1. Buenos Aires
Sexy, alive and supremely confident, beautiful Buenos Aires is unforgettable. Take a Tango class; enjoy an afternoon of soccer at the River Plate stadium; and finish the day savoring a flavorful beef Parrillada (juicy beef steak) in the land that has perfected grilling.
Whistler is internationally known as one of the leading ski resorts in the world and is repeatedly voted as the #1 destination by ski, travel and lifestyle magazines. Although acclaimed for its winter events, Whistler is year round destination, with festivals, activities and fun for every season. Including skiing in the summer!
3. Río de Janeiro
There’s no other place like Rio. It’s a combination of golden beaches, samba-fueled nightlife; spend the evening catching music jams around Lapa; join friends amid the roaring crowds at Maracanã Stadium; or greet the sunrise from Copacabana Beach. The carioca spirit has the urge to live life to the fullest.
4. Las Vegas
Sin city is the ultimate escape; it’s the only place you can spend the night partying in ancient Rome, brunch under the Eiffel Tower, watch an erupting volcano, or sip a frozen vodka martini set on a bar made of ice. There are no clocks inside casinos, just never-ending buffets, ever-flowing drinks and adrenaline-fueled gaming tables.
5. Mexico City
Organized chaos rules in this high-octane megalopolis, yet rest assured that the city offers plenty of escape valves in the way of old-school cantinas, intriguing museums, dramatic murals and dozens of recently found archaeological ruins. It has countless restaurants, boutiques, museums, galleries, arts & crafts markets. The sky is the limit as to the cultural richness you can find in Mexico City.
Beyond Mozart and The Sound of Music, Salzburg hides a city with a burgeoning arts scene, wonderful food, manicured parks and concert halls that uphold musical tradition 365 days a year. The Baroque old town with its beautiful churches and cathedrals, the Mirabell Gardens, Mozart’s House and St Peter’s Monastery, among other sites, will leave you speechless.
Sited between the sea and the mountains, Barcelona has the reputation of being the most cosmopolitan, modern and avant-garde city in Spain. The variety of artistic treasures, the Romanesque churches and the great names in modern art and architecture like Dalí, Miró, Gaudí and Picasso… It’s a truly amazing city to visit.
Incas deemed this spot the belly button of the world. But Cuzco is just the beginning; beyond lies the Sacred Valley that leads you to Machu Picchu: a tangible evidence of the urban Inca Empire at the peak of its power; one of the 7 wonders of the world. It’s located about 7,970 feet above sea level.
9. New York
Enjoy the timeless traditions of winter in the Big Apple, like ice skating in Central Park, Radio City Music Hall, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra show; or a horse-drawn carriage ride through Central Park. Because as Simon Beauvoir well said: “There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless.
Prague’s maze of quaint cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards is a paradise for the aimless wanderer. Just a few blocks from the Old Town Square you can stumble across ancient chapels, unexpected gardens, cute cafes and old-fashioned bars. Plus, the beer is the best in Europe.
11. Punta del Este
Gorgeous beaches, elegant seaside homes, yacht harbor, high-rise modern buildings, colonial architecture, glitzy restaurants, is one of South America’s most glamorous resorts. Gorlero Avenue is full of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, galleries, boutiques, cinemas, casinos and shops. Love Uruguay!
Hawaii has become synonymous with paradise: sugary beaches, coral reefs, volcanoes, islands scattered in a cobalt blue ocean… Whether you’re swimming in waterfall pools or lazing on golden-sand beaches, you will fall in love with this island. It’s absolutely beautiful.