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St Petersburg, a city that gets under your skin
St PetersburgJune 6, 2015 ET
Some would tell you, visiting St Petersburg it's like taking a cultural spa vacation. And indeed, built in 1703 by Tsar Peter the Great, this city of amazing palaces, magnificant parks, winding canals and over 800 bridges crossing them, centuries later still looks impressive, a bit shabby, but chic - and it still feels every bit the imperial capital.
Majestic Vienna you can admire
ViennaMay 2, 2015 ET
Want to feel like a king and walk the streets almost intact for a century and a half? Then visit Vienna, the city of mighty Habsburgs, where fairy tales are still alive on every corner.
Cordoba, a city where time has its own flow
CordobaApril 4, 2015 ET
Cordoba, capital of Córdoba province nested in a vast valley and surrounded by mountains, is located at the northern tip of a triangle between Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires. Designed in the colonial and modern style mix, it hides plenty of eye-catching sites and a surprise for the welcome visitor.
A charming surprise that touches the clouds
La PazMarch 7, 2015 ET
Situated in a valley in the Andes Mountains, sitting between 3,200 to 4,100 meters above sea level, La Paz is the city where everything is "the highest in the world".
Futuristic Japanese hotel will be run by robots
Huis Ten BoschFebruary 9, 2015 ET
A hotel with robot staff and face recognition instead of room keys will open this summer in Huis Ten Bosch in Nagasaki Prefecture, the operator of the theme park said.
Biarritz, the European capital of surfing
BiarritzFebruary 7, 2015 ET
Where do you find a great surfing waves and a bunch of royal families, all in one place? Some would say Hawaii but Hawaii islands are too distant for noble heads, so they all head to Biarritz, a French town with great history and even greater surf & fun atmosphere.
There's no other place in the world you'd rather be
DubaiJanuary 10, 2015 ET
This city hosts some of the world's biggest and tallest structures but until recently had no street names. Its metro is the longest rail network in the world running without drivers. It has one airport with three terminals. Every terminal is large enough to be a separate airport on its own. Crime rate, virtually zero. City: Dubai.
Hotels in Miami raising their rates by 500%
Miami hotelsDecember 30, 2014 ET
Year-end celebrators who are looking for an accommodation in Miami to spend New Year's Eve will encounter drastically higher rates than usual. Hotels in the popular Florida resort city are raising their rates by up to 491%, according to a new survey from MiamiHotels.org.
The city below Mount Royal
MontrealDecember 6, 2014 ET
There is an Olympic city, a city under strong old European influence and modern American architecture at the same time, where you can visit the largest underground complex in the world and explore its 500km of bike routes and paths. Interested? Bienvenue a Montreal in the Canadian province of Quebec.
Where the swan has a bear for a friend
HarbinNovember 1, 2014 ET
The most northeast part of China, Heilongjiang Province, shaped as a swan, is the home of one of the most interesting Chinese cities. Welcome to "My God, it's cold!" city of Harbin.
Fort Lauderdale: The home of sea captains and Spring Break
Fort LauderdaleOctober 4, 2014 ET
Fort Lauderdale, a city on the Atlantic Ocean in Florida, is dubbed as the Yachting Capital of the World but it is also a home town of a central event for all American students.
Sport, art, and great coffee Down Under
MelbourneSeptember 6, 2014 ET
If you like sports and art come with us Down Under to visit Melbourne, the capital and most populous city in the state of Victoria in Australia and the only city in the world to host both a Formula One Grand Prix and a tennis Grand Slam tournament, and one of the most famous horse races in the world, The Melbourne Cup.
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