Europe boasts the nine most visited cities in the world. Paris is the center of romance and the capital of France. London is a multicultural capital, while Istanbul is a place where the East and West collide. The capital of seven hills, Rome, is perfect if you want to see two and a half thousand years of history before your eyes. Barcelona, Moscow and Prague are cities that also take pride of well preserved villas and romantic bridges.

Meanwhile, Athens, Greece brings to life Greek mythology with its well-preserved ancient structures. Finally, Amsterdam is the Venice of the north and home of progressive thoughts. With preserved beauty like throughout these places, it is no wonder Europe is the center of world travel.



North America is comprised of Canada, the United States of America and Mexico. North America is a kaleidoscope of activities, people, culture and history.

North Americans tend to speak mostly English and Spanish. The United States alone boasts of many destinations which allow you to experience the time of your life. Las Vegas and New York City are metropolitan areas that never sleep. No trip to the U.S. is complete without a trip to the Grand Canyon. You can also take a trip to Yellowstone National Park and experience wilderness at its finest, revel at the beauty of Niagara and Horseshoe Falls on the border of the U.S. and Canada, or go cliff-jumping at Matacanes, Mexico. The history buffs can go to the Mexican Aztec and pyramid ruins, or the colonial town of Morelia, Mexico. The isles of Queen Charlotte and the aboriginal Inuvik are also sights to behold in the Canadian territory.



Australia is the only country that is also a whole continent. Australia is quite urbanized in its southeastern portions, and includes some of the world’s most urbanized cities like Sydney or Melbourne.

“The Paradise of the Pacific,” New Zealand contains an assortment of some the most beautiful topography in the world. A multitude of geographical wonders span the landscape, such as soaring mountain peaks, lakes, fiords, rivers, and active volcanic features.



Africa is split in two by the equator, making its climate as diverse as its inhabitants. If you are planning a trip to African there is a lot that you can do and take in. In Tunisia, you can see the desert where Star Wars was filmed.

Egypt is well known for the pyramids and Sphinx in Giza as well as the Nile River. In the east, you can take a Safari in Kenya or Tanzania, where you can also see Mount Kilimanjaro. Experience the lush Sahara desert or the mosques in Mali in the west. Down south, you can be adventurous by taking on the Zambezi River rapids or going trekking in Botswana and Zimbabwe. Then top your journey off by going to the cosmopolitan cities of Johannesburg and Cape Town and cooling down after your wild African adventure.



Dubai is a fast-developing part of the United Arab Emirates; its small size and the vast cultures residing there can be a good entry point if you want to travel in the Middle East. Beirut and Tehran are two alternatives if you want to experience metropolitan living. As for touring history, Jerusalem and Mecca are two cities that are highly revered for being the origin of Christianity and Islam. Damascus is the oldest, still inhabited city in the world.

Another site to visit is the Dead Sea. Palmyra, Persepolis and Petra are also highlights. A region rich in history and extremes, the Middle East is indeed an adventurous place for travelers.



Asia is almost 30% of the worlds land area and contains 60% of the world’s population. The highest point on earth, Mt. Everest, is in Asia. The lowest point on land, the Dead Sea, is also in Asia. Asia is the only continent that shares borders with two other continents; Africa and Europe. It sometimes joins with a third continent, North America, in the winter by ice forming in the Bering Sea. 

Asia contains many of the largest cities in the world including the two largest; Shanghai, China and Mumbai, India. Thailand, China, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Maldives, Bali, Nepal are the major tourist destinations in Asia.