Madrid, Capital of Spain

Madrid is the political and financial center of Spain. That’s where the Cortes, the Senate and the Royal Family, and the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza. With a population of over three million, Madrid is the fourth largest city in Europe (after London , Paris and Milan ) and also higher capital, 650m above sea level. Thanks to its fun-loving and 2,800 hours of sunshine a year, the streets of

Zagreb, Capital of Croatia

Central European in appearance and in spirit, Zagreb still retains the influence of Vienna and Budapest with which he has been associated for so many centuries, unlike the environment of coastal populations have been under the influence of Venice . The capital of Croatia , Zagreb, has nearly 1 million inhabitants (a quarter of the nation) and is the economic, industrial and administrative center of the country. The city was

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

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

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

Bratislava, Capital of Slovakia

Only 60 km (37 miles) from Vienna , Bratislava is in all respects an “old” European city, has a beautifully reconstructed Old Town (Stare Mesto) and Hapsburg Baroque architecture, which helps counteract the communist legacy city. Its location on the border with Austria and its proximity to Hungary and the Czech Republic has a direct relationship with its turbulent political past, but like other cities where different cultures converge, Bratislava

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

Barcelona, Spain – Capital City Of Catalonia

Several decades ago, Barcelona was not on the list of most visited cities in Spain. However, that was once a decayed industrial center, with little to offer, has undergone a dramatic transformation that culminated in the celebration of the Olympic Games in 1992. Through this event, Barcelona benefited from significant investments to improve city.       Since then it has become the mecca of the best architects in the

Los Angeles, California – City of Angels

Days of sun and beach on Pacific and glamor in Hollywood with spectacular mountain backdrop, Los Angeles has many reasons to visit. Fascinating, seductive and, for many, overwhelming, if you know your way around it.     Los Angeles, the second largest city in the United States after New York , extending along the Pacific coast of southern California. Your occupies 122 km coastline from Malibu to Long Beach, while

Ljubljana, Capital and Largest City of Slovenia

Ljubljana is a European city that has been long forgotten, but the vibrant capital of Slovenia is trying to catch up after the country’s accession to the European Union in 2004, the year he also started flying the airlines, inviting tourists to discover one of the most charming capitals of the continent. In recent years, the odd newspaper has called Ljubljana as the “New Prague”, it is true that at