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Dubai is a city of the future. The rapid growth and development in Dubai over the last 20 years puts this city at the top of the list for fastest growing cities in the world. Due to Dubai's recent growth, the city is largely modern and the architecture used to create the many Dubai skyscrapers is both perplexing and awe-inspiring. While there is lots to do in Dubai, one thing we suggest is simply touring around on one of their double decker buses. Trust us, the modern appeal of this desert cities skyline is best seen while relaxing on an air-conditioned bus!
Once you have seen the cities skyline and marveled at the futuristic feel of Dubai, check out some of the attractions we have listed for you below and make sure to read up on navigating Dubai as there are lots of wonderful transportation methods.
The famous Opera House, Bondi Beach, and the Sydney Harbor Bridge. These are just a few of the magnificent sights that come to mind when you think of Sydney, Australia. Sydney is a cosmopolitan city that truly generates excitement. Surrounded by iconic beaches, world heritage sites, and famous wine regions, Sydney has a little something for everyone.
Not only is Sydney the largest city in Australia, it is also the most visited. About 35 million people visit Sydney each year to take in the sunshine and wander through this beautiful city. If you are planning a trip to Sydney, you are certainly in for a treat!
Swanky Clubs. South Beach. Delicious Cuban Restaurants. Art Museums. Sunshine.
These are just a few things that pop into mind when the city of Miami is mentioned. Full of activity and entertainment, this fast paced city truly has a little something for everyone. Foodies flock to Little Havana to get a taste of it's famous Cuban food and coffee. Sunbathers can be found relaxing on South Beach and taking in the view. And partiers will shut down the city at dozens of VIP clubs perhaps with a few celbrities in attendance. Miami is a city of diversity and tourists will have no trouble finding their own little peice of paradise, that is if you can stand the heat!
Take your time visiting Miami and explore the dozens of neighborhoods that make up the city and surounding area. From $40 million dollar mansions to streets where small fruit carts line the curb, Miami's neighborhoods can drastically change from mile to mile. Also, make sure to get out of the city for a day and take a tour of the Everglades National Park, an international treasure and World Heritage site. As one of the hottest cities for domestic and international tourism, Miami is truly one of a kind.
“There's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes”
To visit Oslo, Norway is to visit Mother Nature. Filled with luscious green spaces and surrounded by forests, hills, and lakes, Oslo, is a green gem. Due to the landscape, Oslo is filled with outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, boating, and skiing. No matter the weather, locals and tourists find ways to enjoy the cities natural benefits each and every day. In fact, don’t bother complaining about the cold when you visit, as a popular Norwegian saying will tell you “there is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes”.
Oslo is also home to world-class museums and galleries, thriving café’s and bars, and top-notch restaurants. After your day on the town, sit back and enjoy Oslo’s live music scene. Every year, Oslo hosts thousands of concerts to showcase talents from local bands to international legends. Furthermore Oslo is home to several large pop and rock festivals during the summer.
If you choose Oslo as your next travel destination, be ready to experience expanisve culture, outstanding food, and adventurous excursions!
Sandy beaches, hilly landscape, and of course ribbons of concrete freeways mean you have landed in the entertainment capital of the world. Located in southern California, Los Angeles is a sprawling city that is best known as the center of a much beloved film and television industry. If you are visiting Los Angeles for your first time, take a selfie with the iconic Hollywood sign then venture on over to the star-studded walk of fame where you can spend the hour walking among the many greats of Hollywood. From there, head on over to studios such as Paramount Pictures, Universal, and Warner Brothers for behind-the-scenes tours!
Apart from its star-studded attractions, Los Angeles is also a cultural hub boasting more than 100 museums, home to an ever-expanding tech industry, and a mecca of major league sports teams (9 of them to be exact!). Los Angeles has a little something for everyone, and as a paradise of good weather, it is hard to not enjoy yourself in this gem of a city.