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Florence Tourist Spots According to Dan Brown’s “Inferno” Novel

New York Times Bestselling author Dan Brown is no stranger to controversy after ruffling the Vatican’s feathers over “The Da Vinci Code,” in 2003. The award-winning author is back with another book, this time set in Florence, Italy. The book is not only controversial; it caused hordes of tourists to flock to Florence. In today’s post, we are highlighting a …

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The Best Tourist Spots in Maldives

The Maldives archipelago is a premier tropical getaway situated in the Indian Ocean southwest of India. The country is known for three this: its bustling tourism, fabulous beaches, and sunny climate. No wonder Maldives is one of the most popular beach gateways in the world. The Maldives has dozens of tourist spots and we are listing down five of the …

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The Hottest Spots for Paddle Boarding in Florida

Florida is the watersports capital of the United States. The Sunshine State attracts millions of tourists every year, particularly guests who love all types of water sports. Florida boasts of diverse natural landscapes such as white sand beaches, tropical forests, reefs, bays, and inlets. With 1,197 miles of coastal waters, rivers, lakes and an Intracoastal Waterway, this state has a …

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How to Prepare for a Chadar Trek

The Chadar Trek – also known as the Zanskar Gorge – is a winter trail located in the region of Zanskar in Ladakh. This trail features 600 meter high near-vertical cliffs as well as the frozen Zanskar River, which provides an access route to the Zanskar Valley. When the river is frozen over during the winter season, locals and tourists …

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Must-See Attractions in Uzbekistan

Located in central Asia, Uzbekistan is a doubly landlocked, democratic republic comprised of 12 provinces. Uzbekistan is bordered by five countries: Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, and Turkmenistan. Although the country relies heavily on agriculture, tourism is also thriving thanks to its rich heritage and Turkic, Persian and Samanid culture. Because Uzbekistan was part of the early Russian Empire (USSR), most …

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