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Legend claims that tossing a coin in the Trevi Fountain will ensure your return to the Eternal City. This baroque landmark masterpiece by Nicola Salvi is one of the most popular spots in town, but you can see it in relative quiet and solitude by visiting early in the morning.
Take your seat at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and get ready to enjoy some of the biggest names in ballet and opera, as well as acclaimed orchestra conductors.
With world-famous cuisine, ample cultural attractions and a stunning cityscape, Rome promises something for every type of traveller.

Rome

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From mouth-watering food to groundbreaking fashion and ancient temples that contrast with the buzzing, neon-lit streets of Shinjuku, 48 hours in Tokyo promises a sensory extravaganza for every type of traveller. To make the most of your time and get a real taste of the city, check out our itinerary for the best of the Japanese capital to cover in two days.
Mikado Game Center is a two-storey arcade specialising in iconic fighting games and retro classics including Street Fighter, Daytona USA and Captain Commando.

Tokyo, Japan

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The MNAC contains one of the world’s best collections of Romanesque paintings. It also showcases prominent Catalonian artists including Salvador Dalí and Julio González.
Barcelona's Barceloneta Beach is a scenic spot to grab everything from a massage to a mojito. There’s also an area for beach volleyball and gym workouts. In the warmer months, enjoy a dip in the sea and laze about on the sand until sunset.
Montjuic Park is a paradise for art, culture and everything in-between. Take a cable car ride to the castle for spectacular views of the city, or stop at one of the many museums or exhibitions.

Barcelona, Spain

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The Met (Metropolitan Museum of Art) invites you to explore more than 5,000 years of art from across the globe. Gaze at sculptures from ancient Rome, then view masterpieces by Leonardo da Vinci.
Brooklyn bridge is an even more captivating sight in the flesh. Walk across this National Historic Landmark at sunrise to beat the crowds or at sunset to snag classic souvenirs from gathering street vendors.

New York, United States

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From iconic Parisian cabaret, the Moulin Rouge, to pretty pâtisseries and boulangeries serving treats like pistachio croissants – here is the best of Paris to cover in two days.
Two days in Paris may not feel like enough. But for those blessed with 48 hours in The City of Light, we’ve curated the perfect itinerary that looks beyond the more obvious sights of the Eiffel Tower and Arc De Triomphe.

Paris, France

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Explore Prussian royalty at the 18th-century Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam, under an hour’s train ride from central Berlin. The bright yellow villa and its surrounding gardens – which include terraced vineyards, a gold-laden Chinese pavilion and a decorative grotto – were built as a summer home for Frederick the Great.
Cross the River Spree to the island home of five world-famous museums.
Stop by the Berlin Art Market by the Zeughaus for a mix of local and international designers and artists selling their wares. Find everything from original paintings and sculptures to secondhand books and jewellery.

Berlin, Germany

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Legend claims that tossing a coin in the Trevi Fountain will ensure your return to the Eternal City. This baroque landmark masterpiece by Nicola Salvi is one of the most popular spots in town, but you can see it in relative quiet and solitude by visiting early in the morning. Trevi Fountain, Visit Europe, Best Places To Eat, Solitude, Landmark, Road Trips, Nicolas, Baroque, Rome
48 hours in Rome, Italy
Legend claims that tossing a coin in the Trevi Fountain will ensure your return to the Eternal City. This baroque landmark masterpiece by Nicola Salvi is one of the most popular spots in town, but you can see it in relative quiet and solitude by visiting early in the morning.
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Take your seat at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and get ready to enjoy some of the biggest names in ballet and opera, as well as acclaimed orchestra conductors. Orchestra Conductor, Conductors, Europe Travel, Honeymoon, The Good Place, Opera, Literature, Ballet
48 hours in Rome, Italy
Take your seat at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and get ready to enjoy some of the biggest names in ballet and opera, as well as acclaimed orchestra conductors.
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With world-famous cuisine, ample cultural attractions and a stunning cityscape, Rome promises something for every type of traveller. Amalfi Coast, Cityscape, 3
48 hours in Rome, Italy
With world-famous cuisine, ample cultural attractions and a stunning cityscape, Rome promises something for every type of traveller.
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From mouth-watering food to groundbreaking fashion and ancient temples that contrast with the buzzing, neon-lit streets of Shinjuku, 48 hours in Tokyo promises a sensory extravaganza for every type of traveller. To make the most of your time and get a real taste of the city, check out our itinerary for the best of the Japanese capital to cover in two days. Ancient Temples, Itinerary, Tokyo, Abc, Japanese, Visiting, City
48 hours in Tokyo, Japan
From mouth-watering food to groundbreaking fashion and ancient temples that contrast with the buzzing, neon-lit streets of Shinjuku, 48 hours in Tokyo promises a sensory extravaganza for every type of traveller. To make the most of your time and get a real taste of the city, check out our itinerary for the best of the Japanese capital to cover in two days.
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Mikado Game Center is a two-storey arcade specialising in iconic fighting games and retro classics including Street Fighter, Daytona USA and Captain Commando. Konami, Fighting Games, Arcade, Japan, Commando, Street Fighter
48 hours in Tokyo, Japan
Mikado Game Center is a two-storey arcade specialising in iconic fighting games and retro classics including Street Fighter, Daytona USA and Captain Commando.
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The MNAC contains one of the world’s best collections of Romanesque paintings. It also showcases prominent Catalonian artists including Salvador Dalí and Julio González. Mens Dress Shoes Guide, Dress Shoes Men, National Art Museum, Romanesque, Barcelona, Spain, Salvador
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain
The MNAC contains one of the world’s best collections of Romanesque paintings. It also showcases prominent Catalonian artists including Salvador Dalí and Julio González.
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Barcelona's Barceloneta Beach is a scenic spot to grab everything from a massage to a mojito. There’s also an area for beach volleyball and gym workouts. In the warmer months, enjoy a dip in the sea and laze about on the sand until sunset. Barceloneta Beach, Gym Workouts, Dolores Park, Scenic
48 hours in Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona's Barceloneta Beach is a scenic spot to grab everything from a massage to a mojito. There’s also an area for beach volleyball and gym workouts. In the warmer months, enjoy a dip in the sea and laze about on the sand until sunset.
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Montjuic Park is a paradise for art, culture and everything in-between. Take a cable car ride to the castle for spectacular views of the city, or stop at one of the many museums or exhibitions. Blue Butterfly Tattoo, Magic Fountain, Neo Baroque, Barceloneta, Hotel Interiors, Rooftop Terrace
Autumn at Montjuic Park, Barcelona, Spain
Montjuic Park is a paradise for art, culture and everything in-between. Take a cable car ride to the castle for spectacular views of the city, or stop at one of the many museums or exhibitions.
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The Met (Metropolitan Museum of Art) invites you to explore more than 5,000 years of art from across the globe. Gaze at sculptures from ancient Rome, then view masterpieces by Leonardo da Vinci. Ancient Rome, Gazing, Staycation, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Travel Inspiration, New York City
48 hours in New York City
The Met (Metropolitan Museum of Art) invites you to explore more than 5,000 years of art from across the globe. Gaze at sculptures from ancient Rome, then view masterpieces by Leonardo da Vinci.
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Brooklyn bridge is an even more captivating sight in the flesh. Walk across this National Historic Landmark at sunrise to beat the crowds or at sunset to snag classic souvenirs from gathering street vendors. National Historic Landmark, In The Flesh, Brooklyn Bridge
48 hours in New York City
Brooklyn bridge is an even more captivating sight in the flesh. Walk across this National Historic Landmark at sunrise to beat the crowds or at sunset to snag classic souvenirs from gathering street vendors.
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From iconic Parisian cabaret, the Moulin Rouge, to pretty pâtisseries and boulangeries serving treats like pistachio croissants – here is the best of Paris to cover in two days. Parisian, Louvre, Good Things, Croissants
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From iconic Parisian cabaret, the Moulin Rouge, to pretty pâtisseries and boulangeries serving treats like pistachio croissants – here is the best of Paris to cover in two days.
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Two days in Paris may not feel like enough. But for those blessed with 48 hours in The City of Light, we’ve curated the perfect itinerary that looks beyond the more obvious sights of the Eiffel Tower and Arc De Triomphe. Two Days In Paris, Perfect Itinerary, City Lights, Eiffel Tower, Street View, France
48 hours in Paris, France
Two days in Paris may not feel like enough. But for those blessed with 48 hours in The City of Light, we’ve curated the perfect itinerary that looks beyond the more obvious sights of the Eiffel Tower and Arc De Triomphe.
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Explore Prussian royalty at the 18th-century Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam, under an hour’s train ride from central Berlin. The bright yellow villa and its surrounding gardens – which include terraced vineyards, a gold-laden Chinese pavilion and a decorative grotto – were built as a summer home for Frederick the Great. Chinese Pavilion, Frederick The Great, Visit Germany, Grotto, Train Rides, Summer House, 18th Century, Palace
48 hours in Berlin, Germany
Explore Prussian royalty at the 18th-century Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam, under an hour’s train ride from central Berlin. The bright yellow villa and its surrounding gardens – which include terraced vineyards, a gold-laden Chinese pavilion and a decorative grotto – were built as a summer home for Frederick the Great.
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Cross the River Spree to the island home of five world-famous museums. Museum Island, Island Home, World Famous, Pool Landscaping, Taj Mahal, Berlin
Museum Island, Berlin, Germany
Cross the River Spree to the island home of five world-famous museums.
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Stop by the Berlin Art Market by the Zeughaus for a mix of local and international designers and artists selling their wares. Find everything from original paintings and sculptures to secondhand books and jewellery. Berlin Market, Secondhand Books, Art Market, Explore
Explore the city of Berlin, Germany
Stop by the Berlin Art Market by the Zeughaus for a mix of local and international designers and artists selling their wares. Find everything from original paintings and sculptures to secondhand books and jewellery.
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