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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a young, vibrant city full of energy. This is obvious to anyone standing on the pier in Tsim Sha Tsui, looking out over Hong Kong’s impressive skyline of skyscrapers. Furthermore, this is a city that has managed to make an art of squeezing seven million people together in an area of 1.000 square kilometers. With its tropical climate, beautiful landscapes, rivers of electronic equipment, energetic nightlife and good food, Hong Kong is a tourist paradise. 25 million people come here each year to a city that has some of the highest skyscrapers in the world.

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

The coastal barrier city of New Smyrna Beach is “Florida’s Secret Pearl” with good reason. Consistently given recognition on numerous “best surf town” lists, New Smyrna Beach was even ranked as "one of the world's top 20 surf towns" by National Geographic Magazine in 2012. Watersports remain its most popular feature, with swimming, scuba diving, kitesurfing, and surfing at the forefront. Outdoors enthusiasts have little fear, however: you’ll discover myriad opportunities to fish, sail, motorboat, golf, hike, and more at New Smyrna Beach!
Reykjavík, Iceland

Reykjavik Fashion Festival

The Reykjavik Fashion Festival provides a platform for emerging Icelandic designers to collaborate with creative minds from different disciplines, providing a unique fashion experience. So jump on-board and don't miss this rare opportunity to be a part of Iceland's biggest fashion event! March 27-30, 2014 www.rff.is

Strasbourg

With the tiny rivers and narrow alleys, extraordinarily varied architecture and the poetry which emerges from the magnificent historical centre, the Alsatian capital is simply delightful. A rich cuisine, a plentiful cultural life and a crossroads position in the heart of Europe are also important parts of this city. Both in winter and summer, Strasbourg, which is classified as a world heritage site by the United Nations, is one of France’s most attractive and romantic destinations.
Reykjavík, Iceland

Reykjavik Children’s Culture Festival

The three main aspects of Reykjavik Children’s Culture Festival are chilrden’s culture, culture for children and culture with children.
Jönköping, Sweden

Welcome to Jönköping!

Welcome to Jönköping!
Dubrovnik, Croatia

The National Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum is located on the First and Second Floors of Fort St. John’s.The exhibits on the First Floor give an overview of the development of Dubrovnik maritime trade and shipbuilding from its very start to the fall of the Dubrovnik Republic. The exhibits on the Second Floor show the resurgence of maritime trade in Dubrovnik and on the Pelješac Peninsula during the 19th century, as well as the strength of Dubrovnik steamships up until World War II and afterwards.
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Hanoi

If Saigon is the frenetic, commercial heartbeat of Vietnam then gentle, verdant, historic Hanoi is the sedate, intellectual soul of the country. Its leafy boulevards, serene lakes and sweeping white French colonial architecture set the scene as tourists and locals alike seem to go about their business at a pleasingly civilised pace. The city is the administrative capital of the country and its political metronome still beats to communist time, but with a distinctly modern nod towards welcoming tourists from all over the world to enjoy its rich and varied heritage.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen

“Discover your true nature“: This motto is the central philosophy encompassing the tourist attractions offered at the renowned holiday destination of Garmisch-Partenkirchen all year round. In the midst of beautiful mountain views, the most famous town of the Bavarian Alps offers a wide variety of topnotch holidays. At the foot of Mount Zugspitze, nature is aImpressive, historic facades and lovingly painted houses are splendid and the charming inhabitants give the town its atmosphere.
Dubrovnik, Croatia

The Elaphite Islands

Near Dubrovnik there is the archipelago of thirteen larger and smaller islands and islets known under the common name of the Elafiti. Among them three inhabited islands are of particular interest. Starting from Dubrovnik westwards these are Kolocep or Kalamota (as it is called by its inhabitants), Lopud and Sipan. These three islands form an array protecting Dubrovnik coast from offshore waves. The layout of their southern cliffs facing the winds is breathtaking while the northern side rests in the calm waters of the Kolocep Channel. These islands, being a nature park, give pleasure to the eyes and soul of every traveller seeking peace and relaxation. So close and yet so far, so wild and yet tame. On these islands without traffic, surrounded by turquoise blue sea, you can enjoy a walk through the forest paths, rest on sandy and stone beaches, taste fresh seafood in restaurants and taverns. You can soak up the smells of the sea and pine forests mixed with scents of vineyards and olive groves. Here you will find numerous old churches, castles, villas, towers and fortresses from ancient times which testify to their rich and turbulent past. These were the islands of Dubrovnik aristocrats, sailors and captains, fishermen, coral divers and farmers. You are reminded of that at every step and every breath. There are many simple ways of getting to these islands. They are but 4 – 8 nautical miles away from Dubrovnik. Many excursion boats offer a one-day cruise around the Elafiti while a regular boat line connects them to Dubrovnik several times a day. If you really want to see the Mediterranean as it once was, and still enjoy the benefits of comfort and safety of modern times you simply must visit the Elafiti. If you enjoy solitude, fishing, diving, rowing or prefer flying a parachute, ride a jet ski, bike ... The Elafiti offer you everything in tune with nature.
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