Whether you’re looking enjoy July 4th fireworks somewhere beautiful, catch a baseball game, or finally spot that solar eclipse, we’ve got your July travel plans covered. So sit back, get a refill on your Diet Coke, and check out the best places to travel this July.
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In our ultimate rainy tour of London’s museums, we’ll have you gawping at animatronic dinosaurs, flying through space in Apollo 11, and clambering aboard a double-decker bus from the 1800s — all within a single, jam-packed day tour that starts in the award-winning science and natural history museums of West London and finishes at the iconic National Galleries of Trafalgar Square.
In 2001, when the city of Berlin announced new administrative districts, everyone was thrown briefly into confusion as Prenzlauer Berg became part of Pankow, Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg were joined together, and Mitte suddenly subsumed Tiergarten and Wedding.
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Berlin’s culinary scene is diverse, interesting, and often very good value for money. There’s a mix of styles and price ranges, from street eats like the ubiquitous currywurst and döner kebabs to mid-range and Michelin-star fine dining. There’s something for every taste and budget, and the restaurants seem to keep getting better and better every year.
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