New Caledonia is a dependent French territory that contains multiple islands in the South Pacific. New Caledonia’s stunning lagoon is among the largest in the world and is rich with marine life. Just some of New Caledonia’s various tourist offerings are: palm-lined beaches, amazing French food including mountaintop fondue in chalets, snorkeling, camping, and more. The main island of Grand Terre is surrounded by a massive barrier reef and known as a fantastic location for scuba diving. In Nouméa, the capital, you will find luxury shopping & French influenced restaurants.
Banff National Park, Alberta’s favorite resort town is bordered on all sides by the Rocky Mountains. Tourist offerings in Banff include luxury lodges, irresistible powder, exceptional restaurants and active nightlife. Appealing for both Winter and Summer guests, Banff is also home to a variety of spas, shopping, and a local art scene. Make sure to check out the Banff Gondola for spectacular mountain top viewing, the hot springs for world class relaxation or the Lake Minnewanka cruise for picture perfect sightseeing.
Copenhagen, which is the Capital of Denmark, a long and rich history. It was the center of the Danish empire for hundreds of years and as a result it is home to many palaces, historic buildings, and cultural relics. The town’s classic architecture is wonderfully juxtaposed by innovative infrastructure, modern buildings, and a high-tech transit system.
A must visit is the Tivoli Gardens amusement park. A cultural wonderland, with historic and unique offerings of of big thrills and traditional Danish culture.
You can also find one of Copenhagen’s most famous tourist attractions displayed on a rock by the waterside at the Langelinie promenade: The sculpture of The Little Mermaid. This popular artwork was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairy tale.
The floating port city of Takamatsu sings a vibrant, many-part harmony – esteemed castle grounds that host fashionable craft fairs, the small town/big city energy of a prefectural capital. There are numerous sightseeing attractions including spots from which you can enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Seto Inland Sea like Yashima and Goshikidai, places where you can appreciate the stunning nature during all four seasons like Ritsurin Garden, and spots connected to history like Tamamo Park (Ruins of Takamatsu Castle), and Shikoku Mura Village. You can also can take a ferry ride from Takamatsu to remote Ogijima and Megijima, where modern art festivals are held. It’s urban Japan at its most lovely and free of pretension.
Hopefully this review of Takamatsu, Japan will inspire you to take a trip soon!
The Ionian Islands are a wonderous, and visually stunning paradise. The waters beautifully blue, the sands are silky and smooth. The largest of the Ionian Islands, Zakynthos is as rich as it is pretty, boasting an abundance of crops such as olives and grapes. Music is a huge part of the local culture—you can catch a concert or festival almost any night of the week, and you’ll be charmed by the sights and sounds of the Zakynthos performers.
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Chamonix is a famous resort near the junction of France, Switzerland and Italy. Also it is credited with hosting the First Winter Olympic games in 1924.
At the base of Mont Blanc, the highest summit in the Alps, it’s renowned for its skiing. Year-round, cable cars take visitors up to several nearby peaks with panoramic views, including Aiguille du Midi above town, and Pointe Helbronner, across vast glacier fields on the Italian border.
It is a destination popular the world over. In the streets of this high-mountain town you’ll hear languages from every corner of the globe. But the people who come to this ‘summit meeting’ share the same way of thinking, the same love for mountaineering, its legends and its ethics.
The Blue Caves are one of the most popular attractions of Zakynthos Island.
Tourists can explore the caves on their own by boat or with one of the many organized tours. The Blue Caves consist of particular geologic formations giving life to a succession of caves along the North-West coast of the island; they start soon after Agios Nikolaos and end near Skinari Cape.