Located on the Baltic Sea, Tallinn is Estonia’s capital city, and although it is often overlooked, it has a lot to offer tourists. Tallinn has a rich history, and its beautiful Old Town is definitely worth a visit.
The Old Town or Historic Centre, is so well-preserved that it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
City of Aspen in Colorado, USA
Perhaps the smallest city on this list is the ski resort town of Aspen. Located in the beautiful state of Colorado, in USA, Aspen is at the foothills of the famous Rocky Mountains. Once a mining town, Aspen is now a meeting point for society's elite, including excellent music, art and culinary events.
However, nothing compares to Aspen's most beautiful feature - the mountains. Everywhere you look, there's natural beauty to be seen, and of course, if you visit during wintertime, skiing has to be number one on your list of activities.
India is a magical place, no matter what city you visit. However, Jaipur is known as one of its most beautiful gems. Dubbed the Pink City, because of the dreamlike pink hues that cover almost every building you see, Jaipur is filled with colorful bazaars, smiling residents, and countless historical sites.
The capital of India's Rajasthan state, Jaipur is the perfect destination for architecture and history junkies. Museums, ancient palaces, forts and fairytale-like gardens make this city feel like something out of a storybook. Among the best sites to visit are the City Palace, the Hawa Mahal and the Albert Hall Museum.
Paris has a long-standing reputation for being one of the most beautiful and magical cities in the world. And it's no wonder why. The famous City of Love has the dazzling lights of the Eiffel Tower, the gorgeous Jardin des Tuileries, the historic Arc de Triomphe, and countless other sites.
Take a cruise on the Seine to see the sunset, eat scrumptious French pastries, cross the centuries-old bridges and get lost in the city's unique architecture. Don't forget to see the Palais Garnier, the Place du Trocadéro, the Panthéon and the Sacre-Coeur.
Anybody who has traveled to Japan always seems to say it is like venturing into another universe, and Tokyo is its epicenter and capital city. The surreal combination of tradition and modernity makes Tokyo a very unique destination.
Its stunningly perfect gardens, ancient temples and towers and weird dishes are just some of Tokyo's gems. If you're looking to see the city's more modern side, head over to the Harajuku neighborhood in Shibuya.