawling gardens and parks, and home to Formula One. The country fuses multiculturalism, colonial history, and an indigenous lifestyle. The Petronas Towers are on display in Kuala Lumpur, steel covered twin towers that soar on the skyline. Exploring hidden caves such as Ramayana Cave at the Batu Caves, and Stepping Stone Cave a limestone cave leading to a hidden grotto. Sprawling gardens and parks such as Taman Tugu set amidst the lush verdant forest in Kuala Lumpur and a canopy walk through the treetops in the rainforest at Kuala Lumpur`s Forest Eco Park.
Maldives Islands
Male
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More about Maldives
When one thinks of luxury beach vacation destinations in the Indian Ocean, most likely you think of the Maldives, a collection of 26 atolls just a few hours` plane ride from India and Sri Lanka. In just the last 50 years, the tourism industry in Maldives has grown from a nonexistent situation to a place where over 80 4 and 5-star resorts are located. People come here for the deep sea diving, the white sands of the numerous beaches, and the unique and beautiful traditional coral stone mosques that dot the islands.
Valletta (Malta Island)
Gozo Island
St Julians (Malta Island)
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Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. It's a nation known for historic sites related to a succession of rulers including the Romans, Moors, Knights of Saint John, French and British. Malta is a tourist destination with its warm climate, numerous recreational areas, and architectural and historical monuments, including three UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Martinique Island
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Martinique
Mauritius Island
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More about Mauritius
Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, where white sandy beaches and luxury hotels are abundant. The island is loaded with historic sights, cultural diversity, geographic variation and almost limitless activities to distract you from the daily grind of beach and pool. But perhaps its biggest asset is the relaxed charm of its warm, multiethnic, multi-religious, multicultural, and welcoming people.
Mexico City
Oaxaca
Puerto Vallarta
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Mexico, the northernmost country in Latin America, is also its center in so many ways, shaping much of its popular culture, language, fashion, and finance. People come to Mexico for so many reasons. One, they love its culture, a mix of Mayan, Aztec, and other indigenous influences with Spanish colonial influence. Others love its beautiful beaches, set on the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and Pacific Ocean coastlines. Still others are drawn to Mexico for its history, eco-tourism, and fun and unique tours and day trip experiences.
Monte Carlo
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The Principality of Monaco is the second-smallest independent city-state in the world located west of the French Côte d'Azur. Its pleasant climate, reputation, as well as the absence of income and lack of financial reporting requirements make it a paradise for the rich and famous and for celebrities also. There are more millionaires per capita here than anywhere else. Don't miss the Musée Océanographique, probably the best aquarium in Europe, with 90 seawater tanks and a display of living coral.
Kotor
Montenegro Coast
Podgorica
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Montenegro is well-known for its beautiful beaches. Montenegro boasts over 180 miles of coastline and over 120 distinct beaches. The historic towns, many of which have beautifully-preserved Old Towns, are charming and captivating all at once. While the country is very rural in parts, much of the area is federally protected in national parks. There are great opportunities for outdoor recreation here; Montenegro is one of the best places in Europe for a hiking vacation. These parks are great places to experience the amazing panoramic views that Montenegro is well-known for.
Marrakech
Casablanca
Fez
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Morocco is Europe`s gateway to Africa, where Arab, Berber, Spanish, French, and other influences converge over centuries of history in the world`s longest-lived kingdom. Morocco offers vacation experiences for everyone; spend some time in Casablanca, the country`s largest city, before experiencing the four imperial capitals of Morocco, the towns of the Rif mountains, and the beautiful Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines.
Maputo
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Mozambique is known for its diverse cultural heritage, stunning natural landscapes, and rich history. National parks and reserves offer opportunities to spot a wide range of species, including elephants, lions, zebras, and various bird species. The biodiversity of Mozambique extends to its marine life, with incredible coral reefs teeming with colorful fish and other marine creatures. The country is renowned for its beautiful coastline along the Indian Ocean, with pristine white-sand beaches, turquoise waters, and picturesque tropical islands that provide a paradise for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts. It offers a unique blend of relaxation, adventure, and cultural immersion for those seeking an authentic African experience.
Etosha National Park
Windhoek
Swakopmund
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Namibia, in southwest Africa, is best known for the Namib Desert along its Atlantic coast. It is home to a variety of wildlife, including a large cheetah population as well as giraffes and rhinos. German colonial-era architecture can be seen in the capital, Windhoek, and coastal town of Swakopmund.
Kathmandu
Pokhara
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Nepal is located in the Himalayas and bordered to the north by the People's Republic of China, and to the south, east, and west by the Republic of India. The mountainous north of Nepal has eight of the world's ten tallest mountains, including the highest point on Earth, Mount Everest. Nepal is a unique destination for trekking, rafting, kayaking and jungle safari because of its natural beauty and cultural riches. A huge diversity of land exposes Nepal's fascinating diversity with the highest crystal mountains, terraced middle hills and flat plains from north to south.
Amsterdam
Rotterdam
Utrecht
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The Netherlands (or Holland) may be a small country, but it`s filled with world-famous icons. This country is famous for its bulb fields, windmills, cheese markets, wooden shoes, canals of Amsterdam, masterpieces of Old Masters, Delft Blue earthenware, innovative water management, and millions of bicycles. As you explore the Netherlands you`ll find photogenic spots at every nook and cranny, a hipster coffee scene, an up and coming food scene, and loads of wonderful museums. While its most well-known city is Amsterdam, there are plenty of other beautiful cities that you will want to explore as well.
Auckland
Queenstown
Rotorua
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Located in the South Pacific Ocean, off the southeast coast of Australia, New Zealand is made up of two spectacular islands. The North Island is well known for its beaches, islands, volcanoes, geothermal areas, and Maori heritage, while the major cities of Auckland and Wellington, are also exciting hubs of culture, cuisine and nightlife. The South Island is famous for its dramatic landscapes, outdoor activities, and astounding wildlife. The majestic Southern Alps stretch almost the length of the island, sheltering glaciers, alpine lakes, and some of the world's best skiing.
Granada
Managua
San Juan del Sur
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With its awe-inspiring volcanoes, pristine lakes, and lush rainforests, Nicaragua is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers. The country is famous for Lake Nicaragua, the largest freshwater lake in Central America, home to countless islands and diverse wildlife. Nicaragua's colonial cities, such as Granada and Leon, showcase charming architecture and offer glimpses into its colonial past. Moreover, Nicaragua is celebrated for its warm and welcoming people, who embrace their traditional customs, music, and folklore. The country's commitment to sustainable tourism and ecotourism initiatives has gained international recognition. Whether exploring volcanic peaks, indulging in flavorful cuisine, or immersing oneself in the vibrant local culture, Nicaragua promises an unforgettable and authentic experience.
Lagos City
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Nigeria, in West Africa, is renowned for its rich cultural heritage, diverse population, and vibrant energy. Known as the 'Giant of Africa,' Nigeria captivates visitors with its music, art, literature, and fashion. The landscapes are equally diverse, from the bustling metropolis of Lagos to the breathtaking beauty of Jos Plateau and the enchanting Niger Delta region. The warm and hospitable nature of Nigerians adds an extra charm to the country's allure, ensuring a memorable experience for visitors.
Belfast
Giants Causeway Coast
Derry (Londonderry)
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Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom, comprises the northeastern sixth of the island of Ireland. Torn apart during the 30 years of sectarian strife in the late 20th century, often called 'The Troubles,' this fascinating and beautiful part of the Emerald Isle has emerged to become one of the largest cultural and economic hubs in the British Isles. Belfast, its vibrant capital, is particularly popular. The historic city of Derry, the only walled city on the Irish island, was severely impacted by The Troubles; today it boasts flourishing intellectual and arts scenes.
Oslo
Bergen
Tromso
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Norway is a country of contrasts, with scenery so varied it never ceases to amaze. In summertime it is the land of the Midnight Sun; in winter, the land of the Northern Lights. Norway is a land of tradition, exemplified by its rustic stave churches and its folk dances. But Norway is also modern. This technologically advanced nation is rich in petroleum and hydroelectric energy. One of the last great natural frontiers of the world, Norway invites exploration, with its steep and jagged fjords, salmon-filled rivers, glaciers, mountains, and meadows. In the winter, the shimmering aurora borealis (northern lights) are the lure, before giving way to the midnight sun of summer.
Muscat
Salalah
The Wahiba Sands
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Located strategically on the edge of the Arabian Peninsula, The Sultanate of Oman is an exotic ancient destination with rich heritage and untouched beauty. Oman now represents one of the region's top places to explore. It is filled with warm beaches, amazing mountain ranges, desert landscapes and incredible historic monuments, allowing travelers to discover the real traditional Middle Eastern way of life.
Panama City - Canal
Soberania National Park
Chiriqui Highlands
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Panama is a country with an exquisite tropical climate, sweeping rain forests, exotic wildlife, excellent diving and snorkeling, rugged mountain cloud forests, vibrant indigenous populations, and one of the world's most sophisticated and exhilerating cities. Perhaps best known for the legendary Panama Canal, this is a country just awakening to its vast potential for tourism with exquisite beach, eco, and cultural destinations. Panama is quickly becoming one of the most alluring destinations in Latin America, as well as a powerhouse of international commerce.
Asuncion
Ciudad del Este
Encarnacion
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More about Paraguay
Discover the hidden gem of South America: Paraguay, a land of rich cultural heritage and stunning natural beauty. From the bustling streets of Asunción to the tranquil landscapes of the Gran Chaco, Paraguay offers a unique blend of experiences. Explore the Jesuit Missions, a UNESCO World Heritage site, or immerse yourself in the vibrant indigenous culture. Enjoy world-class fishing in the Paraguay River and marvel at the Itaipu Dam, one of the world's largest hydroelectric plants. With its warm hospitality and diverse attractions, Paraguay is a must-visit destination for the adventurous traveler.
Machu Picchu
Cuzco
Lima
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Peru's wealth of archaeological treasures is the most extensive in the Americas and includes the incomparable "Lost City" of Machu Picchu and an abundance of spectacular Incan ruins. It is also the home of breathtaking natural wonders like the Peruvian Andes, Lake Titicaca, and the vast Amazon River Basin. Here in the cradle of Pre-Colombian civilization, more than 10,000 years of human culture survives in Peru's archaeological riches, music, dance, sophisticated cuisine, and in the spirit of its fascinating people.
Boracay Island
Cebu
Manila
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The Philippines is an archipelago of 7,107 islands (1,000 inhabited), abundant in nature and rich in culture. The mixture of foreign influences and the fusion of culture and arts enhance the uniqueness of this country. The archipelago is famous for the contrast between modern metropolises like Manila or Cebu and the primitive tribal territories and deserted islands. Whether it's the wild beaches of Puerto Galera, exotic Amanpulo and El Nido in Palawan, relaxing Bohol, Sajorda River Park in Iba, Zambales, and its coastal white fine sand & crystal clear water or the place-to-be Boracay, the Philippines has a beach that suits your budget and style.
Krakow
Warsaw
Gdansk
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Poland is a country that offers so many fun experiences for the traveler, from the cities to the countryside. Warsaw and Krakow are crossroad cities, where history and innovative progress coexist beautifully side-by-side, showcasing the nation`s past and future. The Tatra Mountains in the south are a picture-perfect wonderland in the wintertime, and is a popular ski resort area. The Baltic coastline of Pomerania offers respite to crowds in the summer wishing to escape the cities. Historic sites such as castles, palaces, and cathedrals can be found in all corners of Poland -- you really cannot go wrong no matter where you go.
Lisbon
Porto
Coimbra
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Thousands of years of history are on full display in vibrant Portugal, fast becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in western Europe. Each region of Portugal offers something unique to the traveler, like unparalleled beaches and resorts in the Algarve; rolling plains that lead to mountains in the Alentejo; delicious food and drink in the Minho and the Douro River Valley; and of course the country`s bustling capital, Lisbon, which boasts the best of everything that Portugal has to offer, from restaurants to historical landmarks.
San Juan
Culebra Island
Vieques Island
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Puerto Rico is a charming, colorful, colonial country known for its Bioluminescent Bay boat tours, remarkable secluded beaches, sprawling verdant countryside in the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge and El Yunque National Forest, where wild horses roam, historic castles and fortresses still sand in the verdant jungle and the rugged mountain landscapes lead to endless outdoor adventures. Spanish and American influences blend together beautifully throughout the city`s and towns where vibrant, music filled festivals and cultural events are regularly celebrated.
Doha
The Pearl (Doha)
Al Wakrah
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Qatar is one of the safest places in the world. Both visitors and residents have the opportunity to experience the welcoming and friendly nature of Arab culture. Like anywhere else, visitors are asked to respect local traditions and practices by dressing modestly. Lightweight summer clothing is suitable most of the year, but some warmer garments may be needed for the winter evenings. Bikinis and beachwear are acceptable by the hotel pool but not in public places in the city. Qatar has a desert climate with year-round sunshine, hot summers and mild winters. Monthly temperatures range from 62F in January to 97F in July, sometimes reaching highs of 104F during the summer months. The official language is Arabic and English is widely spoken and understood. US Nationals may enter Qatar on the free visa waiver program. The waiver (delivered on arrival) will be valid for 30 days from the date of issuance and entitles its holder to spend up to 30 days in Qatar, during either a single trip or on multiple trips. Passports must be valid for 6 months from date of travel.
Reunion Island
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One of France’s four overseas departments, Reunion is a three-million-year-old volcanic island located in the Indian Ocean. It is a beautiful mix of French, Asian and African influences. Towering mountains, breathtaking canyons, aquamarine lagoons, colorful towns and villages and stunning waterfalls can all be found on this spectacular island.
Bucharest
Brasov
Sighisoara
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Romania is well-known for its rich history, dating back before the time of the Greeks and Romans. Ruins from days gone by, ranging from Roman structures in Alba Iulia to remnants of Communism in Bucharest, are vivid illustrations of life in Romania through the years. Whether the museums are open-air or in exhibition halls, these are fun ways to learn more about Romanian history and folk culture.
Kigali
Ruhengeri
Gisenyi
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More about Rwanda
The Republic of Rwanda, also known as 'The Land of a Thousand Hills' is a landlocked country in the Great Rift Valley of Central Africa. Rwanda is bordered by Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo; and it has five volcanoes, twenty-three lakes and numerous rivers, some forming the source of the River Nile.
San Marino City
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San Marino is among the smallest countries in the world, only 43 miles in size. More precisely, it is the fifth smallest, but probably the most curious one. This micro-country is a sole survivor of Italy's former (and powerful we must add) city-state network; and it is still holding on as the world's oldest surviving sovereign country and its oldest republic dating back to 301 A.D. Tucked away inside Italy's northeastern region, San Marino is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with lovely things to offer its visitors. You'll find everything from forests, fortress towers, and shopping malls, to medieval markets and Olympic stadiums in this quirky and unique part of the world.
Sao Tome Island
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More about Sao Tome and Principe
This small island nation, located in the Gulf of Guinea, is renowned for its cocoa production, which has earned it the title of 'Chocolate Island.' Sao Tome is home to breathtaking landscapes, including Pico Cao Grande, an imposing volcanic peak, and Rolas Island, known for its unique equator-crossing experience. The country's rich history is reflected in its charming colonial architecture and vibrant local culture, influenced by African, Portuguese, and Creole traditions. Visitors can explore the vibrant capital city of Sao Tome, visit historical landmark and indulge in the island's exquisite seafood cuisine. Sao Tome offers a tranquil and off-the-beaten-path destination for nature lovers and those seeking an authentic African island experience.
Edinburgh
Glasgow
Inverness
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A vacation to the isle of Britain would be incomplete without stopping in Scotland. Edinburgh and Glasgow are some of the most cosmopolitan cities in the United Kingdom, set in an urban landscape with many historic buildings dating from the Victorian era and even earlier, impressive considering Scotland was not spared from the Blitz of World War II. Further afield, rivers flow through beautiful valleys that reach the peaks of the Highlands, an area with its own authentic cultural traditions. Whether you are in mainland Scotland or on one of the offshore islands, this nation offers so many charming experiences for the traveler, from fairytale castles to abbeys in ruins to picturesque villages.
Dakar
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More about Senegal
Senegal, situated on the western coast of Africa, is a country known for its vibrant culture and rich history. The nation has fostered a tradition of artistic expression, producing talented musicians and dancers who captivate audiences with their rhythmic melodies and captivating movements. Senegal's cuisine is a culinary delight, and its natural landscapes, including the stunning coastal areas and the lush Casamance region, beckon travelers to explore its scenic beauty.
Belgrade
Novi Sad
Subotica
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More about Serbia
Serbia is a fascinating country with a turbulent history. Its visitors will be surprised by the wide variety of architectural styles ranging from Romanesque to Gothic, from Renaissance to baroque. There are many great monuments including fortresses, ancient churches, Byzantine-style basilicas, and Roman amphitheaters waiting to be discovered by visitors. Tourism in Serbia is mostly focused on the villages and mountains of the country. The most famous mountain resorts are Zlatibor, Kopaonik, and Tara. There are also many spas in Serbia, one the biggest of which is Vrnjaeka Banja. The largest cities like Belgrade, Novi Sad, and Nis, but also in the rural parts of Serbia like the volcanic wonder of Davolja varos, Christian pilgrimage across the country, and the cruises along the Danube, Sava, or Tisza attract many tourists.
Mahe Island
Praslin Island
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More about Seychelles
The Seychelles, just off the coast of Kenya and to the north and east of Madagascar, is one of Africa`s gems. With a unique biosphere, much of the island chain is a conservation zone, and it is home to dozens of flora and fauna species that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Five decades ago, tourism arrived in the Seychelles, and today there are dozens of resorts scattered across its 115 islands. If you are looking for a top-notch luxury vacation experience, ranging from your very own villa with its own private beach, to butler service, you can find it all here in the Seychelles.
Singapore City
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More about Singapore
Singapore is a small, diamond-shaped island country in Southeast Asia. With humble origins as a fishing village, Singapore has transformed itself into a dynamic, cutting edge city while still maintaining its historical and cultural charm. Singapore, having just celebrated 50 years of independence, is a young, vibrant country that has become a global economic powerhouse and a top destination for Americans traveling to Asia. Singapore's exotic landscapes contrast beautifully with stunning new sky-scrapers, ethnically diverse neighborhoods, a harmonious blend of cultures, verdant greenery throughout the island, and a mouth-watering food scene that leaves nothing to be desired.
Bratislava
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Slovakia is well-known for its impressive collection of historic castles. For such a small country, Slovakia has over 100 of them, many of which are situated along the Danube River. Slovakia is known for its opportunities for hiking and rock-climbing in the Tatra Mountains, located in Slovakia`s east. While in the Tatras, Slovakia`s remotest corner, take some time to tour the traditional Slovakian villages, where time has stood still for generations and Slovak culture is lovingly preserved. Then head south to Tokaj wine country, one of six wine regions in the country, and enjoy some farm-to-table cuisine with your vintages.
Ljubljana
Lake Bled
Slovenian Riviera
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For such a small nation, Slovenia, at the crossroads of Central and Eastern Europe, offers so many distinct vacation opportunities. People who want a city getaway will fall in love with Ljubljana, the capital and largest city. Winter sports enthusiasts will be right at home on the ski slopes near Lake Bled and nearby Lake Bohinj. A countryside getaway wouldn't be complete without a tour of Styria and the culturally significant Lasko Valley. Finally, a summer getaway is easily within reach if you sun yourself on the beaches of the Slovenian Riviera in towns such as Koper, Piran, and Portoroz.
Cape Town
Johannesburg
Kruger National Park (Game Reserve)
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More about South Africa
South Africa is located at the southern tip of Africa. It is bordered by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland, and Lesotho. A vast country with widely varying landscapes famous for Table Mountain, Kruger National Park, Cape Town, among other interesting things. Tremendously rich in minerals and mines, South Africa is considered a leader in the world with almost 90 percent of all the platinum metals on planet earth and about 41 percent of all the gold in the world. A trip to Africa offers the classic African scenery and creatures, along with some of the world`s most luxurious
Seoul
Busan - Gimhae
Jeju Island
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In the span of seventy years, South Korea has transformed itself from a poor and war-torn society to become one of the world`s most dynamic economies, and their infrastructure is also considered among the best in the world, even outshining its neighbor and former colonizer Japan. No longer `The Hermit Kingdom`, South Korea has been welcoming Western tourists for decades and is quickly becoming a popular worldwide tourist destination. Considering the fact that beautiful rural landscapes and cities are mere train rides from each other, it is very easy to combine all of what Korea is known for, its natural beauty, its culture, and its progress as it looks forward to tomorrow, all into one perfect vacation.
Madrid
Barcelona
Seville
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Spain is one of the most popular countries in the world for tourists, and the experiences you can have while on vacation here can be just as varied as you are. The best way to experience Spanish life today is to visit one of its largest cities, such as Madrid, the country`s capital; Barcelona, its second city; and provincial capitals such as Seville and Valencia. Andalucia, the epicenter of Moorish rule in Spain, is known for its beautiful landmarks such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Alhambra. The north of the country features such varying experiences as Catholic pilgrimages in Galicia, skiing in the Pyrenees, and immersing yourself in the culture of the gorgeous Basque Country. For beach vacations, Spain is tops, from the Costa del Sol to the Balearic islands of Ibiza and Mallorca to the Canary Islands.
Colombo
Bentota
Galle
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More about Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is an island country in the northern Indian Ocean off the southern coast of the Indian subcontinent in South Asia. It has 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as temples and the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Which are well preserved and proudly display the achievement of ancient Sri Lanka. You can relax at the golden beaches with turquoise and crystal water, can travel around landscapes and sceneries or have adventures from the tops of the mountains to the depths of the oceans.
St Barts Island
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More about St Barts
St. Barts is a glamorous French-speaking Caribbean island known for appealing to the rich and famous, with a wide array of stunning beaches. Luxurious resorts, designer shopping options, and world-class cuisine. The island exudes sophistication, stunning natural beauty, and a laid back island atmosphere. The red-roofed capital of Gustavia is a quaint harbor town where luxury yachts bob in the water and designer shopping can be done on the shores. Vibrant galleries line the streets and mouth-watering French-inspired cuisine is served at gourmet restaurants.
St Kitts and Nevis Islands
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More about St Kitts and Nevis
These lesser-known but luxurious twin islands in the southern Caribbean are breathtaking. St. Kitts and Nevis beckon to travelers looking for a mix of resort relaxation and picturesque landscapes with a touch of adventure and history.
St Lucia Island
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More about St Lucia
Saint Lucia is part of the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles with a pair of dramatically tapered mountains, the Pitons, on its west coast. Equal parts beauty and mystique, its coast is home to volcanic beaches, reef-diving sites, luxury resorts and fishing villages.
St Maarten Island
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More about St Maarten
The tiny island nation of St Maarten (Dutch side) and St. Martin (French side) is known as the `Friendly Islands` with a Dutch heritage, breathtaking beaches, endless underwater and on-water activities, festive nightlife, casinos, and delicious Caribbean cuisine. The tiny island is the smallest inhabited island in the world, divided between two nations, ruled on one side by the Dutch (Maarten) and the other by the French (Martin), living in harmony for over 200 years. The laid back tropical island is lined by endless stretches of golden white sand nicknamed `The Sun-Soaked Island` or `The Culinary Capital of the Caribbean` with dozens of different cuisines on the menu.
St Vincent Island
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More about St Vincent and the Grenadines
Unlike many other Caribbean getaways, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, in the southern portion of the Lesser Antilles, are still relatively untouched by tourism. Popular culture is now taking notice of this island paradise, with its unique black sandy beaches, after the filming of the Pirates of the Caribbean movie here, but all-in-all this is a country to visit if you are looking for a secluded and quiet getaway with all the trappings of relaxed island life and the charm and hospitality it brings.
Stockholm
Gothenburg
Malmo
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The third largest country in Western Europe, Sweden presents visitors with countless lakes and waterways, surrounded by vast pine and spruce forests in the north, mixed with romantic oak, birch and other leafy forests further south. The country offers blood-boiling rapids, soothing streams and wakeboarding waves. And there is so much more - from the Höganäs ceramics of western Skåne in the south, to the finely carved wood, bone and textile handicrafts of the Sami people in northern Lapland - and all the provinces in between, with their countless workshops full of weavers and spinners, gold and silver smiths, stonemasons, woodcarvers and much more.
Zurich
Lucerne
Geneva
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Switzerland is a pristine country of lakes, mountains and forests. The best known of the continent`s mountain ranges, the Alpine chain, runs through most of Switzerland and provides the majority of the country`s magnificent natural sights. In the summer, towns such as Interlaken become green mountain centers for walking and mountaineering, and there are few places more naturally beautiful in the whole of Europe. Zurich, Geneva, Bern and Lucerne are models of Swiss efficiency, offering a wealth of perfectly serene history. Less busy are the lakeside resorts, including fashionable Montreux on Lake Geneva.
Taipei
Kaohsiung
Tainan
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Taiwan is an up-and-coming vacation destination that should definitely be on your radar. Situated just 100 miles from mainland China, Taiwan experienced a population surge when Chinese refugees left Mao`s Communist regime, and today it is one of Asia`s strongest democracies. The Taiwanese are a very hospitable people, and you will feel that warm welcome no matter where you go, from the beaches of Kenting in the south, to the mountainous central and eastern portions, to Taipei, the glittering capital, located in the northern part of the island. If you are looking for a vacation that can easily combine city, country, and beach, Taiwan is the spot for you.
Zanzibar
Arusha
Moshi (Kilimanjaro)
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Tanzania, located in East Africa, is famous for tourism, vast wilderness areas, agricultural activities, mining, and fishing as major economic drivers. In tourism, it is a home for Africa's tallest mountain, Kilimanjaro, standing at more than 5,000 feet above sea level. A safari mecca populated by the 'big five' game (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, and rhino), and the Kilimanjaro National Park.
Bangkok
Phuket
Chiang Mai
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Thailand is one of the most visited countries in Asia because of its rich diversity of cultures and traditions. With its history, lively arts, beautiful beaches, friendly people, and one of the best cuisines in the world, the Kingdom is a never-ending source of fascination for international visitors. The Northeast area hosts some lovely forested mountains and national parks. The major highlight is probably the famous Khao Yai national park, but other interesting places in this area are Nong Khai and Surin. In the south, the traveler can relax at some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, for example, Koh Tao, Krabi, Koh Samui or Phuket, or Trang.
Lome
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Togo is known for its diverse culture, vibrant traditions, and warm hospitality. Nestled on the Gulf of Guinea, it offers breathtaking landscapes, from rolling hills to verdant forests and palm-fringed beaches. Festivals showcase the country's vibrant heritage, with ancient rituals, colorful costumes, and rhythmic music creating an unforgettable experience. Nature enthusiasts will find solace in Togo's stunning natural beauty, while those seeking a spiritual experience can explore the mystical animist practices deeply rooted in the country's cultural fabric.
Tunis
Hammamet
Sousse
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Tunisia might be only a slim wedge along the vast expanse of the Mediterranean coast of North Africa, but there is more than enough natural beauty and history to compete with its famous nearby neighbors Morocco and Egypt. The warm sands and jasmine scents that fill the coast, its abundant and fresh seafood, and the combination of distinct cultures make this an underrated destination worthy of a few days of exploring.
Istanbul
Cappadocia (Central Anatolia)
Antalya
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Apart from Russia, no other country can stake such a proud claim to bridging `the East and the West` like Turkey, which sits astride two continents. It is called the `Cradle of Civilization`, where there are more Roman archaeological sites than in all of Italy, and more ancient Greek ruins available for viewing by the public than in Greece. The history from the Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Ottomans, and finally the modern Turkish nation are all on display here, and the Turkish vacation experience can encompass everything from being in the hustle and bustle of a metropolis, to attending a whirling dervish dance ceremony, to sunning yourself on the country`s beautiful shores, to climbing mountains and skiing at top resorts, to enjoying an iconic hot-air balloon ride over the Fairy Chimneys of Cappadocia.
Turks and Caicos Islands
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More about Turks and Caicos
The dazzling Turks and Caicos Islands are known for their impressive, dreamy beaches, including famous Grace Bay Beach, which has won Best Beach Destination a few times and has been voted the best beach in the world by Conde Nast. Long Bay Beach, Governor`s Beach, Sandy Point Beach, Pillory Beach, Mudjin Harbor, and Sandy Point Beach are amongst other favorites on the islands. These islands are simply incredible pieces of paradise with Cockburn Town on Grand Turk`s decorated with charming colonial architecture, a small seafront town with a scenic walk down Duke Street and Front Street dotted with unique shops, restaurants, and historical attractions.
Dubai
Abu Dhabi
Fujairah
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Dubai is one of the seven emirates and the most populous city of the United Arab Emirates. Blending western influence and eastern tradition, it offers a fabulous cosmopolitan lifestyle and it attracts tourists seeking something different like: man-made islands, the world's tallest habitable tower, the world's largest mall, a rotating tower and many other interesting sights. Here, you can experience everything from large state-of-the art leisure and retail malls to sandy beaches, turquoise waters, lush green parks and the tranquility of the desert, all in the same day. Jumeirah Mosque - a fine example of modern Islamic architecture, the fascinating Al Fahidi Fort - housing Dubai Museum; and the archaeological sites located in Al Ghusals, Al Sufooh and Jumeirah. Al Ghusals and Al Sufooh are a must for every visitor.
Montevideo
Punta del Este
Colonia
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Uruguay is known for having an extremely high standard of living and is considered one of the safest countries in South America. The subtropical climate is mild and most of the popular destinations are along the southern Atlantic coast. The country's capital, Montevideo is the nucleus for the country's impressive economic activity, as well as the nation's cultural center. Colonia del Sacramento, the oldest city in Uruguay features the best surviving examples of Portuguese colonial architecture, and Uruguay's favorite beach destination, Punta Del Este, is a magnet for trendy international travelers drawn to the beaches, cafes, restaurants, and exhilarating nightlife.
St. Thomas
St. Croix
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More about US Virgin Islands
A territory of the United States of America since 1917, the US Virgin Islands is an exotic group of islands located in the Caribbean Sea. The United States Virgin Islands is comprised of three principal islands – St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas – plus 50 smaller islands, cays and islets that are part of the Caribbean archipelago.
USA
New York City, NY
Los Angeles, CA
Miami, FL
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Hot dogs, Hollywood, Historical Personalities, Baseball, Mount Rushmore, The Grand Canyon, American Football, and the Golden Gate Bridge are just a few of the iconic landmarks, foods, and sports that the United States of American is known for. The USA is the most dominant economic and military powerhouse in the entire world, the most famous country in the world. The US is known for its sports, good culture, music, movies, technological innovations, and historical personalities. From the glitz and glam of Hollywood filled with movie stars and celebrities to the stunning coastlines of the Gulf of Mexico and the wild shores of Maine, the US offers 50 states to visit boasting a variety of landscapes and stunning attractions.
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Hanoi
Danang
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Vietnam is a country with a long history, ancient traditions, and rich in culture. It has many historic sights, old temples, and inspiring landscapes. Vietnam's most beautiful region is Halong bay, meaning 'descending dragon'. With over 3,000 oddly shaped limestone islets, the natural beauty of the grottoes is captivating. Another highlight is the city of Hue, the ancient capital of the Annamese - located about halfway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. For those who love nature, a visit to northwest Vietnam is a 'Must'.
Cardiff
Swansea
Caernarfon
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With such beautiful valleys, mountain peaks, and shoreline, Wales is considered one of the most picturesque parts of the United Kingdom. The Welsh culture is one that is on display everywhere you look, from the capital, Cardiff, where hundreds of years of history meet modern-day innovation, to the valleys of Glamorgan, to the beautiful north where mountains such as Mount Snowdon are just a short drive away from gorgeous seaside resorts such as Llandudno. Visit the beautiful castles, enjoy hiking and nature-watching, or enjoy such recreational activities as horseback riding and golf. Wales has quite a few options for those looking for a charming and breathtaking getaway.
Lusaka
Livingstone
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More about Zambia
Zambia is known for its diverse and breathtaking natural wonders. The country is also famous for its abundant wildlife and national parks, and safari adventures. The country's rich cultural heritage, with over 70 ethnic groups, presents a vibrant tapestry of traditions, music, and festivals. Moreover, Zambia is renowned for its warm and welcoming people, whose hospitality leaves a lasting impression on travelers.
Victoria Falls
Harare
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More about Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is a beautiful African country, rich in resources and hardworking people. Despite political turmoil, it is a beautiful travel destination. What brings visitors to Zimbabwe is its unbelievable natural beauty. It is home to Victoria Falls, the largest waterfall in the world, and Lake Kariba, the largest man-made lake in terms of volume. Zimbabwe is also known for it`s fantastic safari`s thanks to the beautiful national parks such as Hwange and Mana Pools.