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Dubai is a modern city of two million with a futuristic skyline and an ancient heritage. One of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Dubai’s economy was built on the oil industry, but has since diversified and one of its main revenue sources today is tourism. And Dubai has the … Read Dubai Travel GuidePosted In: City, Travel Guides
San Francisco is considered one of the prettiest cities in the United States, and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. Residents are proud of its place in history: once a Spanish fort, it zoomed to prominence during the Gold Rush Days and later demonstrated its resiliency after three-quarters of the city … Read San Francisco Travel GuidePosted In: City, Travel Guides
You’ll find Mickey Mouse here; ditto for Harry Potter and Shamu. Which partly explains why nearly 50 million visitors from around the world find their way to Orlando. But Orlando is much more than famous theme parks like Disneyworld, Universal Studios and Sea World; it’s a city with scores of excellent golf courses, plus a … Read Orlando Travel GuidePosted In: City, Travel Guides
TV host David Letterman always refers to New York as “the greatest city in the world” and millions agree. Where else can you catch a show on Broadway, see the view from the Statue of Liberty, or dine on any cuisine in the world? New York glitters year-round, but it’s magnificent during the holidays: See … Read New York Travel GuidePosted In: City, Travel Guides
Singapore continues to thrive as one of the world’s leading financial and business centers, as well as one of Southeast Asia’s most popular tourist destinations. The capital city has grown exponentially in a relatively short period of time, and it now plays host to visitors from all over the world. In order to keep travelers … Read Singapore Travel GuidePosted In: City, Travel Guides