Venice, Italy

Situated on a lagoon in northern Italy, Venice is a must-see destination. More like something out of a fairytale than a living, working city, the buildings appear to float on the water. From the awe-inspiring Grand Canal to hidden backstreet […]

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Washington DC, USA

Washington DC was purpose built as the capital of the United States and is a separate entity not part of any of the official 50 states. It’s been the home of the US government since 1800. Many visitors will be […]

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tuktuk in Chennai

Chennai, India

Formally known as Madras, Chennai is a hotbed of South Indian culture. Expect ornate temples, incredible artwork and fantastic food, but without the tourists and hawkers that crowd many other Indian cities. To find out more about the history of […]

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beachfront honolulu

Honolulu, USA

One of the most remote cities on Earth at over 2500 miles from mainland America, Honolulu in Hawaii is a great place to get away from it all. Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii, which was the last state to […]

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Nightime fire dance show at Tjapukai Park

Cairns, Australia

Once a former gold-mining port, Cairns on Australia’s eastern coast is now a town that makes its living from tourism. With both the Great Barrier Reef and the tropical rainforests of northern Australia within easy reach, it’s the perfect base […]

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The Brandenburg Gate

Berlin, Germany

Once divided by a wall, Berlin is now a major world city with a booming economy. Home to top universities, high tech start ups and a thriving arts scene, Berlin has an incredible amount to offer to visitors. While much […]

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Busan, South Korea

South Korea’s second city, Busan, has enough attractions to keep even the most jaded traveler interested. Surrounded by mountains on one side and the sea on the other, there’s views and beaches aplenty. Inside the city, you’ll find amazing cafes, […]

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Manama, Bahrain

Bahrain’s capital, Manama, seems like a typical Gulf city with its trading history and modern oil riches, but Manama has a different feel. Bahrain has embraced migrants over the years and as such has a diverse and mixed culture with […]

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Church in Bucharest

Bucharest, Romania

Once known as “Little Paris” for its elegant and sophisticated buildings, Romania’s capital Bucharest is emerging from decades under Communist dictatorship. It’s now a prosperous and vibrant city that is ideal for a weekend break. To get an insight in […]

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Munich, Germany

The capital of Bavaria in southern Germany, Munich has plenty of traditional alpine fare on offer. Crowds gather in the autumn for the annual Oktoberfest beer festival, but the beer halls are open all year round for those wishing to […]

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