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Malmö

Malmö

Sweden’s third-largest city Malmö in the south of Sweden is a symbol of cross-border diversity and a creative and inquisitive mini-metropolis. Starting as an industrial city, Malmö is now a knowledge hub, known for its environmental work. Here you find the Scandinavia's oldest renaissance castle close to the hip new sustainable district of Västra Hamnen. The Eurovision Song Contest 2013, the World Junior Hockey Championship 2014 and the IIHF World Championships 2015 show that Malmö is the place to be in terms of international events.
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Auckland

Auckland

The majestic "City of Sails" is surrounded by water, which defines its sparkling appeal. The magnificent harbour is reminiscent of other famous waterside cities, but with its own unique charm. Auckland has a rich maritime history, shaping its identity as a seafaring city. Auckland is relatively small geographically, which makes it a pleasure to explore on foot and with its dynamic population the city has more of a cosmopolitan, sophisticated feel to it and with an easy, friendly atmosphere.
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VisitBrabant - Safaripark de Beekse Bergen
Eindhoven & North Brabant, Netherlands

VisitBrabant - Safaripark de Beekse Bergen

According to ZooSite, Beekse Bergen is not only the Best Wildlife Animal Park in the Netherlands & Belgium, but in addition to the 1500 wild animals in the safari park it has a holiday park and a water playpark. Stay at the holiday park in some of the African-style accommodation and you will receive a FunCard which gives you access to the Safaripark Beekse Bergen and Speelland Beekse Bergen as well as to a number of other nature and sports attractions in Brabant. But Beekse Bergen is of course renowned for being the largest wildlife safari park in Benelux. The bus safari was recently awarded the ‘Best experience in Benelux’ and the elephant enclosure was named ‘Most attractive new enclosure’. Come and experience Africa, right in the middle of Brabant..!
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Nassau

Nassau

With a culture and natural landscape as vibrant as its history (it was once declared a “pirate republic” by infamous pirates Charles Vane, Calico Jack Rackham, "Blackbeard" Edward Teach, Anne Bonny, and Mary Read), Nassau is The Bahamas’ crown jewel. With a booming Downtown District, Nassau makes for some wonderful on-land entertainment. The beaches are its signature attraction, however, with the likes of Cable Beach at its helm. Turquoise waters boast the best clarity on the planet with a visibility of over 200 feet!
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VisitBrabant - The Efteling
Eindhoven & North Brabant, Netherlands

VisitBrabant - The Efteling

For the most enjoyable day in the Netherlands, you must visit the Efteling! In 2015, the spectacular new dive coaster ‘Baron 1898’ was added to the Efteling’s already impressive list of attractions, with a music composition by DJ Hardwell, born and raised in Breda. This hair-raising dive coaster promises to take you on a thundering 90 km/h trip to outrun the spirits before screeching to a halt again. Experience Aquanura, the third largest fountain show in the world. Four frogs transform the Vonderplas (lake) into a musical spectacle, featuring a soundtrack by Grammy Award winning, electronic dance music icon DJ Tiesto. Glide through the air in the ‘Droomvlucht’, discover the forbidden city in Fata Morgana and step into the magical city of Raveleijn. Here you land in the middle of a spectacular battlefield filled with fire and water special effects.
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Salzburg

Salzburg

Salzburg offers art, culture, historical and modern sights, thrilling events, living tradition, pleasure, relaxation and great food – and nearly all within walking distance. These are all part of the multitude of options open to holidaymakers in Salzburg that guarantee an unforgettable city break at this world cultural heritage site. The city of Salzburg is a stage for over 4000 cultural events every year and is home to around 20 baroque period churches. Salzburg was added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site list in 1997.
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VisitBrabant - Eindhoven
Eindhoven & North Brabant, Netherlands

VisitBrabant - Eindhoven

If you love design, going out and shopping, then the largest city in North Brabant, Eindhoven, is the place to be. It’s a vibrant and lively city bursting with energy with a constant flow of new developments in creativity, innovation and design. Excellent shopping and impressive architecture can be found in and around Eindhoven’s large covered shopping centre. In the old city centre, you will find a futuristic building called 'The Blob', designed by the Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas. The Van Abbemuseum is another must-do while visiting this city. Its distinctive architectural design, alongside its collection and exhibitions programme makes the Van Abbemuseum a unique place for modern and contemporary art. The exhibitions in De Kazerne are definitely worth a visit. Grab a bite and a drink and be inspired by the creative works of various artists. The setting will leave you speechless. For another uniquely industrial dining experience, try the Piet Hein Eek design restaurant, Radio Royaal or one of the other eateries in the former Philips factory in Eindhoven. The Strijp S, the nearby creative cultural heart of Eindhoven, is not to be missed during a visit to this City of Light. With acclaimed festivals like GLOW and Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven really is a must-visit!
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Seahorse Snorkel and Sailing Excursions
Nassau, Bahamas

Seahorse Snorkel and Sailing Excursions

Spend a wonderful morning or afternoon sailing, sunning, and snorkeling out to one of the nearby reefs along Spruce Cay or Athol Island. Complimentary water and snacks are available throughout the tour, while rum punch and a full bar are available after snorkeling. En route back to shore, relax with a drink, listen to Bahamian music, and enjoy sailing aboard a state-of-the-art catamaran. This 3–3 1/2 hour tour departs daily from either the Ferry Terminal or Cruise Ship Dock.
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Doha

Doha

Already well-known as a business travel destination, Doha, the capital of the State of Qatar, has emerged in recent years as a rapidly developing tourism destination as well. A modern country built on the deep cultural roots of its Bedouin heritage, Qatar presents visitors with a kaleidoscope of fascinating contrasts and experiences, from tranquillity of desert to lively alleys of souq, from impressive coastal fortresses to dramatic high-rise towers, deserted sandy beaches and mangrove lagoons to elegant residential districts and green parks.
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Mumbai

Mumbai

A city with well-known architectural beauties like the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel and the World One skyscraper set against the natural harbour of the Konkan coast, Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra, India. It has now become one of the biggest melting pots in the world, boasting an ever-increasing population that is attracted by both the sights and business opportunities available here. Seeing all it has to offer may seem like a daunting task, but you are sure to find something to your liking in this megalopolis.
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The Jelling Monuments
LEGOLAND Billund Resort, Denmark

The Jelling Monuments

Jelling is home to Europe’s finest Viking-Age monuments: Denmark’s two largest grave mounds and two runic stones erected by the kings Gorm the Old and Harald Bluetooth in the eighth century. In 1994, the royal monuments and Jelling Church came under the patronage of the UNESCO World Heritage List. The 10-meter northern mound, presumed to have been built by King Harald Bluetooth, contained a wooden burial chamber in which the king’s father, Gorm the Old, had been entombed. The 70-meter southern mound is not actually believed to have been a burial site. The church sits between the two mounds and has an underground burial chamber. The smaller of the two large rune stones in front of the church was erected around 940-50 AD by Gorm the Old in honour of his queen, Thyra. The runic inscription reads: “Gorm the Old made this monument in honour of his wife, Thyra, the flower of Denmark”. This is the oldest known reference to the name of the nation. The inscription on the larger of the two rune stones, erected by Harald Bluetooth, reads: “King Harald made this monument in honour of Gorm, his father, and Thyra, his mother. Harald who won Denmark – in entirety – and Norway and who brought Christianity to the Danes.” The two rune stones, together with the church and the two grave mounds, are evidence of the transition from paganism to Christianity in Denmark and the change from Norse burial traditions to those of Christian religious practice. The Royal Jelling visitor’s centre relates the inspiring story of the royal monuments, their origin and significance.
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Koldinghus
LEGOLAND Billund Resort, Denmark

Koldinghus

In the centre of Kolding lies Jutland’s last royal castle, Koldinghus. Enter this fascinating castle renovated respecting the history underlying the Koldinghus we know today. Here, Danish kings stayed when they visited Jutland, and King Christian. 4 had his first day of school in one of the castle halls. Koldinghus contains history and myths dating back to the mid-1200s. Today, Koldinghus serves as a modern museum that conveys culture and history for both children and adults. Here are activities for children that include both playing and learning. Koldinghus contains collections that include interiors from the 1500s and up to the present time, Romanesque and Gothic church culture, older Danish arts and crafts with an emphasis on ceramics and silver. The newly restored wings are a world-class attraction that has been awarded the EUROPA NOSTRA prize.
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Central Business District
Doha, Qatar

Central Business District

At the north western end of the Corniche is the main business district, which is noted for its spectacular high rise architecture. Among the prominent commercial buildings are the Qatar Financial Centre and new Doha Exhibition & Convention Centre, as well as the City Center-Doha and The Gate Mall. It is also home to several top hotels, including the Sheraton, Four Seasons, Kempinski, Hilton, Marriott Marquis, Movenpick and W Hotel. The central stretch of the Corniche offers a vista of green parks backed by a number of impressive public buildings.
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