Europe

Copenhagen, Capital and Most Populated City of Denmark

The canals, lakes and the sea form the backdrop to modern Copenhagen and are witnesses of the port city’s past as a major Baltic enclave. This also is reflected in the name of the city, København , a corruption of købmanne hafen or merchant port.       The foundation of the city dates from 1167, when Bishop Absalon built a stronghold on the island of Slotsholmen today enclave Christiansborg Palace and the Danish parliament. In 1417 the city became

North America

Las Vegas, CA – Sin City

Few cities evoke images of sheer excess as Las Vegas. Located in the middle of the arid Mojave Desert, at the southern tip of Nevada, Las Vegas is an oasis of life, energy and money, a city whose raison d’être is entertainment. With very warm temperatures during summer and moderate winters, the city is visited throughout the year.     Despite having just over one million inhabitants, the airport is the ninth busiest in the world and its facilities spend

Asia & Oceania

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

It is hard to believe that Dubai today a major tourist destination and one of the major players in the global economy, was less than a century little more than a desert wasteland, home to Bedouins and a group of settlers around the creek, a natural seawater inlet that currently occupies the center of the city. At the time when Europe was embarking on WWI, Dubai did not even running water or roads and the main mode of transportation was

Beaches & Islands

Havana, Capital of Cuba

Cuba is not only the largest Caribbean island, but also the most diverse in terms of landscape and culture is concerned. Condition Communist Cuba has always bothered the U.S. But Cuba has nothing to do with the former communist states of Eastern Europe. Cuba is full of color and life and its capital Havana is good representation of it. Havana always conjures up images of dark women, cigar smoke, revolution and passion. Today, the fever of revolution has already faded

Tourist Attractions

New York, USA – World Financial Center

New York is a city of superlatives. In addition to world financial center and shopping mecca, boasts renowned restaurants, architectural masterpieces and museums and galleries that make it one of the largest cultural centers in the world.       The epicenter of New York life has been and is still largely the island of Manhattan, which is surrounded by four distinct districts, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island, all with their own character and attractions.      

Central & South America

Havana, Capital of Cuba

Cuba is not only the largest Caribbean island, but also the most diverse in terms of landscape and culture is concerned. Condition Communist Cuba has always bothered the U.S. But Cuba has nothing to do with the former communist states of Eastern Europe. Cuba is full of color and life and its capital Havana is good representation of it. Havana always conjures up images of dark women, cigar smoke, revolution and passion. Today, the fever of revolution has already faded

Africa

Abu Simbel Temples – Egypt

Around Nubia, especially southern Egypt, there is a tourist complex that should be visited. On that sandy soil, stands two massive rock temples named Abu Simbel. Other note to find it is around a western bank of Lake Nasser, average 230 km southwest of Aswan. One reason you should come there is that Abu Simbel constitute one of UNESCO World Heritage Site with another calls as “Nubian Monument”.