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Top 15 Places To Go For A Vacation In 2016

The New Year is often the best time to consider planning your holiday. To help you pick from the many different places across the world, we have compiled the 15 best places you can visit in the upcoming year. You won t find regular haunts such as Bangkok or London on this list. If you do find them (Paris and Dubai for example) then the reasons for visiting these places are not why you would consider them in the first place. So sit back, go through this article and create your own travel wishlist.

1. Paris, France

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Don t go to Paris just to see the Mona Lisa and the Eiffel Tower. Go there to show that terror attacks on the city have not shaken your will to visit the City of Light. The country is still under a state of emergency but attractions have opened and are welcoming visitors once again. There is enough to keep you interested in Paris for at least a week with its many attractions and the second-highest number of Michelin star restaurants in the world.

Go now and show your support for the city rather than just changing your display picture on Facebook.

2. Prague, Czech Republic

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The capital city of the Czech Republic is also one of the biggest cities in Central Europe. Travel here to fall in love with a quintessential European city with its enchanting bridges and statues, cathedrals and towers. Prague is one of the few cities that survived bombing during the Second World War and retains its former glory that is best explored with your feet. Its historic centre, in fact, was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 1993.

3. Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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London is pass . Okay, maybe not. But there is no denying that London has been hogging the limelight for far too long when it comes to the United Kingdom. Venture outside London and take the train straight to Scotland s capital city Edinburgh.

Stay near the Royal Mile and explore the wondrous joys of the city. From its medieval castle to its modern Parliament building, there s something for everyone in Edinburgh. The best part? The glens and lochs of Scotland are only a couple of hours away from the city.

4. Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin s rise on the world stage is overdue. The lively city is a magnet that draws in every traveller. From the world-famous Trinity College to the literary giants who called the city home and its bustling nightlife, the options in Dublin are endless. Of course, if it all gets too much, the Guinness distillery is in town as well for a pint or two and you can spend another evening exploring the Emerald Isle s many other attractions.

5. New York, USA

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The Big Apple is a perennial travel favourite. The sheer amount of options on offer in the city s five boroughs is enough to keep coming back to America s most populous city. From its world-famous skyline to its ever-evolving cultural scene and excursions that take in the Statue of Liberty and other famous sights, there is more to do in New York than you imagine. Not to mention, the city is also home to several fashion boutiques and is the best place to get your hands on your favourite designer s suit and accessories.

6. Macchu Pichu, Peru

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When American historian Hiram Bingham showed the ruins of Macchu Pichu for the first time to the outside world in 1911, it immediately became a must-visit destination. The hike to Macchu Pichu s ancient Inca stronghold is still a must-visit attraction and a testament of your physical strength as the ruins can be reached only after a strenuous hike. Consider visiting the site as soon as possible as the UNESCO is considering putting Macchu Pichu on its list of World Heritage in Danger soon because of growing number of tourists and the Peruvian government s outrageous plans of modernising the site.

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Bali, Indonesia

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It is difficult to think of Bali beyond its beaches. But the rewards of doing so are far and wide. The Island of the Gods demands more exploration, best done on a two-wheeler, to appreciate its many splendid temples, rice terraces and dance performances tucked away in the corners of the island. A deeply spiritual place, make sure you visit places like Ubud, Lovina and Nusa Penida to explore its unique culture.

8. Madrid, Spain

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Because Barcelona is brimming with tourists all the time, locals are pressurising authorities to curb the number of arrivals in the city. Madrid, on the other hand, is as cool and hip as ever, inviting tourists to explore its various gems such as the Plaza Mayor and the El Prado Museum to name just two. Moreover, Madrid is the perfect base to get to other Spanish gems such as Granada, Valencia and Seville as well as the remote Canary islands if it catches your fancy. And oh, did we mention the fabulous nightlife of the city?

9. Monaco City, Monaco

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It s possible to enjoy Monaco without being a highroller or an F1 enthusiast. The tiny city-state straddling the French and Italian Riviera is one of the most famous places on the planet. Stay in nearby Nice and visit Monaco Ville and the Prince s Palace as well as the superb Exotic Garden and Oceanographic Museum for a full day and then sit at a local bar near Port Hercule to watch the private yachts while high-speed cars zoom by.

10. Buenos Aires, Argentina

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More than halfway across the world from India, Buenos Aires, capital of the Argentine Republic, literally means Good Airs in Spanish. One of the largest cities in Southern America, Buenos Aires is divided in many different districts, each with their own characteristic feature. It has beautiful cobblestone streets on San Telmo, a lively district in La Boca, French architecture at Recoleta as well as high-end shopping at Microcentro. Needless to say, there s plenty to do in Buenos Aires.

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Cape Town, South Africa

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The legislative capital of South Africa and the second-largest city in the country, Cape Town is geared towards adventure junkies. From seal snorkelling, shark cage diving, freediving, hiking Table Mountain and climbing Lion s Head, the options for adventure activities can keep you occupied for days on end. Remember to spend your last day with a visit to nearby Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years.

12. Melbourne, Australia

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Melbourne is the melting pot of Australia s many cultures. Here you will find Victorian-era architecture jostling with hip cafes and museums and galleries to stoke you indoors and large parks and gardens outdoors. And if you are a cricket fan, there is no better time to visit the city than when a match is underway at the world-famous MCG. Whenever you decide to visit you will find that Melbourne is a huge city that will captivate you in more ways than one.

13. Suva, Fiji

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Suva is the capital of Fiji and the main island of the country. Of course, getting there is slightly difficult because of limited and pricey flight options. But the pleasures of simply kicking back and relaxing by the sea cannot be dismissed. As an Indian tourist, you are entitled to a free visa in Fiji. The local influence of Indians can be found in the local food as well as theatres screening the latest Bollywood movie. Try to catch a bite at Ashiyana or Singh s Curry House while in Suva and do watch a local dance performance.

14. Dubai, UAE

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Visiting Dubai is as old as the hills. So why are we endorsing you to visit this place? Well, because Dubai is constantly reinventing itself and giving us more and more reasons to come back and check it out. With the Dubai shopping festival set to return in a few days, the city is already on the wishlist of many Indians. Add to it the opening of a new Safari Park and IMG s World of Adventure, the world s largest indoor theme park and suddenly there are more reasons than ever to check out the ever-evolving city.

15. Palawan islands, Philippines

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Here s our final pick. Imagine the sea with all the shades of green you can imagine. Imagine floating in a boat with limestone karsts peeking at you as you pass by.

Imagine nothing but solitude as you drift through the Philippines last ecological frontier. Little wonder then that this place has been named the world s best island multiple times. We ve tempted you already, we see.

Happy holidays to you!

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Marriott buys rival hotel chain Starwood for $12.2 billion

Scott Mayerowitz, Ap Business Writer

Updated 4:59 am, Monday, November 16, 2015

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FILE – This Monday, April, 28, 2014, file photo, shows a Marriott hotel in Cranberry Township, Pa. Marriott International announced Monday, Nov.

16, 2015, it is buying rival hotel chain Starwood for $12.2 billion in a deal that will secure its position as the world’s largest hotelier.

FILE – This Monday, April, 28, 2014, file photo, shows a Marriott hotel in Cranberry Township, Pa. Marriott International announced Monday, Nov.

16, 2015, it is buying rival hotel chain Starwood for $12.2

FILE – In this Wednesday, July 31, 2013, file photo, the logo for the W Hotel, owned by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, is seen in New York’s Times Square. Marriott International announced Monday, Nov.

16, 2015, it is buying rival hotel chain Starwood for $12.2 billion in a deal that will secure its position as the world’s largest hotelier.

FILE – In this Wednesday, July 31, 2013, file photo, the logo for the W Hotel, owned by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, is seen in New York’s Times Square. Marriott International announced Monday, Nov.

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20. Sydney, Australia

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19. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

19. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

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18. Tokyo, Japan

18. Tokyo, Japan

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17. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

17. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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16. New York, U.S.

16. New York, U.S.

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

15. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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14. Jerusalem, Israel

14. Jerusalem, Israel

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13. Edinburgh, Scotland

13. Edinburgh, Scotland

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12. Doha, Qatar

12. Doha, Qatar

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11. London, U.K.

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London, U.K.

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10. Hong Kong, China

10. Hong Kong, China

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9. Los Angeles, U.S.

9. Los Angeles, U.S.

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7. (tie) Miami, U.S.

7. (tie) Miami, U.S.

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7. (tie) Chicago, U.S.

7. (tie) Chicago, U.S.

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6. Tel Aviv, Israel

6. Tel Aviv, Israel

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5. Zurich, Switzerland

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4. Dubai, United Arab Emirates

4. Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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3. Milan, Italy

3. Milan, Italy

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2. Geneva, Switzerland

2. Geneva, Switzerland

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NEW YORK (AP) Marriott International is buying rival hotel chain Starwood for $12.2 billion in a deal that will secure its position as the world’s largest hotelier.

The stock-and-cash deal, if completed, will add 50 percent more rooms to Marriott’s portfolio and give it more unique, design-focused hotels that appeal to younger travelers.

The new company would have 5,500 properties with more than 1.1 million rooms around the world, uniting Starwood’s brands, which include Sheraton4, Westin, W and St. Regis, with Marriott’s two dozen brands including Marriott’s Courtyard, Ritz-Carlton and Fairfield Inn5.

The next-largest hotel company is Hilton Worldwide with 4,400 properties and about 720,000 rooms.

Back in April, Starwood announced its board was exploring strategic options for the hotel company. The Stamford, Connecticut, company has struggled to grow as fast as its rivals, particularly in “limited service hotels,” smaller properties which don’t have restaurants or banquet halls. They are often located on the side of the highway, near airports or in suburban office parks.

There was speculation in the markets about a potential deal with Discount Holidays © Holiday Inn6 owner Intercontinental Hotels Group7 and more recently Hyatt Hotels8 Corp. But in the end, it was Marriott who prevailed.

The deal comes at a time of record hotel occupancy and rates.

During the first nine months of this year, guests filled 67.3 percent of the available rooms in the U.S., according to research firm STR. That’s the highest level since STR started collecting data in 1987. Guests paid an average of $120.35 a night so far this year. The prior record, adjusted for inflation, was $119.70 in 2008.

Marriott, based in Bethesda, Maryland, has been aggressively growing. In April, it acquired Canadian chain Delta Hotels9 and Resorts, helping it become the largest hotel company in Canada.

The boards of both companies approved the acquisition unanimously, which now must be approved by investors in both hotel chains.

Arne Sorenson10 will be president and CEO of the combined company and the headquarters will be in Bethesda.

Marriott’s board of directors following the closing will increase from 11 to 14 members, with the expected addition of three members Starwood’s board.

Marriott said it expects to deliver at least $200 million in annual savings in the second full year after closing.

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