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Santiago de Compostela, Spain Travel Guide

One of the most beautiful cities in Spain , Santiago de Compostela has always been a popular destination it is not surprising that there the world’s oldest hotel, is located Hostal dos Reis Catolicos . The city also appears in the first travel guide from history, the Codex Calixtinus the twelfth century, which details the famous pilgrimage route, the Camino de Santiago. The importance of the city in the history

San Diego, California – City of Hope

Sun, surf and a great location are the elements that most visitors identify with San Diego. Located at the northern tip of the coast of California, the city enjoys sun throughout the year and a temperate climate during the winter. Most visitors to the city are attracted by good weather and experience life in this Californian paradise. Surrounded by sandy peninsulas (the locals describe as “islands”), San Diego is a

Seville, Spain Travel Guide

If you are looking for flamenco, fiestas, tapas and bullfighting and dierentes an impressive display of architectural styles, here are his best plays. Romantic, fanciful, mysterious and passionate, these are the adjectives that have always been used to describe Seville. Although it is also said to be wild (for its bullfighting and flamenco tradition sense), reserved, striking and insular. This is the city, a set of clear contrasts in any

San Francisco, California – USA

San Francisco was called Yerba Buena, and was a Spanish fishing village with a population of 40 inhabitants. At the tip of a peninsula of 120 km ² (bounded on the west by the Pacific Ocean, on the north by the Strait Golden Gate and north-east by the Bay), the area consists of more than a dozen steep slopes. About 75 years later, when the West Coast region became U.S.

Orlando, Florida – USA

No doubt that Orlando is a city built theme-based parks tens of them. Until 1966, the center of Florida was pretty deserted, but this changed dramatically with the constant flow of tourists that caused the arrival of Walt Disney World. since the construction of the Magic Kingdom, which opened in 1971, Disney has added three theme parks Moreover, two water parks, shops, hotels and golf courses.       Taking

Santa Fe, New Mexico – USA

With a name of religious connotations, Santa Fe is considered as one of the most loyal cities across America. More than 60,000 residents have moved to Santa Fe, from other places with the intention to dive into the art world of the city and enjoy the mystical and spiritual environment of New Mexico. Some people confuse Santa Fe with a simple paradise for purchases, since many visitors have left enough

Tallinn, The Capital of Estonia

Tallinn Old Town has a dream that even Disney executives could imagine. Its historic center has fine examples of Baroque architecture in the form hermosísimas medieval cobbled streets, castles and spiers of churches. The capital of Estonia , located on the northeast corner of Europe , the Baltic Sea, is rightly regarded as the “New Prague”.       Until 1991, Tallinn was subject to Soviet rule, but since independence

Helsinki, Finland – City of Design

If the shape of Finland recalls a woman with long skirt with his right arm punching the air, his right leg would Helsinki. Affectionately known as the “Daughter of the Baltic”, the city sits at the tip of a peninsula surrounded by an archipelago of 315 islands, Stockholm and Moscow, the two main shopping centers in the area.     town’s population approaches the half a million and the tallest

Paris City of Love and Lights, Capital of France

Paris is the city of a thousand clichés and any of them meets and exceeds the expectations of tourists. Parisians, meanwhile, are fortunate enough to enjoy 365 days a year. Despite its large size and population, everything worth to be visited is located within the ring of Parisian Boulevard Périphérique . The center of Paris is quite compact, and can be visited on foot or using the efficient and extensive

New Delhi, Capital of India

Delhi is a city incomprehensible in every way. Extends uncontrolled over a vast expanse of the plain of river Jamuna. With over 20 million inhabitants, and high levels of poverty pollution pose a challenge to the senses of the most experienced traveler. Those who are able to see beyond the misery, the chaotic traffic, pollution and constant requests and complaints from beggars and scammers will find historical, architectural and culinary