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The Tayrona National Park is among the most visited national parks in Colombia. A beautiful place for checking out natural scenes and archaeological remains, the Tayrona National Park is located in the department of Magdalena. Dotted with mangrove swamps, cloud forests, algae praries and beautiful beaches, the Tayrona National Park is great to visit.

The Hot Spring City of Salto, Uruguay

One of the prime attractions for visitors to Uruguay, Salto is a beautiful city with access to several hot springs. Located on the eastern coast of the Rio Uruguay, Salto offers a number of attractions and excellent facilities for the comfort of visitors to the area.

The largest city of Eucador, Guayaquil is located on the banks of the Guayas River. Guayaquil is also one of the main ports of the country. The city is also known to be the economic and commercial centre of Eucador.

The economic heart of India, Mumbai is also one of the major metropolitan cities of India. Whether it is historic attractions, shopping or modern places to visit, you will find Mumbai an exciting place to visit. Here is a two-day itinerary for visiting the city.

Explore the Oldest and Industrial City of Leon Nicaragua

One of the oldest cities of Nicaragua, Leon is located along the Chiquito River about 18Km from the Pacific Coast. The city is known for its university and as an important industrial centre. Leon is also known to have the most number of churches and cathedrals per capita as compared to any other city in Nicaragua.

Relax with Nature at the Cascading Iguazu Falls, Argentina

The waterfall on the Iguazu River is known as the Iguazu Falls. The waterfall indicates the border between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. If you are visiting any of the three countries, the Iguazu Falls is a must visit. The Iguazu Falls are two times wider and also taller than the Niagara Falls and has around 275 cascades that are distributed in the shape of a horseshoe.

Explore the Colonial UNESCO World Heritage City of Guanajuato Mexico

Located in Central Mexico is the colonial-era city of Guanajuato. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Guanajuato is a stunning mountain town that once was a silver mining town and even today there are some active mines. The most unique feature of the city is that it has several underground tunnels that function as roads.

 The Scenic View from the top of La Piedra Del Penol, Colombia

The La Piedra Del Penol is the National Monument of Colombia. Located in the town of Guatapeabout 70 kilometres from Medellin is the Guatepe Lake. The La Piedra Del Penol juts right on the banks from the Guatape Lake. It is a monolith about 220 meters in height. The stone is composed of quartz, feldspar and mica.

Relax & Enjot the Beauty of Nature in the Spanish Colonial Town of Rivas, Nicaragua

Located along the south Pacific Coast of Nicaragua is the city of Rivas. A well-preserved Spanish colonial town, Rivas is a peaceful place where you can relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. Rivas is located close to the village of San Juan del Sur along the coast of the Pacific Ocean and is one of the best destinations for surfing.

Explore the Bustling Colonial town of Chacapoyas Peru

Popularly known as Chachas, the city of Chacapoyas is located in northern Peru in the Amazonas region. The city is located in the mountainous areas of Peru and is quite isolated as compared to the other cities of the country. The city was founded in the 16th century and is the capital of the department of Amazonas. Chacapoyas is a wonderful colonial town with a busy market area. Visitors make Chacapoyas as their base for exploring the surrounding ruins of the civilization of the Chachapoyas.

  • Inverness, Scotland UK - Home of Big Nessie

    Situated in the heart of the Scottish Highland, the city of Inverness also serves as the administrative capital of the Highlands. A lively town, Inverness invites visitors all around the year to enjoy the numerous art galleries, museums, historic sites and other attractions.

  • Historic City of Aberdeen, Scotland UK

    Named as the ‘Silver City' or the ‘Granite City' after it's grey and glistening buildings, Aberdeen is the third largest city of Scotland. The city is home to some of the oldest university buildings of Europe. The city has a long history and there are several forts and castles across…
  • Dundee - The 4th Largest City in Scotland

    Sitting on two hills, the Balgay and the Law, is the impressive city of Dundee. The fourth largest city in Scotland, Dundee has a rugged landscape and beautiful weather making it a treat for travelers. Overlooking the River Tay, Dundee is a lively city.

  • The Gateway to the Highlands: Stirling, Scotland - UK

    One of the most historic cities in Scotland, Stirling is also called "The Gateway to the Highlands". In historic times, the city was the only connection to the Highlands and several important battles have been fought in the area. The Stirling Castle is the main highlight of the city. The…
  • The Capital of Scotland - Edinburgh

    Streets enveloped in history and brimming with a flourishing cultural scene is what describes the capital city of Scotland the best. Edinburgh is home to several historic castles and breathtaking sceneries of nature. The city is mainly segregated into two districts, the Old Town and the New Town, which are…
  • The Largest City of Scotland - Glasgow

    One of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe, Glasgow has undergone a cultural revival to become the epicenter of style and vivacity. The largest city of Scotland, Glasgow is located on the banks of River Clyde. Glasgow is recognized as one of the main centers of culture, art and education…
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