Colourful Cuba!

Cuba is an incredible place, with a seemingly endless list of places to visit and things to do, whether you’re interested in museums, quaint towns and villages, stunning landscapes, time-honored train rides, or just soaking up the island’s rich history. Here are some of the best to help you draw up your itinerary. Habana Vieja
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With hundreds of tropical islands, lush rainforests on the mainland, and an incredibly diverse landscape, it’s no wonder that Belize is rapidly becoming one of the hottest Caribbean destinations anywhere. Add to the mix ancient Maya ruins only recently reclaimed from the jungle, a diverse population renowned for its friendliness and hospitality, and some of
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City in Rajasthan Jodhpur is a city in the Thar Desert of the northwest Indian state of Rajasthan. Its 15th-century Mehrangarh Fort is a former palace that’s now a museum, displaying weapons, paintings and elaborate royal palanquins (sedan chairs). Set on on a rocky outcrop, the fort overlooks the walled city, where many buildings are
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Eco Tourism is progressively making a mark in Israel as tourists are flocking to the ancient civilisation to relish its bountiful natural retreats. Whether it is about staying in a converted eco-bus, being an eco-volunteer or enjoying a technology free, organic B&B offering alternative therapies, one can find a plethora of green tourism options in
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Situated at the point where the Duoro River meets the Atlantic Ocean in Northern Portugal, Porto has been a mercantile city since its earliest days as a Roman outpost. As one of Europe’s oldest cities, it boasts a wealth of cultural and historical attractions too, including a recently revamped medieval district bordering the scenic waterfront.
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Oslo in Norway is one of the world’s largest capitals in terms of area, but only 20 percent of this land mass has been developed – the remainder consists of parks, protected forests, hills, and hundreds of lakes. Parks and open spaces are an integral part of Oslo’s cityscape, and are easily accessible from almost
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Located more than 2,500 meters (8,000 feet) above sea level is Bogota, the high-altitude capital city of Colombia. Bogota is far larger than most people imagine, comparable in size to metropolises like New York City and Mexico City. Within Bogota, you’ll find plenty of fascinating sights. Monserrate The city of Bogota is dominated by a
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Surrounded by Estonia, Russia, Belarus, Lithuania and the Baltic Sea is the nation of Latvia. The country is a blend of urban sights, like the capital of Riga, and scenic landmarks. From waterfalls to national parks, Latvia offers great views and plenty of outdoor activities. Beaches, forests and medieval villages compete for your attention, and
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Step into Muscat, the capital of Oman and surround yourself with an Arabian Nights setting in a modern context with traditional houses, well-kept winding roads and low-lying buildings. Beauty seems to have found a new address in Muscat where modernity walks hand in hand with tradition, lending a unique idiom and flavor to the city.
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Miyajima Island, one of the most scenic spots in Japan, is regarded as an Island of Gods in the beautiful Seto Inland Sea. It’s a quaint little island located less than an hour away from the city center of Hiroshima. It is a romantic and historical island where Itsukushima Shrine, a World Heritage site, is
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