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Miami, Florida

One of the world’s most exotic places, full of energy, emotions, people, beautiful beaches, cocktails, hot ladies and men, Miami. Can’t imagine a better place for a vacation. Diversity is one of the most common things that makes this city so popular. Want to party and have an insane nightlife? Miami. Want to rest and enjoy the beautiful beaches? Miami. If you are ready for one in a lifetime experience, then this is the perfect place for you.

There is no way to describe you this city with words and pictures, it is a kind of city you must feel. You will surely enjoy the white sand beaches as you will free your mind and have a nice holiday. We can recommend you two hotels we are sure that are exclusive and luxurious, those are Hotel Urbano and Mandarin Oriental.

Miami has a lot of sights. The Art Deco Welcome Center (1001 Ocean Drive) is a good place to start, and no tour of the area would be complete without seeing the Marlin, Delano, National and Kent hotels in Collins Avenue, and the Crescent, Colony and Waldorf Towers hotels on Ocean Drive. Once you’re done with the Deco, stroll among the boutiques and cafes of Lincoln Road, Washington Avenue and Ocean Drive. It is the gateway to the Caribbean, as well as to Central and South America. There are a lot of tours and guides through the city that will gladly learn you about this destination. Have fun!
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Sydney

Sydney is the most populous city in Australia and it is located on Australia’s south-east coast of the Tasman Sea. We have already introduced you to the Sydney Opera House, but that is not the only beauty this city keeps. Learn About Australian lifestyle and culture, experience as much as you can and have fun.

Held every two years, the Biennale of Sydney is Australia’s largest free contemporary visual arts event, showcasing bold and innovative contemporary art from around the world. There are plenty surfing beaches where you can experience Sydney’s waves. Sydney’s beaches, Manly and Bondi are famous around the world, but there are other secret beaches to choose from as well as outdoor pools in idyllic locations. There’s a full calendar of exciting events in Sydney during Summer. Find out what’s on - the shows, musicals, free outdoor events and sports events.

Sydney hosts many different festivals and some of Australia’s largest social and cultural events. These include the Sydney Festival, Australia’s largest arts festival which is a celebration involving both indoor and free outdoor performances throughout January; the Biennale of Sydney dedicated to international and Australian contemporary art; the Big Day Out, a travelling rock-music festival which originated in Sydney; the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras along Oxford Street; the Sydney Film Festival and many other smaller film festivals such as the short film Tropfest and Flickerfest. Sculpture by the Sea, Australia’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibit, began at Bondi Beach in 1996. Come and visit feel this way of life.
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Townsville

If you are looking for a place that is so diverse that you can do whatever you want whenever you want, then visit Townsville. This city is located in Australia, and it fits into the beautiful coast of Queensland. It has so many attractions which are offering you to choose the type of a vacation you want to experience. There are many stuff you can experience such as the awe-inspiring Great Barrier Reef, World Heritage Wet Tropics rainforest to the dirt and dust of the Australian outback.

With frequent art exhibitions, concerts, expos, festivals, carnivals and sporting competitions, thousands of visitors come to Townsville each year to enjoy the best. Popular attractions include “The Strand”, a long tropical beach and garden strip; Riverway, a riverfront parkland attraction located on the banks of Ross River; Reef HQ, a large tropical aquarium holding many of the Great Barrier Reef’s native flora and fauna; the Museum of Tropical Queensland, built around a display of relics from the sunken British warship HMS Pandora; The Townsville Sports Reserve, birthplace of “The Diggers/D&G”; and Magnetic Island, a large neighboring island, the vast majority of which is national park.

Whether you prefer barra fishing in the Burdekin or Hinchinbrook, snorkeling fringing reefs around Magnetic Island, scuba diving wrecks or the Great Barrier Reef, bird watching at the surrounding wetlands, skydiving The Strand in Townsville or taking a wagon ride in Charters Towers, you will find it all in North Queensland.
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