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The London is a large city, the capital of the UK. Main London’s attractions are the Queen's House (Buckingham Palace), the parliament building and of course Big Ben, all located in Westminster. Visiting the museums of London can take a few days, especially since the admittance to many of them is free. But if you are interested in the life of an ordinary Englishmen, go to one of the numerous parks. Or visit London pubs and try beer from small private breweries. Boat trip on the Thames is a great tour of London and the surrounding area. Ferris wheel also called the London Eye is the highest in Europe and offers a great view of the city.
New Delhi is an official Indian capital. It’s full of forts and Palaces. One of the most impressive ones is Swaminarayan Akshardham, it’s a complex of temples, built with pink stone in 2005. Another great attraction – Indian Gates. It’s a center of the old town, a huge monument, a war memorial, and a lovely place for Bollywood Films. In New Delhi there is a unique Lotus Temple. To those, who love picnics and resting, New Delhi offers plenty of parks and ponds. If you’re looking for something really special, take your time and visit Humayun's Tomb, which looks almost like Taj Mahal. It was constructed in 1570, and since then is one of the relicts of New Delhi. The Tomb is a part of the whole complex with ponds and gardens and protected by UNESCO, as an international heritage site.
Munich is the central city of Bavaria and the 3rd largest city in Germany. The main German festival Octoberfest is held right here, in Munich. Each year about 6 million of tourists come here to enjoy the best beer in the world. Not only will those, who cannot imagine their life without beer and sausages, be attracted to this great city with a long history. Munich is a catholic city. There are plenty of cathedrals here. One of the most impressive one is Frauenkirche, Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady. Right next to it there is an English park, simply adorable place; but even inside this park you will find something related to beer again – Munich’s Best Beer Garden. This city is a complete festival. Even Christmas Holidays they celebrate with more joy, than the rest of Germany.
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.
Sydney is the biggest city in Australia. No, absolutely no kangaroos. It’s not only the biggest, but the oldest and the most beautiful one. Sydney’s history starts in the Upper Paleolithic period. First, it was British colony and then in 1900 it joined the Australian Federation. There are plenty possibilities to book daily trips to the nearest attractions, but first, visitors should see something interesting inside the city. Let’s start with Sydney Opera House, it’s protected as UNESCO Heritage Site. Sydney beaches deserve a separate article, but the only thing that will never change is the wind. It’s ideal. Each and every year million surfers come here from all over the world just to catch their best wave.