- Venice (Italy)
- Seville (Spain)
- New York (USA)
- Lhasa (China)
- Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
- London (England)
- Marrakech (Morocco)
- Petra (Jordan)
- Rome (Italy)
- Varanasi (India)
- Florence (Italy)
- Havana (Cuba)
- Kyoto (Japan)
- Jerusalem (Israel)
- Paris (France)
- Beijing (China)
- Lalibela (Ethiopia)
- Granada (Spain)
- Athens (Greece)
- Bagan (Myanmar)
- Kathmandu (Nepal)
- Lisbon (Portugal)
- Tokyo (Japan)
- Istanbul (Turkey)
- Hoi An (Vietnam)
- Amsterdam (Netherlands)
- Luxor (Egypt)
- Berlin (Germany)
- Jaipur (India)
- Lyon (France)
- Iya (Greece)
- Siem Reap (Cambodia)
- Vienna (Austria)
- Cusco (Peru)
- Cartagena (Colombia)
- Zanzibar (Tanzania)
- Mexico City (Mexico)
- Samarkand (Uzbekistan)
- Mont Saint-Michel (France)
- Dubrovnik (Croatia)
- Antigua (Guatemala)
No matter how much you love traveling, new experiences and the development of horizons have not harmed anyone. Therefore, you should know which cities to visit in different parts of our planet.
Picturesque canals, grandiose basilicas, colorful houses, cozy wine bars... This and much more will not leave you indifferent to this city. He is so unique in the whole world!
This is the pearl of imperial Spain, where you can enjoy walks through the narrow streets, look at the Moorish castles, try the famous Spanish tapas snack.
New York (USA)
"Crossroads of the World" is not for nothing that it is called so: it is here that there is a high concentration of culture, art, cuisine, business.
The unshakable Himalayas have this spiritual center of Tibetan Buddhism. Magnificent palaces and harsh monasteries are an amazingly beautiful, fascinating combination.
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
First, there are two of the world's most famous beaches. Secondly, this city will fill you with a lot of impressions thanks to variegated, bright events.
No wonder it is one of the most visited cities on earth: it is worth visiting at least for the sake of prestigious museums, famous street markets, a lively financial center.
The medina of Marrakech is something you will never forget! Street labyrinths, bright bazaars... Vivid memories will be crowded in the head by the dozens.
One of the majestic cities of the world is literally carved into the rocks: no picture will convey this beauty, you must definitely look live.
This city itself is like an open-air museum. Nowhere will you find such a concentration of art! Immerse yourself in history, knowing the beauty of Rome.
The country's most sacred city: you will never forget the sunrise on the banks of the Ganges and the local pilgrims.
Here was born the Renaissance, which gave the world a stunning collection of works of art. In addition, you will know the charming architecture and delicious cuisine of this place.
To walk in old Havana means to plunge into the past. The old atmosphere is created by pre-revolutionary buildings and classic cars. The smell of the city is a combination of home cooking and sea breeze.
Once the city was the Japanese capital, there was an imperial residence. To know the essence of this country, visit elegant tea houses, gardens, local castles.
Cultures, cuisines, beliefs are intertwined here. This is confirmed by the streets of the Old Town, associated with great people and significant historical events.
The most romantic place on earth, the City of Lights – no matter how you call the capital of France. It is difficult not to fall in love with the city, when there are so many museums, amazing squares, cozy cafes.
The Chinese capital, cultural and historical, is famous for its impressive monumental complexes – it is primarily about the Forbidden City and the Great Wall of China.
A great holy city that fascinates with a large number of monumental churches. It's hard to believe, but they are carved into the rock.
The magic of the Alhambra and the cobbled streets of Albaycín – you will not find this in other European cities.
Everyone knows the Acropolis, but it is worth visiting the city not only because of the ancient ruins: take a walk along the sun-drenched streets, flower-decorated squares, go to local museums.
Here - for the most beautiful sunrises on earth: creeping fog, the first rays of the sun, the endless plain ...
The city is considered the gateway to the Himalayas - majestic and picturesque. The city is very colorful, it is home to monks who sing prayers and wear saffron robes.
The city has the status of a separate state, being the center of the Roman Catholic Church. The columns, the dome of St. Peter's Square are a stunning sight. You don't have to be a believer to be fascinated by the Vatican.
Seascapes, sunshine, unique atmosphere of city blocks: the charm of Lisbon will certainly leave a pleasant impression.
City of the future: there are many lights and 13 million inhabitants. Shopaholics, gourmets, party-goers come here, but there are also places of solitude, peace - gardens and shrines.
The intersection of West and East. Thousand-year history, monumental mosques, noisy bazaars... Maybe not right away, but you'll love this city.
Hoi An (Vietnam)
Historic port recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It is noticeable how the city was influenced by Japan, Vietnam. And there is incredibly delicious cuisine!
A city with a high standard of living, attracting many tourists. Many have heard of the Red Light District and the Van Gogh Museum, but not everyone has been there, so make a list of places to visit.
Considered the most beautiful Egyptian city, located on the banks of the Nile, near Karnak and Thebes. Nearby is the Valley of the Kings, a must-see.
It is of great importance in recent history, and is also known for legendary nightclubs and lively restaurants.
The capital of Rajasthan, which will captivate you with its palaces and gardens. Jaipur is one of the three cities of the "Golden Triangle" (it also includes Agra and Delhi).
The UNESCO World Heritage Site is an ancient part of the city, whose history dates back to the Roman era. It is best to visit during the Festival of Light: cathedrals, palaces and streets are illuminated by thousands of lights.
The most popular city in Santorini, known for its magnificent white and blue houses, as if descended from a postcard.
Siem Reap (Cambodia)
Tourists are especially interested in the ancient complex of Angkor Wat, but pay attention to Siem Reap, which combines the energy of bohemian tourism and delicious food.
A city of beautiful palaces, manicured gardens and elegant cafes, and one of the best cities to live in the world.
Listed as a World Heritage Site, Cusco has historic temples, monasteries, and magnificent colonial houses.
The former colony, located on the shores of the Caribbean Sea, has a rich, unique history. Pirates and kings have been here, and the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A popular ancient African city, famous for its white sandy beaches, mixed culture in Stone Town.
Mexico City (Mexico)
There are many attractions, the city is noisy, variegated, densely populated. Discover the local cuisine and admire the colonial architecture of Mexico City.
The city is ancient, connected with the Great Silk Road. The most beautiful example of Islamic architecture in the world is Registan Square.
Mont Saint-Michel (France)
A place for romantics! Pay special attention to the spire of the abbey of Mont Saint-Michel, which rises above Normandy.
Around the walled city is a centuries-old wall. A picturesque place in Europe for lovers of history and not only.
A magical city that gives you the opportunity to explore church ruins, visit bohemian cafes, see vigilant volcanoes on the horizon.