Courchevel, FRANCE -- ski capital of the world in the French Alps. Although its dubbed as a playground for the rich, you don't need to be a millionaire to be able to enjoy the largest linked ski areas in the world. Get ready to ski, eat, après --repeat!
Granada, SPAIN -- the last city to be reconquered by the Catholic Kings in 1492. Only ~2.5 hours by train from Sevilla, you'll be transported back to the last Muslim ruled state where you'll feel more like you're visiting Morocco than Spain.
San Miguel de Allende, MEXICO - recently named "best city in the world”, this enchanting town was the perfect pace for an overdue sister's trip. If you like rooftops, sunsets, colorful streets, and some of the best views of central Mexico, SMA should be at the top of your list.
Sevilla, SPAIN – one of my favorite places on the planet. If you are looking for a truly Spanish adventure, head south to the smaller cities of Andalucia.
Porto, PORTUGAL - lured in by the beautiful blue azulejos and port wine, we headed north to the country's second largest city.
Providenciales, TURKS & CAICOS - praise Southwest for their new(ish) route into the Caribbean! We visited 12 years ago before Grace Bay Beach was on the map . Just this year it was voted #1 beach in the world by Tripadvisor, so many more are flocking to it's crystal clear waters.
Cusco, PERU - land of the Inca and pisco...and not to mention a major bucket item list for me!
Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM - home to one of the most prestigious football teams in the world, we headed to England's second city to see The Reds live in action at Old Trafford.
Florence, ITALY – capital of Tuscany, this smaller city is full of Renaissance history and gives off a distinct Italian charm.
Rome, ITALY - According to tradition, if you toss one coin into the Trevi Fountain, you'll return to Rome. If you toss two, you'll return and marry. When I was 18 visiting Italy (and Europe!) for the first time, I tossed a coin and now I'm back...with my European husband!