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Frankfurt Zoo

Frankfurt Zoo

Frankfurt, Germany

The biggest attraction for families is the Frankfurt Zoo. Located in the Ostend, it attracts quite a crowd on Sundays and public holidays. With 4,500 animals of over 400 species, the Zoo promises lots to see on its extensive and well-maintained 11-hectare grounds. Admission fees: adults 8 Euros and children 4 Euros. Opening times: 10 am- 7pm in summer.                          10am-5pm...

Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum)

Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum)

Lisbon, Portugal

If you must see only one museum in Lisbon make it this one. Housed in a 16th century convent, this place pays homage to one of Portugal’s most famous exports the azulejo (tile). The exhibits cover everything, from the azulejo’s beginnings in the Ottoman empire to the present. Star attractions include a 36m panel depicting a pre-earthquake Lisbon and a gold-bedecked baroque chapel. The cafe also ge...

Can Gio

Can Gio

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Just 25 km southeast of the city, Can Gio is a mangrove forest with natural, untouched beauty. The 75,000 hectares have a wealth of animal and plant species and a wildlife museum and monkey sanctuary. For nature enthusiasts, Can Gio is a worthwhile trip, though it’s more of a retreat for locals than a popular tourist destination.            &n...

Dead Sea

Dead Sea

Amman, Jordan

The Dead Sea is a unique environment.  It is so named because nothing can live in the hyper-saline water, which fluctuates around 31.5% salt.  The Dead Sea is also the lowest point in the world -- its surface 423m below sea level.  Because of decreased inflow from the Jordan River, the Dead Sea is slowly shrinking.  The entire southern half has become disconnected and is now ma...