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The most interesting cities that deserve to see them in 2012

Stockholm, Sweden, Sunhalo beyond the city

After a thorough investigation and lengthy debate, the chief representatives in the field have compiled a list of cities you have to visit them next year. In 2012 these cities can be seen in a different perspective because of the events taking place in these places.


Head of the list is beautiful capital of England and the United Kingdom, as will be the XXX Olympic Games edition. London will host the event between July 26 and August 12, 2012. London will become the first city in modern history that will organize the Summer Olympic Games for the third time, after those in 1908 and 1948. On July 6, 2005, was chosen as host city of the Olympic Games in 2012 by the International Olympic Committee members at the 117-session in Singapore. London will be the focus of next summer, and the rest of the year, the city will be interesting because of sightseeing here: Tower Bridge, London Eye, Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace and more.


Muscat is the capital of Oman. It is also the seat of government and largest city in the governorate of Muscat. Since 2008, the Muscat metropolitan area population was 1,090,797. Metropolitan area covers 1,500 km2 and includes six vilayets.
This country is trying to attract more and more visitors by expanding all points of interest (from museums to resorts). Authorities are concentrated, to revive the cultural city of Muscat, luxury services and underwater activities. This year, everything relates to the trends of fashion designers Forum.
"Tomorrow will be the beginning of a new era in Muscat," said Sultan who came to power in 1970. And indeed today in Muscat, the sun came up really.


Bangalore is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka; Bangalore is dubbed the Garden City and was once called pensioner's paradise. But this city has reinvented itself and now here you can get drunk with the air of a good life, where you can find the best drinks and the tastiest dishes, the most interesting shows, concerts and not to mention that here you will find one of the hippie populations, which you can spend. And in this year's nights in "the coolest capital" will become even better. And if you make traffic problems, consider that the new metro line will help you quickly get to any part of the city in a very short time. And you will still only say "chill man" (stay calm, man).


Cadiz is the capital province of Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain and one of the oldest settlements in the Iberian Peninsula. The city has a population of 136,236 inhabitants. Maybe during the year the city is quiet, but in February for two weeks as Carnival takes place, this place gets very agitated. Carnival in Cadiz is one of the most famous carnivals in Spain. The whole city participates in Carnival for more than two weeks each year, and the presence of such a town fiesta is almost constant, and contests are held throughout the year.
And in 2012 the city will be called the first Iberia-American Cultural Capital.


Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden. The city is also the residence of the administrative region Stockholms LAN. Stockholm in 2009 had a population of 829.417 inhabitants (2,019,182 in metropolitan area). Being the capital of Sweden, Stockholm is the seat of Government and Parliament. City of residence is also the head of state, King Charles XVI Gustaf.
The first mention of the town dates from 1252, when he was a major market in the sale of iron mines in Bergslagen. It is said that the city was founded by Birger Jarl in order to protect Sweden from invasion of foreign forces and sea to prevent looting of cities as Sigtuna on Lake Mälaren. Skogskyrkogarden Cemetery in Stockholm in 1994 was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage list. The city is attractive in stores for shopping with a special design and bohemian bars.