Sudan, Africa’s hidden beauty

Sudan is the largest, yet one of the least visited, countries in Africa. Although various ongoing conflicts mean much of this vast nation remains off limits, travel is possible in the northeast, and in parts of the south. Much of the Middle East and Africa has a reputation for warmth and hospitality but Sudan is
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Karachi, which was once the prehistoric humble abode of Sindhi fishermen, is now a roaring urban economy that sustains the country with its large seaports. Always up and running, the streets of Karachi are a cacophony of colourful buses, impatient people and the infectious energy of its daily hustle. But there are any attractions here
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Situated at the height of 2200 m, Shimla is one of the most eminent tourist destinations in the country. Set amidst beautiful hills and mystical woods, Shimla is one of most aesthetically planned cities in India. The erstwhile summer capital of British India, this town’s captivating natural beauty, and the atmosphere are bound to leave
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Muscat has always been a major port in the Gulf of Oman. This city has served as an integral trading link between the east and the west and Muscat is influential widely. Mucat is the capital of Oman and remains an extremely important city to the governorate of Oman. In fact it is the largest
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A large city by Finnish standards, with more than 200,000 inhabitants, Tampere has managed to keep the small town feel. The city centre is compact in size, and the atmosphere is friendly and casual. The city is located on a scenic spot on a narrow isthmus between two great lakes, Nasi and Pyha. Tammerkoski the
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A large city by Finnish standards, with more than 200,000 inhabitants, Tampere has managed to keep the small town feel. The city centre is compact in size, and the atmosphere is friendly and casual. The city is located on a scenic spot on a narrow isthmus between two great lakes, Nasi and Pyha. Tammerkoski the
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Warsaw is a city which is altogether different from any of the other cities of Poland. Rather than being centred on an old market square, the capital is spread across a broad area with diverse architecture restored Gothic, communist concrete, modern glass and steel. Warsaw is notable among Europe’s capital cities not for its size,
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Taipei is a unique global city where traditions, culture and innovations seem to co-exist in perfect harmony. Compared to other Asian cities, the warm & hospitable nature of Taiwanese makes exploring Taipei so much easier. Time can be a challenge when trying to experience the multiple facade of Taipei from the lively street-food scene, rowdy
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Perth is one of the planet’s most isolated capital cities, yet this sun-soaked capital of Western Australia defies its remote location by boldly flaunting its riches – and there are many, both natural and material. A gorgeous setting astride the winding Swan River, with a string of pearly beaches nearby, provides the perfect playground for
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Colmar endearing county of France lies 560km west from Paris. Nestled among vineyards, its traditional houses, canals, floral displays, amazing cuisine, famous wines and charming accommodation make Colmar an outstanding microcosm of Alsace showcasing its lifestyle, conviviality and hospitality which are the key features of its unique, exceptional welcome. The capital of the Alsacian wines,
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