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Rome, located in the central-western part of Italy near the Tiber River, is the capital of Italy and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. It is chock full of historical sights, gorgeous landmarks, and fun places to explore, so make sure to have a well-researched itinerary before you leave. Otherwise, you’ll be left with too many places to see with too little time!
The first and most important Roman attraction is its architecture. From the Colosseum to the Roman Forum, history buffs and casual observers alike will be mesmerized by the air of history and the interesting...continue reading »
Anyone who loves travelling has been to Paris at least once. This magical city, affectionately known as ‘The City of Light’, is the capital of France and a very popular tourist destination. People with all kinds of interests visit Paris because this city truly has it all. Fashion, art, literature, history, football, music, partying — you name it, and Paris has it.
Whether you’re a fashion student or just a casual observer, there’s no denying Paris’s role as the epicentre of all fashion. Most of the big names in today’s fashion, such as Louboutin, Chanel and Louis Vuitton, all boast French...continue reading »
The Centre Pompidou
Cathédrale Notre-dame De Paris
London is the capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom. The city stands on the River Thames in the south-east of England, at the head of its 50-mile estuary leading to the North Sea. London has been a major settlement for two millennia. Londinium was founded by the Romans.Wikipedia
The British Museum
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Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington. It is also one of the most popular ones, with a considerable influence on pop culture and a huge millennial fan base. Whether you know the city because of pictures of the Space Needle that you’ve seen online or because of its massive music scene, the fact remains: You need to visit the Emerald City at least once in your life.
The Seattle cuisine is heavily influenced by seafood, which is why you have to try the salmon and shellfish while there. In addition, teriyaki, the tasty Japanese dish, enjoys a...continue reading »
Pike Place Market
Woodland Park Zoo
Singapore is a tiny country located in Southeast Asia which is a popular tourist destination worldwide. This city-state is home to quite a diverse population of people who will definitely give you a lot to see and explore.
Singapore is quite a concrete jungle because of its rapid development and small size. However, you’ll be quite happy to note that Singaporeans are rather fond of gardens — so much that you’ll see gardens tucked between two buildings on a busy road. Gardens By The Bay is a huge garden by the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and is one of the most-visited...continue reading »
Jurong Bird Park
Asian Civilisations Museum
Located near Tokyo Bay in Japan, Tokyo is the capital of Japan and the most populous city in the world. While some may find it's crowded excitement a little too much, most tourists enjoy getting lost in the crowds of people on its busy roads.
Forget Times Square because Shibuya Crossing is the busiest intersection in the world. With glittering billboards staring down at everyone from the surrounding buildings and salespeople, tourists, locals, and businesspeople mixing on the pedestrian crossings, the hustle, and bustle of life is a sight to see here.
In addition to wrestling the crowds, there are so many...continue reading »
Tokyo National Museum
Sydney, one of the most populated cities in Australia and the capital of New South Wales, is a fun place to visit for a lighthearted holiday. Like most modern cities, it has everything you’ll need to relax, let loose, and have a lot of fun on your well-earned holiday.
The greatest thing about Australia is the beaches, and Sydney is no different. Bondi Beach is the most popular with its circular green space, tan sand, and splashing azure waves. However, there are plenty of places for you to tan, surf, play volleyball and swim in and around Sydney.
If you’re an architecture...continue reading »
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Taronga Zoo Sydney
Sydney Opera House
Toronto, the capital of Ontario in Canada, is a mishmash of different cultures and a must-see for art and history lovers. What you’ll love about this fun-filled city is that there’s something to see on every street corner. Whether it is a museum, a theater, a cafe, or a trendy restaurant, there’s no end to the experiences you can have in Toronto.
Niagara Falls is the most breathtaking sight in all of Toronto and deserves all of its hype. Located between Ontario and the state of New York, this trio of waterfalls is a sight to see. Visible from boat tours...continue reading »
Royal Ontario Museum
Situated in Northern California along the West Coast of the United States, San Francisco is a must-see tourist destination for all the people visiting California. With its abundance of natural parks, museums, and historical sites, there is no shortage of things to do in San Francisco. It is a melting pot of different art forms, ethnic groups, and cultures, made evident by the shops and stores that you’ll see gracing Pier 39, Ghirardelli Square, and Chinatown.
Most people know San Francisco as the city of the Golden Gate Bridge. The iconic orange bridge suspended over the blue waters of the San...continue reading »
Cartoon Art Museum
Golden Gate Bridge
Chicago, the city bordering Lake Michigan in northeastern Illinois, isn’t your typical run-of-the-mill metropolis. It’s home to many innovators and great thinkers, which is something you’ll see reflected in its local art and environment.
While it’s the parks that Chicago is most famous for, it’s the skyscrapers that first draw your attention to this city. If you’re interested in modern architecture, you should definitely visit Chicago. Its slew of close-knitted skyscrapers will definitely impress you with its concrete jungle vibe. You’ll be surprised to learn that Chicago started the modern architecture movement with the first skyscraper in the world — the...continue reading »