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Berlin is the symbol of united Germany with its peculiar combination of historical buildings and modern streets. Nowadays the Eastern part of it is a region of skyscrapers, trade centers and luxurious offices, and the West Berlin is a living history of the past centuries. Overall, there are more than 130 museums there: exhibition and cultural centre in the Tiergarten area, Museum Island, Charlottenburg Palace. It’s worth to mention the Museum Dahlem. There are 380,000 engravings and paintings exhibited there. The non-stop entertainment life of Berlin has always something to offer to the city visitors: three opera houses and numerous dramatic theatres, big music bands and shows. As to young people loving night life and clubs, they can always find enjoyable places for their pastime.
Brussel, Belgian Capital, this is a common fact. But not a lot of people know that Brussel is a symbol of atomic energy. The Atomium monument is put up here. This monument is a 165 billion times enlarged model of the iron molecule. As most of European capitals, Brussel is filled with museums. But take a look at something unusual: Beer Museum. This café is near one of the Beer Guild, in the basement of Grand Palace. Another place to see is “Mini Europe Park”, where 80 most important Europeans cities and more than 350 buildings are concentrated in one place. And one more face, here, right in the middle of Old Europe, visitors can go fishing and also get a fish (not just sit by the lake) in “Forêt des Soignes” or Sual Forest”, which is a great place for relaxation.
The earliest memories of Copenhagen relate to the 12th century. It used to be a fishing village of the Vikings, and even today one can find the traces of those explorers of the North. A few decades ago, Copenhagen became a growing and prosperous city, in fact the biggest one in the region. Nowadays, approximately two million people inhabit it. There are many scientific and financial centers there. This city is one of the European centers of art, with its numerous museums and historical monuments. There are many old buildings, fountains, plazas, which make Copenhagen the most visited city not only of Denmark, but Scandinavia in all. Copenhagen is also very famous for its well-known Little Mermaid statue.
Melbourne is considered to be Australia’s cultural capital. Federation Square and the Nation Gallery is a good start of the Melbourne tour.Fans of extreme sports will like the attraction "on the edge", which is located in Eureka skyscraper.If you like exotic animals such as the koala, platypus and kangaroo definitely make a stop at the zoo. Kids will love it too.Old Melbourne Gaol will delight you in the daylight and during night excursions."Penguin Parade" is another unusual attraction. Each night the penguins come out of the ocean and go to their nests. Those who visits Phillip Island will definitely enjoy it.While in Melbourne you should try a local dish, kangaroo steak, but be prepared to pay for it dearly.
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.