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Scottsdale, Arizona

Described by the New York Times as “a desert version of Miami's South Beach,” Scottsdale is Arizona’s biggest hit. The city is rich in culture and natural grandeur. The Scottsdale Arts District lends to proud attractions of galleries, studios, and museums, while architectural majesties like Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West supplement the city’s Western heritage. Its position on the northern stretches of the Sonoran Desert and the McDowell Mountain Range makes the Scottsdale experience a spectacular one.
Bruges, Belgium

Red Bull in Bruges - What tourists don't see

In an amazing video, Australian athlete Dominic Di Tommaso showcases our beautiful city of Bruges from an unseen perspective. As a tourist, Bruges’ typical canal boats are the perfect way to discover the fabulous city from the inside. Well, you might want to reconsider. World-class freerunner Dominic Di Tommaso reveals this stunning piece of UNESCO World Heritage from a completely different perspective in the amazing video ‘What tourists don’t see’. On and across the roofs, towers, stepped gables and even the Belfry of Bruges, Dominic invites us on an athletic, jump- and flip-filled journey along the most beautiful spots of the inner city. Always on the move, freerunning in its purest form.

Seoul

Seoul is a city of contrasts in which the ancient and the modern harmoniously coexist. In one sense, it’s a hi-tech 21st-century city awash with neon lights and the sights and sounds of a 24 hour metropolis, while at the same time, a city retaining the majesty and graceful ambience of ancient dynasties that once ruled. Like the river Han on which it sits, Seoul is constantly moving as it strides boldly into the future, yet simultaneously managing to keep one foot firmly entrenched in its historical past.
Blekinge, Sweden

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Paddeling on Halen is being in the wild. Experience The Lake District in Blekinge.
Basel, Switzerland

Travel video of Basel

This video was created in cooperation with Travel Me Happy and Switzerland Tourism. We will take you through Basel and you will see many breathtaking places such as: The iconic Minster, the beautiful Rhine and the verious museums. Enjoy! #LoveBasel #BaselSwitzerland

Beirut

Beirut is the perfect destination for seasoned travellers: here, East and West intertwine in intricate and fascinating ways, creating a city so magnetic few are able to resist its powerful draw. It's certainly true that 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.
Santorini, Greece

Ancient Thera

Perched on the high rock formation Mesa Vouna, the ruins of Ancient Thera dominate Kamari and Perissa beach, dating back to the Hellenistic Era. The vantage location offers spectacular views of the island, and the cliff-top can be reached from Perissa on foot in approximately 4 hours. The historical site is characterized by a main street running through two agoras and the ruins of temples, houses and Roman baths, in a compact plethora of ancient buildings and valuable archaeological discoveries.
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Leavenworth, Washington

Leavenworth Golf Club

Leavenworth Golf Club has a 4 out of 5 star rating from "Golf Digest." It is one of the oldest courses in the Northwest and is perfectly located in Leavenworth and the Cascade Mountains and Wenatchee River. The course is perfect for novice golfers yet provides a challenge for the experienced. The par is 71 and the course covers 5,711 yards. Golf lessons are also available. Tee times vary based on weather and time of day; call ahead to reserve times.
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Xiamen, China

Ciji Palace of Qingjiao

This architecture temple, situated on a picturesque mountainous location, honors the Song Dynasty "medical saint, Wu Ben who was born in 979 A.D. just north of Xiamen. The tempel is used by the locals, a place where to pray which makes it a good place to observe the Chinese culture. To explore the big statue of Wu Ben you will need to climb the 800 stairs to the top but along the way notice the famous statues and dragons that decorates the stairs.
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