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London in United Kingdom

   With 8 million inhabitants, London is the largest European city, but also the most ethnically diverse one. Almost 200 languages are spoken in London and more than 30% of the population are represented by immigrants. Despite decentralization and local vanities, London dominates the horizon of all British citizens, as the most important events take place here, as well as the greatest business deals.    Londoners’ feeling of superiority often irri...

Prague

   Prague or "City of a thousand towers" is one of the most amazing European cities. Being one of the best preserved medieval centers throughout Europe, the town was included on UNESCO world heritage. Prague is an ideal city for lovers of castles, cathedrals and culture. For centuries, churches were built, residences and palaces, synagogues and Hebrew cemetery district and the majestic Charles Bridge on the River Vltava. Nowadays, Charles Bridge is a stage for mu...

New York

     New York is a city of superlatives. Besides being a world financial center, the island of Manhattan is dotted with world-renowned restaurants, architectural masterpieces and venerable art institutions that make New York the greatest cultural city in the world.    The phrase "If you succeed in New York, you will succeed anywhere else in the world" attracts visitors from around the world who come here searching for the American dream. New York ...

Paris in France

   Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Invalides Dome and Notre Dame, and they are enough to convince you to go to Paris. But that's where you put it yourself seduced by the Louvre and his Mona Lisa, the paintings of Picasso and the memory of French bohemians.      Montmartre will take you through the most unusual places and you will reveal fascinating Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, as well as cafes and artists workshops....

Berlin

   After a period of fifty years of calm returned to Berlin - Germany united as the capital and one of the largest cities of Europe. After the Second World War Berlin was a divided pawn, caught between East and West, metaphorically and practically divided by a wall. Town of North - East Germany lost the capital status even when the West German government fled to Bonn.        Today, the Cold War and memorable events of November 1989...

Barcelona in Spain

   Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is a cosmopolitan Mediterranean that has a specific charm, boasting Roman remains, medieval districts, along with the most beautiful examples of Modernism and Avant-Garde of the twentieth century. Renovated in 1992 for the Olympic Games, Barcelona has become one of the must-visit cities in Europe and even in the entire world. Picturesque landscapes, the best preserved Gothic Quarter in Europe, the architecture with Gaudi’s bold lines, ...

Las Vegas

     Few towns conjure up images of excess such as Las Vegas. Located in the middle of the arid Mojave Desert, in the southern tip of Nevada, Las Vegas is an oasis of life, energy and money - a city where the only purpose in life is having fun.    Over 35 million people visit Las Vegas every year, being accommodated in the 150,000 hotel rooms in the town. According to the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, the city registered the fastest growth in No...

Venice in Italy

   For most people, Venice is synonymous with romance. Of course there are detractors, but most people love this city, imagining it as a symbol of love, inspired by stories of love sheltered by the walls of buildings shriveled.    But nobody can deny there is something with this place, something that continues to fascinate generations of tourists, lured by fame and the history of the city that floats on water. A small town occupied by water, a lo...

Florence in Italy

   Considered the cradle of the Renaissance, Florence must respect the typical Italian architecture and imposing structures. Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery Academy of Art and are only three locations that you have to visit if you want to see works by Michelangelo (David was exhibited at the Academy) and other Renaissance masters.     In addition, Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, the fourth largest cathedral in Europe, and Basilica di S...

Hong Kong

   Hong Kong is a unique blend of Eastern and Western traditions, a modern metropolis, but also one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world. The city is impressive, with its modern architecture and unique design. Skyscrapers in Hong Kong have been built as a result of China's impressive combination of size and economic independence of Hong Kong. In 2009, The Heritage Foundation Index, which classifies the cities with the most free economy in the world, ha...

Rome in Italy

   Rome is the largest and most important city of Italy, an economic and cultural center, a city scattered of historical monuments, which has something to offer for all tastes. The Eternal City, City of Seven Hills, La Dolce Vita, all these phrases refer to a single city: Rome - a center of culture, religion and power over three millennia. Visited by millions of tourists every year, Rome's main attractions are the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Vatican and hundreds of other churches a...

Amsterdam in Netherlands

   What may be shocking to a romantic city with grand architecture, Venetian-style canals and tramways of age? Despite its idyllic image of Amsterdam's, those who visited it in a "bachelor party" will realize that actually everything is allowed in this city.      An underground world is brought to the surface at street level, by bars and cafes...

Sydney in Australia

   With a population of 4.5 million inhabitants, Sydney is the largest, oldest and most beautiful city in Australia. Located where water joins land at Jackson Bay, Sidney is a natural harbor on the southeastern coast of the Australian continent.    The most important places in Sydney are: the Harbour Bridge, Sydney Tower (305 m hight - the highest building in southern hemisphere) and Opera, representative for the city, famous throughout the world. T...

Orlando

  Orlando is a city made up mostly of theme parks. By 1966 there were enough to see in central Florida, but the area began to flourish along with the great flow of tourists attracted by the Walt Disney World.      From the Magic Kingdom opened in 1971 after a five-year program, Disney has added three more theme parks, two water parks and a lot of buildings, including hotels, shops and golf courses to create a real universe. With Disney ...

San Francisco

   San Francisco is a major city in California, the heart of golf and known for its liberal community, hilly terrain, Victorian architecture and ethnic and cultural diversity. These are just some of the aspects that make San Francisco one of the most visited cities in the world.      For a CityPass worth 54 USD, a tourist has access to the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco (SFMOMA) Young Museum and Legion of Honor, Asian Art Museum and E...


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