Warning: Contains spoilers in the following list.
Area: 206.03 km²
Main tourist attractions: Cincinnati Zoo, Newport Aquarium, Coney Island Amusement Park, American Sign Museum, Cincinnati Museum Center, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
Stockholm starts the series pregnant, and in season 3 we meet your son, the little Cincinnati, as it was named by Denver.
The second representative of the United States in the series belongs to the state of Ohio, is bathed by the Ohio River, which separates it from the state of Kentucky and is known as the "Queen City" or simply "Cincy".
Cincinnati was founded in 1788 by John Cleves Symmes under the name "Losantiville", but in 1790 it was renamed by Arthur St. Clair, then governor of the Northwest Territories, to Cincinnati, in honor of the Cincinnati society of which he was president. In 1819 it passed from the status of village to city. Boat navigation on the Ohio River and the completion of works on the Mimai and Erie channels contributed to the rapid growth of the city, which reached 115,000 inhabitants in 1850.
Curiosity: The Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York contained more office space than the entire city of Cincinnati.
Area: 38.55 km²
Main tourist attractions: Parque Rizal, Fort Santiago, Church of San Augustin, National Museum of the Filipino, Baywalk, Manila Ocean Park.
The first trans character from La Casa de Papel, receives the name of the Philippine capital, curiously the place where Lisbon and the professor went after the theft.
Manila occupies a unique position in the Philippines, both for being the capital of the country and also for being the capital of its metropolitan area, made up of several cities and thirteen municipalities. It borders on the north with the cities of Navotas and Caloocan, on the northeast with Quezón and San Juan del Monte and on the south with the city of Pasay. To the west of the city is the wonderful bay of Manila.
Manila is the center of “Metro Manila”, the name for which its metropolitan region is known, comprising a metropolis of more than 10 million inhabitants and comprising the cities of Quezon, Caloocan, Pasay, Taguig and Manila. The following municipalities also belong to it: Navotas, Malabón, Valenzuela, Mariquina, Pasig, Mandaluyong, San Juan del Monte, Makati, Taguig, Parañaque, Las Piñas and Muntinglupa.
The Baroque churches of San Agustín and Santo Domingo, with the attached convent, the old Spanish fortifications and the remains of Fort Santiago, in addition to some modern and interesting buildings like the Coliseum, are the main places of artistic interest.
Manila is an important cultural center, home to the University of São Tomás and the Philippine Academy of la Lengua Española, has several museums, as well as libraries and an observatory.
Curiosity: The city has a demographic density six times higher than São Paulo, there are 46 thousand people per km².
Area: 575 km²
Main tourist attractions: Platja d'en Bossa, Cala Comte, Cala Benirrás, Cova de Can Marçà, Hippy Market Punta Arabi, Isle of És Vedrà.
For those who have watched 4th season of the series, discovered Nairobi's interest in having a child with the Professor, and that was scheduled for the end of the assault, but unfortunately the plan does not go ahead. The name of the child as a result of insemination was already defined, and it would be Ibiza, a name suggested by Tokyo making reference to the hype of the Spanish city.
The island is very famous worldwide for its parties and nightclubs, which attract many tourists. Among the most famous clubs include Space, Pacha, Privilege Ibiza, Ushuaïa, Amnesia, DC10, El Divino, Café del Mar or Es Paradis. The port area of Ibiza also attracts many tourists for its nightlife.
Its electronic music festivals launch trends in this style. Festivals take place between May and September. It has a lively nightlife and receives a large number of tourists every year in search of fun.
Ibiza has a great interaction between its marine and coastal environments, having several endemic species. It also has many archaeological sites preserved from the Phoenician-Carthaginian era to examples of Renaissance architecture. For these reasons it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999.
Since the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s, the island of Ibiza has enjoyed an expansion of tourism that has enabled economic development to exceed that predicted by its traditional resources (fishing and agriculture).
The city is considered a reference point for young people from all over the world for its lively nightlife. The island also offers many coves and beaches for those looking for tranquility. They sell handmade products like flaón, O "orelletes”Or“ Ibiza ”herbal liqueur. The textile industry is famous for impromptu fashion. There are plenty of markets like Es Cana and Las Dalias.
Curiosity: Contrary to what many people imagine, the official language of Ibiza is Catalan. In fact, Ibiza has its own regional dialect, Ibicenco, a very complicated variation of Catalan. Most people who reside on the island speak more than a variation of Spanish.