Until you’ve experienced noodles on the busy streets of Bangkok, you haven’t experienced real Thai food. A delightful mix of sweet, spicy, sour, and salty make for a savory epicurean experience. True foodies will argue that here is no better dining destination in all of the world. Not to mention, you won’t break the bank eating your way around the city.
An interesting blend of east and west, enjoy the Chinese and French influences while you explore the capital city of Vietnam. Relatively unscarred despite decades of war and seclusion, Hanoi is currently enjoying a booming economy and robust development surge. Find your way past the honking scooters and trinket vendors to the old city where you can enjoy a noodle snack and bargain with some vendor on local handmade wares.
Make a stop off at The Great Wall Of China. Take a drive 40 minutes from the city center and you’ll get a glimpse of the winding, ancient pathways of the Great Wall of China. The wall itself is striking; a stunning architectural feat, that fits seamlessly into China’s rugged, lush-green landscape.
Don’t miss an opportunity to visit Russia’s capital of culture. Venture down canals and amaze at the grand scale of this imperial city. Get lost exploring the endless salons of the Hermitage, the second largest art museum in the world. St Petersburg is all polished up after hosting the World Cup. Now it’s all yours to explore without the crowds. You can even visit for 3 days without a visa by taking an affordable round trip cruise from Helsinki.
This city is a true wonder and has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to scope the flamboyant architecture, rejuvenate in healing thermal baths, or hit the town and party, Budapest delivers on all fronts. Delight in a wide variety of Hungarian food and sip on a variety of wines, a true foodie’s paradise.
A city you’re sure to fall in love with. Imperial palaces, cobblestone streetscapes, and a legendary music scene. Previously known as home to a large Jewish population and immigrants, Vienna has become a haven for Bohemians and artists who have reinvigorated the food and art scene of the city.
One of the world’s most visited cities, London has something for everyone. The contrast between spectacular historic sights and a lively cultural scene makes a visit to London an interesting and thrilling adventure. Whether you fancy to spend all of your time in London or take a side trip through the countryside of England, you could spend a lifetime exploring this country’s culture, artifacts, art, and foodie scene.