Seattle, USA

Known as the home of Starbucks and Microsoft, Seattle in the USA is quite different close up. Small indie businesses thrive next to microbreweries and serious coffee shops, while every other street corner seems to have an interesting mural or […]

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Pyramids at Giza, Egypt

Cairo, Egypt

One of the world’s most ancient cities, Cairo is home to giant pyramids as well as modern skyscrapers. After the political turmoil of 2011 tourism has reduced, which offers a unique chance to experience some of the world’s most famous […]

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Taipei, Taiwan

Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, is a modern city home to dizzying skyscrapers, high tech start ups and super-efficient transport systems. It also has a troubled and difficult history, having been passed back and forth between it’s neighbours Japan and […]

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Humayuns tomb in Delhi

Delhi, India

Delhi, the capital of India, sometimes feels more like several cities than one. There are ancient markets where time has barely moved for hundreds of years, imposing colonial-era buildings and boulevards, and corporate headquarters in slick skyscrapers. There’s so much […]

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Christ the Redeemer, Brazil

Towering over the Rio De Janeiro with his outstretched arms reaching 28 meters across, the statue of Christ the Redeemer that overlooks the city is surely one of the most iconic images of Brazil. Construction began in 1922 and was […]

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view of Rome

Rome, Italy

Arguably the heart of western civilisation, Rome in Italy has been a major city for almost 3000 years. Discover ancient ruins, incredible art collections and some of the finest food Italy has to offer all in one place. The ancient […]

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Buddha statues in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and a city known for its sense of fun. The Thai people are famously friendly and with so much of day to day life conducted outdoors a good sense of humour is necessary to […]

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The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Petersburg, Russia

St Petersburg, Russia

After Peter the Great returned from visiting Europe in 17th Century, he decided to build a European style city to boost Russia’s links with western Europe. St Petersburg is the result, with grand boulevards, winding canals and impressive neoclassical buildings […]

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Jakarta, Indonesia

One of the biggest cities in the world, Jakarta in Indonesia is home to over 30 million people. It’s also a melting pot of Asian cultures, with people from all over the region coming together. You can see colonial buildings […]

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Christchurch Cardboard Cathedral

Christchurch, New Zealand

Christchurch is slowly rebuilding after not one but two devastating earthquakes in 2011. The places where buildings once stood now house pop up street art galleries, mini golf courses or bars and shops in shipping containers. The city also has […]

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