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People usually call Sao Paulo – city of immigrants. Long ago, people moved here, ‘cos they were looking for jobs. And they found it on the Railways, in factories and on the fields. Another name of Sao Paolo is “land of drizzle”. The weather is too wet here, usually it’s raining all the time. It’s the largest city of South America, placed on Piratininga plateau. It’s surrounded by many rivers. Mainly, Sao Paulo will be interesting to those, who like historical places, museums, cathedrals. But still there are a lot of things to do here. When tourists visit Brazil for the first time, they travel to Rio, but in Sao Paulo there is a Museu de Arte, where people can see pictures of Van Gogh and Matisse; Tearto Municipal – home of Symphony Orchestra; Museu de Arte Contemporânea – with gorgeous Sculpture Garden and so on and so force. If you like parks – go to Parque da Independància and Museu Paulista in Ipiranga District. For religious people there are a whole bunch of churches and cathedrals.
Cairo. Thousands words won’t be enough to write about Cairo. The most beautiful city of the desert. Local people often call it “Masr”, same word they use to describe the whole Egypt. Always warm, Cairo loves guests. Here they can see Saccara, Giza Pyramids and Cheops Pyramid, one of the miracles of the ancient world. Legend says that an old Sphinx protects this city from ancient evil. Right under the Sphinx, there is a camel market, where real camels are sold. On Sundays, visitors can see real Bedouins coming here. Near Cairo, there is a village of Pharaohs and Al-Azkhar Park. Baron Palace, Blue Minareth, Geizira…. The list can be continued. If visitors are planning to go to Cairo, they should understand this is not a weekend trip. Cairo requires time. Cairo is filed with religion and local unique colours.
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.
Mallorca. Palma, the main town of the biggest island in Mediterranean. It is also the capital of the archipelago that consists of a great number of shallow Balearic Islands. Beauty of Mallorca bay can be compared to the bay of Naples. Both shores of the Bay are popular resort zones. Here there are long sandy beaches, rocky landscapes, and picturesque towns. The inner part of Mallorca preserves traditions, landscapes and architecture. The south-east of the island is a five-kilometer beach with resort areas. Paved pedestrian street amid tall palms runs along the beach. There are plenty of small cafes, restaurants in it. Right to the Bay there are two architectural monuments, Bellver castle is the only round castle in Spain, and the main Cathedral, built on the site of the Muslim Mosque near King’s Palace.
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.