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Valdez, Alaska: There are just about 4000 people who live here and that's what makes this city more enchanting. There is a lot of nature and wildlife and you can do everything from trekking to sailing.
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Reykjavik, Iceland: Very few of us think of Iceland as good holiday spot but it definitely is. Those looking for adventure should put this country on their bucketlist as you can catch the Aurora Borealis here.
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Narsarsuaq, Greenland: In 2010, this town just had 158 people! But those who love nature will love it here thanks to its fjords, hills and icy mountains.
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Gdansk, Poland: Most of the place was destroyed in WWII but it's still as beautiful as ever. Stunning architecture and a history that will absorb you, Gdansk offers you everything from a luxury river cruise to old-world castles.
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Dubrovnik, Croatia: We have seen this city in some recent films. it's one of the hottest spots for tourists in the Mediterranean Sea thanks to some of the best beaches in Europe.
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Copenhagen, Denmark: This beautiful city is colourful and one of the best in Nordic land. Very bike-friendly, cosy and with its old-world cobbled streets, the city is a perfect blend of the old and the new.
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Cologne, Germany: This town is known for its famous cathedral but also offers the tourist a 2000-year old history. There's even a specially brewed beer which is just available here.
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Belgrade, Serbia: The capital of Serbia has a thriving nightlife and lots of music and dance to engage you on your holiday. For the history buffs, there are various museums and sights too.