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  • Mumbai, India

    Mumbai, formerly Bombay, is where Slumdog Millionaire triumphs. It is the premiere melting pot of India, a metropolis of gargantuan proportions, a veritable megacity which by the year 2020 is projected to become the world's largest...

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  • New York City, New York

    New York City is the center of the universe – at least metaphorically. It is the fictional home of Superman and that of the affable Hollywood beast, King Kong, who scaled the Empire State Building to rescue a damsel in distress and...

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  • Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Amsterdam is the hippest place on planet Earth. It has coffee shops where you can buy and smoke marijuana right alongside your coffee. It has a celebrated red-light district with red-lit window brothels that is proudly on display and an...

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  • Barcelona, Spain

    Barcelona is Spain's most Euro-centric city, and a premier gateway to Europe – right up there with London, Paris and Rome. It's a chic, trendy, vibrant city, where Antoni Gaudi's La Sagrada Familia and other whimsical creations loom...

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  • Berlin, Germany

    Berlin is singularly the most happening place in continental Europe, at once edgy, cultured, hip, anarchical, hedonistic, gritty and irreverent. It has been at the center of much that has occurred over the past century, and remains today at the...

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  • Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm is a city of style and Scandinavian cool. It has its stylish nightclubs, its cool blondes, its media moguls and high-tech innovators, and Scandinavian royalty ensconced in opulent palaces. The city itself is set on 14 islands...

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  • San Francisco, California

    San Francisco is unequivocally the most popular, most visited city in the United States. It is the City by the Bay, the city built on rock and roll, the home of bohemians and the Beat Generation, and that of the "flower children" of...

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  • Auckland, New Zealand

    Auckland is the "City of Sails." It has more sailboats per capita than anywhere else in the world, and its sailors, an intrepid lot, brought home yachting’s premier trophy, America’s Cup, in a 5-0 sweep over their American rivals in...

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  • Paris, France

    Paris has attitude. It has culture. It has style. It has visitors arriving by the millions. It has iconic landmarks coming out of its ears – think Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, and Notre Dame, to name just a few. It has art museums and...

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  • London, United Kingdom

    London looms large on world stage, no matter how you slice it. It is an international city, a cosmopolitan city, a political capital, a financial capital, a world-class city with stature. It is at once grand, majestic, royal and historic, and...

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  • Cuzco is the ancient capital of the Inca Empire, and the epicenter of the Andean Quechua culture. It has a monumental... Read More

  • Thimphu is the seat of the last of the Himalayan kingdoms. It sits in splendid isolation in a long, high valley in the... Read More

  • Mostar is where Christians converted to Islam, and where moussaka – consisting of sliced eggplants sautéed in... Read More

  • Santiago is Chile's capital of cool. It's mostly a modern metropolis, but with more than 500 years of history and relics... Read More

  • Tampere is a city of rock. In fact, Tampere, Finland, like Manchester, England, evolved from a market town into a major... Read More

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  • Ischgl is a small mountain village turned hip ski resort, with massive appeal among the party-hearty young crowds. It is... Read More

  • St. Anton, Sankt Anton am Arlberg in German, is Austria's premier ski-bum resort! It's actually a small village cum... Read More

  • Kitzbühel, a small, Tyrolian resort town in the Kitzbüheler Alps, comes with international renown and huge snob appeal, and... Read More

  • Andorra la Vella is its own little world, and not just because it’s a 290-square-mile independent principality (a fifth the... Read More

  • Bariloche (officially San Carlos de Bariloche) is the place to be seen. It is to Argentina what Aspen is to the... Read More

  • Aspen is America's most famous ski resort. And that's an understatement. For, as a ski complex, Aspen is unsurpassed. Its... Read More

  • St. Moritz is a glitzy, alpine resort town in the celebrated Engadin Valley of Switzerland, with huge notoriety as the... Read More

  • Lake Tahoe is the premier lake resort of America, and the largest alpine lake in all of North America. It is an absolutely... Read More

  • Zermatt is a small but glamorous mountain resort town, with a population of approximately 5,700. It is one of Switzerland's... Read More

 

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