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Orlando, Florida

With seven of the top theme parks in one sunny location, Orlando is the theme park capital of the world. Best of all, Orlando offers new and exciting experiences for visitors each year, so there’s always a reason to return. Plan to visit the many amazing theme parks and water parks at Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld Orlando and LEGOLAND Florida Resort. With attractions, blockbuster rides, fabulous shopping, award-winning restaurants, spectacular museums and world-class entertainment, there’s something for everyone in Orlando. Learn more at: www.visittheusa.se/destination/orlando
Antwerp, Belgium

Tasty in Antwerp: Theatre Area

The Theatre District owes its name to the many theatres here. This is the working habitat of many directors, actors, dancers and musicians: in the pubs you can almost hear the creativity bubbling away. It’s worth a visit during the day, too, because you’ll find many fashion, antique and interior design shops here, as well as two small but beautiful museums: the Maiden’s House Museum and the Museum Mayer van den Bergh.

Pisa

Pisa is strategically located in the central part of Italy, at only 12 km from the Ligurian Sea, 20 km from the harbour of Livorno and the ferries heading to the Elba Island, Sardinia and Corsica, and 80 km from Florence. This city is closely associated with the Leaning Tower, but it also preserves, along with the whole complex of Piazza dei Miracoli - UNESCO World Heritage Site - and its medieval centre, numerous masterpieces of architecture and medieval history. The area around Pisa is also excellent for farm holidays, trekking, beaches and water sports on the Versilian coast.

Washington, D.C.

Think BIG in Washington – as soon as you arrive in DC, you’ll be knocked over by the scale of the place. America’s capital wants you to know where you are, and the city goes all out to impress in terms of grandeur and size. Drama and scandal bubble under the surface, while the streets are abuzz with hip and happening events, museums, restaurants and clubs around every corner. The principles of Equality, Justice, Life and Liberty are still upheld, but DC is, above all, a trendy and international town.
Antwerp, Belgium

Tasty in Antwerp: St. Andrew's

St. Andrew's was once known as ‘the Parish of Hardship’, but those days are long since passed. The Fashion Museum is the public face of the neighbourhood, and in the Nationalestraat and Kammenstraat area vintage clothing and haute couture go hand in hand. There’s always something going on in this district. And don’t miss Kloosterstraat, with its shops full of antique treasures and bric-a-brac.

Detroit

Better known as ‘Motor City’, Detroit is popular worldwide for its cars, Motown history and as an important center of African-American culture in the US. Birthplace of the Ford Motor Company, Detroit received its nickname of ‘Motor City’ thanks to its mass production of motor vehicles on an assembly line. The city has thrived despite its somewhat negative reputation in recent times, developing into a dynamic metropolis with heaps to offer visitors. Artists and singers have celebrated Motortown for its charm: the city is a landmark in the history of the music and it has to be thanked for discovering some of the most talented artists of all time.
Antwerp, Belgium

Tasty in Antwerp: Historic centre

The old city centre is steeped in history. You will find it in ancient building-fronts on narrow streets or in the imposing Grand-Place. The Plantin-Moretus Museum is the only museum in the world to be classified as a Unesco World Heritage site. In the shadow of the Cathedral of Our Lady, the city teems with life in intimate pubs and restaurants. The banks of the Scheldt are a great place for a breath of fresh air.
Hamilton Island, Australia

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If you prefer to keep busy, Hamilton Island offers a range of activities to choose from: yacht charters, buggy hire, golf driving range, grand prix, go karts, mini golf, sports club, target sports, wire flyer, catamarans, jet and paddle skis, parasailing, deep sea fishing, learn to sail and learn to dive courses, speed boat adventures, tube rides, wakeboarding, waterpolo, waterskiing and windsurfing... just to name a few. Hamilton Island Water Sports Hamilton Island Marina, Hamilton Island +61 7 4946 9934 www.hiwatersports.com.au Renegade Fishing Charters Hamilton Island Marina, Hamilton Island www.renegadecharters.com.au +61 429 724 822 info@renegadecharters.com.au Hamilton Island Golf Club Dent Island +61 7 4948 9760 www.hamiltonislandgolfclub.com.au
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Perth

A combination of big city comforts, perfect weather and a laid-back approach to life make Perth one of the most livable cities in the world. It is a youthful, energetic and cosmopolitan city, and in terms of entertainment, nightlife and cultural activities it can stand up to even the fiercest competition. When it comes to food, however, Perth raises the bar, boasting fabulous beachfront restaurants, succulent seafood and some of the country’s best vineyards. It may be one of the world’s most remote cities, but a good public transportation system allows visitors to explore the city’s surrounding beaches, bush and greenery in mere minutes, and there’s simply no excuse not to visit.

Nottingham

‘City of Caves’ and ‘Queen of the Midlands’ are two names fondly given to the city of Nottingham, which accurately reflects its hugely diverse nature, rich with cultural heritage and modern day entertainment. A city with a fascinating past and an exciting and buzzing present, Nottingham has everything to offer – from high culture, haute couture and widely acclaimed restaurants to the world famous legend of Robin Hood. Visitors are spoilt for choice for things to do and see in this number one destination city. Whatever you are into, be it art, music or walking, Nottingham is sure to satisfy all tastes, styles and ages.

Åre

As the only Swedish ski resort that can be compared with the mountain villages in the Alps, Åre is extremely popular. More than 300,000 guests come here every winter and the number of visitors is constantly increasing, not least among foreign visitors. With a total piste length of 95 kilometres, around 100 descents, 40 lifts, almost 50 restaurants and more than 30 bars and nightclubs, it is arguably Sweden’s number one ski resort. It comes as no surprise that luxury traveller magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, chose Åre the world’s best ski resort 2008 thanks to its broad range of slopes for all family members and difficulties.
Detroit

Henry Ford Museum

For car enthusiasts, the first stop in Detroit must be the Henry Ford Museum. A company which started in a converted Detroit wagon shop with 10 employees in 1903, has now grown into the second-largest car and truck maker in the world, with a rather significant increase in employees – over 370,000 people now work for the Ford Motor Company world-wide. Started as Henry Ford's personal collection, this museum boasts memorabilia such as the limo in which John F. Kennedy was shot as well as pop culture items, automobiles, locomotives and aircraft.
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