Rome

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Rome

Rome was the capital of a vast empire, not for nothing is called caput mundi. Famous throughout the world for its legendary history, the Italian capital has always been one of the most visited tourist destinations. Inside is the State of the Vatican, the Pope's official seat is in the center of the Italian peninsula, about 20 km from the Tyrrhenian Sea, it is crossed by the Tiber river and enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Legend has it that it was founded by Romulus and Remus in 753 BC, and the two brothers were abandoned and a wolf (the symbol of Rome) nursed them and they grew. But in addition to history, Rome also offers fun, fashion, art and culture.

 

Berlin

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Berlin

Berlin, capital of Germany, is located in the west of the country and is traversed by two rivers, the Spree and Havel. Berlin's history begins with the incorporation of two villages: Cölln, founded on an island in the River Spree and Berlin, on the banks of the same river. After losing two world wars, having suffered a severe economic crisis and a dictatorship, Berlin has experienced a lively process of reconstruction after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Today, with more than four million inhabitants, is one of the most important cities in Europe. Dynamic and constantly changing, it has become a tourist destination of fashion, for the great offer for leisure and culture, with more than 150 theaters and auditoriums and approximately 170 museums, and amusement, for its lively nightlife and events such as the International Film Festival.

 

 

Oslo

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Oslo

Capital of Norway, the Court residence and seat of government, enjoys a wonderful location in the Oslofjord, which opens the Skagerrak over a length of 100 km, free throughout the year by ice.

The town is surrounded by green hills, lakes and forests, inhabited by animals and colorful flowers.
Oslo collects about 13% of the Norwegian population and, in addition to the large port, includes mechanical engineering and shipbuilding. The presence of academies, universities and several museums contribute to the vibrant cultural atmosphere of the city.

What to visit

Karl Johansgate, the Stortorget (the largest market), the Cathedral, the Studenterlunden, the Storting (Parliament), Nationaltheatret, the Radhus, the Universitet (the Aula Magna painted by Munch), the SlottParken, the Konige Slott (the Royal Palace), Old Aker Kirke, Frognrparken (one of the most beautiful parks in the whole of Scandinavia), Vikingskipene.

Several museums: Historik Museum, Nasjonalgalleriet (with masterpieces by Munch), Kunstindustrimuseet, Munch Museum.

 

Sydney

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Sydney

The modern history of Sydney, the main cities of Australia begins with the landing of James Cook in 1770 by the legendary "Endeavour" and the arrival of the first European settlers, especially at the beginning deported from English prisons, even if they lived here already for centuries the aboriginal tribes.
Rich in culture, entertainment and picturesque nature, Sydney is the ideal destination for a trip asks everything from the excitement of surfing walks between koalas and kangaroos in the many city parks, museums of world importance such as 'Australian Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, the picturesque view of the harbor and the famous Opera House to the fun of a multicultural city that lives 24 hours 24.

 

Cape Town

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Cape Town

Cape Town is the legislative capital of South Africa and the oldest city in the country, founded in 1652 on the shores of the Cape of Good Hope as a supply point for the ships of the Dutch East India Company. Historically it was also the first European settlement in Africa.

Dominated by the majestic Table Mountain, from whose flat top you can enjoy a splendid view (you can also go by cable car), the peninsula has the most beautiful beaches of South Africa (above all, Clifton and Camps Bay) and lush vegetation.

Cape Town is an intriguing mix of Europe and Africa, but it has its own identity. In recent years there has been a great development of tourism and trade, which saw the birth of the Waterfront, the lively harbor area, completely renovated and became the hub of city life.

The most popular time for visitors is the summer, from October to March, from August to November, you can spot whales and dolphins up close.



What to visit

The Castle of Good Hope was built in 1666 and is one of the oldest European fort in Africa.
The South African Museum has reconstructions of dinosaurs and a large collection of natural history.
The area of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront (with a new aquarium) is a tourist attraction irresistible.

The main districts of Cape Town (information from Wikipedia, under Cape Town):

Adderley: on this road, which passes through the upper part of the city from north to south, through the botanical gardens Company's Gardens, overlooking most of the museums and many historical buildings.

Central: the area of the Central develops around St. George's Mall and is full of shopping malls and offices.

Bo-Kaap: the Bo-Kaap Malay Quarter, which stretches from the slopes of Signal Hill, is characterized by a number of mosques and low houses of the early nineteenth century, painted in bright colors.

Waterfront: the dock of the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the city, there is a maritime museum and the Two Oceans Aquarium, where you can admire the marine life of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.

Observatory: Located in the south of the city, this district is the cultural heart of Cape Town, frequented by artists and students. It is close to campuses Groote Schurr, where Barnard carried out the first heart transplant in the world.

Kirstenbosch: Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, located on the east side of Table Mountain, is a green area of 530 hectares. In this garden are cultivated almost 10,000 species of plants.

Constantia is the most exclusive area of the city. Alternate villas (some of which are added to the museum) and vineyards.

The township: are the poor neighborhoods where they live the blacks remained at the margins of society. The townships of Cape Town is located in the area of the Cape Flats. Khayelitsha, Guguletu, Mitchell's Plain, Athlone and Atlantis are the suburbs where there are public housing and elsewhere in the Flats extend the so-called squatter camps, the slum

 

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