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Famous destinations for an unforgettable vacation in 2013

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If you have not yet made plans for holiday 2013, rest assured, there are plenty of recommendations. New York Times compiled a list of the most unique destinations for 2013, from which you can choose. Recommendations are based on events that will take place in the near future, and the speed of developing certain countries and cities.

Rio de Janeiro

In 2014, Rio de Janeiro will host the World Cup and the 2016 Olympics will be held. In March 2013 Rio Art Museum will open in Praca Maua and in December, Gucci opens first outlet in the city. In the same period in Rio de Janeiro will open its first Apple Store in South America. Thus, 2013 is the best year that you visit Rio de Janeiro without you suffer from congestion that you could face in the coming years.


Nicaragua

If you get in Central America, do not miss a little vacation in Nicaragua, where visitors are greeted with luxury and opulence.

Among the most impressive places you must see include Aqua Wellness Resort and Jicaro Island Eco-Lodge.

Here you will feel completely spoiled if you're greedy and if you like the taste of the most unusual dishes prepared by experienced chefs.

Among the best restaurants in Nicaragua include El Segundo, La Casserole, Lounge and La Finca Ciudad y El Mar - however, they are proof that the food in the area is not only very good, but quite expensive.


Amsterdam

In 2013 it was reopened after nearly 10 years, the famous Stedelijk Museum, which houses works at Bryn Sophia, which he bequeathed to the city in 1890. Everything in this museum you will discover the creations of artists such as Picasso, Chagall, Mondrian, Cezanne and de Kooning.

On this occasion, many hotels were prepared with cutoffs and hard to refuse offers for tourists are coming in Amsterdam in 2013.


Singapore

Singapore is one of the richest nations of the world (it is the fourth largest foreign exchange trading center in the world after London, New York and Tokyo, and here there were about 10% of electronic chips sold worldwide).

In Singapore opened at the end of last year, Marine Life Park, the largest and most impressive aquarium in the world. You can see over 800 species of aquatic animals, staying in an aquarium of 45 million liters of water.