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  • The Uniform Moscow

    Moscow ©AdamBaker/flickr

    Moscow ©AdamBaker/flickr

    The Capital of Russia survived the winds of history, and it shines again

    Coming from the airport, the enormous city appears suddenly. Everything is bigger than anywhere else: the buildings, the churches, the cathedrals and boulevards. However, the grandiose architecture of the city does not put in the shadows the numerous old buildings which date back to centuries which the lively capital of Russia protects.

  • Budapest At its Finest

    The Chain Bridge with the bank of Danube at night

    The Chain Bridge with the bank of Danube at night.


    If you’re looking for both beauty and leisure, you should visit Budapest. The Hungarian capital is known for its exceptional beauty, great food and vibrant nightlife. It is one of central Europe’s most dynamic and cosmopolitan capitals. The prosperous and vast Hungarian capital offers you much diversity.

  • Stockholm, A City on Many Islands

    Stockholm City Hall @Michael Caven

    Stockholm City Hall @Michael Caven/flickr


    The capital of Sweden is the “Venice of the North”

    Stockholm is expanded on 14 islands situated between the Lake Malaren and the Baltic Sea, a true symphony of water and light during Summer time. When the shining Nordic sun reflectsin the vast waters of Stockholm, the city almost gives a Mediterranean aspect, being relaxed and calm.  It is the time when the locals invade the cafes from the sidewalks, parks and squares.

  • Hong Kong, The Coveted Wife

    The former British colony was left alone by China.

    Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong ©Ryan Li

    Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong ©Ryan Li/flickr

    If you watch the Hong Kong region at night, with its islands and gulfs, from the 554 meter high altitude Victoria Point, the view from there is undoubtedly exceptionally and catchy.

    The heliport from the skyscrapers being illuminated by projectors are outstanding. Also along the room lights from hotels, the building of the Bank of China, covered in light and easily recognized after the facade being split in immense squares and triangles.

  • Holiday Inn Express New York City 5th Avenue Cheap Hotel for $151

    Holiday Inn Express New York 5th Avenue

    Holiday Inn Express New York 5th Avenue

    The many travel deals our deal hunters bring today also include a great New York hotel deal. Book the Holiday Inn Express New York 5th Avenue by March 31 and stay in the Big Apple cheap hotel for $151 per night saving 30% off regular rates.

    You can also find below Premium Economy airfares nationwide with Virgin America from $99 one way, 5 nights Maui beach vacation with air at the Ka’anapali Beach Hotel for $899 per person, 3 nights Bahamas cruise with Norwegian from $199 per person and more. Hurry up, the best deals will sell out very quickly!

  • All-inclusive The Reserve at Paradisus Punta Cana resort for $157

    The Reserve at Paradisus Punta Cana

    The Reserve at Paradisus Punta Cana

    Here we come with another one in the line of great all-inclusive resort on the Caribbean. Book The Reserve at Paradisus Punta Cana and pay only $157 per night saving as much as 55% off of regular prices. 

  • Buenos Aires, The Capital of Tango

    The Congress hall ©Hernán Piñera

    The Congress hall ©Hernán Piñera/flickr

    Buenos Aires has the largest boulevards in the world and gives you the rhythm of tango 

    Los Portenos, or also known as the people born and raised in Buenos Aires, claim that  Avenida 9 de Julio, the main boulevard, is the largest in the world yet probably also the most trafficked. Numerous “colectivos”, the public transport buses are also at the same time symbols of the city.

  • Singapore – Amazing Place

    Singapore Cityscape ©William Cho

    Singapore Cityscape ©William Cho/flickr

    The Island state Singapore is a classic example of a multicultural life

    First encountering Singapore is one of a kind. The high and business skyscrapers at both sides of the river are all identical that can be seen in most big metropolises, but neither of them has the hygiene and cleanliness like Singapore.

  • The Forbidden City

    A Garden in the Forbidden City, Beijing ©Peter F./flickr

    A Garden in the Forbidden City, Beijing ©Peter F./flickr

    The people from Beijing were forced to keep distance from the Imperial Palace and from the “center of the world”.

    An enormous task was given even in Chinese standards: 100.000 workers, craftsman like painters, carpenters, sculptors, bronze and golden smiths were all brought to construct a new residence for the emperor Yung-lo of the Ming dynasty on the flat grounds of Beijing. The work started in 1407 and it was finished in 1420, resulting in an exemplary city filled with palaces, pavilions, receipt halls and interior yards all covered with water ditches.

  • All- inclusive Dreams La Romana Resort and Spa for $124

    Dreams La Romana resort

    Dreams La Romana resort

    La Romana is one of the most popular destinations on the Caribbean and one of the most beautiful ones too. So book the Dreams La Romana Resort and Spa for $124 per night and spend your vacation there saving over 35% on your cheap hotel compared to current rates. 

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