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Most Amazing Viewing Platforms

We have here, a list of the most astounding views from "up there". Guaranteed to blow your mind, let us take a look at the most amazing viewing platforms around the world.It is exhilarating to stand on top of the world admiring the natural beauty of our planet spread beneath us. Bone-chilling ravines, steep cliffs, thundering waterfalls, snow-clad peaks or serene rivers, nature has been very kind to us. You need not be a rock climber or a mountaineer to experience planet Earth in all its glory. We have here, the most amazing viewing platforms that help us do just that. So climb atop one, and take a deep breath as you savor the view.

The Best Viewing Platforms

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Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen)

Pulpit Rock
I begin with a place that is a natural marvel. Human achievements aside, the Pulpit Rock in Norway is a colossal cliff, 604 meters above Lysefjorden in Ryfylke, in the western part of the country. You need to hike for approximately 2 hours on this rugged trail that begins 270 meters above sea level. The reward? A panorama of the heavenly Ryfylke valleys. A point of caution, though. The authorities have decided not to hinder the view by not installing railings of any kind, making this a no-no for all acrophobic individuals.Dachstein Skywalk

Dachstein Skywalk
Speaking of acrophobic people, here is a viewing platform that spells safety with an "S". The Dachstein Skywalk platform in Austria sits above the steep face of the Hunerkogel, 2700 meters high. As a tiny part of the base is glass, you are free to gaze down the icy valley, or look straight ahead. If the weather Gods are kind enough, you would be able to look as far as Slovenia in the south and Czech Republic in the north.Grand Canyon Skywalk

Grand Canyon Skywalk
The immortal lure of the Grand Canyon is legendary. The year 2007, however, saw a surge in the number of visitors with the inauguration of the Grand Canyon Skywalk. Situated in the Grand Canyon West area, close to the Colorado river in Arizona, U.S.A., the skywalk is 1450 meters high. You need to walk over this horseshoe-shaped bridge wearing special anti-scratch socks, as you would want to keep the glass bottom crystal clear for generations. Soak in the splendor of the Grand Canyon as it surrounds you, leaving you enthralled.
Aiguille du Midi

Aiguille du Midi
Aiguille du Midi is a mountain located in the French Alps, in the Mont Blanc region. The viewing platform here makes you want to reach out and touch the Mont Blanc that lies tantalizingly ahead. The highlight of your visit is the two-part cable car ride that starts in Chamonix, in which an altitude of 2800 meters is covered in 20 mind-numbing minutes. This allows the non-mountaineers to get up close with the steep facade of this mountain as it zips past.Devil's Throat Walkway

Iguazu Falls
This is your front-row seat to one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. Built on the Iguazu river on the Argentine-Brazilian border, you get to see the cascading waters of the 275 falls that plunge to a depth of 70 meters. If you are able to shift your focus from the natural marvel of the Iguazu falls, do take in the greenery that houses several exotic bird species and revel in the mist that surrounds you.Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls
The magical Victoria Falls on the Zambezi river on the Zambia-Zimbabwe border are a sight to behold. With a width of 1.7 km and waters crashing to a depth of 100 meters, the Knife Edge Point, as it is also called, takes you right in the midst of the action. On your lucky day, you can catch the sunlight stream through the waterfalls, forming 2 or 3 beautiful rainbows. This is one spectacle you will cherish for the rest of your life.
Some More Spectacular Viewing Platforms

Besides the above, there are other alternatives that offer unmatched views as well. It is a difficult task indeed to filter out the best out of many. However, a visit to these viewing platforms would be worth every penny.

Willis Tower Skydeck
Also known as the Sears Tower, this 442 meter structure stands tall in Chicago (U.S.A.).The Skydeck on the 103rd floor hangs 412 meters high. If the 60-second elevator doesn't scare you, your first step into the glass cabin is sure to give you cold feet. Make sure you notice the building sway slightly as you are in windy Chicago. Views from the balcony cover four states - Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois, of course, and the "only on a clear day" rule applies for the first three!

House on the Rock
If you ever happen to be in Wisconsin, don't even imagine leaving before you pay a visit to this astounding architectural marvel near Spring Green. Stroll around this distinctively Oriental structure as you gape at the ingenuity of the architect, Mr. Alex Jordan, Jr. The proverbial icing on this cake is obviously the Infinity Room, that juts out 218 feet over a picturesque valley. The windows on either side help you enjoy the view, and each step taken leads you into infinity. No jumping in this room, mind you, as this gravity-defying room does not have any support pillars beneath.

Il Binocolo
Il Binocolo translates as "The Binoculars" in English. As the name suggests, it is a wonderful viewing platform on the Trauttmansdorff Castle in Merano, Italy. It gets its name from the binocular-shaped roof at the end of the walkway. What lies beneath is a gorgeous valley with vineyards and orchards, not to mention the green mountain slopes that envelope you.

Aurland Lookout
Another visit to Norway is on the cards, as it is imperative to pay a tribute to this incredible structure. A steep walkway over the Aurland fjord, it gives you an illusion that you will slip downwards at the end of the ramp. A glass shield obviously stops that from happening. What it does give you is the feeling that you stand suspended over a deep valley, just before gravity gives way and you crash land into the woods below. Nothing of this sort happens, but it's fun, nevertheless, for all the gooseflesh fans.

Top of Tyrol
Serenity and an endless expanse of the Alps will keep you company as you stand on the Top of Tyrol, located on the Stubai Glacier, Austria. Swirl around to see the clouds gathered on the mountain summits, a truly stunning view indeed. If trekking is not really your thing, they have a railway that takes you 3,200 meters up the Stubai mountain and on to the platform.

Landscape Promontory
Every viewing platform that we just reviewed offered us unrivaled scenic beauty. So besides that, what does the Landscape Promontory in Switzerland give us? How about shifting your focus from the view to the floor tiles? These floor tiles have symbols about history and literature, with explanations provided in the railings. Enrich your knowledge as you enjoy the view.

A visit to unforgettable sights like these would be a dream come true for any travel buff. These amazing viewing platforms take us closer to nature, away from the bustling city life. They help us get in touch with the pristine side of our wonderful planet, a side that we haven't yet managed to tarnish.

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Fun and Interesting Things To Do in Beijing

While visiting Beijing, the city of the famous American actor - Jet Li, you could take a traditional tour trip to visit traditional tourist spots or you could make use of the options given in this article and add a little spice to your trip and make it ultra interesting.Beijing, the capital city of the Republic of China, is also known as Peking. The blend of history and modern development makes it one of the most popular tourist destinations and to make most of what it has to offer, the best time to visit Beijing is between September and November. If you are one of those people who likes to do things differently and enjoy thoroughly, here are some fun and interesting things to do in Beijing, the Bicycle City of the World.

Interesting and Fun Activities in Beijing

Instead of jumping on the bandwagon of regular tours, you could visit the many interesting places in and around Beijing in unconventional ways. You can ask around for the tours listed below from your hotel reception or look out for them in local newspapers and travel magazines. As for the little ones accompanying you, there are many attractions in Beijing for kids. Hiking the Great Wall of ChinaMotorcycle TripsBiking and Walking ToursShijingshan Amusement Park (for kids)Jingshan Park and Chaoyang Park (Famous for their seasonal activities)Beijing Opera and Folk Music

One of the things you cannot afford to miss out is the Beijing Opera. It is an exciting mix of history, culture, acrobatics and martial arts. The opera actors make extensive use of heavy costumes, masks and folk music. They make a great appeal to people of all ages and are quite entertaining. National Center for Performing Arts Opera House (No.2 West Chang'an Avenue, Xicheng District, Beijing)Beijing Liyuan Theater (1F Qianmen Hotel, 175 Yongan Road, Hufangqiao, Xuan Wu District, Beijing)Huguang Guild Hall (3 Hufang Road, Xicheng District)Peking Opera Theater (No. 30, Haihuxili, Fengtai District)Changan Grand Theater (No.7, Jianguomen Neidajie, Dongcheng District)Art and Cultural Activities in Beijing

The Chinese culture is full of vivid colors, larger than life imagery and plentiful symbolization, and Beijing is one place where you get to see all of them. There are many festivals and fairs that take place in Beijing. Unfortunately, they are celebrated only at certain times in a year, usually during the Chinese new year or spring time. But the art galleries are good places in Beijing to visit the whole year round. Lantern Festival (also known as Yu?nxi?oji? or Deng Jie, celebrated on the 15th day of the Chinese New Year)Longtanhu Temple Fair (No.8 Longtanlu, Chongwen District)Ditan Park Fair (Ditan Park, Andingmenwai, Dongcheng District)798 Art Zone or Qijiuba Gongchang (Chaoyang Qu, North of Dashanzi Huandao, Chaoyang district)Wan Fung Art Gallery (No.136 Nan Chi Zi Street, Dong Cheng District)Entertainment in Beijing

There is no dearth of entertainment in Beijing for anyone. For those who are not satisfied with visiting only the tourist spots, there are many famous teahouses (no it's not a place to have just tea!) where you can witness live tea performances, deeply rooted in the history of Beijing. Some of the modern drama performances and puppet shows in Beijing can leave you spell-bound for a long time to come. Those who are ardent movie buffs can find their entertainment in Chinese movies. Then there are entire 'areas' dedicated to clubs, pubs and bars for those who want to experience the modern nightlife of Beijing. Beijing Tea Houses: Lao She Teahouse (3F, building 3, Xi Da Jie, Qianmen, Beijing); Santaosha Teahouse (No. Jia 1, Waiguan Xiejie, Chaoyang District)Theater in Beijing: Beijing People's Art Theater (22, Wangfujing Da Jie)Puppet Shows: China Puppet Theater (A1 Anhua Xili, Chaoyang)Chinese Movies: Megabox (G1, Sanlitun Village, Sanlitun); Stellar International Cinema Address (5/F, Jinyuan Shopping Center, 1 Yuandalu, Haidian District, Beijing)Nightlife in Beijing: Tianqiao Area, Sanlitun Bar Street and Embassy Area (Famous for rock-and-roll, hip-hop, jazz and other such activities)Famous Beijing Cuisine

The culture of any place is always reflected in the taste of its cuisine. Like its culture, Beijing cuisine is steeped in its history. So there is a variety of cuisine to be tried in Beijing - calorie rich cuisine, cuisine based on herbal medicine, street food and western cuisine with a Beijing twist. In short, it is a culinary feast for food lovers! Beijing Roast DuckShandong cuisine (Quick-fired mutton is the most common dish)Huai'an -Yangzhou Cuisine (Mr. Pan's Fish)Wolong Cuisine (Famous for chinese herbal tea, chicken in parmesan, sichuan pepper and roasted lamb)Beijing Snacks (Especially on Donghuamen Night Snack Street and Wangfujing Snack Street)Acrobatic Stunt Shows in Beijing

Chinese acrobatic shows are an amazing visual treat and the fact that there is an acrobatic show almost every evening is like an icing on a cake. These shows have unbelievable stunts, performed without the usual safety nets. At a point where you think there is going to be an accident, you are surprised with a spectacular stunt. Traditional Chinese Acrobatics Show (Chaoyang Theater)The Legend of Kung Fu (Red Theater)China National Acrobatic Troupe Performance (Tiandi Theater)Star Dream Acrobatic Show (Dongtu Theater)Legend of Jinsha (Beijing Workers Club)Spas and Bath Houses in Beijing

Traditional Chinese Massages, especially the tui na massage, is a great way to de-stress. The tui na massages are known to relieve backache, joint pain and muscular tension. Some of the spas in Beijing offer Chinese massage therapies along with other modern therapies. Apart from these, you could have your manicure and pedicure done in traditional Chinese nail art. Another great way to relax and refresh in Beijing is by making use of the famous Beijing bath houses. Bodhi Therapeutic Retreat (17 Gongti Beilu, Chaoyang District)Jingchen Retreat Spa (B2\F, China World Hotel, 1 Jianguomen Waidajie)Spa No. 8 Hot Springs Club (8 Chaoyang Gongyuan Xi Lu, Chaoyang District)Langtaosha Bath House (6 Xueyuan Lu, Haidian)Frost: Coffee, Nails and Cocktails (55 Xingfucun Zhong Lu, Sanlitun)Shopping in Beijing

Beijing is famous for its shopping centers that range from large commercial centers to local fleas markets and antique markets. Just make sure you know what you want and have adequate bargaining skills. Though you will have to be on your guard against low quality material almost everywhere, you are sure to find treasures to take back home. Wangfujing Dajie (From East Chang'an Avenue to China Art Gallery)Xiushui Silk Street Market (On the East Xiushui Street, near the U.S. Embassy)Liulichang Culture Street (On the South of the Peace Gate, Xuanwu District; famous for Chinese artifacts)Dashilan Street (A 580 year old commercial street near the Qianmen Gate)Hongqiao Market (Opposite the Tiantan Park, Tiantan Donglu, Chongwen District)Sports in Beijing

Beijing offers many sports to choose from and many more sport centers. Dongdan Sports Center, Ritan Park, Yuyuantan Park and Julong Garden Fitness Club are some of the frequented sports centers in Beijing. Martial ArtsIce SkatingSailingTarget ShootingGolf CoursesThis is just a small list of the most interesting things to do in Beijing from the many options that are available for tourists in Beijing. Plan out your trip and the things you wish to do well in advance. While this is a good thing to do for any tour trip, it becomes all the more necessary for a place like Beijing which is constantly flooded with people. Making ticket arrangements and reservations before you actually go there, is a must if you do not want to be left out. In any case, a visit to Beijing is bound to be memorable and interesting in the least.

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Things to Carry for a Winter Vacation

The holiday season is here! For those of you who have planned a vacation, especially to a place that is teeth-chatteringly cold, you need to plan and pack wisely for a comfortable stay. Know what all you must carry with you for a truly perfect winter vacation.Packing for a vacation can be very exciting, and if it's for a winter vacation, you should keep in mind that you need enough clothing to keep you and your family warm. It's a good idea to start shopping well in advance for all your winter essentials, especially woolen garments, overcoats, jackets, winter weather accessories, etc., so that you don't lose out on good deals. If you are traveling by air, what and how you pack matters a lot, what with all the restrictions on the number of bags you can carry. Winter does not always mean wearing bulky jackets to keep yourself warm. The trick lies in covering yourself with layers of clothing, even if they are thin; it's the layers which trap the heat and keep you cozy. Multiple layers of thin clothes will leave you with a lot more space in your bags than a few bulky coats and sweaters. If you plan on skiing, or are traveling with children or infants, take time to think through what you need, so you do not carry too much of the same item, and jot down what all you really require, before you get down to packing. Here is a guide to what essentials you should carry with you when setting off for a winter vacation.

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In addition to the above, carry plastic bags with you to pack any wet or soiled clothes separately. Get enough sets of thermal undergarments and clothes, one for each day, in case they get dirty and you do not have laundry facilities at the hotel where you will put up. When you put on layered clothing, make sure it's not too tight that you feel cramped and suffocated. Each garment you wear (and this holds true for babies and children as well) should be a size bigger than the one beneath it to allow free bodily movements. It is important that you change out of wet clothes immediately, dry your skin, dab lots of moisturizer, and wear a fresh set of clothes to prevent yourself from falling sick or getting frostbite.

Packing for a vacation can take up a lot of time, so if you make a list of all the items you need and begin packing well in advance, there is little chance that you will forget to pack in any essential item. Always pack your bags with the bigger, heavier clothes at the bottom, and the smaller, lightweight items on top. It's a good idea to wear the heavy jackets instead of packing them away (or pack at least one in your cabin bag). This way you create more space in your bag, and have your warm outerwear on you when you arrive at your wintry destination. Of course, it goes without saying that you check whether you have all relevant paperwork (passports, visas, travel and health insurance papers), credit/debit cards, mobiles, camera, etc., with you before you depart. So now that you know what all you must carry, start packing! Happy holidays!

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Stevens Point Brewery

Stevens Point Brewery in Stevens Point, Wisconsin is a great brewery and a great vacation destination for those looking to stay in the Midwest.

If you live in or near Wisconsin, you have probably heard of Point Beer from Stevens Point Brewery. Point Beer is served especially around Wisconsin, but sometimes you can find it in surrounding states too. All the varieties of beer are delicious, and the brewery offers tours for visitors that showcase the rich history of the brewery, as well as allow you to taste the beer when the tour is over.


Stevens Point Brewery was established in 1857 by Frank Wahle and George Ruder. It was in this year that the pair started to brew Point Beer. When the Civil War started, they stayed afloat by providing beer to the soldiers, a welcome addition to the battlefield. The brewery was one of the few in the United States that was able to survive the 1920s' during which Prohibition prohibited the creation and sale of alcohol. They were able to do this by creating new flavors of soda and root beer, items they still offer their customers to this day. In the Great Depression, the Stevens Point Brewery was also able to survive, despite most of Wisconsin?s 80 breweries going out of business during that time. By 1990, Point Beer was available outside Wisconsin, for people to enjoy all over the Midwest. They continued to produce beer today, and people come from all over for tours of the historic facility.


When you first pull up to Stevens Point Brewery, it seems like you are pulling up to a very small facility that sort of looks like an old house. Appearances are deceiving. As you walk through the building, you can see state-of-the-art technology and you learn all sorts of interesting facts about the brewing of the beer and the historic aspect of the site. Furthermore, you are met at every step of the way with the scents of brewing beer - something that will entice even the most skeptical beer drinkers. You do need to book the tour date and time before you get there, and they do fill up, so be sure you call ahead so you do not miss this exciting experience.


Stevens Point Brewery brews three brands of beer: Point, Whole Hog, and James Page. Some of them are available year-round, and some are seasonal. The Point beers that are available are: Special Lager, Classic Amber, Cascade Pale Ale, Belgian White Wheat Ale, Horizon Wheat, 2012 Black Ale, Einbock, Nude Beach, Oktoberfest, and St. Benedict?s Winter Ale. The Whole Hog beers that are brewed by the brewery are: Raspberry Saison, Russian Imperial Stout, Six-Hop India Pale Ale, Imperial Pilsner, and Pumpkin Ale. The James Page varieties available are: Iron Range Amber, Burly Brown, Voyageur Extra Pale Ale, and White Ox Wheat Ale. This list is huge, and does not include their non-alcoholic options. A full list of available beverages is posted on their website, and updated each season.

Things to do in Stevens Point

While you are in Stevens Point, be sure you visit some of the surrounding areas and take advantage of the activities available to you. There are miles and miles of trails through wooded areas that are absolutely gorgeous. You can hike these trails or rent bikes very cheaply and ride through the trails. Just be sure you get a map first so you don?t get lost. There are also plenty of bars and great shops in the downtown area, as you would expect to see in any college town. Don?t forget to check out a show on the UW-Stevens Point campus, as well.

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Tourist Attractions in Russia

Russia is an exciting destination indeed as it holds strong contrasts of ancient history and modern influences. Here are a few tourist attractions in Russia you must consider while you're enjoying the climate and scenic beauty of this country.Usually when you're planning a trip, you have to plan for several things so that your trip is well-organized and you don't miss any tourist attractions associated with that particular place. However, when it's a trip to Russia, the most important thing you must consider is the weather, since it is one of the coldest countries in the world. Although there are exciting things to do in Russia in the cold climate as well, early autumn months and summers are considered to be the best time to visit this country. There are innumerable places to visit in Russia, varying from witnessing the architectural marvels, to experiencing thrilling adventure sports, and enjoying the scenic beauty. So, if you are planning a trip to Russia, I insist you must read this article to have a fair idea about what you should not miss while you're touring this old world.

Places To Visit in Russia

Red Square
Red Square is referred to as a central square of not just Moscow but, all of Russia. The buildings surrounding this square are significant in some respect. The GUM Department Store facing the Red Square is considered to be the largest in Russia; you will find a number of exclusive boutiques and world renowned brands here. So, for all you shopaholics it is a dream come true! The varied beauty of the architecture and the magical atmosphere makes Red Square a truly fascinating place.

The Kremlin is a historic fortified complex, which includes four palaces, four cathedrals and the enclosing Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers. These buildings are built by Italian masters, which exhibit the mixture of lavish opulence and mighty imperial cultures. The complex also serves as the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. The Kremlin is the best place to begin your tour as the Saint Basil's Cathedral and Red Square, mentioned in this article are situated nearby, making it easy for you to plan your trip accordingly. Gorky Park
Gorky Park is located across the Moskva River in Moscow. This amusement park is named after Maxim Gorky, a Soviet author and a political activist. The Park has fun fairs, various amusement rides and an enormous Ferris wheel. If you happen to visit Russia in the winters, the footpaths of the garden flood over with water and freeze, which allows ice-skating around the park. Tverskaya Street
The Tverskaya Street in Moscow, is beautifully lit at night and is buzzing with locals as well as foreigners. This is a nice place to shop, eat, and take a leisurely walk on the street watching beautiful buildings and people from all walks of life. You will also find on these streets some of the best nightclubs, expensive hotels and good theaters as well. To sum it all, it is the center of the city's nightlife and entertainment. St. Basil's Cathedral
Considered as one of the tallest buildings in Moscow. The design of this cathedral resembles a flame of a bonfire rising into the sky. The design is unique, rare and strangely, is nowhere associated with Russian architecture. The details of its design are outstanding and nothing similar can be found in the entire millennium of Russian tradition. Kunstkamera
St. Petersburg city is home to more than a hundred museums hosted in historic buildings; the reason why this city is called the historic city. The city boasts of having 36 outstanding historical architectural complexes and monuments. Kunstkamera is one of the oldest museums in Russia, therefore accounts to as one of the greatest attractions in Russia. It is basically a great museum of anthropology and ethnography, with over 200,000 items on display! The architecture of this museum exhibits the unique nature of European styles of the past three centuries and the rich cultural heritage of Russia. Hermitage Museum
Hermitage Museum is one of the oldest and largest museums in the world. It exhibits the Russian art and culture. Its collection comprises nearly 3 million items on display, making it the museum with the largest collection of paintings in the world. There are six buildings in this museum, of which, four buildings, named the Winter Palace, Small Hermitage, Old Hermitage and New Hermitage, are partially opened to the public. The museum is closed on Monday, hence make sure you plan your trip accordingly. Lake Baikal
Lake Baikal is located in southern Russia and is the most voluminous freshwater lake. It is also the deepest (5,387 feet) and clearest of all lakes in the world. It is estimated to be about 25-30 million years old, which makes it one of the most ancient lakes in geological history. Since, it is a major tourist attraction of Russia, many investors from the tourist industry have come up with resorts and hotels near this lake, allowing tourists to enjoy the scenic beauty of Baikal, "untouched by human civilization". In the late nineties, Lake Baikal was also declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The word "Baikal" came from the Turkish language which means "wealthy lake" and it indeed is a wealthy lake. The experience you get here is absolutely priceless. Ural Mountain Range in Yekaterinburg
The Ural Mountains extend 1500 miles. They were formed over 280 million years ago, folded as the eastern European and Siberian plates moved closer together. This mountain range provides an excellent backdrop for adventure sports, offering the tourist great opportunities to ski, hike, fish, and go rafting. So, if you're looking for some thrill in your trip to Russia, you must consider the Ural mountains and enjoy the beautiful landscapes. The Ural landscape is splendid and excursions here may become memories to cherish forever. Hot Springs of Kamchatka
Amongst the most beautiful places and amazing phenomena of nature; is this land of fire and ice- "Kamchatka". This place is a must visit while you are in Russia. With the kind of infrastructure in Kamchatka, the destination is accessible only by helicopter, boat or a six-wheel drive truck. A word of caution the climate no doubt is marvelous throughout the year, yet the best time to visit this region would be from June to October. The main attractions being volcanic calderas, stone sculpture parks, beautiful lakes and the varied flora and fauna. The place also gives you an opportunity for trekking, kayaking, rafting, fishing, watching the whales (from the port of course), cycling, and bathing in the hot springs. Without exaggeration it is one of the fascinating regions to visit in Russia. Please note that the weather is quite changeable here, therefore you have to be prepared for all the weather conditions and carry warm clothes. Saint Petersburg Philharmonia
Another place worth visiting while you are in the Venice of the north (Saint Petersburg) is the Saint Petersburg Philharmonia. This building is a music society and is home to some of the best known music halls in the world. The society hosts the two world-famous Symphony Orchestras: Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra and Saint Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra. If you wish to enjoy this musical journey, you could book tickets to this event online or if you happen to be plain lucky, you could get tickets on the spot too. The rich cultural heritage and natural variety of the country makes it one the most famous tourist destinations in the world. With a little more research, visitors can find the prefect place to stay and tour the beautiful cities respectively.


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