Choose one of the following tasks.
The cartoon shows a street crammed with arriving and leaving cars. The landscape around it looks rather barren and lifeless with some bushes and a few pine trees - only the cars are colourful. The car drivers look pretty angry and seem as if they were shouting, also, they are waving angrily with their hands at other road users. The cartoon features the subtitle "Worth a visit … takes a lifetime". It's title is "Vacationland".
The cartoonist criticizes that too many people go to the same place for vacation at the same time. This is why it takes the drivers forever to get there because it is too popular and because everyone wants to go there. The cartoonist might want to say that people should look for other holiday destinations that might not be as popular but which might be as great as well. Although those destinations are worth a visit, one should plan enough time to get there because they are crowded or one should go during off-peak seasons. The title sounds a little bit like "Disneyland" - a destination that many people want to visit but that isn't as great when it is super crowded and you have to stand in line for a long time just to ride a single rollercoaster.
I think that it is important to travel to destinations that are not super popular - most of the time, these destinations are much prettier or exciting to visit because they are not crowded all the time. However, I think that it is also important to visit popular destinations as well, such as Rome, Paris or London. These cities are culturally and historically significant and hold lots of national treasures that are must-sees!
$\blacktriangleright$ Big city
I am living in a rather small town in the east of Germany. It is surrounded by a lot of forests and hills - I live in a valley. In the summer it is often warm, but not too hot and in the winter, it snows. The next bigger city is around ten kilometres away but we still have supermarkets, stores, doctors and hairdressers in our town. I also go to school there. In addition, my town has a lot of options to spend time there to offer: you can go to the cinema, you can join a sports club like the soccer club or you can go to the pool in the summer!
Living on the countryside, you are much freer to do whatever you want to do. Parents are much less concerned about you going to school by yourself for instance. That is due to the fact, that living in the country, there are a lot less potential dangers or criminals. You don't have to be afraid of walking home at night or of not having locked your bike when you don't need it - you will find it safe and sound just where you left it! Moreover, you can spend your time outdoors surrounded by woods, mountains, lakes or vast fields. This is much healthier for you as well - inhaling fresh air and being able to do sports outdoors.
However, living in the city has advantages as well. Young people are pretty flexible in their choices. They can pick which school they will attend, they can spend their free time however they like, going to the movies, going to the mall or visiting a museum - literally everything is available in the city. Furthermore, teenagers are able to earn their own money much more easily. There are a lot more cafes, shops or other possibilities to work and earn money. This means growing indepent from parents as well!
I would love to live in a big city because you have so much more options in general. You can choose to which school you would like to go or what kind of sports club you would like to join. You can also choose your career - in bigger cities, you have more possibilities to try out different internships at different companies. Also you can do different things in your leisure time - like going to a museum, visiting an art gallery, going shopping, go to a club and you don't need your parents to drive you there. Thus, it would be great to live in a big city!