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Ängelholm

Ängelholm

The idyllic coastal town of Ängelholm is a potters’ town with artistic creativity in abundance, stocked with art galleries, potteries and studios. In the centre of town, Hembygdsparken with its folk museum and mini zoo stocked with Scandinavian animals attracts visitors of all ages. Visit the exploratory railroad museum, Järnvägens Museum Ängelholm, and the Ängelholms Flygmuseum, dedicated to aviation, complete with a flight simulator. Furthermore, golfers will love our courses. With something for everyone, we are waiting to welcome you.
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Lübeck

Lübeck

Lübeck, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987, was one of the great mercantile cities in the Middle Ages. The Old Town island, surrounded by the river Trave and the canal, today still communicates the charm of a port. Travemünde is one of the most beautiful sea resorts of Europe which already in 1802 transformed the former fishing- and sailor village into a top address for bathers from near and far. The fascinating sailing Old-timer “Passat”, chugging deep-sea fishing boats and gigantic ferryboats can be admired on the Baltic Sea.
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Dubai Theme Parks
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dubai Theme Parks

Ready to roll? Dubai is a themepark playground with epic rides and attractions at IMG Worlds of Adventure and Dubai Parks and Resorts.
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Toulouse

Toulouse

Toulouse can only be evoked with emotion and excitement. The city seduces and amazes the visitor with its cultural dynamism and its youth shining a new light over an otherwise traditional and typically French town. It resolutely is a charming and vibrant city, where tourists and locals alike can enjoy a certain nonchalance, while following the river from one activity to the other. Tinted in pink and lighten up by the Southern sun, Toulouse is a true gem in the French province.
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Skydiving in Dubai - Wingsuits
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Skydiving in Dubai - Wingsuits

Skydiving in Dubai provides the ultimate thrill factor to every holiday. Incredible views and adrenaline-filled moments await. Ready to take that leap of faith?
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La Perle
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

La Perle

Dive in to the drama of a new theatrical masterpiece by Franco Dragone. Dubai's first resident show delights audiences night after night at Habtoor City.
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Råbocka och Havsbaden
Ängelholm, Sweden

Råbocka och Havsbaden

Sandy beach with shallow waters with sandbanks. On the beach there is a dune landscape, which towards land changes into beach heath and woods. Sandy beach with shallow waters with sandbanks. On the beach there is a dune landscape, which towards land changes into beach heath and woods. Lovely hollows behind the dunes - perfect for sunbathing. Toilets, shower, barbecue place, restaurants, camping site, group of chalets for hire and B & B. At Klitterhus there is a 100 m long bathing jetty with a handicap ramp. Beach guards.
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Ketchum, Idaho

Ketchum, Idaho

Today, people still flock to Ketchum and Sun Valley both to relax and to seek adventure. Sun Valley is home to one of the country's most famous ski resorts, and Ketchum is considered the gateway to the Sun Valley Resort and the Sawtooth Recreation Area. Ketchum is also located close to the natural wonders of Big Wood River and parts of the Boise, Challis and Sawtooth National forests, thus providing visitors with a multitude of opportunities for fishing, hiking and trail riding.
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Café Niederegger
Lübeck, Germany

Café Niederegger

Marzipan's triumphal march began in Lübeck. The factory - still headquartered in Lübeck - was established by Georg Niederegger (1777 - 1856) and is still owned by the Niederegger family. Directly opposite the Town Hall in the heart of the Old Town is the famous Café Niederegger with the marzipan salon. The history of the "harem confectionery" can be found on the second floor and takes the visitor back through the centuries tracing the origins of the almond speciality on its long journey from the orient to Lübeck.
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Barcelona

Barcelona

Fanciful architecture and hip restaurants have come together with the sunny Spanish climate and beaches. This has transformed Barcelona in just a few decades from a rough port city to one of Europe’s—if not the world’s—premier destinations. Stroll along La Rambla, admire the Casa Calvet’s façade or the Casa Mila designed by Gaudi, visit the Market of la Boqueria or shop at El Corte Inglés, and sample some of the many bars, cafés and late night haunts while you’re at it.
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