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Top Attractions of Dunedin, New Zealand

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Dunedin is a very vibrant and architectural city that also gives you the view of the magnificent harbour. It offers a wonderful view of nature and reflects the heritage of New Zealand. It is situated on the east coast of the South Island. With a Dunedin travel guide, you get well acquainted with the place which will ultimately help you explore the cities in a better and affordable way.


The surrounding Otago Peninsula is known for the mainland albatross breeding colony of various ocean birds, an

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The Top 11 Attractions of Phuket

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Thailand's most world-famous holiday island is also its biggest - 48 kilometers long and 21 km across - located in the south of the country's west Andaman Sea coast, suspended from the southern tip of Phang Nga Province by a couple of short though generous roadway spans. The most vibrant tourist zones of western Phuket consists of the beaches of Bang Thao, Kamala, Karon, Kata, Laem Sing, Mai Khao, Nai Thon and Nai Yang, Patong, and Surin.

There is a wide assortment of vacation spots,

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In addition to its senior status among South Island settlements (founded in 1841 and named after the famed English admiral Lord Nelson), this city of a bit over 51,000 also happens to lie at the geographical centre of New Zealand. And it's become a popular getaway for Kiwis attracted to its laid-back lifestyle and art/culinary scene, with a lively marketplace and a handful of museums, gardens, and other attractions thrown in (renting a bike is the best way to get around). 

But even more than all

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Highlights of New Orleans

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One of America’s most culturally, musically and historically rich destinations, New Orleans is arguably one of the top interesting and fascinating cities of the world. Influenced by the European, African and the Caribbean cultures, New Orleans is steeped in history, jazz, and food! A vacation to New Orleans will leave you captivated. From marvelous architecture, historical museums and green gardens, allow us to be your New Orleans tour guide. Explore great attractions in New Orleans with top re

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Top Things to Do in Atlanta, Georgia

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Atlanta is the state of Georgia's premier cultural hub. and despite being a major urban hub, still has plenty of southern charm, as well as myriad attractions, sightseeing, and activities. Let us take a look at the many things that are a must on a visit. Atlanta itinerary 1 day 



Sightseeing


Do not miss the world’s largest aquarium, ‘the Georgia aquarium’, the Fox Theatre Centennial Park, Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site, Piedmont Park, The High Museum of Art and the Tur

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The Allures of Raglan, New Zealand

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Roughly halfway along the east coast of New Zealand's North Island, the quaint, tranquil town of Raglan (pop. 3,300) has much to offer visitors. The laidback nature of its people goes hand in hand with their love for outdoor music, arts, the sea, and outdoors sports. Especially the last two - in addition to being a great destination for water sports such as body boarding and kayaking, Raglan is a huge attraction for surfers from around the globe, with three world-class point breaks and a surf-s

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An Intro to Wellington, New Zealand's Capital

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The capital of New Zealand is popular for its nature, culture, art, as well as for being the country's political and financial center. Most visitors particularly enjoy the area around the harbor and the waterfront area, with historic places and an amazing view of the city. Even more appealing - most attractions are free of charge! Plan ahead with our easy Wellington four-day itinerary.

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Wellington is a great place for adventure lovers. The mountain driving and cable car are the city's top att

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An Intro to Christchurch, New Zealand

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Christchurch is New Zealand's second-largest city and the gateway to its South Island. Also known as the Garden City, it's bordered by hills and the Pacific Ocean, it is situated on the edge of the Canterbury Plains which stretching to the Southern Alps.

While touring Christchurch , you will realize that the city, along with its people, is full of hope, optimism, and joy. As recently as 2011 and 2012, the city was devastated by earthquakes. However, the fighting spirit along with an optimisti

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An Introduction to Auckland, New Zealand

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New Zealand's largest metro area (city pop. 1.5 million, metro nearly 1.7 million), Auckland is surrounded by beautiful beaches, uninhabited islands, and volcanic cones. According to a Maori myth, the region was created during a fierce battle between two iwi (tribes), which created deep cracks in the earth, thrusting upwards the many volcanic cones one sees today around Auckland. Sparsely settled by the Maori since the mid 14th century, the city proper was founded in 1840 as New Zealand's first

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An Introduction to Osaka, Japan's Second City


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Located on the main island of Honshu, roughly in the center of Japan and just under three hours by train from Tokyo, Osaka is spread across 221 square kilometers and has a population of 2.6 million. During World War II, air raids and bombings leveled almost one-third of of the city, but it was dynamically rebuilt - preserving some historic architecture, as well - and today is the economic heart of western Japan - as well as considered by many the country's foodie capital. Here are s

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