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Sydney

Sydney

Sydney is Australia's most famous city, with the majestic Sydney Opera House, the impressive steel arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the sparkling waterways and the white sands of Bondi Beach. Beneath this glittering surface Sydney has many more enchanting layers to discover. This beautiful cosmopolitan city celebrates its cultural diversity and heritage, and passion for arts and sports. A temperate climate makes Sydney spectacular at any time of the year, and the city's friendly, casual attitude keeps visitors coming back Down Under for more!
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Olbia

Olbia

Olbia is the gateway to the pearly white beaches of Sardinia's northeast coast and the sparkling Costa Smeralda. This is where jet-setters, film stars and the ‘glitterati’ arrive to indulge in 'la dolce vita' Sardinian-style. With a Greek name meaning ‘happy’, Olbia used to be a little fishing village but has now grown to become Sardinia’s busiest ferry port, complete with an international airport and tons of tourist amenities. The countryside is cloaked in aromatic wild herbs, the macchia, and the surrounding sea glows in every hue of electric blue, in a little known and exclusive place waiting to be discovered.
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Bergheim 41 - Cafe4you
Heidelberg, Germany

Bergheim 41 - Cafe4you

Dear Heidelberg Lovers! Have a look on our second episode of Café4you. Today, Sophia will show you the "Bergheim 41". Enjoy!
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Beirut

Beirut

Beirut is the perfect destination for seasoned travellers: here, East and West intertwine in intricate ways, creating a city so magnetic that few are able to resist its powerful draw. Much has changed over the latter half of the twentieth century – Beirut rising to become glitterati central in the 60s but falling from grace during the bloody Civil War – but the city is alive and kicking, enticing travellers with superb gastronomy, the Middle East's most vibrant nightlife and a close proximity to the ancient towns of Byblos and Baalbek.
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Carcassonne

Carcassonne

Located in South of France, Carcassonne is situated at the crossing of two major routes: from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean coast and from the heart of France to Spain, both used since antiquity. It is a beautiful and diversified region but the city itself has enough to fulfil your curiosity. The medieval fortified Cité is a UNESCO world heritage site. No wonder that Carcassone is home to a unique historical and cultural past. If you add the local traditional dishes, the hospitality of its inhabitants and some of the best vineyards in the south of France, your stay will be a most memorable one!
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Jerusalem

Jerusalem

Destination of pilgrimages, subject of psalms, and a tormented battlefield, Jerusalem has been the scene of crucial events in the history of Western civilisation. The city contains some of the most sacred sites in the entire world. Today it is a fascinating kaleidoscope of cultures where daily life, with its dazzling sounds and fragrances, streams next to millennia-old landmarks. Visitors can find a rich music and dining scene, atmospheric cafes, crowded markets, and a number of cultural events. Jerusalem's spiritual aura and ancient, intricate beauty will be difficult to forget.
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Nomad Heidelberg
Heidelberg, Germany

Nomad Heidelberg

Dear Heidelberg & coffee lovers! In our last episode of Café4you, Sophia will show you the Café Nomad Heidelberg in Neuenheim. Enjoy!
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coffee nerd Heidelberg
Heidelberg, Germany

coffee nerd Heidelberg

Sophia will show you the coffee nerd in Heidelberg. Enjoy!
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Cuneo

Cuneo

Beautiful historic towns dot the vast mountainous expanses of the Province of Cuneo. The landscape boasts a huge variety, from lush valleys, vineyards and natural reserves to rolling green hills and imposing snow-capped mountains, which is interrupted only by castles and quaint, tower-studded towns and villages, like the stunning Alba, Saluzzo and the regional capital of Cuneo. Locally produced cheeses, chocolates and especially wines are internationally renowned and sought-after, and the area offers also top-notch outdoor adventures.
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Valley of Fire State Park
Las Vegas, Nevada

Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park is Nevada’s oldest and largest state park, dedicated in 1935, and it is named after the red sandstone formations that arose from great shifting sand dunes during the age of dinosaurs. The area boasts petrified wood and a 3000-year-old Indian petroglyph, as well as brilliant formations of eroded sandstone and sand dunes dating back 150 million years. Also, there are 7 tall red boulders in the desert which are called 'The Seven Sisters' but take a peek yourself!
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Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas is a mystical and dazzling sea of neon lights that beckons its visitors with luxurious accommodation, unbelievable shows, exquisite restaurants, world-class gambling, and decadence on a grandiose scale – it is ancient Rome, romantic Paris, exotic Egypt, exciting New York City, and the Canals of Venice all together rolled into one fabulous vacation destination. Millions of people fulfill their dream of vising Las Vegas every year, and as to its manifold shape, it is not difficult to see why it has earned the title of the world's Entertainment Capital.
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Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Sydney, Australia

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

The MCA is on the edge of Sydney Harbour and is Australia's leading museum dedicated to contemporary art from across Australia and around the world. In the historic Rocks, the MCA has steady stream of exhibitions and events are hosted throughout the year. From established artists to new work by emerging artists in painting, sculpture, video, installation and more, there's something to inspire everyone at the MCA. And there are harbour vistas from the rooftop cafe.
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Cardo
Jerusalem, Israel

Cardo

During Roman times the Cardo was Jerusalem's main street, and it must have been quite a view: lined by columns that linked as roofed arcades above pedestrians, it was 22 meters wide and teemed with carriages and cattle. The street has been rediscovered and partially restored by archaeologists in 1975. While walking, you'll see wall remains of the First and Second Temple, columns, and typical stone brick pavements. In the north there is an authentic bazaar which dates back to the Crusades era.
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