What's not to like about honey-colored building, the world's largest and most visited museum, the Louvre, broad avenues, iconic landmarks, and excellent shopping and dining?
The splendor of Florence is undeniable, with the Duomo dominating the city, covered Ponte Vecchio across the Arno River, and the Uffizi Museum housing exquisite art treasures.
Edinburgh, Scotland's capital since at least the 15th century, is a mix of history and grandeur with a dash of eccentricity and good times.
Located in the heart of Italy's capital city, Rome, the city is a beautiful time capsule. Historic sites in some areas look as if they were built just a few days ago.
London requires no introduction, as it is in continual competition with Paris for the title of Europe's most visited city.
The ancient Greek past is obvious everywhere in Athens, most especially on the Acropolis, which soars above the city.
Venice makes you sigh with longing, conjures up romantic imagery, and makes you wish you could hop on one of those sleek water taxis or a gondola immediately.
This headquarters of the Andaluca area is an ideal location from which to see both the city and its renowned whitewashed villages.
Sydney's man-made and natural attractions make it so stunning. Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House complement the natural harbor.