- Paris, France
Like all major cities, you can spend months in Paris and barely scratch the surface of the city’s cultural treasures. It has many museums, great shops and busy cafes that are perfect for people watching.
2. New York
true to its roots, it remains a city of immigrants with inspiring architecture and a thriving art scene. Watch a Broadway show, shop in SoHo, spend a lazy day in Central Park, and explore the city’s diverse neighborhoods.
3. Rome, Italy
The Eternal City of Rome celebrates its long history with monuments, churches and restored ruins that give a glimpse into life during the days of the great Roman Empire. Celebrate the roots of the city and immerse yourself in the culture with a full bowl of pasta and a taste of gelato.
Miles of beaches, endless luxury accommodations, and a non-stop party atmosphere in Cancun have transformed this once sleepy Yucatan coast village into one of Mexico’s most popular tourist attractions, especially during spring break.
5. London, England
London is a cosmopolitan city with a unique mix of historical traditions and a hip, modern culture. You can enjoy tea and crumpets and celebrate the city’s royal roots before heading to a slick gastropub for a gourmet dinner and drinks.
6. Miami, Florida
The American Riviera, Hollywood of the East, SoBe or the Art Deco District – whatever you call it, South Beach in Miami is warm all year round. The epitome of excess, South Beach is an international playground with a non-stop nightlife, sandy beaches, unique architecture and plenty of eye candy.