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Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains get their name from the natural blue haze created by vast eucalypt forests in this World Heritage area. Tiny droplets of oil released from the trees mix with water vapour and sunlight to produce the distinctive colour. Enjoy crisp mountain air, beautiful panoramas, charming villages, one of the world’s oldest cave systems, and exhilarating adventures in the Blue Mountains, near Sydney. You can even see dinosaur trees in the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah. This is a great Australian escape and a natural wonder of the world.
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Places4You – Walderlebnispfad
Heidelberg, Germany

Places4You – Walderlebnispfad

Walderlebnispfad
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Santiago

Santiago

In the heart of Chile, right in between Argentina and the South Pacific Ocean, lies the country's capital Santiago. Over a quarter of Chile's population call "The City of the Island Hills" their home. Located in a valley consisting of broad and fertile lands, surrounded by vineyards and mountains, Santiago offers a cosmopolitan and energetic city life that is inseparably attached to its beautiful natural setting. Immerse yourself in the city's cultural and musical energy that is reflected in colourful neighbourhoods and a reinvigorated art scene.
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California's Central Valley

California's Central Valley

Welcome to California Central Valley! A 400 mile (640 km) long region in the heart of California. It is California's single most productive agricultural regions, and one of the most productive in the world, providing more than half of the fruits, vegetables and nuts grown in the United States. The Central Valley is also known for its outdoor activities, art and culture, festivals and events, its diverse population, and its proximity to the National Parks (Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon). More info at Visit CentralValley.com
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Cottage
Heidelberg, Germany

Cottage

Special gastronomic offer in an exceptional environment
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Garmisch-Partenkirchen

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.
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Places4You Thingstätte
Heidelberg, Germany

Places4You Thingstätte

Thingstätte
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Visalia Adventure Park
California's Central Valley

Visalia Adventure Park

Fun, food and excitement for the whole family. Play mini golf, laser tag, race on the go-karts and challenge yourself in the arcade. Or have fun in the Sequoia Springs Splash Park, a 42-foot water structure with four slides a wooden, 900-gallon barrel, as well as interactive water cannons and spinners. It offers water three slides of various thrill levels and a smaller slide for younger kids. The water zone is themed after Sequoia National Park, featuring rustic and natural elements reminiscent of the massive sequoia trees for which the area is known. The park has a commitment to sustainability and green energy. All water is treated and reused, and the attraction uses solar power.
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Yanbu

Yanbu

Yanbu has long been known as little more than an industrial centre with a busy port, but with some of the country's best diving spots and ever more luxury resorts in the area, it is quickly transforming into a coveted vacation destination. The desert beaches are beautiful, captivating, and solitary enough to make your visit a unique experience. There has never been a better time to visit, as the crowds have not yet caught on to this emerging city, and travellers can still have huge expanses of pristine beaches all to themselves.
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Bridgetown

Bridgetown

White beaches, turquoise waters, and lively nightlife – these are images Bridgetown, the capital of the Caribbean island of Barbados, likely conjures up in the minds of most. But Bridgetown is so much more: there's the colonial heritage – its entire downtown is on the UNESCO list, after all – lush forests right outside city limits and an abundance of local and international shopping options. An animated buzz sets in as the sun goes down, inviting one to join the famously laid-back and welcoming Bajans on a night out.
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Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos
Santiago, Chile

Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos

The Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos (Museum of Memory and Human Rights) illustrates General Augusto Pinochet's 17-year dictatorship over Chile that resulted in the murder of thousands of Chileans. The museum contributes to the reworking of the period between 1973 and 1990 and at the same time, honors the many victims of the Pinochet rule. It stands as a landmark for the creation of cultural awareness and educates about the terrors of dictatorship.
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Jenolan Caves
Blue Mountains, Australia

Jenolan Caves

Regarded as Australia’s most outstanding limestone caves, the Jenolan Caves are among the oldest cave systems in the world. Some 340 million years old, the Jenolan Caves feature pure underground rivers and amazing limestone crystal formations. Whether a first timer or skilled adventurer, your experienced guide will take you to the depths of the Earth. For those seeking a thrill, an adventure caving tour will see you squeeze, crawl and climb through winding ancient passageways with only your head lamp to light your way.
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Gap of Dunloe
Kerry, Ireland

Gap of Dunloe

A breathtaking passage between the MacGillicuddy's Reeks and the Purple Mountain, the Gap of Dunloe was formed 2 million years ago by glacial movements. The area lends itself to exciting activities such as hiking and climbing, cycling, boat tours, horse riding and pony and trap rides. Guided tour options are available. This is truly a magical place, with the route beginning at Kate Kearney's cottage, the home of a reputed witch, and just walking distance from "The Wishing Bridge".
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