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Argentina

The secret is out: with its beautiful scenery, cosmopolitan cities and vibrant culture, Argentina is a paradise for travelers. It extends nearly 3,500 miles from Bolivia to the tip of South America, covers a wide variety of geography and climate, and is about the size of India. Nature lovers can tour the Patagonian steppe, climbing the highest peak in South America, thousands of penguins walk and witness the most impressive waterfalls in the world. Hikers can enjoy the stunning scenery of the lush region of lakes – lakes and mountains with glorious white tip – and sampling the glaciers of Patagonia cut and painted landscapes Andean deserts. City Slickers will adore fabulous Buenos Aires, full of opportunities to learn Spanish, watch football (soccer), sultry tango and interact with dynamic and beautiful locals (residents of Buenos Aires). You’ll be out to buy designer clothes at affordable prices and eat the best beef in the world every holiday, while in the clubs all night.

Argentina celebrates its bicentennial in 2010, delighting in the 200 years of independence from Spain. Expect to visit various museums and recently renovated buildings such as the famous Teatro Colon closed popular excursions for more than two years during the facelift.

Argentina is safe, friendly and – compared to Europe or the U.S. – very affordable. Now is a good time to visit, so his spirit in the team and prepare for an unforgettable adventure!
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The Argentines can justly claim the highest peak in Latin America (Aconcagua), its greatest width of the street (July 9) and perhaps its most beautiful capital, but its beaches are nothing special. However, while the wealthy Buenos Aires to Uruguay and Brazil for the summer, most people go to the chain of resorts that dot the Atlantic coast.

Martinique

Martinique is (beach) lovers. And food lovers. And divers. And hikers. And above all, Franco-Phil. A marriage of Gallic culture and customs of the Caribbean, this overseas department of France is a sunny, slightly less crowded version of the homeland. People looking for more sophisticated pleasures, whether of the kind you put on the plate or the type is placed on a credit card will be pleased to know that good food and the latest fashions are not optional here, but a mandatory accessory where visitors congregate – especially in its capital port of Fort-de-France.

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Of volcanic origin, the island is crowned by the still-smoldering Mont Pelée, which destroyed the old capital of Martinique, St-Pierre in 1902. There are plenty of hiking and nature observation on the slopes of the volcano. And since this is known as the “Island of Flowers’ is botanical gardens tucked into the rugged landscape.

Long beaches and plenty of delicious diving are the main attractions in the south. Fishing villages dot the coast, most of them have managed to hang on your seafaring soul while offering visitors plenty to see and do.

Not much to do here, but everything happens in time in the Caribbean. Except for the northern mountains, is an exceptionally easy island to drive around. One can browse Presqu’île Caravelle in the morning and return to Fort-de-France in time (to avoid rush hours) to test the nightlife of the city in the making.

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Macedonia

Mountainous Macedonia still has an air of mystery to it. At the same time old and new, which is struggling to find its place in the postcommunist world. Orthodox monks dressed in black are just as much a part of this renewal, as the hordes of teenagers, dressed in the latest fashions in Italy, drinking coffee in the stylish bars of the capital.

For outdoor types is a paradise. His extensive jungle allows ample opportunities for hikers, climbers and skiers. Try the stunning Mavrovo National Park west of Macedonia for the best ski slopes in the country and some unforgettable mountain views. Meanwhile, the ancient ruins fascinate anyone who has any interest in history, like the monastery of Sveti Naum amazing. The culturally rich city of Ohrid is one of the highlights of Macedonia, with its beautiful lake and spiritual significance, the capital Skopje is a bustling place, where stereotypes of Eastern Europe and unexpected attractions coexist with interesting results. In summary, for a small place that is filled with something for almost everyone.

Apart from spectacular peaks of Macedonia, lakes and rivers, is the hospitality of the inhabitants of this most southern Slavic nations that will make your visit unforgettable.

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The highlight of any trip to Macedonia, Ohrid is a place of spectacular beauty, rich in history and culture. The crystal clear waters of the lake and plentiful accommodation make it a magnet for tourists in summer, making this small, quiet place, with its evocative cobbled streets dotted with picturesque churches, in a vibrant party town.

Scotland

Like an old Scottish saying already, “guidance gear comes in sma ‘Bouk’ (good things come in small packages). And despite its small size, Scotland certainly has many treasures crammed into its compact territory. There something for everyone. for the history buff, few cities compare with Edinburgh and Glasgow, for the hungry, try haggis, if necessary, but do not miss the Aberdeen Angus beef or smoked salmon from Dumfries and Galloway, or, for the thirsty, unmatched malt whiskeys from the island of Islay, or wait for Oban. No wild scenery of the islands North Highlands and cold waters, brilliant against the wash of the Outer Hebrides. nature observers find otters, eagles, whales and dolphins, while hikers have nearly 300 Munro bag.

There turbulent history and fascinating genealogy, castles and country pubs, canoeing and fit-launch, golf and fishing and versatile good range of leisure (lively conversation).

Although an integral part of Great Britain since 1707, Scotland has maintained a separate and distinct identity over the past 300 years. The return of a Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh in 1999 marked an increase in confidence and sense of pride in the achievements of the nation.

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Deep, dark, narrow Loch Ness stretches for 23 miles between Inverness and Fort Augustus. Bitterly cold waters have been widely explored in search of Nessie, the elusive Loch Ness monster, but most visitors will see only as a cardboard cutout in the exhibitions of monsters. The busy A82 road runs along the northwest coast, while the B862 is more peaceful and picturesque southeast coast. A complete circuit of the lake is about 70 miles, traveling counterclockwise of the best views.