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Navigating the world’s largest metropolis—home to almost 13 million people—can be a daunting prospect for visitors. Tokyo’s maze of neighborhoods seems to offer up every imaginable sight and sound—some of them cacophonous and modern (speeding bullet trains; herds of hurrying, be-suited businessmen; bizarrely futuristic toilets), and some of them ancient (centuries-old shrines and temples; the waddling combat of sumo wrestlers). The trick here is to explore one enclave at a time; for instance, starting in Ginza or Shibuya for shopping, then heading to Shinjuku or Roppongi for nightlife. And if you get lost, just ask for help—Tokyo residents are some of the politest city-dwellers in the world.


Fish Market

Fish Market

The world's largest, busiest fish market has long been a favorite destination for jet-lagged tourists with predawn hours to fill. But the main reason for going at 5 a.m. is to catch the live tuna auctions. Before you go, however, be sure to check this website to see if public access is permitted that day. If so, it will be on a first-come, first-serve basis, and limited to 120 people, admitted in two shifts of 60. You can register starting at 4:30 a.m. at the fish information center inside the Kachidoki Gate off Harumi Street.


Tokyo Tower

Built in 1958, the tower's main sources of revenue are tourism and antenna leasing. Over 150 million people have visited the tower since its opening. FootTown, a four-storey building located directly under the tower, houses museums, restaurants and shops. Departing from there, guests can visit two observation decks. The two-storey Main Observatory is located at 150 metres (490 ft), while the smaller Special Observatory reaches a height of 250 metres (820 ft).



Meiji Shrine

Dedicated to the late 19th-century emperor who opened Japan to the West, Tokyo's most famous Shinto shrine is wonderfully serene and austere, not colorful or flashy like other Asian places of worship, and is less of a tourist trap than Senso-ji, the big Buddhist temple across town in Asakusa. The 40-foot-high (12-meter) torii gate at the entrance to the 200-acre park is made of 1,500-year-old cypress, and there's a second one like it closer to the shrine itself.




A prominent landmark of Shibuya is the large intersection in front of the station's Hachiko Exit. The intersection is heavily decorated by neon advertisements and giant video screens and gets flooded by pedestrians each time the crossing light turns green, making it a popular photo and movie filming spot.

A Shot of Mediterranean


A famously popular summer destination, Majorca guarantees a vacation to remember. The stunning port of Alcudia offers some of the best beaches on the island, while Majorca’s party capital, Magaluf, is renowned for being a lively and exciting resort, with plenty of clubs and bars to keep you entertained. Alternatively, head to Cala D’Or for a quieter atmosphere – the resort has plenty of tranquil beaches and charming fishing villages that are perfect for a relaxing break in the sun.

Costa Blanca

The perfect mix of traditional Spanish culture and cosmopolitan cities, Costa Blanca offers a diverse blend of attractions. From the vibrant nightlife of Benidorm and the cultural hub of Alicante, to the picturesque site of Mascarat that is ideal for diving and water sports, there is something for everyone. Head to the White Coast for a vast array of clubs and bars or explore the more traditional towns such as Torrevieja.

Costa Brava

Nestled on the north eastern coastline of Catalonia, Costa Brava is a beautiful coastal retreat full of charming resorts and stunning scenery. Beach lovers will enjoy Costa Dorada, which is often referred to as the ‘Golden Coast’ and with good reason – with crisp, white sand beaches and warm crystal waters, it is the ideal beach location. For those seeking a livelier holiday, Barcelona offers culture, excitement and amazing cuisine. Explore the architecture, sample the traditional culinary fare and enjoy the bustling atmosphere.


An ideal choice for a summer 2014 vacation, the Algarve appeals to families, couples and groups alike. With a beautiful natural landscape and a welcoming atmosphere, this laid-back beach location remains a popular choice with holidaymakers. With far more than just spectacular beaches, visitors can explore the traditional towns and villages, sample the local cuisine or enjoy a more active holiday of water sports or golf.


Turkey offers a holiday to suit everyone, with such a diverse range of attractions and activities to choose from. Far more than just an amazing beach location, Turkey is a fantastic choice for a relaxing break packed with culture, history and breath-taking scenery. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere in Istanbul or enjoy the thriving nightlife in Marmaris. Alternatively, head to Lara for a relaxing getaway to a charming and laid-back resort, with plenty of rugged landscapes and stunning beaches to explore.


The exciting city of Marrakech is a unique blend of iconic architecture, vibrant markets and an exotic atmosphere. A lively yet mysterious destination, it is the ideal location for a cultural break with plenty of entertaining activities to experience. Wander the maze-like streets and thriving market squares in the traditional Medina or sample the local cuisine in Gueliz, where you’ll find a wealth of restaurants and bars to explore. A must for holidaymakers who are seeking a holiday to remember, Marrakech offer the perfect mix of traditional and contemporary activities and attractions.





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