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Post by Gardavasque » Sat Dec 05, 2020 9:25 pm

Feeling stuck at home? Sick of dreary and tiresome weather? Looking for adventure? You need to get out more. You need... The IDU Travel Channel.

This thread is a place to highlight your nation's top attractions and most (or least!) visited destinations. Give us the fascinating details about your national parks, historic landmarks, famous museums, and offbeat curiosities. Also on the Travel Channel: award-winning documentaries, guided tours of your nations and cities, and reality programming about the real housewives of your nation. The IDU Travel Channel is the place to share information and resources for consumers of travel and leisure throughout the IDU and around the universe, so we need to know all about your nation's best - and worst - airlines, cruises, resort hotels, restaurants, etc. Finally, nations are encouraged to submit their entries for inclusion at a coveted spot in the IDU Travel Channel's Top Ten rankings.

Are you ready to welcome travelers to your nation? Tell us about all about it. Right here, on the IDU Travel Channel.
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Post by Slokais » Sun Dec 06, 2020 12:08 am

Slokais Islands the land of sea, mountains, cities and so much more.
Best Airline: Slokasain Airways, Slokasain Airways is the national carrier of Slokais so it gets lots of funding and has lots of flights from across the world and also has a local carrier called Slokais Express that runs inter-island trips. International Flights leave from New Liverpool International and Kaijan City and San Fernando Airports. While Local flights run through New Liverpool City, Kaijan City, and San Fernando-Newpoint Airport. Most seats cost between 500 and 1,000 markons and most seats are very nice and more spacious the regular airlines even for Economy Passengers.

Worst Airline: Airco Airlines, Airco has the worst safety score of any Slokasain Carrier and has some of the worst customer service and delays. Although seats are cheap there not very spacious even for First Class. Also, Flights only run within the country often serving inter-island travel. There are much better options for where they fly so unless you are on a tight budget this is not for you.

Best Cruise Line: Blue Star Cruises, Blue Star has lots of options when it comes to where you want to go and for how much. For example, the best cruise line they run is the San Fernando Valley Line which runs through the San Fernando and Southland Rivers. They also run a good San Fernando to Kaijan City line. Each of the cruises has nice rooms and the best safety score in the country.

Best Hotel/Resort: Victoria Point Hotel, The Victoria Point Hotel is a large resort complex that is spread out across remote Southern Victoria Island. Each Stay comes with wristbands that work as the room keys and badges for various experiences and places. The cost is only 500 markons a night per room and 750 markons for a remote suite away from other buildings. The Victoria Point Hotel also focuses on protecting the envorimeant in its activities and events as well as produce its own power from waste and uses rainwater for water systems.

Best Slokasain Restaurant: NL House, Nl House is a small chain of restaurants to serve lots of rice and noodle dishes as well as many desserts and drinks. All Dishes are native to Slokais Island and have relatively low costs for what you are getting

Best Kaijanese Restaurant: Hakkan Gill and Fishhouse, Hakkan Grill has lots of traditional Fish and Meat dishes as well as good vegan and Vergatrain food. Hakkan Grill balances the fresh food without the risk of food poisoning that can be found at some Fishhouses.

Best City: New Liverpool
Best Township: Allmack Township
Best Province: Southland
Best Train Line: Grand Express Limted
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Post by Slokais » Sun Dec 06, 2020 12:34 am

Best Overall Location: Southland River Valley, The Southland River Valley is in the middle of the San Fernando Mountains and is home to 14 National Parks and 7 Scenic Rivers. On top of that, the Source of the Southland River is not far from the base of Mt Silverado the highest mountain in the country. The area also induces New Liverpool and Southland City, as well as many small towns all of which, are well connected by Slokasian Rail, The S-8 Highway, and the Southland Tollroad, as well as many scenic highways, are a good way to see the area. If you like the food the region is home to 16 out of the 100 best restaurants in Slokais and has good resort hotel and eco-tourism options. If you like History the area is home to various historic homes and towns going from the Stone Age to Today. If you like activities and sports this region has it all from Kayaking to Volcano Boarding. Overall these factors made the Southland River Valley the best overall location in Slokais Islands.
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Post by Xiomera » Fri Dec 11, 2020 3:16 am

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On behalf of the Xiomeran National Travel and Tourism Bureau, we invite you to visit a land unlike any other.

With centuries of culture, history, heritage and growth, Xiomera has something to offer everyone. From the casual traveler, to the technologically minded, those interested in history and the customs of other lands, and even the avid explorer of urban and natural settings alike, Xiomera is the place to travel when you want something different, and an experience you'll never forget.

Best places to visit in Xiomera

Tlālacuetztla: Breathtaking, bold and just plain big, the capital of Xiomera is an absolute must destination for anyone truly wanting to experience Xiomeran culture and heritage. The following are the highlights of what to see and do there.

Zalcatlhua Plaza, near the heart of the city, is home to the Imperial Zoo and Alcotec Park, the largest city park in Xiomera. A bucolic and peaceful green space, Zalcatlhua Plaza offers a respite from the bustle of the city.

Tlilotl'pac- this suburb of northeastern Tlālacuetztla is known as the tech capital of Xiomera, and for good reason. For those interested in seeing what the future will look like, Tlilotl'pac is the place to visit. The ever-innovative and rising Xiomeran tech industry, led by companies like Cala Computer, provide numerous venues in Tlilotl'pac to show off their latest innovations and products.

Aztahuan, a neighborhood in central Tlālacuetztla, centered on the Boulevard Culhuaxte, is the beating heart of the city's nightlife. Trendy restaurants, the hottest nightclubs, and some of the finest shopping in the IDU await you here.

Inchahuan, another neighborhood in central Tlālacuetztla, is the intellectual and cultural older brother to Aztahuan. The home of numerous art galleries, performing arts centers, bookstores, libraries and museums, Inchahuan provides unparalleled cultural and educational experiences for visitors. Inchahuan is also home to the Xiomeran National Museum and Archives and Tlālacuetztla Polytechnic University, the top university in the entire country. The residents of Inchahuan have long had a saying: "If it's not studied or taught in Inchahuan, it's not worth learning." Come and see if that's true for yourself!

Italman, a neighborhood in downtown Tlālacuetztla to the northwest of Aztahuan, is perhaps the most diverse and exciting neighborhood in all of Xiomera. Italman has long been the center of Xiomeran youth culture and fashion, and home to a huge array of small independent businesses and shops. Italman is also known as "Start-Up City" for its reputation as an incubator of new and innovative businesses and industries. Italman provides visitors with a glimpse of the more quirky, underground side of Xiomera. For sports fans, Italman is also home to some of Xiomera's most successful sports teams and impressive venues, including the massive Stadium of September 1850, the national stadium of Xiomera.

Montelin, a suburb of northern Tlālacuetztla, stands as both the geographic and cultural crown to the capital city. Resting on the shores of Lake Ehehuani, Montelin is an absolute must destination for the affluent traveler who wants and deserves the best. The pinnacle of the Empire, there is literally no comfort or experience that Montelin can't offer the high-end visitor. The finest hotels and spas, the best restaurants, and the most exclusive and personal shopping experiences await you in this lush and elegant enclave. Montelin is also home to the Palace of Flowers, the ancient and massive royal complex of the Imperial family and the perfect place to take iconic pictures of your trip to our capital.

Atzaloyan - Montelin Imperial Park, in Montelin to the north of the Palace, is another place worth putting on your list if nature is what you want to see. Stretching over a series of foothills between Montelin and Lake Ehehuani, the largest national park in Xiomera provides excellent options for hiking, exploring, fishing, boating, and just enjoying peace and quiet.

The Tiazō, the central square of Tlālacuetztla, is home to the Huēyi Teōcalli, an ancient and great temple that is the center of our indigenous faith. It's another iconic place in Xiomera that is an essential stop for visitors, both to learn more about our culture and to take those all-important selfies!

While Tlālacuetztla is indeed the biggest city in Xiomera, it's by no means the only place worth visiting. Here are some other destinations for you to consider.

Huaxtumba: Nestled on the northern shore of Lake Ehehuani, Huaxtumba has long been the summer residence of Xiomera's royal family. As such, Huaxtumba has blossomed into a major city in its own right, with a wide array of cultural, gastronomic and historic delights for visitors. We recommend visiting the Telopec Palace, the summer palace of the royal family, as well as the sites in the Chuantepec neighborhood.

Xochiatipan: the largest city in southern Xiomera, Xochiatipan has long been a center of both trade and agriculture. Traditional Xiomeran art and crafts are still highly practiced here, making Xochiatipan a great place to visit for those seeking the perfect memory or present to take back home with them to remember their visit to Xiomera. Xochiatipan also calls itself "the friendliest city in Xiomera", and that's not an idle claim. While it is a major city, visitors often say that Xochiatipan reminds them of a much smaller place, in all the best ways.

Cuautitlán: the largest city in northern Xiomera, Cuautitlán sits perfectly between Lake Huetexca and the northern Xiomeran coast. It also solves the age-old travel dilemma of people wanting to do different things. One person wants to spend time at the perfect white sand beach, enjoying a tropical vacation. Another wants to camp out at the perfect lakeside campsite, enjoying time under the most peaceful, star-filled night sky. Another still wants to "camp out" at a luxury hotel and enjoy everything a cultured and grand urban center can offer. If that dilemma sounds familiar to you when you're trying to plan a trip with friends or family, you just need to remember one name: Cuautitlán, the city that offers it all.

Saclamantón: perched on the western coast of Xiomera, this ancient port city offers those who want to experience the sea the perfect place to set sail from. One of the centers of Xiomeran maritime culture, Saclamantón can offer you everything from deep-sea fishing to ocean eco-tourism tours. Saclamantón is also the home of the National Aquarium of Xiomera. When you've worked up an appetite from all the sights, Saclamantón also offers some of the best seafood you'll find anywhere. People from Saclamantón often say that what runs in their veins isn't red, but the deep azure blue of the ocean. Let the friendly and welcoming people of Saclamantón show you how Xiomerans sail the seas.

Huitzitaca: the other major port city of Xiomera, and the eastern rival to Saclamantón, Huitzitaca is known as the "Gateway to Xiomera" for its historic role as the first (and, for a long time, only) place visitors could enter Xiomera. While you don't have to go through Huitzitaca to visit Xiomera anymore, it's still worth a trip! We especially recommend a visit to the historic Imperial Legation Quarter and Foreign Residence Quarter, home to a wide and breathtaking array of architecture and gardens from the days when these neighborhoods were the only place foreigners could live in Xiomera. The combination of Xiomeran and foreign architectural influences in these neighborhoods results in a visual experience unlike anything else in the world.

We hope that this brief summary leads you to visit us, and welcome you to experience Xiomera- a land unlike any other.

The Xiomeran National Travel and Tourism Bureau recommends Imperial Airways, Teliz ridesharing and Xō Car "vehicles on demand" for your transportation needs in Xiomera. We also recommend Zacuetz Hotels, the largest hotel chain in Xiomera, with hotels throughout the country for travelers with all budgets and needs.

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