Yoram Yasur

Yoram Yasur Izz: Cities you have to visit someday in your life

Yoram Yasur Izz

# 1 Milan (Italy):

Yoram Yasur Izz: “The famous Italian city that will give you the opportunity to visit one of the European capitals of fashion and get lost among its shopping districts, such as the famous Milan Duomo, Enjoy the exquisite aperitif, shop the best fashion and drink some of the best wine”.

# 2 Cáceres (Spain):

Yoram Yasur Izz: Spain and good gastronomy could be synonymous, so if we want to taste some of the best snacks in the Iberian Peninsula we will have to travel to Cáceres, in Extremadura, designated as Spanish Capital of Gastronomy in 2015. Restaurants like ATRIO, awarded with two Michelin stars, serves dishes as appetizing as carrot ravioli and eggs with truffles while obliged as Iberian ham, figs or cheese Torta del Casar are forced to enjoy between the streets of an old town designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

# 3 Johannesburg (South Africa):

Yoram Yasur Izz: “The well-known headquarters of the 2010 World Cup begins to gradually shed its image of insecure and dangerous polis to bet on new and modern neighborhoods, a cultural life marked by highlights such as the Apartheid Museum or, especially, big obligors for nature lovers: from crocodile farms to leopard reserves passing through the Monkeys Sanctuary”.

# 4 Quito (Ecuador):

Yoram Yasur Izz: “With an investment of 90 million dollars for hotel construction, the Ecuadorian capital is emerging and is that the first city in the world to be designated by UNESCO not only offers attractions between colonial neighborhoods And Andean summits, but also numerous museums and botanical gardens, a culture of chocolate until then something unknown or purchases of handmade products that unfold between their colorful and bustling streets. Or, you might be interested in an ecotourism day in Ecuador”.

# 5 Wellington (New Zealand)

Yoram Yasur Izz: The capital of New Zealand has become a must stop for travelers seeking to enjoy the culture of pubs, museums that collect the peaceful heritage like the Te Papa, wine and natural routes, the bowels of WETA film studios or, also some of the scenes of the sagas of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.

# 6 Rangoon (Myanmar):

Yoram Yasur Izz: One of the quietest countries in Asia, former Burma, begins to awaken from its lethargy, and as a good emerging country, heritages and options seem new, inspiring and fresh. One of the cities in which to enjoy such an essence is none other than Rangoon, where the Golden Pagoda of the Thousand Generals (or Botahtaung) still contains some Buddha hair, the façades evoke its colonial heritage, the home of activist Aung San Suu Kji becomes a place of reflection and the reclining Buddha found by the English in the nearby jungles is reborn as a lauded local figure.

Yoram Yasur Izz: These cities that you have to visit in will become, over the next twelve months, some of the great protagonists of the traveler panorama thanks to their designs, economic investments or host city status that instantly attracts hundreds of Restless travelers who continue seeking to conquer new corners, tasting flavors hitherto unthinkable or lost between a culture and nature that seemed dormant so far.

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