Amsterdam, the 17th century capital of Holland, is often called the "Venice of the North" due to its numerous, boat-navigable canals. Truly rich in history, the oldest part of this populous, multicultural city is Sloten, which dates all the way back to the 9th century.
Alaska's largest city is the perfect place for anyone who wants a vacation filled with wildlife, outdoor activities, glaciers and gorgeous parks.
Apia is the capital of Samoa and a lush paradise in the South Pacific. Replete with tropical beaches, coral reefs, and historical museums, Apia is the perfect place to immerse yourself in Samoan culture and experience the natural, biodiverse beauty of the South Pacific.
Situated on the Mediterranean and a short drive from Tel Aviv, Ashdod offers spectacular coastal views and is a frequent stop on Mediterranean cruises.
Astoria, Oregon is the state's oldest city. Located on the Columbia River near the Pacific Ocean, Astoria is rich in history, including fishing, canning and the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Ancient history comes alive in Athens, the capital of Greece. Gaze in wonder at the Acropolis and its iconic crown, the Parthenon. Take a deeper dive into the past and visit both the Acropolis Museum and the National Archaeological Museum, which house fascinating artifacts from this ancient city.
Baltimore is a key seaport on the Eastern U.S. seaboard, home to Fort McHenry and civil war vessel the USS Constellation.
Temples, street life and the locals' prioritization of fun define Bangkok. Get amazing, real-deal Thai food on the street, take a boat trip, and bear witness to the boundary-pushing nightlife.
To visit Barcelona is to embrace both the past and the future. There is much to do and see in this cosmopolitan capital of Catalonia, from medieval structures to beaches to UNESCO Heritage Sites by Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Doménech i Montaner.
A frequent stop for Caribbean cruises, this Central American destination will delight you with local flea markets, museums, and delicious eats.
Berlin has an undeniable history. The horrors of World War II, division, reunification, revolution all profoundly impacted the city in the 20th century. Today, visitors will find a sophisticated, high-energy city with endless cultural, architectural and gastronomic attractions.
There's plenty to explore in this vibrant Caribbean paradise. Visit one of the island's many beaches, including Bachelor's Beach, Te Amo Beach, and Sorobon Beach, take a stroll through the Bonaire Arts and Crafts Market, or visit Washington-Slagbaai National Park, where you'll likely catch a glimpse of many of the island's native birds and reptiles.