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Biarritz

Biarritz

They all used to come here, from Napoleon III to Frank Sinatra – Biarritz used to be the Monte Carlo of the Atlantic coast but with time, the glamour faded. Thanks to windsurfing and other water sports, however, the city has rejuvenated. It now is the perfect destination for a relaxing weekend break, and there is no need to rush: the city is fairly small and you can easily see everything even on a short visit. One thing worth to set aside time for is the morning market in Les Halles: try the city’s own mamia, fresh sheep’s milk curd.
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Rangeley, Maine

Rangeley, Maine

The state of Maine sets its own pace in the otherwise bustling New England. With an eased temperament that stems from lakefront breezes and whispering forests, the town of Rangeley does not stray from its state’s tempo. As "Maine's Four Season Playground," the town boasts Lake Mooselookmeguntic, which provides fodder for lovers of the outdoors looking to fish, boat, kayak and explore. Rangeley also transforms into a wonderland for skiing and snowboarding come winter.
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Innsbruck

Innsbruck

A well preserved, colonnaded medieaval old town with its world renowned Golden Roof. Right next to this there's a brightly coloured, sparkling imperial palace, the Hofburg - baroque and monumental. A stone’s throw away is the Hofkirche, a court church containing larger-than-life bronze statues, the Schwarze Mander, standing guard around the (empty) tomb of Emperor Maximilian I., a truly breath-taking sight and unique in Europe. High above this superb architecture towers the Nordkette, a magnificent mountain range between 2300 and 2500 m.
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Aquaventure - Atlantis
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Aquaventure - Atlantis

Splash into Aquaventure Waterpark before exploring the underwater world of Atlantis' Ambassador Lagoon.
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Sheikh Zayed Road Time-lapse
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Sheikh Zayed Road Time-lapse

See how Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai's main arterial highway, presents iconic silhouettes across the city.
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Sylt

Sylt

Sylt has long been a playground for Germany’s rich and famous, and is called the "German Hamptons" for good reason. Pronounced "Zoolt," Sylt is a surreally beautiful, 25-mile long island on Germany’s North Sea coast, that has one of the longest unbroken stretches of immaculate sandy beach in all of Europe. Sylt is famous for its invigorating sea air and sense of space. This summer enjoy magnificent vistas of the sparkling sea, huge sand dunes and endless fields of bright-yellow flowering rape!
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NYE In Dubai
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

NYE In Dubai

New Year's Eve in Dubai is a celebration like no other. From grand fireworks to non-stop parties, you'll want to be in this city for the next countdown.
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Melbourne

Melbourne

Melbourne is an artistic powerhouse with a vibrant and multicultural soul. Nicknamed "Paris of the southern hemisphere," Melbourne is not only known to be Australia’s cultural hot-spot, but is also famous for its major sporting events and its culinary delights from all across the world. With its high-rise city centre and far-reaching suburbs, it is hard not to be dragged in by the life of the capital of Victoria, but day trips to the wild nature of the state are also extremely attractive.
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Maribor

Maribor

Despite being Slovenia’s second largest city, Maribor has the charm of a small town where nature and city live in close proximity. Embraced on all sides by lush green hills which in winter turn white and are excellent for skiing, forests and vineyards, most within an easy walk from the centre, you can sample the cafes and restaurants and stroll through the vibrant streets of the old town. But the nearby hills are a constant reminder that nature is just a few steps away and a whole world of leisure awaits you.
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Therasia (Thirasia)
Santorini, Greece

Therasia (Thirasia)

Therasia is one of Santorini's islands formed by volcanic activity. Its white-washed houses and volcanic soil resemble its bigger sister, though it certainly differs in many other aspects. With its 300 residents, Therasia is what the old and unspoiled Santorini might have looked, maintaining the original allure of a fishing village. You can choose to book an organized boat trip that departs from any village, or opt for a cheaper solution and take the ferry that runs five times a week from Amundi to Korfos and Riva, Therasia's ports.
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Plateau de l’Atalaye
Biarritz, France

Plateau de l’Atalaye

The views of the Atlantic waves crashing over the cliffs below are dramatic. This is where the whale watchers would have been on the lookout, at a small building called cloche d'Alarme. A statue of the Virgin Mary, raised in 1865, perches on one of the cliffs that can be reached via a bridge. Nearby is also the quaint Place Sainte-Eugénie and the old fishing port Port des Pêcheurs. Talk a casual walk around and do not forget to pass the park Esplanade de la vierge or the local aquarium close by.
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