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The United States is one of the most diverse countries to visit in the world. Maybe due to its size or peculiar residents make the country a haven for pretty much any interests a tourist can have.
Big cities like New York, Las Vegas and San Francisco always secure a spot in the wishlist of most travelers, but the country has a lot of alternative options that can make up for an unforgettable getaway.
So buckle up, and get ready to explore some of the destinations that are overshadowed by the big metropolises, but has equal or more to offer for visitors read more
Dublin has one of the fastest growing population in Europe, and that is not mere coincidence. Most travelers that flock to the capital of Northern Ireland, expect to encounter an endless array of beer based fun, peculiar traditions and a great lifestyle. From worshiping leprechauns and four leaf cloves, to always having a Guinness bottle at hand, the Irish truly know how to live up to their worldwide fame.
The city has a little bit for every kind of tourist. From beautiful castles to its fine 18th century Georgian houses with its colorful doors, an immersion to the country’s history does not require a read more