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Corcovado National Park, South Puntarenas - for the ecotourist visiting Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the most eco-friendly countries in the world and a haven for the green traveller looking for an environmentally friendly vacation. Corcovado is one of many national parks that are spread throughout Costa Rica and considered to be the best due to its vast variety of wildlife. National Geographic have referred to it as "the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity".

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Geneva Jet D'eau - for the eco tourist visiting Switzerland

Any ecotourist visiting Switzerland should take the time to enjoy Geneva and the Jet D'eau. Visible from anywhere in the city lies Geneva's most famous landmark, the Jet D'eau. Located on the mouth of Lake Geneva the fountain jets water around 460 feet into the air and is quite a site.

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Hallgrimskirkja (Church of Hallgrimur)

If the first thing on your mind when booking a holiday is going green then Iceland will certainly be worth a week or two of your time. Officially the most environmentally friendly country in the world there is plenty for the ecotourist to see and do.

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Salzburg City - for the ecotourist visiting Austria

In 1997 Salzburg was listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. Nestled into the Alps this beautiful coastline city is famous for its baroque architecture.

An ecotourist visiting Salzburg will most likely be happy with the experience. An eco-friendly city there are restaurants, hotels and forms of transportation that are all kind to the environment.

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Trevi Fountain, for the ecotourist visiting Rome

If you are planning visit to Rome and you have an interest in architecture then you should visit the Trevi Fountain. The Trevi fountain sits in the Trevi district and is one of the most beautiful fountains in the world, the Trevi Fountain.

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The Palace of Versailles, for the ecotourist visiting France

Anyone interested in French history should visit the Palace of Versailles in France. Around 14 miles from the capital Paris. The palace is a very important part of French history and home of King Louis XIV who reigned for over 72 years.

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The Brandenburg Gate - for the ecotourist visiting Berlin

Commissioned by Friedrich Wilhelm II to represent peace the Brandenburg Gate is one of the most recognizable pieces of architecture in Europe and the most well-known landmark in Berlin.

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The Statue of Liberty - for the eco tourist visiting New York

If you are planning a trip to New York the a visit to the Statue of Liberty should be on your list of things to do. A gift from the people of France in 1886 the Statue is one of the most recognisable landmarks anywhere in the world.

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Schonbrunn Palace - for the eco tourist visiting Vienna

If you're planning a trip to Vienna then a visit to the Schonbrunn Palace is essential. The palace is Austria's most visited site and with good reason. With over 1400 rooms it is regarded as one of the most important works of architecture in the country. Run by the House of Habsburg the site has numerous buildings and plenty to keep anyone interested in Austria's cultural heritage.

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Alhambra - for the green traveller visiting Granada

Constructed in the mid-10th century the Alhambra fortress lies at the top of the hill of the Assabica in Granada, Spain. These wonderful Muslim palaces were built for the last Emirs of Spain. Since the erection of the first building each ruler that followed added to it and as such has left their own mark on the fortress. Some of the buildings have been damaged, however, for the best part the structure is a wonder to behold and worth a visit.

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