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Take advantage of the parks while traveling around. These are free places, ideal to relax and to rest a little bit.

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    Royal Botanic Gardens of Sydney, Australia

    The famous Royal Botanic Gardens of Sydney, Australia, were first established in Sydney by Governor Bligh in 1816. The gardens cover 30 hectares and adjoin the 35 hectares making up the Domain, there are over 7500 species of plants represented here. The gardens are at the north eastern corner of the City Centre and overlook […]

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    The Blue Mountains

    The Blue Mountains are located to the west of Sydney, is one of the most accessible areas of highland natural beauty in New South Wales, Australia. Although not particularly high for a mountain range, the Blue Mountains is nonetheless renowned for its uniquely majestic scenery, for its cultural attractions, and for its relatively tranquil, alternative mode […]

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    Buddha Park (Xieng Khuan) - Vientiane

    Buddha Park (Xieng Khuan) is a weird outdoor collection of huge concrete sculptures of Buddhist and Hindu deities, and real and imaginary beasts. The reclining Buddha is especially impressive. Built in 1958 by mystic Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, who left the country after the communist take-over, and in 1978 established a similar but more impressive park […]

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    Torres del Paine (National Park)

    Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most beautiful natural wonders of the world, as it has a privileged flora and fauna. This place is preferred by people who like trekking, hiking and all the experience goes around the two towers of the park, or two mountains that stand strongly in the landscape. […]

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    Quinta Vergara (Park)

    Quinta Vergara is a huge park with beautiful gardens and where every summer Chile’s the most famous musical event is carried on, the Viña del Mar International Song Festival. All this extense area, along with its constructions belonged to the rich family Vergara, but in 1941 Viña del Mar municipality decided to buy this park, […]