Europe

Puerto Banus, Spain

Located in Nueva Andalucia area of Marbella, Spain at Costa del Sol, Puerto Banus was developed in 1970. The luxurious marina has since then been one of the most visited shopping complexes, mostly frequented by the famous and rich. It was developed in a Mediterranean architectural style around a local coastal village. Travelers visiting Puerto Banus enjoy a unique fare of extraordinary and expensive restaurants, bars and shopping malls.

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Lake District, England

Lake District in North West England is commonly referred to as Lakeland or The lakes. This mountainous region has become one of the most famous holiday destinations in England. The region is not just popular for its lakes, mountains and forests but due to its rich history of association with great Lake Poets like William Wordsworth who pioneered poetry and writings in the 19th Century.

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Zermatt, Switzerland

Located in Upper Valais, an alpine canton of Switzerland, Zermatt is a village that doesn’t permit car usage. For most travelers, Zermatt is their perfect destination for mountaineering and skiing especially in the Matterhorn Mountain. The breathtaking surroundings of Zermatt come at a hefty price as Zermatt accommodation is one of the most costly in Switzerland.

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Nuuk, Greenland

Nuuk, the administrative capital of Greenland is referred to as the city of ‘Good Hope’. Approximately quarter of the Greenland population lives in Nuuk. Most visitors to this city have accused it of being soulless and feature numerous high rise building blocks.

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Nicosia, Cyprus

The capital city of Cyprus Island, Nicosia is located at the centre of the island and home to the largest number of people living on the Island. With a population of about 300, 000 people, the city have grown tremendously in the past few years to engulf the surrounding settlements and villages.

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Minsk, Belarus

Minsk is the capital city of Belarus and also the largest city in the country. The city is surrounded by Niamiha and Svislac Rivers. During the World War II, the city was almost completely destroyed and rebuilding efforts began in 1950s.

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Douglas, Isle of Man

Douglas serves as the administrative and finance sector of Isle of Man. The working harbor city features some unique holiday resorts that make it quite attractive to many visitors. The city has so much to do and you will surely love every minute of your life that you spend in Douglas.

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24 Hours In London

Picture this: You're on vacation in London, England and your trip is nearing it's end. You have 24 hours until you must check out of your hotel and head to the airport, and you want to make the most out of those 24 hours. We've comprised a great set of attractions and things to entertain you; all in 24 hours.

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Gibraltar

Colloquially, Gibraltar is referred to as the ‘Rock’. Located on Mediterranean Ocean it is UK’s overseas territory and has Spain as its closest neighbor to its north. While citizens here are bilingual, speaking both Spanish and English, they are extremely loyal to Britain.

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Chisinau, Moldova

Even though Moldova is not an affluent country as such, Chisinau boasts as the wealthiest city in the country and it is characterized by great wealth disparity. Being a post soviet urban area, Chisinau is characterized by both good and bad things. Generally, the city has numerous great and modern buildings built of glass, concrete and steel.

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