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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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Byron Bay

Byron Bay

From World Heritage rainforest to sparkling beaches, the Byron Bay region on the NSW North Coast is full of natural wonders. The Aboriginal Arakwal people call it Cavvanbah - the meeting place. The area is also famous for its surf culture, alternative philosophies, organic food and outdoor adventures. Byron Bay's natural attractions are impeccable - humpback whales cruise past the headland, dolphins frolic in the bay and storms create rainbows on the mountains. People from all walks of life meet here, drawn by Byron Bay's vibrant energy.
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Places4You – Walderlebnispfad
Heidelberg, Germany

Places4You – Walderlebnispfad

Walderlebnispfad
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Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh

Situated at the crossroads of three great rivers – the Mekong, Tonle Sap, and Bassac – Phnom Penh is the heart of a country steeped in tradition, overflowing with rice paddies, jungles, and rural communities. Once a sleepy backwater, Phnom Penh now buzzes with commercial activity as the country develops after years of isolation. Old French colonial mansions stand alongside newly emerging designs, which make the city’s mixed architecture and communities fascinating to explore.
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Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Lake Havasu City is well known as a stomping ground for parties and the Spring Break community comes second to the wondrous, natural grandeur of the area. The world famous London Bridge is the town’s biggest attraction, along with all of the lake’s waterfront activities. Fishing, boating, swimming, and a wealth of other aquatic excursions are always in season. The numerous hills and mountainsides are a haven for hikers and explorers and Lake Havasu City itself is a haven for anyone with a heart for adventure.
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Split

Split

The coastline of the Atlantic Sea cradles the elegance of the historical city of Split. Chosen by the Roman emperor Diocletian as his city of residence, Split accommodates his Palace, an over 1700 years old giant that comprehends an intricate complex of quaint alleys and square. Due to its vastness and impressively excellent conservation, the ancient colossus can be referred to as a city within a city. While the charm of the city's historical sites captivates the multitude of holiday-makers who flock to Split throughout the hot Croatian summer, the unspoiled nature and crystalline waters just make them fall in love. The people of Split claim that their city is "the most beautiful one in the world and beyond," and the well spirited Split aims to convince you of this! The city is full of life and soul, and the friendly local people of Split are waiting to welcome you with open arms. Only a few cities in the world can offer such variety of entertainment and excursions in their closest surroundings as Split.
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Cottage
Heidelberg, Germany

Cottage

Special gastronomic offer in an exceptional environment
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Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland

Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland

The Wild Atlantic Way is the world's longest and arguably most spectacular coastal driving route. Follow the rugged, winding coast line to discover otherworldly landscapes; coves and islands, beaches and bays, cliffs and villages. Get lost in the wilderness and raw beauty of this unique place. To make the most of your epic journey, follow our 30 point route beginning in the northernmost point of Ireland--Malin Head, Donegal--heading south through Mayo, Galway, Clare, and Kerry to Ireland's most southerly point: Mizen Head, Cork.
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Places4You Thingstätte
Heidelberg, Germany

Places4You Thingstätte

Thingstätte
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Florence

Florence

Florence, the regional capital of Tuscany, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy. It is acknowledged by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, and stepping onto its historic cobbles it is easy to see why. Cradled between the surrounding hills, the city hosts some of the most famous works of art on the planet and the whole of the city centre is packed with stunning palaces, churches and monuments. The surrounding countryside is well-known for its rolling hills and its wine, particularly the Chianti area between Siena and Florence.
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Havasu Landing Casino Lakeside Resort
Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Havasu Landing Casino Lakeside Resort

Lakeside views without the smog of a city: the Havasu Landing Casino has Vegas-level excitement with the freshness of clear Havasu waters. There are electronic slots on the main casino floor, as well as a card room for blackjack and three-card poker. Accessing the casino is done by way of the Tecopa ferry. The ferry departs from the London Bridge and lasts approximately 17 minutes. It’s also acceptable to access Havasu Landing via personal watercraft.
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Alhóndiga Bilbao
Bilbao, Spain

Alhóndiga Bilbao

This old warehouse has been renovated to become one of Bilbao's most vibrant cultural places. There are activities for everyone, from exhibitions to cinemas, kids’ activities, concerts, lectures and a library – the 43,000 square meter space has it all. If you get hungry during your visit, it provides several opportunities for a refreshment to your liking. In 2015, the building was renamed to Azkuna Zentroa in tribute to the late mayor of Bilbao Iñaki Azkuna, who changed the industrial Bilbao into a cultural masterpiece.
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Cappella Brancacci and Santa Maria del Carmine
Florence, Italy

Cappella Brancacci and Santa Maria del Carmine

The Brancacci Chapel is located in the Church of Santa Maria del Carmine. It is also known as "the Sistine Chapel of the early Renaissance" for its magnificent painting cycle by Masaccio, which inspired great artists as Michelangelo and Raffaello. Today its access is via the neighbouring convent, designed by Brunelleschi. Nevertheless, the church and the chapel are treated as separate places to visit, they even have different opening times.
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