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With 26 UNESCO-declared world heritage sites, charming colonial towns and dozens of thrilling cities, there's plenty to explore in this country of 109 million. Outside the cities, stunning Pacific beaches, stark deserts, mangrove swamps and swimming holes provide all you need for a relaxing, romantic or adventurous vacation. Captivating, cosmopolitan and chaotic Mexico City and the 32 states offer an incredible abundance of experiences, from laid-back and leisurely to upbeat to adrenalin-charging. Surrounded by exuberant nature, Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) and archaeological sites, Mexico is mostly known for its iconic beaches of the Caribbean Sea that are characterized by turquoise blue waters, ideal for swimming or snorkeling like those of Cancun and Playa del Carmen.On the other hand, surfers and lovers of strong waves make the beaches of the Pacific coast their favorite destination.


Germany is the heart of Europe, where history meets modernity. History, culture, and natural beauty perhaps best describe the essence of vacationing in Germany. With its many historic cities and small towns, along with an abundance of forests and mountains, visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing a unique place to visit. Those wanting to sightsee or experience the arts should head to the metropolitan areas such as Munich, Berlin, or Hamburg, while those looking for recreational activities should visit places such as the Bavarian Alps, the Black Forest, or the Rhine Valley.


Majestic and complex, Russia we share will fascinate and captivate. Dive into the heart of its people and its politics, a terrain traversed on what has been declared the most beautiful metro system found anywhere on Earth. The Nevsky Prospect of St Petersburg will take you from ancient cathedrals to new-age boutiques, while a trip to the Red Square of Moscow will launch a grand love affair with Russian architecture. Study masterful paintings and warm up over vodka and warm Borscht beetroot soup. Russia is the largest European and Asian country that covers over 6 million square miles. While almost 28% of the land is still undiscovered, imagine the vastness of the diverse landscape Russia has to offer. From imposing, modern cities to numerous natural and protected areas, including 48 national parks. Simply, everything in Russia is grand, from art and literature to its rivers, lakes and wilderness. Here is situated the oldest mountain in the world – Uralus, and the deepest lake in the world – Lake Baikal. Discover the untouched nature of the Altai Mountains, the lunar landscape of Kamchatka or spot a polar bear up in the Arctic Circle.


Croatia - pristine beaches, jewel-like lakes, ancient ruins, and more than 1,000 idyllic islands, Michelin-starred restaurants and underwater wineries, Croatia has it all. There is so much to discover, from Dubrovnik's old city to the famous Plitvice Lakes National Park and the crowning jewels of Croatia, the Dalmatian Islands, one of the country’s four historical regions known for its pristine beaches, limestone cliffs, crystal clear waters, and beautiful vineyards and olive groves. While Croatia is a fun and relaxing place, it is also the ultimate destination for thrill-seekers. Croatia is home to eight cultural and two natural UNESCO sites. Intriguing architecture that’s been preserved for hundreds of years, including a first-century Roman amphitheater in the city of Pula in Istria. If you are a fan of the HBO show "Game of Thrones," visiting Dubrovnik and Split have to be on your bucket list. Most of King’s Landing was shot in these two cities, and you can see many of the areas where iconic scenes took place.


One of the most eccentric and colorful European countries, España is a true gem for any world traveler. Spain is full of diverse heritage and rich history and the birthplace of flamenco, tapas and sangria is justifiably one of Europe's most popular vacation destination. From the playful architecture of Gaudi to the majestic Moorish palace of the Alhambra, Spain is home to a stunning repertoire of architecture. And there's the scenery to match with the pretty vineyards of the Rioja region and the dramatic mountains of Basque Country. Start your trip in the capital of Madrid, then discover some of the major coastal cities are Barcelona, Valencia, Malaga and Bilbao and if time permits discover the islands of the Balearics which encompass Majorca, Ibiza and Minorca and then the Canary islands consisting of Tenerife, Las Palmas and Lanzarote. Food in Spain is an experience that has become a massive part of what makes the country unique. Make sure to try Paella, a rice dish that is flavored with saffron and other local spices and enjoy Tapas, a wide variety of appetizers or snacks that can be made up of hot or cold elements to be shared with friends and family.

Costa Rica

The country’s name means “Rich Coast” due to the vast quantities of jewels and gold found by the Spanish when they first discovered Costa Rica. Costa Rica's charm lies in its lush rainforests, unspoiled beaches and abundance of wildlife. With breathtaking landscapes and a myriad of creatures – from toucans to monkeys to jaguars – it's easy to see why. Where else can you hike active volcanoes, zip line through cloud-covered rainforests and surf warm turquoise waters within the span of just a few days? In this compact but diverse tropical paradise, exhilarating outdoor activities are abundant. Nature-seekers will roam thick jungles while beachgoers will sprawl across the powdery sands. It's hard not to admire all the splendors this "Rich Coast" has to offer. Residents – known as Ticos – often recite the catchphrase "Pura Vida" (or "pure life"). To truly immerse yourself in the good life, kick back and admire the awe-inspiring scenery.


Belize is often overlooked, but it’s truly a hidden paradise. The minute you arrive, you will be with warm smiles from the locals, stunning dense jungles and impressive Mayan ruins. According to famed diver Jacques Cousteau, the Great Blue Hole of Belize is one of the most spectacular dive sites on earth. The crystal-clear sapphire waters are home to colorful tropical fish and several species of reef sharks – ideal for brave divers who love to get up close and personal with sea life. On dry ground, diverse rainforests, mangrove swamps, and Mayan ruins are perfect for exploration. The beaches of Belize are sunny and tranquil spots for a day of relaxation.


Peru - It is most well-known for Machu Picchu, the 15th century Incan citadel located high in the Andes and one of the seven world wonders! But there are three other distinct regions in Peru that add to its allure: the Pacific Coast deserts with their famous Nazca line drawings in the south and the pre-Inca archeological sites of Chan Chan in the north, and the Amazon and its vast jungles and waterways to the east. In addition to the tremendous historical and outdoor adventure opportunities found here, visits to Peru’s bustling cities and marketplaces in Lima, Cusco, and the Sacred Valley will bring your journey to life.


From the driest desert in the world up north to eternal glaciers and inverted waterfalls down south, Chile extends travelers an invitation that is hard to turn down. The longest and thinnest country in the world runs from the Andes to the Pacific and shares borders with Argentina, Peru and Bolivia. Chile also has territories in Polynesia and Antarctica, making it a tri-continental nation. It is home to the stunningly beautiful Torres del Paine National Park, the awe-inspiring Atacama Desert, and countless natural and cultural destinations in between. Chile features an amazing wine industry, bustling cities rich in history, and amazing architecture.


Argentina is a vast and vibrant country in South America. Often regarded as the Europe of South America, Argentina is brimming with sophistication, adventure, and diverse culture. However, the population of Argentina is mostly comprised of Italian, Northern European, and Spanish descent. This is a country of many contrasts. Here, you can dance the tango in Buenos Aires, feel the spray of Iguazu Falls, sip Malbec in Mendoza, backpack the Andes in Bariloche, and see one of the only growing glaciers on the planet in Argentinian Patagonia. You can even set sail for Antarctica from the America’s most southern port in Ushuaia. With so much diverse adventure and culture at your fingertips, no two trips to Argentina look the same!