|Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The flat city is only 2 meters above sea level, and comprises of 165 17th century canals and squares that give picturesque Amsterdam its unique identity.
The scenic island of Bali if full of beautiful landscapes, busy cities and beach towns. The main tourist locations include the town of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Ubud and Nusa Dua.
Berlin is a popular tourist destination for its modern history and young, tech culture. It is also well known for its many festivals, diverse architecture, wild nightlife and contemporary arts.
Beautiful Budapest has a unique youthful atmosphere, classical music, thermal baths, numerous art galleries and a very lively nightlife.
With an estimated population between 12 and 19 million people, Istanbul is the cultural and financial hub of Turkey. It is often thought of as the bridge between the east and the west, both physically and culturally.
Lyon has developed a reputation as the capital of gastronomy in France but is also famous for its Roman district and architecture from the 12th century to modern times.
|New York City, United States
New York City is the home of the United Nations Headquarters, the luminous Times Square, Wall Street, the Broadway theater district and many world renowned bridges, skyscrapers, and parks.
The “City of Lights” or “Capital of Fashion” is also famous for such landmarks and cultural sites as the Eiffel Tower, theBasilica of the Sacré Cœur, the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Elysées, Moulin Rouge, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, and theLouvre Museum.
The beautiful countryside of Scotland is littered with incredible castles, rich historical sites and scotch whiskey distilleries for those who like to sample the local delicacies.
|Washington D.C., United States
The capitol of the United States is home to many free Smithsonian museums and galleries located along The National Mall as well as 176 foreign embassies, numerous national monuments and international headquarters.