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Barcelona is included on the list of the top-5 most visited cities of Europe. The local residents are famous for their love for art. That’s why an incredible amount of museums, monuments, churches and other sights are focused here. As a result each year Barcelona attracts millions of people appreciating the Beauty. Here you will find the ancient buildings, palaces and churches are neighboring with modern buildings in the same district. Wide streets and cozy squares make an incredible atmosphere for city walks. One should definitely go for a walk along the Ramblas street, that crosses the Old Town, named the most beautiful city in the world by Somerset Maughan. The local restaurants always offer various dishes of seafood and meat, and the crowds of people in front of them are a living proof of their high quality.
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.
Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia. This city strikes everyone with its hugeness and population. Being divided into 5 administrative centers: Northern, Southern, Western, Eastern and the Central Jakarta, it is home for more than 12 million people. It is a busy metropolis of various ethnic groups. Jakarta is absolutely a city of contrasts. Here you can observe poor streets with hundreds of fussy people and the highest skyscrapers and expensive boutiques at the same time. Being an important industrial and economic center of the country, Jakarta has a significant amount of plants and factories. Restaurants offer an exceptional Indian-Chinese cuisine: fried bananas, pickled mango, peculiar seasonings and thousands of tasty stuff.
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.
Mumbai. This great metropolis represents all beauty of India. There are no historical attractions or some great places to see, but many Heritage Buildings, Local Markets and Bazaars surely make up for the lack of them. India is quite a poor county, where most people have to work for only 1 dollar a day. But there are beautiful beaches and great climate. Bollywood is the heart of Indian cinema. Another Mumbai’s attraction are caves. At least five of them are open for tourists: Elephanta Caves, Jogeshwari Caves, Kanheri Caves, Mahakali Caves and Mandapeshwar Caves. Inner word of Mumbai can impress anyone. For those, who adore ancient battles, it will be interesting to know, that there are a lot of forts there, since Mumbai was the center of battles in the beginning of 19-th century.