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As the heart of Tuscany, Florence will transport you to the Renaissance. Admire the work of Michelangelo, drink some chianti while watching the sunset and admire the magnificent duomo.
The ultimate European destination, Paris is a chic dream. Spend hours getting lost in the Louvre, enjoy a macaron (or two) along the Seine & fall in love with the Eiffel Tower as it sparkles.
The birthplace of Flamenco, Sevilla has a passion unlike any other city. Sip on some tinto by the river, bike through Plaza de España and get lost wandering the streets of the Santa Cruz barrio.
Not only a Royal residence, London is a city where old meets new. Gawk at the crown jewels at the Tower of London, enter countless free museums and grab a pint at the local pub along the Thames.
Overlooking the Mediterranean, Barcelona is the rebellious sister when comparing Spain’s biggest cities. Admire Gaudí’s unique architecture at La Sagrada Familia, catch the Magic Fountain show in Plaza Espanya and soak in the rays along Barceloneta beach.
The capital of Bavaria, Munich maintains it’s old world charm. Prost with a stein in a beer garden, take a day trip to the fairytale castle of Neushwanstein and climb St. Peter’s Church for a birds eye view of the city.
Where Spanish Colonial meets Inca Ruins, Cusco is the result of two cultures colliding. Try to catch your breath by hiking to Cristo Blanco, discover some Ancient ruins at Sacsayhuman and marvel at the beauty of Plaza de Armas.
Arguably the best place in Peru to get Ceviche, Lima is a capital city that should not be overlooked. Admire the surfers in the Pacific from the coastal walk, drink a Pisco sour downtown or catch a Magic Water Fountain show in the evening.
With tapas, open plazas and world renowned museums, Madrid is the capital city that keeps on giving. Stroll Gran Via for the best shopping, row across the pond in Parque Retiro and admire the 3,000 roomed Royal Palace.