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Budapest is such place, where people come back again and again. Long time ago Buda, Obuda and Pest were split apart. In 1873 they decided to create one bit strong city and they achieved an official status of “Spa city” in Europe. That’s because of the thermal spas all over it. Local people call it “Eastern European Paris”. Whenever guests come here, they take swimming suites with them, even in winter time. Here they can swim in the biggest bath “Széchenyi fürdő” in Europe. In local restaurants you will not find any oil, chefs use only fat in cooking. On Danube shore there is a place, where a lot of metal shoes are set near the water. It’s a memorial of Holocaust. Kids usually spend time in a “petting zoo”, where they can play with peacocks. By the way, Budapest has the first memorial of Steven Jobs.
The modern capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin is one of its oldest towns, and its long history and interesting sites always attract many tourists. The city was founded by the Vikings in the mouth of the River Liffey in the 9th century. Modern Dublin amazes with the splendor of its fashionable neighborhoods with a rich architecture of the 18th century, the beautiful mansions and houses of Georgian era, wide streets and squares, picturesque parks and boulevards. Its main street, O'Konnol Street, repeatedly destroyed and restored from ruins, beautifully displays the historical identity of the city, presenting a patchwork of styles, cultures and eras. Dublin is famous for its public parks, the oldest university in Ireland called Trinity College, and many other attractions.
Edinburgh seems to be one of the most unique cities in the United Kingdom. Founded in 10-11th centuries, it is the capital city of Scotland and is surrounded by a castle and several adjoining streets. Edinburgh amuses with the abundance of its attractions. More than 15000 buildings are listed as very important historical and architectural structures. The Old Town preserved its appearance from the middle ages. The main street called Royal Mile is situated in it and surrounded by narrow alleys, old houses with small windows and small shops. The New Town is a quarter with the classical buildings of the 18th century. Old and new cities are interconnected with a bridge that runs over the beautiful gardens.
One of the young cities in Montenegro, Budva, is also called city of beaches. Of course, guests come here first of all to enjoy shores and swimming activities. But Budva also has architectural attractions. The most beautiful place for sight-seeing is Big Citadel in the Old Town. There are a lot of old cathedrals and churches, most of them are in byzantine style. An interesting place to visit is St. Nikolas Island. It’s absolutely desolate. The only building there is a church, which was built in 16th century. Locals call it “Hawaii”. Couple of hours drive from Budva, there are two canyons, Tara, the deepest canyon in Europe, and Moracha. Also near Budva there is old fortress Kosmach. From the fortress, guests can see the entire coast from St. Stefan to Budva. And while Kosmac lost its value long time ago, it is still worth to climb there to enjoy the view.
Luanda is the capital of the African country of Angola. The city was a Portuguese colony for a long time. The port of the city was a center of the slave trade. In the about three million of black people were exported from here. Few years ago the city was recognized as the most expensive capital of the world. Production of oil and diamonds created here expensive housing market. If you enjoy boat tours, go to Mussulo Island. You also should attend a national park or the ancient port. There are coffee plantations in the vicinity of Luanda. Wildlife lovers can visit the savannah. Also it is worth trying spicy local cuisine.