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Martinique, Fort-de-France

Martinique is an overseas region of France. The national legislature is in Paris and the regional legislature is in Fort-de-France. Martinique is an island of outstanding beauty, quaint seaside villages, colonial ruins, rainforests and beaches. Madiano or "Island of Flowers," is the Carib name for the island and hibiscus, bouganville and bird of paradise grow in lush profusion everywhere. Fort-de-France is a bustling, cosmopolitan town with an unmistakable French air. A piece of New Orleans, a piece of French Riviera, with ornate wrought-iron balconies, palm trees and narrow streets cluttered with boutiques and caf├Ęs.


Royal Swedish Opera

Stockholm found in Sweden

The Royal Swedish Opera presents about 60 percent opera and 40 percent of ballet. Each season there are up to 15 opera productions and 5 ballet productions. At the back of the opera is the Kings garden, one of the oldest city parks here in Stockholm.


Au Chat Noir

Geneva found in Switzerland

Au Chat Noir is located in the district of Carouge in Geneva. It is full every evening except on Sundays and Mondays. On the small stage near the bar there occur almost on a daily basis, many acts. The bar has a very good reputation and has been going for more than 20 years due to the high quality program. Here you can enjoy a drink at the bar with great live music. Opening times Tuesday - Saturday 18h00 - 04h00.


Copley Square Hotel 4*

Boston found in America

The Copley Square Hotel is located in the Back Bay district and is a family-friendly hotel. Copley Place, Prudential Center (shopping and eating) the Prudential Tower, Boston Pops Orchestra and Boston Symphony Hall are all in the area. The 147 rooms furnished in a modern style and is equipped with air conditioning and Internet access. Dining options in the Copley Square Hotel is an American restaurant, bar/lounge. $$ - $$$


The Olive Tree

Bruges found in Belgium

In the Olive Tree restaurant you can enjoy authentic Greek cuisine, fresh and very tasty. The restaurant has a wonderful decor and is located very centrally.

Annual Events

Feria del Malaga

Malaga found in Spain

This nine day festival is a celebration of Spanish culture and history. There are ample food stalls offering Spanish delicacies, music, street entertainment, flamenco and firework displays. This is a must for lovers of Spanish culture and tradition. Dont miss this one.


Wyndham's Theater

London found in United Kingdom

Wyndham's Theater is one of two famous theaters that were built for actor-manager Charles Wyndham. The theater is used for musicals and shows and many famous world premier shows have taken place here. At the minute Abigail's Party is playing, a classic comedy. For more info, visit the Theater Land Website.


Via Montenapoleone

Milan found in Italy

Via Montenapoleone, is the most luxurious shopping streets of Milan. Here you will find the flagship stores of leading fashion brands. Via Montenapoleone is considered the most expensive street in Milan. Who ever wants to go shopping here, should have a well-filled purse. However, it is well worth coming just for a stroll along the street

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Rome found in Italy


The Liver Birds

Liverpool found in United Kingdom

Opened in 1911, the building is the purpose-built home of the Royal Liver Assurance group, which had been set up in the city in 1850 to provide locals with assistance related to losing a wage-earning relative. One of the first buildings in the world to be built using reinforced concrete, the Royal Liver Building stands at 90 m (300 ft) tall. It was the tallest storied building in Europe from completion until 1934 and the tallest in the United Kingdom until 1961. The Royal Liver Building is now however only the joint-fourth tallest structure in the City of Liverpool, having been overtaken in height by West Tower, Radio City Tower and Liverpool Cathedral.

This is a definate highlight of this city you must see it to believe it