In the city of Curibita, Paraná - south Brazil - Opera de arame became a major tourist attraction due to its original and spectacular architecture. Inaugurated in 1992, the opera was built on the site of a former rock quarry in the heart of Parque das Pedreiras - a urban green park. The beauty and originality of the architectural design is given by the tubular structure and transparent polycarbonate that make this theater unique in the world. With a capacity of 2,400 spectators and a 400m ² area, this auditorium perfectly blends with the green environment that became home of cultural events, nourishing not only the eye, but the human soul as well.
200 attractions, more than 65 thrilling rides, a water park, all in Canada's Wonderland, the country's largest amusement park.
Welcome to a fantasy land, where both kids and grown-ups will discover the joy of ridding coasters and experience cool building challenges.
The largest park in Southern Europe, with lots of rides, famous characters and traditional shows.
With approximately 1.3 million visitors each year, the Aquarium is a popular attraction between tourists of all ages.
The playhouse imagined by the Düsseldorf architect Bernhard Pfau is one of the greatest theater constructions built after the war. Not only its curved lines and wavy walls, but also the on-going modern and experimental performances that are alive in this playhouse make the theater one the most modern theater institutions in Germany and not only. Although planning of the playhouse had begun in 1959, the political instability delayed with more than a decade the opening of the new playhouse; in the mean time the public was polarized, and with the final costs amounted to some 40 million DM, the opening on the 16Th of January 1970 turned into a complete scandal. No tickets were sold to the open public, and only guests were permitted to participate at the official opening performance. The demonstrates disputed public rights to take part of the cultural life of the city, but also aimed a general critique to traditional cultural institutions. Twenty people were arrested and several injured
This is without a doubt one of the most remarkable Renaissance castles in France. Everyone agrees that it is the most impressive and majestic.
A block of apartments designed to imitate the rhythmic structure of a honeycomb is something worth to consider visiting.
The famous Sistine ceiling depicts scenes from Genesis in dramatic and moving detail, and The Last Judgment on the chapel's end wall is striking and powerful.
These are some of the oldest buildings in the world, as such they have been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
A representative building for the Modern Movement, built once in 1929, and again in 1983.
The first fortification built across Great Britain, running for 117 kilometers (73 miles) across the country.
This museum is a 'must see' whether you're a Porsche fan or not, a car enthusiast or not.
The Museum contains over 5,000 different species of animals from all over the World - many in settings displaying the animals' natural habitats.
Hans Rudolf Giger is famous for his design work on the film "Alien" and this museum encompasses his paintings, sculptures and film designs, dating from the early 1960's.
With 900 hand-carved, painted and decorated toilet seats, this museum has won the title of the Wackiest Attraction in America.
An impressive collection of cute and lovely teddy bears, from all over the world.
Hagia Sophia in Istanbul’s old city s an architectural phenomenon and one of the largest enclosed spaces in the world.
The Glowworm Cave of Waitomo has attracted millions of people from all over the word, curious to see the tiny glowing creatures.
Opened in 2004 by the Queen, this is a beautiful fountain in Hyde Park, built in the memory of Princess Diana.
Located on the remote island of Tanna, in Vanuatu, this is one of the most accessible active volcanoes in the world.
A fun beach in California, for all tourists, where you can rent bikes, surf boards and do all kind of activities.
Lying at the southernmost tip of Africa, where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet, is the Agulhas National Park.
Dividing France and Switzerland in two, Lake Geneva is the largest natural freshwater lake in Central Europe. Surrounded by the Alps, it offers a breathtaking view.
Renowned world wide for its beauty, receiving the title of "The Caribbean's Best Beach".