Spectacular Vacation Locations!

1. London
 A city that integrates art, fashion and food, life in London is invigorating. Travellers find that one visit isn't enough to experience everything this two-millennia-old city has to offer. Here, the antiquated clasps hands with the contemporary. You will find the historic Tower of London and the avant-garde Tate Modern, both must-sees when visiting. Shakespeare's sonnets are still being vocalised by actors. Londoners most certainly still revere the royals, but they also rock out to Coldplay and Lily Allen at music festivals. A capital that comprises critical economics and fine arts, London's culture compass is always in harmony with what's next.

2. Crete
 Diverse; one of the more accurate words to describe the Greek Island. Sandy beaches hide amongst soaring mountains, palm tree forests grow in the middle of sprawling plains, and bustling modern cities share coastlines with centuries-old structures. The streets are lined with architecture mirroring the styles of the Minoans, the Venetians, the Ottomans, as well as contemporary Greeks. Despite the visible contrasts, this island maintains a sense of unity that is felt whenever you step onto the local street, dine at a local taverna, or enjoy a glass of raki at a sidewalk cafe.

3.Las Vegas 
 Dubbed as Sin City or America's Playground, Vegas mirrors the characteristics of a theme park; it can awe as much as it can overwhelm. Sin City can be moulded into any type of vacation you like. You can opt for the traditional high-roller getaway complete with all-nighters at the blackjack table, or you can indulge in its promiscuous luxury with high-end shoppings and gourmet restaurants. Las Vegas also makes a great jumping-off point for outdoor activities, such as hiking in Red Rock Canyon, visiting the Hoover Dam or watching a Cirque du Soleil performance.

 Budapest is no doubt a place that charms many, with its unique culture, history, and natural beauty. It's more than just the political capital of Hungary—it's also the commercial and cultural nexus. This city boldly entangles modern conveniences with old architecture and tops it off with grassy parks. Endless variations of shopping await you, while the museums will enliven your days with knowledge. You will find that time is your enemy, never finding enough to enjoy the panorama. Get your camera ready for the Roman ruins of the Aquincum Museum, Heroes' Square and Statue Park, and the 300-foot dome of St. Stephen's Basilica.

5. Prague  
 The bustling, bohemian allure and fairytale features of Prague make it a perfect destination for beach-weary vacationers who want to immerse themselves in rich culture. You could dedicate an entire day to exploring Prazsky hrad (Prague Castle), enjoying a hearty dinner at a classic Czech tavern afterwards. However, its picturesque downtown veils both a dark legacy and a resilient past that this city has braved. A reputation for survival and perseverance as such has made the Czech capital so fascinating. Today, its storied churches, narrow streets, daunting hilltop castle and statue-lined bridges create the scene of an urban fairy tale.

6.New York 
 This is one city that is always crowded and constantly evolving with a great energy. It blends big-city grandeur with small-town charm. With iconic landmarks and amazing skyscrapers, New York lets you experience the vibrant culture which permeates within. You can take a visit to the shops lining Fifth Avenue, catch a show on Broadway or enjoy the bustling marketplace inside of Grand Central Station. Wander through the concrete jungle and you'll discover roaring taxicabs pouring down bustling blocks and fast-paced pedestrians whizzing past on their way to marquee galleries. The city's twinkling lights and chaotic corners also invite you to embrace every New York minute, explore every flourishing enclave and create your own urban adventure.

7. Paris 
 While the glamour and beauty of Paris is familiar worldwide, visiting Paris is an entirely different ball game. The City of Light draws millions of visitors every year with its extraordinary ambiance, divine cuisine and vast collections of timeless art. The River Seine flows gently through the city, surrounded by stately museums, centuries-old churches, enhanced by charming trees and glowing street lamps. Around the Seine's cobbled walks and sophisticated bridges are fashionable Parisians, most likely on their way to the market, cafe or cinema. The ultimate Paris experience will spare you enough time to savour both fine dining and elegant exhibits at the Louvre. 

8. Barcelona 
 A surreal city which harbours authentically historical places to urban areas. This city by the sea attracts many, with a plethora of possibilities await. Much of the activity revolves around Las Ramblas, a series of narrow streets and alleys packed with restaurants, nightclubs and a vibrant pedestrian market. You should also devote your time to take a tour of Antoni Gaudí's masterpieces. Of course, it would be nonsensical to miss out on the eclectic shopping scene and exquisite food and wine. Sip sangria at a sidewalk café in Las Ramblas while watching flamboyant street performers, then create your own moveable feast by floating from one tapas bar to another.

9. Faroe Islands
 Although not as well known, this is a prime destination to pay a visit. This archipelago’s exclusive location gives its inhabitants a tranquil vacation to enjoy. It is worth the journey to witness rare natural phenomenons along the way, as the life one experiences at Faroe Islands outweighs the bumpy roads. There is an expanse of mountains, moorlands and coastal cliffs ideal for hiking, climbing and horse riding. You will also have a chance to view the Northern Lights as well as paying a visit to the famous bird cliffs of Vestmanna, that is home to around 300 different bird species. 

10. Zürich 
 This is the perfect fairytale city set on the banks of both a river and a lake, with the snow-topped Swiss Alps appearing in the background. Although embracing a very vintage reputation, there is still a modern touch to it. There is no single best season to visit the town, - it is welcoming all year round. Widely known as home of the richest chocolates, medieval architectures and the clean, clear water of Lake Zürich. You can take as much of your personal time as you wish in Zürich, hitting the ski slopes or traveling on to Geneva nearby. 


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