The city of Savannah, located in the stated of Georgia, in the southern United States, is the epitome of southern charm. Savannah is Georgia’s oldest city, and its historic buildings, beautiful parks, and magical cobblestone streets make this place worth a visit.
In the downtown area, you’ll find the Savannah Historic District and 22 park-like squares that comprise one of the United State’s largest National Historic Landmark Districts. And if you’ve ever seen the legendary film ‘Forrest Gump’, you must visit the Chippewa Square were the movie’s famous park bench is located.
The harbor city of Sydney boasts stunning views of the South Pacific Ocean that are not likely to fade from your memory any time soon. In a perfect mix of nature and culture, Sydney houses its famous sail-like design Sydney Opera House, where sea lions can often be seen basking in the sun on the steps.
You can also catch beautiful views from different points around the city, such as Bondi Beach, Harbour Bridge and Darling Harbour.
If you're a fan of delicious seafood, stunning beaches and the best the Caribbean coast has to offer, head over to Cartagena, in Colombia. This port city has a history dating back to the sixteenth century, and thus has a vast array of historical sites, including the Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas and the Ciudad Amurallada (the Walled City).
Cartagena offers something for everybody; white sandy beaches, crystal blue waters, scrumptious food and very friendly locals.
The beloved city of Barcelona is home to unique works of art and architecture, legendary soccer games and beautiful beaches. This famous Spanish city in the region of Catalonia is home to some of Spanish architect, Antonio Gaudi's most incredible work. Among them are La Sagrada Familia, Casa Milà and the Park Güell
Go see a show at the rand Palau de la Música Catalana, or catch a soccer game at the famous Camp Nou stadium. Just don't forget to taste de unbelievably delicious food.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Mexico is a massive country, with endless tourist attractions for all tastes. However one ifs most beautiful cities is the colorful San Miguel de Allende. Located in Mexico's central highlands, San Miguel de Allende is all red, orange and yellow, and has infinite colonial buildings that remain from the Spanish rule.
The city is well-known for its local artists and art, which can be seen splashed over every corner of this magical city. Visit the old Fabrica La Aurora, the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel, El Jardín and the Instituto Allende.