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New York, New YorkNew YorkNew YorkOne of the most exciting and FREE things to do in New York City: watch the sun set over Manhattan from Brooklyn. More things to do in NYC when...Positano, ItalyPositanoItalyPositano, was a charm. It might be too touristy for some – the town feels like an open-air women clothing shopping center – but it has incredible...Ribeira Square, Porto, PortugalRibeira SquarePorto, PortugalThe most traditional neighborhood of the city is Ribeira right next to the river Douro. Bearing World Heritage status, it’s easy to fall in love...Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab EmiratesBurj Al Arab JumeirahDubai, United Arab EmiratesIn a city surrounded by desert and which such impressive skyscraper jungle, it’s not hard to imagine sunsets can be quite of a view. Make sure you...Mostar, Bosnia and HerzegovinaMostarBosnia and HerzegovinaI felt like a child given candy when I got to see the bridge for the first time. It’s beautiful and charismatic. Still, what surprised me the most...Reichstag Building, Berlin, GermanyReichstag BuildingBerlin, GermanyProbably the coolest Parliament building in the world, Reichstag is a giant glass dome open for visitors enjoy the amazing views over Berlin. It's...Sultanahmet Camii (Blue Mosque), Istanbul, TurkeySultanahmet Camii (Blue Mosque)Istanbul, TurkeyStanding next to Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque – name given for the blue tiles decorating its interior – is one of Istanbul’s most striking images. It...Süleymaniye Cami, Istanbul, TurkeySüleymaniye CamiIstanbul, TurkeyLocated in the third hill of Istanbul, Suleymaniye is the largest mosque in the city. Surprisingly, is also less crowded than Blue Mosque and it...Prague, Czech RepublicPragueCzech RepublicPrague is just a set of real-sized dollhouses. #prague #architecture #czechrepublic #colorful #UrbanJungleMonasterio de Pedralbes, Barcelona, SpainMonasterio de PedralbesBarcelona, SpainIf you seek some peace in a crowded and busy city like Barcelona, this is it. Founded in 1326 (!), this monastery is one of the best examples of...Ghent, BelgiumGhentBelgiumHard not to love Ghent even in a rainy and very chilly day like today! In the picture there's St. Nicholas church on mist. #ghent #gent #belgium...La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, SpainLa Sagrada FamiliaBarcelona, SpainThere are some places that completely distort the concept of "beautiful" and should DEFINITELY be part of oyour bucket list, as tourist as they may...Coca-Cola London Eye, London, EnglandCoca-Cola London EyeLondon, EnglandI get that it’s cool and good-looking monument, but man it’s 26GBP! I can feed myself for two days with that amount of money. Having that said and...Natural History Museum, London, EnglandNatural History MuseumLondon, EnglandOne thing I loved about London was the huge amount of ice rinks scattered by the city, the majority of them strategically placed within the urban...Park Güell, Barcelona, SpainPark GüellBarcelona, SpainAmazing architecture at Parc Güell. Gaudi was a genius.Eixample, Barcelona, SpainEixampleBarcelona, SpainIf you open a tourist guide of this city or google “Barcelona”, one of the first references you will find is Gaudi, the figure of reference of the...Agbar Tower, Barcelona, SpainAgbar TowerBarcelona, SpainChallenging Sagrada Familia for the title of highest building in the city, Torre Agbar stands next to the Glóries square. It is a ordinary office...St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican CitySt. Peter's BasilicaVatican CityI’ll put it this way: St Peter’s Basilica is the most beautiful church I have been to. Period. The inside is astounding and the atmosphere inside...St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican CitySt. Peter's BasilicaVatican CityPerspective on the chandelier beneath the arcade in Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City, For more on Vatican City:...Vatican Museums, Vatican CityVatican MuseumsVatican CityMy favourite room in the Vatican Museums was the Gallery of Maps. A 100m corridor having map after map sewn into some fine fabrics, with incredible...
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