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5 Must-Visit in Inverness and the Scottish Highlands

Encompassing a broad swath of Scotland stretching from Inverness north to Thurso, Scotland’s spectacular Highlands are separated from the rest of the country by the “Great Glen”: Glen More. This ancient fault line was used to create the remarkable Caledonian Canalextending from the west coast to the east, from Loch Linnhe to the …

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5 Top Places in Glasgow

Located on the River Clyde, Glasgow has been transformed from an industrial city to the country’s cultural center and is home to excellent museums, art galleries and festivals. Its Gaelic name meaning “lovely green place” is apt name given its 70 parks and open spaces. Theatregoers, too, are spoilt for …

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8 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Iceland

Iceland, island of fire and ice, has become one of the world’s top destinations, not only with thrill-seeking adventurers, but also nature lovers looking for something different. Here you’ll discover active volcanoes, geysers, hot springs, glaciers, ice fields, and fjords, for this sparsely populated country, resting at the edge of …

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5 Best Places to Visit Sydney

For numerous visitors to Australia, Sydney is the primary destination whether they spend all their holiday time in this harbour city or head off from Sydney to Australia’s many other vacation spots. Sydney Opera House The big thing in Sydney is without doubt the Sydney Opera House. It is beautifully …

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This is how much More Flights Will Cost in 2018

Start the year off right with a visit to one of these hot, new properties around the globe. Amanyangyun, Shanghai This luxury hotel situated outside of Shanghai is the result of an ambitious conservation initiative that spanned nearly 15 years and 500 miles. Tucked away in a relocated camphor forest, …

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The Best Places to Travel Every Month of the Year

Don’t save all your vacation days for summer. Here’s where to travel every month of the year. January: Nassau, Bahamas There’s a reason so many people struggle with the winter blues during January. With days that turn into night before you’ve had time to digest your lunch, frequent snowfall, and …

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