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For the ancient people, Spain represented the end of the world. On the other side of the Pillars of Hercules, there was nothing but terror and darkness and a point of the world that was full of richness. Other than mines, the beautiful gardens of Andalusia filled with lemon, pomegranate, and orange scents made this country famous. Thanks to a personal tour guide, you can organize a fantastic vacation in Spain.
The Metropolitan Life Tower or the MetLife tower as it is popularly known is one of the most iconic skyscrapers located across the Madison Avenue in Manhattan, New York City.
In Barcelona, there are many places of interest for football fans. The tour for this category of tourists should include Camp Nou, which is the Barcelona team’s home field, the Olympic Park and Olympic Village. The city subway will help you to easily navigate between the facilities, because next to each of the tourism spots, there is a subway station.
There are many different museums in Paris. One of them is Paris Sewer Museum, an unusual attraction that is quite interesting and may even be scary to some. The Museum is set up underground and showcases a system of different size sewage pipes as well as various sewage devices and mechanisms that are hidden underground Paris and that maintain the life of this great city. How would you like to dare to visit a place like that? Don’t miss the opportunity to go there next time you are in Paris! You will definitely have a memorable experience!
Looking from the outside it seems that it couldn't be any easier to become a tour guide. It is enough to learn some story about historical events in a specific place or about the architectural features of buildings on a particular route and you can successfully do this work. However, to become a real professional you’ll need a lot more.