The National Museum is something to explore for the history of Serbia and the surrounding area. A favorite with all visitors is the House of Flowers Marshal Tito Memorial. It is more of a point of interest with interesting surroundings. You will want to spend a day on the beach at Ada Ciganlija. The white sands and warm waters are such right for a peaceful day. If you want to ...

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One of the newest trends in cruises is celebrity cruising.  This is great for those people who enjoy the finer things of life and that want to be pampered.  There are people to serve you and wait on you hand and food, and there are lots of opportunities for extra pampering, including massages, lounging around, and swimming.  The food is first class, too.  If you have been looking for this ...

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In the first century BCE, the Romans appropriately renamed this former Etruscan town Florentia, or destined to flower. With this blessing, Florence (Firenze) remained faithful to its namesake to become the unrivaled authority of Renaissance art, literature and culture. The romantic narrow passages of the city’s core hold timeless treasures that gracefully dissolve the rest of the world’s troubled existence. Travel to Florence for a truly authentic Renaissance experience. Soaring ...

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Rajasthan is the one of the most attractive destinations in India for both domestic and International tourists. About 6 million people visit the State every year of which 9% are foreign tourists. On an average a domestic tourist spends Rs. 400 per day and an Iternational tourist spends Rs. 800 a day (M/s. A. F. Ferguson & Company). Rajasthan being poorly endowed in terms of water availability depend on the ...

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Manchester holds galleries, museums, sculpture trails, architecture and glorious countryside to name just a few of the many exciting places to visit. While you are discovering the stories and treasures of all ten districts of Manchester you will enjoy a feast of sightseeing and things to do. The Lowry is undoubtedly one of the most visited galleries in Manchester. The Lowry building has a spectacularly modern design is every bit ...

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We do know we are just beginning the spring, but if you want to plan a trip for the next fall, New Orleans has to be one of the main choices because of the many events that are celebrated during those dates. Here is a sampling of fall events in New Orleans. * Art for Arts Sake: This free citywide “gallery hop” on Oct. 1 marks the opening of the ...

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Canada’s 10 million square kilometers of land, lakes and life brings its own signature flavor to the North American continent. Travel through Canada is a truly mind-opening experience for even the most seasoned vacationer. The region has been inhabited since the retreat of the last ice age, creating nearly 10,000 years of aboriginal history. Vikings roamed Canada’s arctic shores long before Europeans began bickering over land rights during the 16th ...

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Situated to the east of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean, Barbados is an independent island nation and a tropical getaway with considerable historical sites to boot. With a long British history and settlements dating as early as 300 CE, Barbados offers travelers a tantalizing resort rendezvous and a taste of colonial and slave legacy. Book your airfare to Barbados before the high season ends and enjoy the tranquility of ...

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Argentina is in all ways the definition of fabulous, as most Argentineans would be more than happy to tell you. South America’s darling and second largest nation (after Brazil) is teeming with fantastic culture and biodiversity, ultra hip cities like Buenos Aires and an unabated passion for fine wine, scrumptious steak and an uncompromised quality of life. Following a recent economic crisis, the country is just as splendid a destination ...

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Lisbon, Portugal and its history has been written about on so many pages, its monuments have been described in many different ways so that it gives you the feeling that time has never passed, not only because its architecture has been kept intact even though it was terribly hit by an earthquake in 1755, but also because the people themselves are patient and not in a hurry. On flying into ...

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