1. PARIS, FRANCE

Food, Food and more food awaits you in the streets of Paris. France in general has always had a reputation for rich and delightful dishes of a wide variety. The French take much pride in their food, the way it is prepared, the way it is paired and the way it is delivered. No matter where you go in Paris the food will keep a smile in your tummy. Of course no one should visit Paris without a trip to the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and the world-famous Louvre. These are on pretty much every visitor of Paris must see list and so they should be.

There is also remarkable culture in this breathtaking city. Guests are in a continuous state of awe as they journey from one area to another here.

Contrary to what many Americans believe the French people welcome you with open arms. Many of them are willing to direct you to local restaurants, shopping areas and places where you will find their historic treasures. Enjoy and embrace the people and the culture of this incredible city and your experience in Paris will be like no other, we assure you.

By the way, did we mention the unique and incredible food?

2. ROME, ITALY

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Take the time to appreciate all that Rome has to offer its residents and visitors. Rome happens to be another fantastic city where you can marvel at the architecture, shop in open-air markets and experience an abundance of diverse culinary delights. There is so much to see in Rome that you will feel that you had to leave to early regardless of how long you stay. Make sure you visit the Colosseum first and foremost, also enjoy the Trevi Fountain and spend a day shopping at Via Veneto. And again, make sure you enjoy the gastronomic treats that are everywhere in Rome.

Allow yourself plenty of time to see all of the sites and find the hidden treasures that make Rome such a special place. Split your time and see Rome in its entirety… or as the Romans say- divide and conquer!

3. SIDNEY, AUSTRALIA

Americans rave after their visits to Sydney. With history, countryside beauty and generous hospitality this is a marvelous place to visit. The Sydney Opera House is simply spectacular. It is an architectural gem that anyone would appreciate. While you’re in Sydney remember that the views for the Sydney Tower Eye observatory are like no other. Allow plenty of time to enjoy your time overlooking the beautiful city.

Also remember that the people of Sydney always seem to take the time to assist tourists in finding Sydney’s best attractions and experiences. In fact, just visiting with the people of Sydney make the entire trip worth going.

4. LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

Buckingham Palace, the crown jewels, Camden Market, there’s so much culture and so many interesting things to do in London that it makes ZZZippy’s list as one of the premiere international destinations. Art, fabulous food, amazing architecture and an ever interesting history combine together to make this fabulous place one of our favorites on the planet.

Maybe the most interesting part of a visit to London is strolling through the tight alleys and roads in the heart of London where pubs, hotels and local businesses are so tightly crammed together that it seems as though you couldn’t squeeze the Queen herself down a side street. However there is something that makes the experience quaint and quite enjoyable. If you decide to visit this historic city we suggest that you practice up on your British Slang… it may just some in handy, and Bob’s your uncle!

5. BARCELONA, SPAIN

Barcelona is a world within itself. The landscapes and the architecture are so unique that they mesmerize visitors during their entire stay. There is so much to see that you feel as though you cannot ever take it all in. While there must sees include Gaudí’s Church of the Sacred Family, Park Güell and of course Las Ramblas where you will continuously be entertained by street performers that move throughout the city sidewalks and help create an atmosphere that is unforgettable.