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Top Urban Destinations
Bright lights and glamour. Trending fashion and people on the go. Places where history blends with the modern. These are the top urban destinations.
Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen is the capital city of the Kingdom of Denmark. It is a city that does a perfect job of combining classical antiquity with modern life. People have given Copenhagen honorable names such as "the Paris of Northern Europe", as the city holds many palaces, castles and other examples of ancient architecture. The whole place is completely suffused with an artistic atmosphere. As you stroll down the streets, you will see more statues than you can possibly count, along with art centers and museums. One of the city's main attractions is the Little Mermaid statue. It is located at Copenhagen's beautiful seaside promenade, Langelinie. In fact, author Hans Christian Andersen spent more than half of his life in Copenhagen and many of his most famous works were penned here.
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Shenzhen, China
Shenzhen is a modern metropolis. As China’s first Special Economic Zone, opening it up as a worldwide hub of market capitalism, as well as Hong Kong as its neighbor, the primary characteristics of the city are innovative vitality and diversity. Shenzhen lies between the ocean and the mountains. The landscape is both elegant and beautiful. Fresh air and pleasant climate like this are hard to encounter in other Tier 1 cities. Shenzhen is a comfortable place to live. This place has many theme parks, which are good places for family trips and outings with children. The numerous skyscrapers, grand architectural designs and modern buildings combine to give the city a brilliant landscape and glorious nightscape. The many creative parks, art galleries and characteristic small towns lend a lot of color to Shenzhen. The coastal area also has many kinds of entertainment such as diving, biking, walking and playing in the water at one of the swimming beaches. It is the busy city's leisure strip.
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Los Angeles, United States
The city of Los Angeles is located in California. It is both a well-known entertainment center and a city with a strong cultural atmosphere. In Los Angeles, visitors can admire the Hollywood sign in Griffith Park on Mount Lee, or visit the movie kingdom, Universal Studios, or feel the passion of the original Disneyland near the ocean. The climate of Los Angeles is exceptional all year round. Endless beaches make this area a charming place.
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Kaohsiung, China
Kaohsiung, the central city in the southern part of Taiwan, is reputed as a “romantic port city”. It is not just a massive and prosperous port city, but is also rich with fashion and culture. Liuhe Tourist Night Market and Kaisyuan Night Market are favorites of Taiwanese snack lovers, while Dream Mall can satisfy any shopping desire. You can also choose to take in the colorful sights the Dome of Light, located in the Formosa Boulevard MRT Station.
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Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City often gets unfairly excluded from the mix of great North American travel destinations, but travelers here invariably discover the Distrito Federal offers countless surprises. The formidable pre-Columbian city of Teotihuacan, located just outside the city, rivals the Pyramids of Egypt in size, beauty and historic importance. The Centro Historico, home to the Aztec Templo Mayor, is a highlight for vacationers who simply enjoy walking through the Zócalo, the world’s third largest square behind Moscow’s Red Square and Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Also atop many visitors lists of things to do is the Chapultepec park, complete with a zoo and many museums, including the National Museum of Anthropology, was regarded as one of the world’s most important museums dedicated to the field. For shopping and nightlife, check out the Polanco borough, one of the wealthiest in Mexico City – designers like Chanel and Hermes have shops here. When it comes time to use, the D.F. does not skimp on options or quality. Unique Mexican dishes and snacks like equities or Puebla can be found at institutions from your corner vendor to a five-star restaurant in the Polanco. For lodging, see in the Zona Rosa for the most reasonably priced hotels or in Polanco for swank stays.
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Moscow, Russia
Russia's capital city of Moscow is a metropolis with more than 800 years of history. The record book of the city's years contains many splendid chapters, each of which has left an indelible mark on the city's landscape in the form of magnificent buildings, parks and palaces. Red Square and the Kremlin, at the center of the city, are world-renowned symbols of Russia. Moscow is also a city with a strong cultural and artistic atmosphere. The countless art galleries will make any art lover's heart jump for joy. The works of the masters such as Ilya Repin and Vincent van Gogh can be seen in the Tretyakov Gallery and the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.
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Seoul, South Korea
Seoul is the capital city of South Korea. The temples and palaces of this city tell a long and storied history. The magnificent natural landscape and modern skyscrapers merge together to form a city which is both young and cultured. Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung Palaces are ancient palaces, while Bukchon Hanok Village and Namsangol Hanok Village are well-preserved traditional Korean villages. Seoul is a shopping paradise. In Myeong-dong, Dongdaemun Market, Sinsa-dong and Samcheong-dong, you can find all kinds of cutting-edge fashions, including clothing, jewelry and make-up. Once night falls, Seoul is even more magnificent. Climb atop the YTN Seoul Tower to feast your eyes on the city's glittering nightscape. The Han River is the background of many beloved Korean soap operas. Seoul's delicious food is not to be missed. Bibimbap, kimchi and Samgyetang (Korean ginseng chicken soup) are all delicious in their own right.
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Hamburg, Germany
Germany's second-largest city and biggest port is not shy wallflower: it has long taken pride in its history of trade with the world (and the wealth that has created) since joining medieval trading association the Hanseatic League in the Middle Ages. But despite its role as a wealthy economic stronghold, Hamburg isn't a boring, sterile business port: it's lively Reeperbahn red light district is one of the world’s most popular, filled with provocative bars, shops, and prostitutes, yet very safe for the tourist practicing common sense. Its maritime spirit shines through everywhere you look: from fantastic seafood to waterfront parks, port cruise tours to the shipping warehouse complex of Speicherstadt. It's here that you can also explore a miniature model town at Miniatur Wunderland. True to German culture, Hamburg loves its open-air markets: Rathausmarkt takes place in the central square and offers visitors a taste of authentic German food (though the American hamburger had its origins here, true Hamburger cuisine tends more to pan-fried fish and the regional pastry FranzbröThen.) The city has a long love affair with music as well, being the birthplace of Johannes Brahms and an primary incubator of the Beatles. For all its charms, Hamburg has maintained a relatively low profile on the world tourist map. Yet has plenty to dig into from historic buildings to modern theater.
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Oslo, Norway
Recently ranked the world’s most expensive city to live in, Oslo is a relatively tropical paradise among Scandinavian cities. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, the climate is generally pleasant in summer and the winters are a far cry from some of the blisteringly frigid, sub-freezing environments of her neighboring cities. With a population of just under one million including the surrounding area, Oslo is a vibrant city that has grown over the centuries into a unique and interesting culture. Dating back someone thousand years, this capital of Norway has an exceptional harbor that makes visiting via boat an enjoyable and easily scheduled way of travel. In addition to Oslo’s many museums and various parks, outdoor galleries (like the popular Vigeland Sculpture Park) make viewing the numerous examples of this rich culture very easy. Shopping, great food, and a lively nightlife are also waiting until you if you are up to it. Good quality budget food can be discovered in Torggata, and offers both local and international favorites. The surrounding countryside makes a great place for cold-weather sports like skiing and snowboarding, and the locals are tolerant of less than perfect novices.
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