May 29

Valencia Is a City With a Bright and Colourful Future

y65Valencia is Spain´s third biggest city after its rivals Barcelona and Madrid. Valencia city offers the same as its counterparts in terms of great restaurants and tapas bars, excellent transport systems and quality hotels but at a much cheaper price.

Valencia tends to get overlooked, although it’s a definite contender in comparison to its rivals, Barcelona and Madrid. There are 800,000 people living in the historical centre, 1.5 million living within the city itself and 2.5 million living within its metropolitan area.

In our opinion it is better than Madrid or Barcelona as it has more to offer than you would ever believe, scratch the surface and you´ll find out. After living in this beautiful place for over thirteen years we know the secret to its growing success.

To start with, Valencia has a wonderful climate and with over 22,000 hours of sun on average every year, it is easy to see why so many Europeans come to live here. The sunshine makes such a difference to your day, although many of us take the sun for granted, it has a positive impact on your wellbeing.

With three beaches within walking distance of the city centre: Las Arenas, Malvarrosa and El Cabañal. The restaurants and tapas bars along the promenades offer the best rice dishes like paellas, all cooked in the traditional way over a fire. There is a huge choice of seafood and a variety of trendy cocktail bars and restaurants to sit, relax and take in all the sights.

If your prefer to eat in the city centre, you can take the 45 minute walk or the 20 minute metro ride into the city. The centre is steeped in history starting with the cathedral that dates back to 1262. If you wish to climb the 207 steps up to the top of the Micalet, your reward for doing so is the best panoramic views of the city.

Valencia’s rich history is evident everywhere, you just have to know where to look. The Torres de Serranos in the north of the city are still standing today although they were built between 1392 and 1398 and restored between 1893 and 1914. They are evidence of Valencia’s huge castle wall that was constructed 1,000 years ago to deter the armies of other invaders.

Despite it’s rich and colourful history, Valencia has many modern areas, just take a look at the City of Arts and Sciences, home to a host of amazing buildings including Europe’s biggest aquarium: The Oceanografic, the Science Museum, the 3D IMAX cinema: the Hemisferic, the concert hall that houses Valencia’s orchestra: The Palau de les Artes. Scratch the surface and there´s a lot more to discover!

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May 27

Goa for the Honeymooners Best Resorts to Consider

uiHere is a list of the finest resorts in Goa that you can consider for an ideal post-wedding setup, and to take away heaps of memories full of bliss.

1. Dona Sylia Resort

This is a lovely beach facing resort in Goa, set on the Cavelossim Beach. The rooms here blend the Mediterranean appeal with the casual soul of Goa. Inside the resort, the winding pathways take you through the trees. It is a romantic ordeal to be kissed by the intermittent beams of the sun that battle to discover a place through the thick tree roads. Make your honeymoon trip charming and unwinding at this resort. Be surrounded by naturalistic components and give the restorative impacts of the ocean a chance to give you comprehensive energies.

2. Alila Diwa Resort

You can get delightful views of the Arabian Sea from the Alila Diwa Resort. It is set in the midst of rich greenery and guarantees an experience like no other. The architectural style here has the authentic Goan feel. Be it the verandahs or the yard, the hospitality of Goa can be best seen at this very spot. Be it the space, solace, atmosphere, food, facilities, etc., there’s a great deal you can expect out of this spot.

3. Goa Marriott Resort and Spa

This resort is one of the finest in Goa. The Goa Marriott Resort and Spa offers great civilities for its guests. Situated in Panaji, each architectural part of this resort never stops to stun you. This resort is prevalent with relaxation, business, and honeymooners in Goa. The resort is just 28 kilometers from the Dabolim International Airport and has three stories, with more than one hundred and fifty rooms.

4. Park Hyatt Resort

Located in the picturesque settings of touristic Goa, providing you with 5 star accommodation facilities, the Park Hyatt Resort is located on the Arossim Beach, some 15 minutes from the Dabolim airport. The architecture of this resort is sensational no doubt. The Indo-Portuguese designing qualities are tangible. The guestrooms are furnished in a way as to give a spa experience right in the showering zone of your own room. Now this sounds seductive, doesn’t it?

5. Taj Exotica Resort

The view of the Arabian Sea from this resort is simply mind-boggling. The resort is designed utilizing the Mediterranean compositional style. There is a mesmerizing impact that this resort has on you the moment you enter it. The vibe and environment inhale style of unwinding that is irresistible. If at any point, one had to describe in a painting how relaxation feels like, the Taj Exotica Resort would fit that portrayal effortlessly.

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May 27

Exploring the Exquisite Cities

t5About London and Berlin

Opulent history, dazzling nightlife and scenic beauty are some of the features of the capital city of England and United Kingdom, London. Set on the River Thames, London is also the most populous city of England. London is a leading global city and one of the world’s leading financial centers. It has the fifth-or sixth-largest metropolitan area GDP in the world depending on measurement and is also considered a world cultural capital.

The capital city of Germany with a population of around 3.5 million people is the second most populous city and seventh most populous urban area in the European Union. It is a popular world city for culture, politics, media and science. The city is highly popular for its unique festivals, diverse architecture, dazzling nightlife, contemporary arts and a high quality of living. Over the past decade, it has also seen the emergence of a cosmopolitan entrepreneurial scene.

Tourist Attractions

London offers so many sightseeing and touring opportunities that almost everybody can find something to savor. Some of the prime attractions in the city include British Museum, National Gallery, V&A – Victoria and Albert Museum, Tower of London, Big Ben, Churchill War Rooms, Houses of Parliament, St. James’s Park, Natural History Museum, Wallace Collection, Hyde Park, Westminster Abbey, Borough Market, The London Eye, Brick Lane Music Hall, Regent’s Park, Camden Lock Market, The Courtauld Gallery, Up at The O2, The Royal Air Force Museum London, Royal Opera House, Bomber Command Memorial, Westminster and Sky Garden.

In Berlin also, you can find a number of attractions available to your delight. Some of the prominent ones include Reichstag Building, Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor), Berlin Philharmonic, Memorial of the Berlin Wall, Pergamon Museum, Topography of Terror, The Holocaust Memorial – Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Museum Island, German Historical Museum, Gedenkstaette Berlin-Hohenschoenhausen, Tiergarten, Potsdam’s Gardens, Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin Cathedral, Friedrichstadt-Palast, Gemaldegalerie, East Side Gallery, Neues Museum, Treptower Park, Classic Remise Berlin, Palace of Tears, German Museum of Technology Berlin (Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin), Gesundbrunnen Bunker and Zoologischer Garten (Berlin Zoo).

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit London is in spring when the temperatures are milder and the city’s parks are green and blooming. The best time to visit Berlin is from May to September when the climate is ideal.

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May 27

Savor in Exquisiteness of the Big D

skkAbout Dallas

Striking architecture, dazzling streets and stunning greenery are some of the attributes of a major city in the state of Texas, Dallas. It is the largest urban center of the Dallas metropolitan area which is the fourth most populous metropolitan area in the United States.

It has also been ranked ninth in the country and third in Texas after Houston and San Antonio. The city also happens to be ranked the third-largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the country. In the latest rankings as released in 2013, Dallas was graded as a “beta plus” world city by the Globalization and World Cities Study Group & Network and 14th in world rankings in terms of GDP by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

Tourist Attractions

The affluent city of Dallas offers so many sightseeing and opportunities that you will be flooded with choices. The art and history buffs will find a lot to explore with Dallas Museum of Art, The Sixth Floor Museum/Texas School Book Depository, The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, Perot Museum of Nature and Science Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District, Nasher Sculpture Center, Old Red Museum, Frontiers of Flight Museum and Dallas Holocaust Museum.

The nature adorers can cherish the numerous scenic spots such as Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, White Rock Lake Park Klyde Warren Park, Dallas World Aquarium and Fair Park. The wildlife lovers can discover some wonderful species of fauna at the Dallas Zoo.

Some of the other major attractions include Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Pioneer Plaza, Dallas Cattle Drive Sculptures, Reunion Tower, American Airlines Center Bishop Arts District, Southern Methodist University, Highland Park Village, Katy Trail, NorthPark Center and John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza.

For the gluttons looking to relish some mouthwatering meals, The French Room, Rise no. 1 Jimmy’s Food Store, Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill, Pappas Bros. Steakhouse and Truluck’s Seafood, Steak, and Crab House are the perfect destinations. While for the party rockers, The Centurion Lounge, Kung Fu Saloon Round Up Saloon, Four Corners Brewing Company, The Balcony Club, and Sons of Hermann Hall are the best spots to spice up their nights.

Best Time to Visit

September to November is the best time to visit Dallas, with moderate temperatures, the visitor’s traffic on the lower side and the Texas State Fair in its full swing. If you are lucky, you can also find some cheap flights to Dallas.

Major Airport

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), is the primary commercial airport serving Dallas and is the third busiest airport in the world by aircraft movements and the ninth busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic.

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May 16

Exploring the Cultural Festivals of Ooty

bgIf one is trying to find an escape from the hectic life of the city, then travelling to the beautiful hills of Ooty is perhaps the best way to take a break. Lying in the Nilgiri district, Udhagamandalam or Ooty appears like a heaven. The atmosphere and landscape of Ooty, that consists of lush grasslands, cool weather with towering blue mountains of the Nilgiris all around, keeps attracting tourists all round the year. Apart from all the natural grandeur the hill station’s culture, which is best expressed through its festivals, is a must see. Mentioned here are some of the famous ones, you should definitely become a part of. You can easily find Ooty tour packages from Chennai or Bangalore to enjoy a tour of the hill station.

Vegetable Show – Held at Nehru Park, the Vegetable Show (as the name suggests) is a wonderful expression of the local culture through dancing, music, drama and artwork. Every year Ooty gears up for this event which also sees amazingly decorated Botanical Gardens, Rose Gardens, Sim’s Park, Ooty Lake, and the Pykara Lake to welcome the tourists. Flower shows and boat races are the major highlights of this magnificent occasion. Travel agencies and resorts offer special discounts and additionally ensures infrastructural conveniences to welcome the guests.

Crazy Festival – As the name suggests, the Crazy Festival is a really mad ensemble of music, arts and dance. A three-day event, the festival showcases an impressive lineup of contemporary and traditional musicians, artists and dancers performing at the royal Fernhill Palace. A large gathering of fans and artists from all over Tamil Nadu and neighbouring cities, you’ll enjoy a fantastic time with music, food and enthralling performances. Since its beginning in 2012, its popularity has increased manifold and has become a significant contributor to Ooty’s economy.

Tea and Tourism Festival – Another three-days event, the Tea and Tourism Festival is held in the month of January. The festival is jointly organised by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and Tamil Nadu Tourism Department. The main purpose of the festival is to foster tourism and growth in the Nilgiri tea business. Music, dancing and other cultural programmes are the highlights of the festival tourists along with showcases of actions that’d felicitate the business for tea planters. You can also learn about the various tourist places in Ooty and how to reach them.

Flower Show – The Flower Show is part of the large Summer Festival which is organised by civic authorities of Ooty at the Botanical Gardens. This banquet of flowers showcases more than 10,000 floral varieties alluring a lot of visitors.

Summer Festival – A huge festival which is organised for an entire month at multiple locations, the Summer Festival should not be missed from your itineraries. May is marked as an important month by the Tamil Nadu Department of Tourism, and sees various events which attract a large number of tourists. So, if you’re planning a tour of Ooty, then plan it around the Summer Festival.

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April 16

Fun London Walking Tours

s3While you will find the hop on and hop off bus when visiting London, some of the best tours are the walking tours. These tours are affordable and also ensure that you don’t miss anything when visiting London. With some tours, you only get to see certain things, but with a walking tour, you walk the streets, you see the architecture and you get the complete tour experience.

Harry Potter Walking Tour

The Harry Potter Walking Tour is perfect for children and adults alike. You get to walk in the steps of the fictional wizard with expert guides who will take you through the streets of London, showing you some of the top sites that the books were based on. See the buildings in person, including Diagon Alley and the Ministry of Magic, to name a few.

The tour is brimming with references to the books, along with a few fun facts. Some of the sites you will visit include Downing Street, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Westminster, Scotland Yard Place, Leadenhall Market and so much more.

Jack the Ripper Walking Tour

This tour is not suitable for children under the age of twelve. If you are looking for an interesting and fun guided experience, then this may be the one you are looking for. Jack the Ripper walked the streets back in 1888 and came to be one of the most feared criminals in the world. This tour brings this history back to life, an evening of interest and adventure as you make your way down the alleys and side streets, focusing on some of the scariest murders that shocked London many years ago.

The Hidden City Walking Tour

The Hidden City Tour shows you the hidden secrets of London. You may be wondering what is hidden under the streets. This tour will provide you with unusual aspects of the city dating back two thousand years. This is a two hour tour and you will not be disappointed as you explore the London Stone, Postman’s Park, various narrow lanes and hidden alleys and Ebenezer Scrooge House, to name a few of the locations you can expect to explore during this two hour tour.

Chinatown, Piccadilly Circus and Soho Walking Tour

This guided tour gives you insight into a completely different side of London. This part of London is busy, bustling, noisy and a lot of fun and you will experience all of this as you take to the streets with an experienced tour guide.

Explore beautiful Soho Square and visit the hidden shops and boutique stores. Enjoy the cobbled streets and small alleys. The tour covers a full range of buildings and history from Golden Square to Soho Market and the famous Chinatown to Piccadilly Circus. Visit David Bowie and Paul McCartneys recording studios along with so much more. This tour guarantees to be fun and exciting for the whole family.

Family Walking Tour of Kensington

Walking tours are a great opportunity to entertain the children when visiting the city. Kensington is brimming with exciting experiences for children. This is an educational tour which is filled with fun facts for the kids. This is ideal for children from six years and older and covers the National History Museum, the Science Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum and Royal Albert Hall. Explore the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain and see the Peter Pan statue. This walking tour will also take you to Kensington Palace and Hyde Park for some fun and relaxation.

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March 25

Why Is Cleveland, Ohio An Amazing City For Millenials?

vvuOhio was listed as one of the most popular states Americans are moving to in 2016. The cities in the great Midwestern state are beginning to catch the eye millennials that are looking for a place to settle with better housing prices and an exciting economy. One of those cities is Cleveland: a city on the rise. Here are some cool and interesting facts you should know before you decide to make your move to Cleveland, Ohio.

1. No one bats an eye at a little snow. Depending on where you are moving from you might already be used to having a white winter, but if your not then realize that natives in this town and handle the cold with stride.

2. The average commute in this city is 23 minutes or less. For some people used to driving through hoards of traffic every morning and evening this number is probably sounding really good right about now.

3. It’s more diverse than people think. There are 117 different nationalities that call this city home. Visit Slavic Village or Little Italy to get a taste of some good old world cooking.

4. The job market is on the rise. Downtown Cleveland has really been transforming itself over the past few years and there is a booming job market for people in the Biotechnology, Advanced Manufacturing and IT fields.

5. Who can forget the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame. This is a legendary place and people travel from all over the world to see it. Although once you are a local you might be sick of having to take all your out-of-town guests here but let’s face it, it’s still pretty awesome!

6. Being at the edge of Lake Erie, some would consider it the Midwest’s version of a coastal city. While it might not be the Pacific Ocean, there is sand and when there is sun the lake is alive with all sorts of beach time activities.

7. Say what you might about Cleveland’s sports teams but what other city has three major teams in baseball, basketball and football with all their stadiums within walking distance of each other? If you like sports this might be the perfect trifecta.

8. Local foods and local brews. Downtown Cleveland is becoming all about restaurants with locally sourced food and craft breweries galore.

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March 16

Masquerade Masks and Decadence

ftThink Phantom of the Opera, think masked balls, think period dress and painted white faces. The Venice Carnival is the annual event that boasts elegance, fun and plenty of great entertainment.

The Venice Carnival takes place every year on the picturesque islands in the province of Veneto. The Carnival begins two Saturdays before Ash Wednesday (a religious observance begins) and finishes on Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day.

Celebrations last for twelve magnificent days and nights with celebrations taking form in performance art, music, theatre, staged shows and culinary delights.

Where does it take place?

The Carnival takes place on the actual island of Venice, in the Veneto region of Italy. If you look at Italy as a boot, Venice is near the top, a train ride away from the east coast. The city isn’t far from Padua, so if hotels are too pricey in the city, then staying in Padua is your next best option.

If you’re planning on visiting Venice during the carnival, but staying in a different city in Italy, details are found below on how best to get to and from the island. But remember, as Venice is the north of Italy, don’t expect glorious sunshine during February. In fact, you may be faced with rain and strong winds so be prepared to get cold.

History of carnival in Venice

Since the 15th century, the city of Venice has been celebrating the Carnival. Historically, popular entertainment surrounding the event consisted of masked balls and other not-so-animal-friendly activities such as firing live dogs from cannons and bull-baiting.

By the 18th century, the activities of Venice lasted nearly two months into the new year, however, the event became less popular after Napoleon seized control of the city in 1797 and celebrations were completely abandoned when Mussolini prohibited people from wearing masks.

The tradition wasn’t forgotten and the Venice Carnival started again in 1979 and is now proud to be on the stage alongside Rio in Brazil and Notting Hill in London, as one of the world’s grandest carnivals and a must-see expression of decadence.

La Festa delle Marie procession

The celebrations of the Venice Carnival 2016 will start with the La Festa delle Marie procession, which goes on throughout the city. The ‘Festa delle Marie’ evokes the story of when the Venetian Doge offered twelve beautiful but humble Venetian girls fabulous jewels as a bridal dowry. This procession is presented in numerous ways but it is this occasion which celebrates and admires traditional Venetian period costumes.

The ‘Festa delle Marie’ is effectively the grand opening of the carnival on the Saturday, where a masked procession will finish at the main square, Piazza San Marco and is where the ‘Marias’ will be presented to the awaiting crowd.

Gran Ballo delle Maschere

This is the much-awaited Grand Masked Ball. It is this event which is the top highlight of the entire festival. The location of this event alters every year, but this year it will take place in the mighty Palazzo Flangini. The grand palace chosen this year does not disappoint.

Expect lots of colours, surprises and grand entertainment. An incredible banquet dinner is offered with lots of complimentary drinks of the best Italian produce. During the dinner, Venetian and fantasy characters perform during the ball.

The celebrations continue on through the night after dinner, where the ground floor hosts DJs who pipe music through a sizable sound system.

Anyone who has a proper costume, a mask and is capable of dancing the quadrilles and other various step dances, passed down through the ages is more than welcome to enter and take part.

Festa Veneziana

This is a well-loved water parade of the Carnival. With music and lots of energy, this parade will sail along the Canal Grande to the district of Cannaregio.

There, the audience can watch these magnificent and unique boats float by. It is this part of the carnival where all the gastronomic stalls are with delicacies and other food specialities of the region being on offer.

This is one of the glorious Italian foodie events which boasts the freshest, most traditional treats out there. So after enjoying the first part of the Festa Veneziana on Saturday 23rd January at 6pm at the same location, go to Rio di Cannaregio for a wander and some incredible food. Here, you really see local traditions at its best. Not to be missed.

Why the Famous Masks?

A number of the masks represent characters of the Commedia dell’Arte. The white-beaked mask is the plague-doctor. The beak resembles a doctor’s breathing apparatus that held a vinegar doused-sponge and herbs, thought to ward off the bubonic plague.

The Dogues were depicted by the “danger masks” that were allowed. They passed laws which limited their use within the carnival. If masks were worn at an alternative time of year, a severe penalty was issued.

The masks are what make the Venice Carnival so unique. Wearing a mask hides the social status (and identity) of the person behind it. With this disguised aspect, Venice briefly overthrows her social order and allows all to be seen as equal and to behave accordingly.

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March 15

7 Reasons Austin, Texas Is A Great Place To Live

vvfAustin, Texas is a city that has been creating a lot of buzz lately. Once upon a time it was under the shadow of the lone star states bigger cities like Houston and Dallas, but Austin has really made a name for itself with its quirky and unique personality. Weather it’s the vintage stores, extremely sunny weather, amazing Tex-Mex food or perhaps its pulsating music scene there are so many reason to fall in love with Austin, Texas. Here are a few reasons why you should consider moving to Austin!

1. In Austin tacos will become on of your basic food groups. Literally everything from your morning eggs to your strawberry dessert is going to now be coming to you in a small soft corn delivery system.

2. It is the live music capitol of the world. On a random Monday night Austin boasts that they have at least 30 live concerts and come the weekend it seems like you would have to stay alone in your apartment with a pillow over your head to not hear some live jams. Music events like SXSW have made a yearly pilgrimage to this city a must do for music enthusiasts everywhere.

3. This is a bike friendly city so get ready to explore downtown on one of Austin’s every expanding bikes lanes. Think of how much you will be saving each year on gas! Also this will help you to burn off all those tacos and queso you will surely be eating!

4. You will be living in an entrepreneur’s paradise. Austin is a city that really promotes the American spirits of being your own boss. Unlike other cities, it is a lot easier to get a business license and there is no personal state income tax.

5. Affordable housing means you can live like a king, well sort of. Austin has a considerably lower cost of living than most other metropolitan cities that are this jam-packed with art and culture.

6. They are completely batty here in Austin. I am not referring only to the slogan “Keep Austin Weird” but to the fact that it is home to a shocking amount of bats. The Congress Avenue Bridge is home to 1.5 million bats during March-November. This is the largest urban bat population in the world and in Austin it is definitely a ‘thing’ to watch them fly off into the night to eat an estimated 20,000 pounds of insects every night!

7. If all these other fun facts didn’t excite you and make you want to move to Austin, Forbes magazine listed it as the 4th most secure city to live in America. This takes into account crime, job opportunities, housing prices and life expectancy.

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March 12

Travel Guide – Los Angeles

ghLos Angeles is located in the Southern California on the West Coast of United States. Los Angeles is one of the most significant places to visit, in every corner you can experience a different culture.

In this guide, I’ve included the 17 things you don’t want to miss, and will take your experience to the next Level!!

1. Down Town

Down Town is the central business district of Los Angeles and home to some of the most outstanding examples of American’s civic architecture.

2. Olvera Street

Is the oldest part of Down Town in Los Angeles and also known as the Mexico town.

3. Union Station

One of the World’s greatest railway stations and the largest railroad passenger terminal in the Western United States. What makes this station famous, is that it has been featured in around 30 movies.

4. The Little Tokyo

The Little Tokyo or J-Town as the locals know it, – is the ultimate destination for some of the city’s best Japanese Restaurants. Also, home to Buda’s temples, galleries, and historical museums.

5. Walt Disney Concert Hall

This incredible piece of architecture was designed by Frank Gehry and opened back in 2003. Is the fourth hall of the Los Angeles Music Center and home to LA Phil Harmonic Orchestra.

6. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The art museum is located on Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile vicinity of Los Angeles. LACMA is on Museum Row, adjacent to the La Brea Tar Pits.

LACMA’s collections encompass the geographic world and virtually the entire history of art with more than 100, 000 objects dating from ancient times.

7. La Brea Tar Pits

At La Brea Tar Pits and George c page museum, you can explore mammals and insects dating thousands of centuries back in time. The museum has re-created a prehistoric garden.

8. Rodeo Drive

Rodeo Drive, – in the heart of Beverly Hills – The world’s most expensive and exclusive shopping area.

9. Hollywood

The world’s famous center – “The entertainment Industry”. Track down your favourite star at the Walk of Fames.

10. Griffith Park

Is one the largest and wildest urban parks in North America. Here you can enjoy panoramic views of LA. Visit the Griffith Observatory to enjoy some astonishing views. (Is steel FREE of charge).

11. Universal Studios

It is the oldest, continually running movie studio in America. It features a Theme Park based on its blockbusters movies and popular TV Shows.

The famous attraction here is the studio tour – You may have a Deja Vu here, as lots of the themes that you will see have been used on popular TV shows and movies. The theme-park is also a family-friendly, and one of the favourites parks for families!

12. Disneyland Park

This Disneyland Park It is the only theme park designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. And, since its opening, 1955, has received 630 million guests who have enjoyed in seeing the most loved Disney’s character come back to live!

13. The Port Of Los Angeles

Is the Biggest container port in the USA, and here you can find the USS Iowa Museum. The USS Iowa is a World War 2 battleship. Enjoy the experience!

14. The Aquarium Of The Pacific

At this magnificent Aquarium, you can find 500 marine species. Touch tanks & behind-the-scenes tours are available.

15. Long Beach

Was ones the birthplace of the California surfing scene. However, nowadays is ideal for families too!

16. Santa Catalina Island

Take the boat to explore the magnificent Island of Catalina. You will find thousands of visitors who want to escape the mainland for a while, and relax.

17. Santa Monica

One of the most popular resort Towns in the US. Here is the ultimate Sun, sandy beaches, and the Las Vegas Lifestyle. Get Ready for an amazing ride!

This is the Vegas Guide – If you enjoy it, make sure you like it and share it around, and if you want to add anything on the list above, comment below and let us know about it – we highly appreciate it

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