Sri Lanka, the slightly less travelled route of Southern Asia is an idyllic Buddhist island, where cows roam free and ancient monuments and temples can be found almost everywhere. Then it’s off to the busy Italian city of Florence, an art lover’s paradise, where world famous pieces of art hanging in virtually every museum.
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