Although Latvia might not exactly be a popular tourist destination, it really should be. Its capital city, Riga, has a a historical center so impressive that it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Riga has the world’s largest collection of Art Nouveau architecture, making this city a very colorful place to walk around in. For shopping lovers, the place is a paradise, since Riga is known for its stores’ particularly low prices.
The city of Boston in Massachusetts, USA is one of the oldest in the country. Home to a lot of North America's history, Boston offers a 2.5 mile trail called the Freedom Trail, which you can walk through to see all of the city's sixteen historical sites.
Among the most famous are North America's first public park, the Boston Common, and the site of the notorious Boston Tea Party, the Boston Harbor.
Singapore is an island city-state located off the coast of Malaysia, and it's famous for its population melting pot, its beautifully modern architecture and its hot climate. The city's best nature areas are the Gardens by the Bay and the famous Punggol Waterway Park.
Singapore is also known for its incredible street food, which has won many culinary awards. For more fussy travelers, it also offers countless luxury restaurants with fine dining experiences.
City of Penang Island, Malaysia
Also known as George Town, this city is made up of Penang Island and a number of other smaller islands. The thing that makes the City of Penang Island special is the mix of Asian and colonial architecture. Be sure to visit the City Hall, St. George's Church, the High Court and Fort Cornwallis.
An interesting historic fact is that, before Malaysia got its independence from the British, George Town was declared a city by the late Queen Elizabeth II. That makes it the first city in Malaysia's modern history.
This huge city in China is home to over 20 million people, and it is as rich in historical sites as it is in modern attractions. It's not possible to see everything in one trip, or in ten, for that matter. But there are a few unmissable spots to visit first.
The infamous Tiananmen Square, the magical Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, and of course, the Great Wall of China, are just a few of the jaw-dropping places Beijing offers.