Snowy Denmark: Beautiful Winter Kingdom

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Many tourists associate Denmark with Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytales, a bronze statue of the Little Mermaid by Edvard Eriksen, the ships in the port of Copenhagen, and improbably colorful cities.

Snowy Denmark: Beautiful Winter Kingdom

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The resorts of Denmark, like German ones, are highly popular in Europe. The reason for that is the special culture and unique atmosphere of the country. If most travelers know practically everything about Germany, Denmark remains partly unknown for the average traveler. Let’s understand where to go and what to try in this beautiful country.

“Denmark occupies more than 1000 islands”

Geographically located in Northern Europe, Denmark occupies more than 1000 islands located primarily in the Baltic Sea, Wadden Sea, North Sea, South Funen Archipelago, and Nakskov Fjord. It is situated between Germany, Norway, and Sweden. The country’s total surface area is 42,394 square kilometers.

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Denmark has more than 5.5 million inhabitants, and 80% of them are Lutherans. However, there are a lot of atheists in the country – 20% of the population.

An interesting site is the royal palace Amaliyendborg. It is the capital masterpiece in rococo style consisting of four buildings. In the middle is a square laid out by tile and stone blocks. Not only are there hundreds of tourists, but also the royal family lives here. Unlike Buckingham Palace, guests are invited to the territory of Amalianborga. The building endured an awful fire, but has been skillfully restored.

Snowy Denmark: Beautiful Winter Kingdom

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Besides the palace complex and magnificent grounds, there are park and museum platforms on the territory. It is possible to come here Tuesday through Sunday in all seasons of the year. Operating time is from 11:00 till 16:00; entrance fee – 95 Danish kroner.

“Denmark has Lalandiya Aqua Park”

For those who like easy rest, Denmark has Lalandiya Aqua Park. It is a whole complex with numerous attractions and skating rinks. There is even a small town that has a lot of motels. Lalandiya is a famous place to visit not only for tourists, but also for numerous locals.

Snowy Denmark: Beautiful Winter Kingdom. Farmhouse and frosty trees against a blue sky.

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The aqua park is famous for its large surface. It is open year round from 10:00 till 19:00. Entrance fee is 220 Danish kroner for adults, 170 – for children.

Denmark is all about fairytales; therefore, it invites guests to “Andersen’s World.” It is a big museum devoted to works of the great children’s writer. Here you will be met by wax Hans Christian, and you will be able to see the setting in which he wrote his well-known creations.

Favorite fairy tale characters and exhibits from the writer’s life and works are presented in the museum. The walls are decorated with numerous pictures and illustrations. In this house, Andersen lives on, and a magic atmosphere still reigns. The museum is open June to May, from 10:00 till 18:00. Entrance fee is 60 Danish kroner.

 

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Guadeloupe – Pearl of the Caribbean

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French Guadeloupe is a great place for active recreation and for exploration of a Caribbean island.
Let’s look at its most interesting points!

The La Soufriere volcano

Guadeloupe – Pearl of the Caribbean

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La Soufriere is only 1,467 meters high, but climbing it is a real adventure (lazy tourists can get almost to the top by bus). On the way up, the climate changes completely, and so do the surrounding flora and fauna. A popular hiking route runs along a small lake on the slope of the volcano, hidden by lush vegetation (Grand Etang). On the way back, be sure to pay attention to the hot springs at the foot of the mountain.

Pigeon Island and the Cousteau Reserve

Guadeloupe – Pearl of the Caribbean. Pigeon island, St. Lucia from the British fort. This island is st. Lucia's national park

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This small stony island is not remarkable for picturesque views, and almost no one lands on it. It is famous for the sea reserve of Cousteau, located around the island below the water’s surface. The inventor of the aqualung was so fascinated by the local underwater beauty that he founded a reserve park here. It is perfectly suitable for beginning divers: the depth is low, the sea is calm, and the shore is very close.

Saint Anne Beach

Guadeloupe – Pearl of the Caribbean. Tropical beach of Sainte Anne - Caribbean Sea - Guadeloupe tropical island

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St. Anne is the most popular Guadeloupe beach. It is the best place both for surfers and fans of lazy beach relaxation. Here you can lie on white sand without going far from civilization. Also, you can take surfing lessons, or take a ferry to the wild beaches of the nearest islands – Desireado, Marie-Galante, and Le Sant.

Botanical Garden in Deshaies

Guadeloupe – Pearl of the Caribbean. Guadeloupe, Deshaies,

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The Botanical Garden was founded about 10 years ago on territory of the former estate of the French comedian Kolyusha. The garden is relatively small but very diverse: the collection of orchids, baobabs, and a dozen different types of palm trees is especially noteworthy. You can also feed the giant carp in the pond here, and admire the flamingos and parrots in the park.

National Park of Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe – Pearl of the Caribbean. Guadeloupe, Caribbean Islands, France

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This park occupies about 10% of the country’s whole territory. It is located on Basse-Terre island. You can go through it in a couple of hours by car, but it is better to walk on one of the many hiking trails. In one day, you can move from rainforest to coastal forest and end up in a mangrove path. When you reach waterfalls in the Buyant area, do not forget to look around; there is a great chance you’ll see Guadalupe raccoons, mongooses, and goats.

Petite Terre Islands

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The uninhabited islands of Ptit-Ter is a reserve. The pristine underwater world attracts divers from around the globe. From November to April you can also see dolphin and whale migrations here. And be sure to walk out to the old lighthouse, trying not to step on the numerous iguanas there.  

Pointe-à-Pitre

Guadeloupe – Pearl of the Caribbean. Sunrise at Pointe à Pitre harbor - Guadeloupe Caribbean island

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The largest city on the archipelago is the landing point for most tourists. Notably, it was founded in 1654 as a slave market. The best things in this town are fine restaurants and food markets that any gourmet can admire. Pointe-a-Pitre is full of French colonial-style houses, a fishing-town atmosphere, and fine climate.

Here in Guadalupe, French traditions and the Creole spirit are mixed in a fanciful way. The local cuisine is a feast of spices, seafood, and exotic fruits. For good reason, Jacques-Yves Cousteau claimed Guadalupe to be one of the best places in the world.

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Why Work With An Advisor?

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You can book travel yourself – but why would you want to? A Virtuoso travel advisor elevates every trip. They know how to get the best value for your time and money, and, thanks to their global connections, they can VIP you at hotels, on cruise lines, on tours, and more. With a portfolio of nearly 2,000 top hotels, cruise lines, tour operators, and more, Virtuoso represents the best of the best in travel.

A GREAT VIRTUOSO TRAVEL ADVISOR:

Takes It from Ordinary to Extraordinary

Why Work With An Advisor
A Virtuoso travel advisor can secure special benefits that you can’t get on your own, such as complimentary breakfast, spa credits, and upgrades at hotels. But they also see the nuances in every trip. From big-picture aspects (where to go – and when) to the details that matter (booking the hotel rooms with the best views, where to get the most authentic pizza on the Amalfi Coast), your travel advisor knows how to plan a memorable trip.

Knows The World

Why Work With An Advisor

Just as you might use a financial planner, an interior designer, or personal shopper, it makes sense to entrust your most valuable asset – your time – to an experienced travel advisor.  The best advisors spend a lot of time on the road themselves – scouting out hotels, deepening relationships with tour guides, and finding the best restaurants and things to do. 

Knows Your Travel Style

Why Work With An Advisor

A Virtuoso travel advisor understands what’s most important to you and your traveling companions. You may want to take a cooking class or a private tour, or you may not want to leave the resort pool! Perhaps you want to use travel to educate your kids, plan an unforgettable anniversary trip, or celebrate a milestone birthday with friends and family. Your Virtuoso travel advisor will have plenty of suggestions on what might work best for you. 

Expands Your Horizons

Why Work With An Advisor

A great travel advisor will help you think creatively about where to go and what to do. Italy, France, and Hawaii will always be popular. But your advisor also knows the best ways, say, to see Chile, Portugal, New Zealand, and many other hot destinations – plus new ways to experience the places you’ve already visited. Together, you can plan your next dream trip or weekend getaway. 

Can Handle Anything

Why Work With An Advisor

Have you ever been on a trip where everything went exactly as planned? Right – this almost never happens. Issues are bound to pop up, and your Virtuoso travel advisor is your personal help line and “fixer” who knows how to quickly turn things around for the better. When they follow up after your trip, you’ll surely have an answer to this question: “Where do you want to go next?”

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Four Great Neighborhood Restaurants In Zurich

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Four Great Neighborhood Restaurants In Zurich
Breakfast at Kafischnaps, Zürich.

Many first-timers in Zürich arrive with a list of famed restaurants to experience, such as dining at the wood-paneled Kronenhalle for Swiss specialties amidst paintings by Chagall, or enjoying the enormous vegetarian buffet at Hiltl. But to get a real sense of this global hub’s diversity – and its lovely, leafy districts – try these neighborhood favorites.

Kafi Dihei

Spend several hours at Kafi Dihei, a warm, homey spot in District 3 that serves excellent soups, salads, and schnitzel; or try the “Di-High Tea,” with two scones fresh from the oven served with lemon curd and a steaming cup of tea.

Les Halles

The industrial zone turned shopping, art, and trends mecca of Zürich-West keeps growing in popularity, and Les Halles is one of its anchors. Order the much loved moules frites and check out the market inside, which sells produce and more.

Restaurant Josef

For a date night, look no far-ther than Zürich-West’s artsy, intimate Restaurant Josef. The small plates – Swiss-inspired classics with a modern touch (no wurst) – are made to share, and products from Switzerland are noted on the menu with a “CH.” Bar-hop along nearby Lang-strasse to continue the evening.

Kafischnaps

Vibrant Kafischnaps in District 10 is a great choice any time of day, but especially for breakfast, with baked eggs and hearty, soft Swiss bread. Take the chill off a wintry day with its namesake coffee with schnapps.

Top photo: Restaurant Josef.

 

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The Most Unusual World Hotels

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More and more hotels have now become attractions in themselves: an ice hotel, an underwater hotel, and even a salt hotel! Let’s look at the most unusual hotels in the world:

Ecocamp Patagonia – Torres del Paine National Park, Chile.

The Most Unusual World Hotels. Ecocamp

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This hotel combines luxury and minimal interference with the environment. Each room is a separate tent-dome, and all guests receive comfortable accommodations and necessary amenities. The hotel is built of environmentally friendly materials and uses renewable energy sources.

Kokopelli Cave Bed and Breakfast – Farmington, New Mexico, USA.

The Most Unusual World Hotels. Kokos Cave

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Rooms in this hotel are carved out of rock. In addition to several bedrooms, there are kitchen and Jacuzzi. The cave maintains a temperature of +20 to +23 °C, and from its windows you can see the La Plata River and a vast desert. The hotel administration feeds the local birds and animals, taking care of not only their guests.

Malmaison Oxford Castle – Oxford, United Kingdom.

The Most Unusual World Hotels. Malmaison Oxford Castle

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This British boutique hotel is located in a former prison building, constructed in the Victorian era. In the ex-prison cells, in addition to a comfortable bed, there is a shower, satellite TV, and adjustable lighting. A beer restaurant and bars are also in the structure.

Seaventures Dive Resort – Sipadan Island, Malaysia.

The Most Unusual World Hotels. Seaventures Dive Resort

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This hotel is made on an old oil platform. Here you can go diving in the ocean without leaving the hotel: it is enough to descend under water in an elevator.

Icehotel – Jukkasjärvi, Sweden.

The Most Unusual World Hotels. Church and chapel of Ice Hotel near Kiruna, Lapland, north Sweden

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This is the first ice hotel in the world. Since 1990, it has been constructed annually for the period from December to April. The entire hotel is made of snow and ice blocks taken from the River Turn-Elv. Even interior details are made of ice, except for the beds.

Brussels Welcome Hotel – Brussels, Belgium.

The Most Unusual World Hotels

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At first it was a luxury restaurant, which then turned into a luxury hotel. It was so popular that one day there were no vacant rooms for clients. Then two additional floors were designed and assembled in the city of Ghent, and harmoniously added right to the historical 19th century building.

Jumbo Stay – Stockholm, Sweden.

The Most Unusual World Hotels

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This hotel is an old Boeing 747-200, converted into a budget hotel. Here you can sleep, for example, in the cockpit, which is equipped as a suite with a panoramic view of Stockholm-Arlanda Airport.

Palacio de Sal – Uyuni, Bolivia.

The hotel is located on the border of Salar de Uyuni at an altitude of about 3650 meters. Palacio de Sal is built entirely of salt blocks. The most important rule for guests is not to lick the walls and to take care of the interior objects made of salt.

Capsule hotels in Tokyo, Japan.

These are small sleeping cells stacked one above the other. The hotels are built next to railway stations and airports. Accommodations are quite Spartan, but cheap and available.

The capsule hotel in Tokyo, Green Plaza Shinjuku Capsule, although not the first, is the largest of this kind of hotel in the world: there are 660 rooms of 1x2x1 meters.

Here, as in many other places in Japan, people with tattoos will not be allowed: in Japan tattoos are still associated with the yakuza.

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What to Do in Okinawa

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Okinawa Prefecture is a strange and amazing place even for Japanese.

“Forget all your ideas about Japan”

In Okinawa, you will see beaches and palm trees instead of stone gardens, small houses with tiled roofs instead of neon skyscrapers. There are also no pale office clerks – only vigorous old people, long-livers in colorful shirts.

Okinawa

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Some people say that Okinawa mostly looks like the illegitimate descendant of Thailand and Hawaii –  brought up by Japan.

Initially, the territory of Okinawa was the separate state of Ryukyu. But at the end of the 19th century, this archipelago became part of Japan. After that, Okinawa turned into a sleepy region, and it remains the poorest Japanese prefecture till this day.

But at the same time, it is the warmest one. The archipelago is located on the same latitude as The Bahamas. Sakura blooms here in January, temperatures do not drop below +15 or 20 °C, and its golden sand beaches are considered to be the best in the region.

What to Do in Okinawa

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The locals are very positive old people. They have the highest life expectancy in the world: according to statistics, there are about 20 centenarians per 100,000 people in the United States; in Okinawa, there are more than 60 of them.

At 70 you are still a child; at 80 – a young man

 

These words are carved on a big stone near the village of Ogimi,: “At 70 you are still a child; at 80 – a young man; and when your ancestors call you in your 90s, ask them to wait until you turn 100 – and only then, perhaps you will think about it.”

The concentration of centenarians in Ogimi is especially great. Local residents rarely suffer from strokes, sclerosis, Alzheimer’s syndrome or other common age-related illnesses.

At a hundred years old they are cheerful as they were at 20; many continue to work and to participate actively in the lives of their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

What to Do in Okinawa

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Scientists still do not know the secret of this phenomenon.

The locals have their own maxims:

– To live long, you should work more in the open air!

– It is necessary to eat properly and not to overeat: a cup of rice a day, tofu and some seafood – that’s the recipe for longevity.

– All illnesses are caused by regrets and sadness about the past. We must be able to enjoy life, whatever it is.

What to Do in Okinawa. The morning view from my apartment balconey

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The concept of joy is fundamental in Okinawa. There is even a special word for this: Ikigai. It means – something that makes you wake up every morning with joy.

Tourists mostly go to Okinawa to enjoy the sea. The archipelago is considered to be the best place in Japan for a beach holiday. It is also perfect for diving – the largest coral reef in Japan (about 20 kilometers) lies here, on Okinawa’s shores.

The underwater world is incredibly rich, and the sea is transparent to a depth of 50 meters. Additionally, you can even observe whales, who also love these waters.

There is one important local culinary rule – do not overeat. They even have a saying, “hara hachi bu” – “eat to satisfy 8/10 of your hunger and get up”.

The best time for a beach holiday is from the middle of June to the end of August. January and February are also great: the islands start to bloom with cherry blossoms, and there are a lot of whales in the coastal waters.

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Top New Attractions in the World

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If you think that all the best sights in the world have already been discovered – it is not true! There are always new sights, and we have selected some of the most interesting.

Memorial Center 9/11

New York, USA

Top New Attractions in the World. Lower Manhattan

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The Ground Zero Memorial Center grew from the site of the destroyed Twin Towers in New York City.

Now there is the National September 11th Memorial, consisting of two fountains located at the former base of the skyscrapers. Etched on its parapets are the names of all 2,982 victims who died both in the towers and in the crashed planes.

A museum devoted to the tragedy is in a level under the memorial.

Promenade “Seoullo 7017”

Seoul, South Korea

The Seoul “Sky Garden” was opened at the end of May 2017. It is located on a highway that was built in the 1970s and later abandoned.

Towering over the crowded streets, it is a great bridge where about 24,000 trees, bushes, and flowers have been planted.

It consists of 17 pedestrian bridges, transits, and viaducts (some as high as 17 meters) with a total length of one kilometer where you can admire the city’s main attractions as you stroll along.

Thematic excursions in several languages are conducted in the “Sky Garden” so everyone can learn about the history and architecture of Seoul. The promenade is open round the clock and is illuminated at night.

Top New Attractions in the World. Aerial view of road 7017 and architecture in Seoul Station, Seoul City South Korea

 

Universal’s Volcano Bay Water Park

Orlando, Florida

Universal’s water park was opened this summer in Orlando, America’s theme-park capital. This park is called Volcano Bay because there is an artificial Krakatau volcano in its center.

In total, there are four thematic zones recreating various Polynesian islands and cultures. The main attractions are the swift water slides of Krakatau Aqua Coaster in the volcano’s mouth and Ko’okiri Body Plunge – a chilling 70-degree slide to the pool from a height of 38 meters.

There are, of course, less thrilling attractions in the park: a pool with artificial waves, a “lazy river” for rafting, and a water fortress for kids.

Top New Attractions in the World

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The Atlantic Museum

Lanzarote, Spain

The Atlantic Museum, which opened in early 2017, is the first underwater museum in Europe and is already considered one of the most unusual sites in the Canary Islands.

Here, at a depth of 12-14 meters in an area of ​​2500 square meters, there are more than 300 statues of British sculptor Jason Taylor.

The exposition, which can be viewed by divers and snorkelers, is divided into 12 consecutive installations devoted to social issues; here you can see refugees and migrants, inhabitants of megacities who are indifferent to global climate change, and many others.

According to Taylor’s idea, the museum does not only create a visual dialogue between art and nature, but it also serves as a huge artificial reef, attracting ocean inhabitants.

Top New Attractions in the World. Beautiful unique city of Valencia in Spain

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Archaeological Zone of Ichkabal

Yucatán, Mexico

For a long time, the ancient Mayan city of Ichkabal was hidden under a thick layer of earth and tropical forest. Founded in the 3rd century BC, it was abandoned and forgotten until the end of the 1990s, when local residents accidentally “discovered” it.

Excavations began in 2009 and will proceed for more than a decade.

Recently, a new road was laid there, and by the end of 2017 the archaeological zone of Ichkabal – perhaps the largest one found in Mexico – will officially start its work. For now, with the area cleared of soil and selva, five structures are visible, one of which is a 40-meter pyramid.

As you can see, there are still a lot of new and exciting places to visit!

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Tips for Visiting Florida

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Tips for Visiting Florida

Fans of shopping should pay special attention to the shopping center located in the port of Miami; the huge number of fashion brands will excite you.
At this shopping mall it’s possible to find literally any goods and to get them at the most attractive prices.

If you are planning to travel around the state and not stay in one city, we suggest that you rent a car. This would be a wise and money-saving decision, especially if you are traveling with a group.

You should remember, however, that there are enormous downtown traffic jams in the morning and evening.

Tips for Visiting Florida

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If you are looking for beach recreation, we suggest that you travel to the east coast of the state.

Local beaches there are ideal for all kinds of surfing. So, if you like active vacations, Florida is an ideal choice for you. The western coast, on the contrary, is very quiet and relaxing; it is an excellent place for family rest or romantic getaways.

Florida has unique climatic conditions; it is possible to go there in any season. It’s an ideal place for tourists, as your vacation will not be spoiled by weather (except maybe by hurricanes from August to November )no matter what time of year you come.

Florida is a place where winter temperatures seldom fall below + 18°C. The state is often visited in winter by tour lovers and pedestrian tourists.

Tips for Visiting Florida

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It is highly recommended to buy tickets in advance for entertainment events and amusement parks. If you don’t want to stand in long lines for a few hours, think about booking tickets online.

Florida is a place where you can pay with your credit card almost everywhere. The only time you might need cash is in remote shops or small beach restaurants.

You don’t need to take lots of cash with you when walking anywhere; however, we suggest that you always have some dollars in case you can’t pay with a card.

Tips for Visiting Florida. Skyscraper at the waterfront

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If you are a nature lover and really admire picturesque scenery in foreign countries, this advice is for you. Explore the Florida National Scenic Trail Road. The railroad runs through the whole territory of the state; one of the most beautiful stretches goes around Lake Okeechobee.

Walking in national reserves is possible only if you are accompanied by a guide, and many areas are closed for free visits. Outdoor recreation is widespread in Florida, but you shouldn’t settle in for a picnic in the first park you encounter; you need to know their specific rules in advance.

Tips for Visiting Florida

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The Best US cities to Celebrate New Year 2018

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New Year’s Day comes every year, and every time we ask ourselves: what is the best way to celebrate this holiday? Some plan an average holiday with family and friends – while others search for something unusual. Those who really like traveling should definitely think about going somewhere to spend New Year’s Eve.

New York City

The Best US cities to Celebrate New Year. New York.

In the entire world there are not many places that can beat New York in terms of the brightness and showiness of New Year’s events. New York is the city that never sleeps, and for New Years it becomes an endless festival that lasts for days.

The most exciting and tremendous New Year’s parties will be held in The Empire Hotel, The Plaza, Gansevoort Park Avenue, and New York Marriott Marquis. The first one on this list will provide visitors with amazing views from a rooftop bar. You will be able to see the bright New Year’s lights of Broadway, Lincoln Center, and all the Upper West Side.

Los Angeles

The Best US cities to Celebrate New Year. Los Angeles.

What are the most popular New Year’s movies that you usually watch during winter holidays? Right, “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and “Home Alone.”

YYZ Travel advisors offer visiting the city where these movies were made. This is a place where you can meet celebrities anywhere, and it seems like the sun never sets over the ocean.

Los Angeles is the capital of filmmaking, and just a charming city.

One of the most exciting places to spend the night in LA is at Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows, where you will enjoy a holiday dinner with a lot of champagne!

Also, the Hilton Hotel is preparing a range of New Year events with popular music performances,  DJs, and a grand night of dancing.

The Best US cities to Celebrate New Year. Downtown Los Angeles.

Downtown Los Angeles skyline at twilight CA.

Join a HOLLYWOOD BLOCK PARTY where there are four clubs with live music and a grand cocktail cart: Premiere Supper Club, Rusty Mullet, Las Palmas, and L’Scorpion.

You can choose only one club, or go through all four of them – it’s up to you.

 If you’re coming to Los Angeles with all the family and kids, you will have a lot of things to do: for example, you can do glorious New Year shopping, stroll along the beautifully decorated streets of the city, and visit Grand Park.

Miami: New Year palms

The Best US cities to Celebrate New Year. Miami.

What can be more exciting than to celebrate the New Year surrounded by palms instead of fir trees? Especially if every day you see an ocean view, fashionable dance floors, and tremendous service – you are in Miami.

 The most exciting New Year events will be held in the hotels:
  • Faena Hotel Miami Beach
  • The Setai
  • Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach
  • The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort
  • The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami
  • The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
  • 1 Hotel South Beach
  • The Miami Beach EDITION
  • W South Beach

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Boxing Day Sale: up to 50% OFF

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Boxing Day Sale

Redeem your Aeroplan Miles for vacation packages with a value of $2,000 or more and EARN 2,500 bonus miles per member.3

Applicable to:

Mexico & the Caribbean

Boxing Day Sale. Mexico & the Caribbean.

Book between:

December 18, 2017 and January 7, 2018

Boxing Day Sale. Mexico & the Caribbean.

Departures between:

December 18, 2017 and April 30, 2018

Boxing Day Sale. Landing in Saint Maarten Airport

From Toronto to Punta Cana

Feb. 7, 2018 – 7 nights

All-inclusive

Hotel: Occidental Caribe
Total price:

$1,269.00 per adult
($798.00 + $471.00)
(Base fare, surcharges, fees, taxes and charges)

From Toronto to Antigua

Feb. 27, 2018 – 7 nights
All-inclusive

Hotel: Halcyon Cove by Rex Resorts

Total price:

$1,299.00 per adult

($915.00 + $384.00)
(Base fare, surcharges, fees, taxes and charges)

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