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Golestan Palace and Gardens

Golestan Palace and Gardens

Tehran, Iran

is a beautiful complex of monuments built by the Qajar ruler Nasser al-Din Shah in the Imam Khomeini Square area. Also known as the palace of Roses, it houses some of Iran’s oldest buildings; serving primarily as a museum and home to ancient artefacts. There are several museums in the complex, and tickets must be bought for each separately. The marble throne verandah, Shams-Al Emarat (the palace o...

Parque Los Caobos

Parque Los Caobos

Caracas, Venezuela

Address: east of the Parque Central Complex One of the oldest parks in Caracas, the Parque Los Caobos is known widely for its enchanting mahogany trees from which the park derives its name. A walk through the park, on its gently winding trails lined with hedges in fresh bloom, is a relaxing way to let go of the day’s troubles and rejuvenate your mind and body for the next day. The park is us...

Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Despite all of the hype for the world’s biggest/longest/tallest, the Burj Al Arab remains Dubai’s signature landmark.  The billowing, sail-shaped 321m tall hotel was built to resemble a dhow.  Perhaps the most luxurious hotel on Earth, it is known as “the world’s only seven-star hotel” (even though it’s actually just a five-star deluxe).  Rooms average 8,000Dhs/night.  It’s built on an artificial ...

Royal Palace (Buda Castle)

Royal Palace (Buda Castle)

Budapest, Hungary

Location: Budavari Palota Having been levelled and rebuilt at least a dozen times during the last seven centuries, this enormous palace has two important museums, the Budapest History Museum and the Hungarian National Gallery, and the National Szechenyi Library. This library (+316 224 3700, Tue-Sat 10am-8pm) contains codices and manuscripts, a large collection of foreign newspapers and a copy...