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Bogota, Colombia

Colombia accounts for 70% — 90% of the world’s emerald market

Bogota

Colombia accounts for 70% — 90% of the world’s emerald market

To get your bearings and to glimpse Bogota’s scale (it’s home to 8 million people and, in South America, only Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires are bigger), head up to Monserrate, a religious sanctuary set in the lush forested mountains overlooking the Colombian capital. A cable car and funicular railway offer the easiest routes up, but a refurbished footpath provides a rewarding, albeit lung-busting, way to the 3152-metre summit. Affording majestic views, the ascent takes about 90 minutes and is popular on Sundays when pilgrims flock to Mass at Monserrate’s 17th-century church.

To get your bearings and to glimpse Bogota’s scale (it’s home to 8 million people and, in South America, only Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires are bigger), head up to Monserrate, a religious sanctuary set in the lush forested mountains overlooking the Colombian capital. A cable car and funicular railway offer the easiest routes up, but a refurbished footpath provides a rewarding, albeit lung-busting, way to the 3152-metre summit. Affording majestic views, the ascent takes about 90 minutes and is popular on Sundays when pilgrims flock to Mass at Monserrate’s 17th-century church.

Wellington, New Zealand

The capital of New Zealand, while Wellington is a small city, it is an incredibly cool little capital, and exudes a large amount of character and charm.

Wellington, New Zealand

The capital of New Zealand, while Wellington is a small city, it is an incredibly cool little capital, and exudes a large amount of character and charm.

Sitting at the southern tip of the North Island New Zealand, there are many, many reasons why you should travel to Wellington, and here are just a few reasons why. Wellington is accessible. Wellington has 397,900 inhabitants. Based on population this is therefore the second largest city in New Zealand, with Auckland being the first. Unlike Auckland, however, Wellington is extremely accessible. One of the most walkable cities in the world, it is possible to get anywhere you want by foot.

Sitting at the southern tip of the North Island New Zealand, there are many, many reasons why you should travel to Wellington, and here are just a few reasons why. Wellington is accessible. Wellington has 397,900 inhabitants. Based on population this is therefore the second largest city in New Zealand, with Auckland being the first. Unlike Auckland, however, Wellington is extremely accessible. One of the most walkable cities in the world, it is possible to get anywhere you want by foot.

Marrakech, Morocco

If you are thinking of luxury holidays, Marrakech is a place to be.

Marrakech, Morocco

If you are thinking of luxury holidays, Marrakech is a place to be.

North Africa’s Morocco is a popular destination, attracting culture lovers, backpackers, adventure travelers, couples, families, foodies, and more.

Morocco has four imperial cities: Marrakesh, Fes, Meknes, and Rabat. Rabat is the current capital city. Although a modern city at first glance, it has several interesting historical attractions, such as the Kasbah of the Oudaias, the old medina, and the Hassan Tower. The gleaming Royal Mausoleum is also well worth a visit.

 

North Africa’s Morocco is a popular destination, attracting culture lovers, backpackers, adventure travelers, couples, families, foodies, and more.

Morocco has four imperial cities: Marrakesh, Fes, Meknes, and Rabat. Rabat is the current capital city. Although a modern city at first glance, it has several interesting historical attractions, such as the Kasbah of the Oudaias, the old medina, and the Hassan Tower. The gleaming Royal Mausoleum is also well worth a visit.

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Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is one of Europe’s most beautiful and romantic cities

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is one of Europe’s most beautiful and romantic cities

 

 You may not need any particular reason to visit Budapest, the Hungarian capital city. However, if you’re weighing a visit to Budapest against a visit to another European destination, consider the following reasons why Budapest is a good choice:

Many travelers talk about Budapest’s “faded beauty,” which is present in its multi-story buildings that have lacked continuous renovation or recent restoration. Several architectural styles are represented. For example, the Parliament Building is an elegant example of Neo-Gothic architecture, while Budapest’s Art Nouveau examples add to its turn-of-the-century charm.

Budapest hosts an array of festivals throughout the year, from festivals celebrating traditional food and drink, to music festivals, cultural festivals, film festivals, and more. The Summer Festival acts as a significant attraction during the hottest months of the year, while a Christmas market sees visits from Santa Claus and holiday decorations, food, and gifts.

 

 

 You may not need any particular reason to visit Budapest, the Hungarian capital city. However, if you’re weighing a visit to Budapest against a visit to another European destination, consider the following reasons why Budapest is a good choice:

Many travelers talk about Budapest’s “faded beauty,” which is present in its multi-story buildings that have lacked continuous renovation or recent restoration. Several architectural styles are represented. For example, the Parliament Building is an elegant example of Neo-Gothic architecture, while Budapest’s Art Nouveau examples add to its turn-of-the-century charm.

Budapest hosts an array of festivals throughout the year, from festivals celebrating traditional food and drink, to music festivals, cultural festivals, film festivals, and more. The Summer Festival acts as a significant attraction during the hottest months of the year, while a Christmas market sees visits from Santa Claus and holiday decorations, food, and gifts.

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is bustling, the energy is vibrant, and the food is amazing. You really can’t go wrong with visiting Japan

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is bustling, the energy is vibrant, and the food is amazing. You really can’t go wrong with visiting Japan

 

 For as bustling and crowded as Tokyo is, its people are incredibly considerate. Everything from the subways to the sidewalks is clean. You’ll notice that there are hardly any trash bins in the city, yet no one really litters. It’s considered standard to take your trash home with you in your purse or bag and throw it away there (that definitely took some getting used to — the purse I brought was way too small). People organize themselves into straight lines while waiting for the jam-packed subways, and there are even female-only cars for ladies who might feel uncomfortable standing super close to men on the extremely crowded days. But for me, the ultimate symbol of the city’s devotion to decorum was the restroom etiquette. “Bathroom sounds” are considered rude in Tokyo, so many toilets are equipped with little control pads that offer musical options for you to play while you go so that others don’t have to hear anything (I’m not kidding). My favorite was the “Jazz Piano” button because I’m old-school, but I tried out the “Wind Chimes” and “Waterfall” sound bytes as well.

For as bustling and crowded as Tokyo is, its people are incredibly considerate. Everything from the subways to the sidewalks is clean. You’ll notice that there are hardly any trash bins in the city, yet no one really litters. It’s considered standard to take your trash home with you in your purse or bag and throw it away there (that definitely took some getting used to — the purse I brought was way too small). People organize themselves into straight lines while waiting for the jam-packed subways, and there are even female-only cars for ladies who might feel uncomfortable standing super close to men on the extremely crowded days. But for me, the ultimate symbol of the city’s devotion to decorum was the restroom etiquette. “Bathroom sounds” are considered rude in Tokyo, so many toilets are equipped with little control pads that offer musical options for you to play while you go so that others don’t have to hear anything (I’m not kidding). My favorite was the “Jazz Piano” button because I’m old-school, but I tried out the “Wind Chimes” and “Waterfall” sound bytes as well.

Lima, Peru

In the north is the city of Caral, the oldest civilization of America, and to the south is the Archaeological Complex of Pachacamac

Lima, Peru

In the north is the city of Caral, the oldest civilization of America, and to the south is the Archaeological Complex of Pachacamac

Sure, Machu Picchu gets all of the attention, and of course it’s magnificent. Why else would so many people list it as their trip of a lifetime? But besides the Incas, there were plenty of other civilizations, the remains of which can still be seen in Lima. In Miraflores, you can visit Huaca Pucllana, a pyramid belonging to the Huari culture that predated the Incan empire by over a thousand years. Also to the south, you can visit Pachacamac, a massive temple complex built in 800 BCE. What’s interesting about both of these sites is how the city nearly envelopes them, with the rough hewn bricks of the pyramid walls blending into the modern skyline.

Those packaged tours rarely let you see anything beyond archaeological sites and a few “authentic” village market experiences. Cusco can be quaint, but Lima keeps it real. You see things like income disparity, resource scarcity, traffic, pollution, and the other real problems the country grapples with. If you want a more complete picture of the country you’re visiting, make an effort to visit other places besides the tour itinerary.

Sure, Machu Picchu gets all of the attention, and of course it’s magnificent. Why else would so many people list it as their trip of a lifetime? But besides the Incas, there were plenty of other civilizations, the remains of which can still be seen in Lima. In Miraflores, you can visit Huaca Pucllana, a pyramid belonging to the Huari culture that predated the Incan empire by over a thousand years. Also to the south, you can visit Pachacamac, a massive temple complex built in 800 BCE. What’s interesting about both of these sites is how the city nearly envelopes them, with the rough hewn bricks of the pyramid walls blending into the modern skyline.

Those packaged tours rarely let you see anything beyond archaeological sites and a few “authentic” village market experiences. Cusco can be quaint, but Lima keeps it real. You see things like income disparity, resource scarcity, traffic, pollution, and the other real problems the country grapples with. If you want a more complete picture of the country you’re visiting, make an effort to visit other places besides the tour itinerary.