4 Exotic Beaches with a Culture you must visit soon !

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Are you looking for your next beach vacation? How about being able to explore some of the interesting venues where you can learn about the culture and enjoy the beaches at the same time ? Here are some of our favorites;

Dubrovnik, Croatia
If you are a Game of Thrones fan on HBO, here is a place you would like to pay a pilgrimage. If you recalled the King’s Landing, Dubrovnik has it all. But even if you are not a Game of Thrones fan, that secret excitement that only Europe has to offer, one which promises beauty, history and adventure, has many to offer. Sitting on the Adriatic coastline, it has seas of the most gorgeous blue. But what’s unique about this town is that the little sailboats that dot the shores are viewable from the winding streets of a medieval town. Yup, that’s right. Dubrovnik is so old and historically important it is protected by UNESCO.

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King’s Landing in Game’s of Throne

Bali, Indonesia
Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats.
When it comes to vacations, Bali is the dream. The beaches are so white and the seas so clear. A perfect place for surfers since there a are some good decent waves. Once you’ve absorbed the beauty and peace of Bali’s beaches, we suggest you head deep, deep into its jungles in Ubud region, stumbling across many hidden temples. It is a world of spirituality like no other, with ancient mythology framing your adventures.

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Tanah Lot , Bali

Tel Aviv, Israel
Tel Aviv, a city on Israel’s Mediterranean coast, is marked by stark 1930s Bauhaus buildings, thousands of which are clustered in the White City architectural area. Museums include Beit Hatfutsot, whose multimedia exhibits illustrate the history of Jewish communities worldwide. The Eretz Israel Museum covers the country’s archaeology, folklore and crafts, and features an on-site excavation of 12th-century-B.C. ruins.
There is so much to do and see in Tel Aviv. The Israeli coast is a land of excitement in itself: once you’re done with the city’s world renowned party scene, or had some of the most delicious food you have ever eaten , you’ll have some time to explore, head two minutes south, and you will find Jaffa, an ancient Arab port which is still a thousand years away. Head twenty minutes north, and you will discover Caesarea, a beach town named after Julius Caesar and housing some of the best archaeological sites in the world. And in less than hour east, you will be in Jerusalem – one of the most religiously intense, provocative cities that exist. Again, largely untouched in hundreds of years, you won’t know what century you’re in.

Israel’s Tel Aviv

Havana, Cuba
Havana is Cuba’s capital city. Spanish colonial architecture in its 16th-century Old Havana core includes the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, a fort and maritime museum. The National Capitol Building is an iconic 1920s landmark. Also in Old Havana is the baroque Cathedral de San Cristóbal and Plaza Vieja, whose buildings reflect the city’s vibrant architectural mix.
A trip to Havana is, pretty much like a trip to 1950’s America but with a Spanish influence. The colors are vibrantly rich in culture around pretty much every corner of the streets. Not forgetting what Cuba is famous for, the country’s legendary cigars with fill up your senses. You have to go to ‘Old Havana’, Havana’s 16th century core and a key stopping point between what was seen as the ‘Old’ and ‘New’ Worlds. Be wowed by the architecture that blends between Neo Classical and Baroque. Lastly, that Cuban beaches, Lost, Dreamy and illusion. Think palm trees, ice white sand and bright blue waters.
I found some useful links here for travelling to Cuba

Havana, Cuba
Cuba’s Havana

Cartegna, Colombia
Cartagena is a port city on Colombia’s Caribbean coast. By the sea is the walled Old Town, founded in the 16th century, with squares, cobblestone streets and colorful colonial buildings. With a tropical climate, the city is also a popular beach destination. Reachable by boat are Isla de Barú, with white-sand beaches and palm trees, and the Islas del Rosario, known for their coral reefs.
Founded in 1533, it quickly flooded with royalty and key military figures, and it was a place of cultural and political significance Like Dubrovnik, it is now a UNESCO world heritage .When you combine all of the above with Cartegna’s living culture of endless festivals and celebrations, you realise it is one of the most vibrant places in the world, especially when it’s on the Carribean Sea.

Here’s some information we found useful for traveling to Colombia

Cartegna, Colombia

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