This Caribbean island looks like a dream world with its turquoise seas, verdant mountains, and lush rainforests before a backdrop of the picturesque Pitons. St. Lucia is a place to get away from it all and feel at one with nature while you relax and rejuvenate.
This magical and romantic Hawaiian island pretty much has it all, from stunning beaches to the great outdoors. Feeling lazy? Spend the days soaking up the sun on Wailea Beach. Or if you’re in the mood for adventure, drive the 65-mile Road to Hana past jaw-dropping coastline.
This easy-to-reach Caribbean Island is beautiful and serene with a vibrant and exciting culture to match. Between the sandy shores of Montego Bay, the coral reefs of Negril, and the rainforests of Ocho Rios, there’s something for every type of traveler. You’ll spend the days relaxing and the nights dancing to reggae music.
This colorful city on Colombia’s Caribbean coast is a bustling and romantic destination that’s full of culture and activity. The old city houses pastel-colored houses and old churches built in Colonial-style architecture, and the glitzy, active shores of Bocagrande feel a bit like Miami beach. But just a short boat ride from city center, a handful of secluded and bohemian beaches await you.
One of the most glamorous islands in the Caribbean, Anguilla is a place to relax and get pampered. You won’t find high-rise hotels or casinos. Expect cerulean blue waters dotted with sail boats and secret coves, luxury villas spanning the snow-white sand, and open-air beach bars pouring rum punch and playing reggae music. You might even spot a few celebrities.
This care-free beach town on Mexico’s Caribbean coast is a favorite among hippies, fashion bloggers, bachelorettes, and honeymooners. And between the Mayan ruins, the sandy shores, and the best fish tacos you’ll ever taste, it’s clear to see why Tulum is an ever-popular destination. Still, it manages to remain down to earth and off the grid. There are no traffic lights and no electricity along Tulum’s beach strip and restaurants cook the catch of the day over wood fires.
Scorpio, you’re a mysterious sign that’s hard to get to know. You can be intense and aloof on the surface, but extremely loyal and protective of those you allow yourself to get close to. You’d love living in Chicago, a city as multifaceted as you are. On the one hand, it’s a bustling hub full of unique architecture, renowned art, and incredible food; but at the same time, it’s a laid-back lake city known for its warm, midwestern charm.
Capricorn, you’re disciplined, you have high standards and you’re ambitious when it comes to your career and your personal goals. But let’s not forget about your lively, fun side that comes out when you let loose. You belong in NYC, the city that never sleeps. Some people easily feel overwhelmed in this intense city, but don’t worry, your go-getter attitude and your drive will help you fit in instantly.
Taurus, you tend to be a pretty chill person, but you also appreciate the finer things in life. You have an eye for beauty and you like to treat yourself. You’ll feel right at home in LA where you’re never too far from the beach, a yoga studio, or a green juice shop. Just don’t let the traffic get to you, Taurus, because you’re known to be a bit impatient.
It’s obvious you belong in Charleston, Pisces. Don’t take this the wrong way, but your sensitive personality probably isn’t best for big city life. You have a big heart and you’re always trying to put others first, so you’ll quickly fall in love with this friendly, welcoming city full of southern charm.
You’re a water sign, Cancer, which means you can’t be far from the ocean. You’re a bit difficult to read, but those who are close to you know that you’re passionate, laid-back, and spiritual. Living in Honolulu — where big city life meets chill surf town — will bring out your happiest self.
Leo, you’re full of energy and you’re the life of any party. Social and commanding by nature, people flock to you. You belong in Miami, surrounded by sun, sand, and endless summer. You have the perfect personality to embrace all of the glitz, glamour, and the bustling nightlife in this beachy city.
Hey, Gemini, you’re independent, entrepreneurial, and you like to go with the flow. You have a bit of a weird side…but don’t worry, that’s a good thing. You totally belong in Austin, a happy-go-lucky city full of creative, progressive, and fun-loving people.
Aquarius, you’re inventive and you need space to roam. You’re original, and you march to the beat of your own drum. While you crave some of the comforts of city life, you also need to be close to the great outdoors. You’ll be your best self in this livable, artistic city framed by gorgeous natural settings like the Cascade Mountains to the Puget Sound.
Aries, you’re fearless and spontaneous, and you don’t do well with mundane routines. You want to explore new places and be outside in nature. In liberal, friendly Salt Lake City, you’ll find extreme sports, national parks, and striking wilderness, all combined with the comforts of city life.
Hey, Libra, the nation’s capital city is calling your name. You’re sophisticated, charming, and you’re driven, but you’re great at balancing your career and responsibilities with your social life and relationships. You tend to get a little stressed out from time to time, which is why D.C. is the perfect small, manageable city for you to thrive in.
Virgo, you’re kind, hardworking, and loving. You like routine and organization in your day-to-day life, and you’re a bit of a perfectionist. You belong in Portland, a friendly and laid-back small city that will help unleash your creativity and calm you down. This New England port city has enough culture and activities to give your life structure, but it’s also close to the ocean, rivers, and national parks, which can provide the perfect escape.
The Bay area is calling you, Sagittarius. You’re restless and a dreamer; You desire freedom and you’re incredibly spontaneous. You’ll fall head over heels for San Francisco, a creative and forward-thinking city that’s surrounded by the great outdoors and plenty of space to roam. When you’re craving an escape from the city, a short road trip will get you to Big Sur, wine country, or even Yosemite National Park.
This luxury resort in Kruger National Park is worthy of a once-in-a-lifetime safari getaway. The 13 glamorous suites are built into the trees overlooking the N’Wanetsi River. You may never want to leave…
Located on a stretch of California coast just south of the quaint towns of Carmel-by-the-Sea and Monterey, the Post Ranch Inn is a hidden refuge along Big Sur. The 39 treehouse rooms are built on stilts and boast sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean. Talk about a place to catch a stunning sunset…
There are lots of beautiful places to stay in Paris, but few can compete with this elegant, glitzy hotel in the 16th arrondissement. The hotel occupies an old Parisian palace, and everything from the food to the dining has that certain je ne sais quoi. Imagine falling asleep with the Eiffel Tower just outside your window.
If Santorini is one of the most picturesque places in the world, then consider the Katikies Hotel an Instagrammer’s dream. Between the bright white cavernous rooms, which gaze onto the turquoise Aegean sea, the infinity pools that seem to trickle into the ocean, and the candlelit rooftop overlooking the entire Oia landscape, the Katikies is truly a Mediterranean paradise.
If you have a knack for adventure then this Scandinavian locale is your dream getaway. It’s located above the Arctic circle in the Finish Lapland. During the day, huskies and reindeer will take you sleigh riding, and at night you’ll sleep in a glass igloo or chalet underneath the Northern Lights. Talk about getting hygge.
Turns out, you don’t have to travel all the way to Bora Bora to stay in a thatched hut on stilts above the crystal clear ocean. In the Palafitos-Overwater Bungalows at El Dorado Maroma, your hotel room has a glass bottom floor above the Caribbean Sea. If that’s not enough, each overwater suite comes with a private infinity pools, jaccuzis, and private ladders so you can slide from your living room into the ocean.
Called the Garden Island for its endless lush forests and velvet green mountains, Kauai is one of the most naturally beautiful places in the world. You might recognize the most iconic vista, the jagged cliffs of the Na Pali Coast, from Spielberg’s “Jurasic Park.” Kauai the perfect spot for adventurers, offering endless activities for exploring the great outdoors. Hike the island’s trails past waterfalls, secret beaches and breathtaking canyons.
Oahu is a foodie’s paradise, home to incredible cuisine and a restaurant scene that has everything from no-frills poke shacks to upscale dining. Home to Honolulu, Oahu is a bustling island with a small town feel. It also happens to be home to some incredible beaches, rolling sunflower fields, stunning hiking trails, world-class surf swells, and beautiful natural swimming holes.
The largest of Hawaii’s islands (hence the name), The Big Island is perfect for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. It’s full of gorgeous natural settings and almost otherworldly landscapes from the black sand beach at Punalu’u to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park and the mystical rainforests of Hilo.
Maui is the most romantic of the Hawaii islands, home to 120 miles of coastline that boast some of the most incredible beaches in the world and absolutely stunning sunsets. Hop in the car and drive the scenic Road to Hana and explore Maui’s serene stretches of sand like Kaihalulu, Honokalani, and Wailea Beach.
You got: Garden Loft Apartment in Florence, Italy!
You believe everything has its proper place which is why this stylish garden apartment tucked away in the historic centre of Florence, is a dream come true for you. Pack your bags and slip away into this bohemian oasis and forget all your problems.
You got: Old Smock Windmill in Benenden, United Kingdom!
Your heart has always belonged to a past decade, but this historic windmill will make you feel right at home. You’ll never want to leave the Kent countryside after spending a weekend in the French king bed and dining on the owners organic chicken eggs.
You got: Cozy & Cute Cottage in East Nashville, Tennessee!
Your tastes are simple, sweet, and elegant so definitely book a trip to this renovated cottage that is just begging to be Instagrammed. Grab your best friend, significant other, or just yourself and get your booty to this cottage ASAP.
You consider your home your safe haven, and this villa that is just dripping with luxury is the perfect place for you. With three antique huts to lounge around in, you are guaranteed to have a good time.
You got: Sun Filled Photographic Loft in Toronto, Canada!
You appreciate a good mix of modern and vintage classics which is why this authentic hard loft is the perfect place for you to wake up flawless. With windows on every wall and a swing in the bedroom, you may never want to leave this magical place.
You got: Dreamy Tropical Tree House in Fern Forest, Hawaii!
You believe that fairytales do come true, and while waking up in this actual tree house may feel like a dream, trust me it’s the real deal. Follow the red cinder path to paradise and spend the day lounging on the hanging bed.
You’ve got a flair for the dramatic, so why not step into this historic art house that has been inspiring poets and painters for centuries. Once you step foot into the vintage bathroom you’ll never want to leave, but if you do make it out you’ll find wine bars just 50 meters away.
You got: White Breeze Pool Apartment in Phuket, Thailand!
You appreciate the finer things in life which is why this modern one bedroom is perfect for you. Sit on the terrace and soak in the sight of palm trees or lounge around all day in the king size bed. Either way, you’ll never want to leave this hidden oasis.
This sophisticated yet bohemian city has it all: Amazing food, a distinct Catalan culture, an endless nightlife, style, and tons of history. From the whimsical, colorful architecture designed by Antoni Gaudí, the medieval façades of the gothic quarter, and Barceloneta beach, which is drenched in the Mediterranean sunshine, you’ll instantly fall in love with Barcelona.
You should spend a semester in Cape Town. When you’re out of the classroom, you can take advantage of the incredible weather, amazing natural beauty, and so much outdoor adventure all surrounding this cosmopolitan city. How does a weekend safari trip sound? Or a hike up Table Mountain, a few days in wine country, or a visit to the penguin-clad shores of Boulder beach?
This South American cultural capital is an amazing place to learn. Not only is it flooding in culture and history, but it’s also teeming with exciting neighborhoods to explore, amazing food and restaurants, and friendly locals. When you want to escape the city, you’re only a short flight away from the waterfalls of Iguazu, Mendoza wine country, and the glaciers of Patagonia. Plus, you’ll get to master the Spanish language as you explore this amazing city.
Paris is calling your name, where you’ll find everything from amazing food to jaw-droppingly beautiful architecture to some of the most iconic cultural sites in the world (hello, Louvre). Every arrondissement has its own unique feel, so you’ll never get tired of exploring all the nooks and crannies of this spectacular city. And just imagine seeing the Eiffel Tower sparkle every single night….swoon.
This hip and dazzling city (one of the coolest in the world, to be sure) is known for its laid-back lifestyle, stunning beaches, active harbor, and avant-garde Aussie cuisine. You’ll get to know all the different neighborhoods like Newtown and Chippendale, full of boutiques, galleries, and coffeeshops. And you can spend the weekends exploring the country and the rest of the South Pacific. A trip to Indonesia, Fiji, or the Great Barrier doesn’t sound too shabby, no does it? But whatever you do, don’t leave without snapping an Instagram with a a koala bear.
You’ve clearly got a knack for adventure and for stepping out of your comfort zone, so you’ll fall head over heals for Beijing. This massive city, one of the largest in Asia, is still incredible charming. While it’s super forward thinking, Beijing also has close ties to China’s past. From the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square to impressive temples and the Great Wall, you’ll be surrounded by history. Food also plays a huge role in the social scene, and you’ll find creative cuisine influenced by every corner of the country.
For a taste or urban life with a side of the stunning autumn countryside, head to Vermont. Spend the days hiking and apple picking and enjoying the city’s awesome culinary scene. Take a day trip: Taste the best dairy in the Green Mountain State along the Vermont cheese trail or drive 40 minutes east to the tiny, quintessential New England town of Stowe, where you’ll catch some of the most incredible fall colors.
This region in upstate New York includes lots of little towns like Bovina, Phoenecia, Saugerties, and Woodstock, which stretch along the Catskill Mountains. But all of these villages, built along scenic forests, lakes, and waterfalls, have lots in common. Think: Adorable farm stands selling cider doughnuts and hot coca, quaint main streets, and farm-to-table restaurants.
Asheville, a quirky city with a small-town vibe, is also the gateway to the Blue Ridge Parkway. If there’s one thing Asheville does best, it’s food. You’ll find everything from Carolina barbecue and Southern comfort food to locally-sourced tasting menus. And the craft beer scene is among the best in the country. Take a day trip to drive along the Great Smoky Mountains as the leaves turn orange and gold.
About an hour from Portland, Hood River is one of the most underrated small towns in the country. Set on the Columbia River Gorge, Hood River is an autumn paradise. The 80 miles of cliffs and waterfalls are covered with oak and maple trees, which turn fiery red come October. If you’re an outdoor lover, you’ll love the hiking and mountain biking trails. Plus, just outside town, you’ll find everything from apple and pear orchards to vineyards where you can taste local wines.
There’s no bad time to visit Jackson Hole, but autumn just might be the most beautiful. Beginning in September, the leaves begin to change colors against a backdrop of bright turquoise sky. The temperatures remain in the 60s and 70s, so you can still canoe, kayak, hike, and even go fishing on the Snake River. The town of Jackson Hole also begins to quiet down in the fall after a busy summer full of tourists, so you’ll have no problem getting a seat at all the buzziest restaurants.
You might not associate New Mexico with fall travel, but Taos is one of the most incredible places to see during the changing seasons. This dreamy little artists’ town at the bottom of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains is the gateway to the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway. Make sure to take this 2.5 hour drive along some incredible scenery like Red River and Eagle Next. In downtown Taos, you’ll find unique pueblo architecture, quirky restaurants (don’t miss the huevos rancheros), and lots of museums. Visit in September and you may even catch the Taos Fall Arts festival.
Known as the adventure sport capital of Europe, you can get your adrenaline pumping with everything from rafting and canyoning, to running off of a mountain and paragliding. But even if an adventure holiday isn’t your thing, the insanely beautiful lakes and Alps are enough to warrant a visit.
Whether you spend the night trying to chase the Northern Lights, hike an actual glacier, go whale-watching, or bask in the life-changing Blue Lagoon, you’re basically never gonna want to leave Iceland.
If you want to be in awe of the Alps but also have a mediterranean lake vibe, Lugano is the perfect spot. The southern Swiss city is nestled next to Italy so you can dine on your favorite pasta dishes, or rent a boat and spend the day cruising along the stunning lake.
After exploring the incredible 16th century architecture and taking in the stunning Adriatic Sea, you can also hunt down some of your favorite Game of Thrones filming locations. Truthfully, what more could you want out of a vacay?
Nothing lights people’s pants on fire like a bit of danger, so why not stay at a haunted castle? You can go wandering around at night, poke your head into the dungeons…or, you know, just stay in your room and do it in a four-poster bed.
You got: Check out some mysterious standing stones
You’re curious, experimental, and imaginative in bed, so take that curiosity on the road and visit the Callanish stones on the Isle of Lewis. Who knows, you might be whisked back in time and meet the sexy Highlander of your dreams.
You’re adventurous AF, you can’t get enough, and you’re always wanting more excitement…so why not take on the ultimate challenge and climb the highest mountain in the UK? if anyone can do it, you can, you sexy beast.
You like to get wild in bed, and you’re not afraid to take the plunge and do something different, so you should definitely check out this weird-ass sport, which is basically going over waterfalls in an armchair. You’ll get very wet, and that’s clearly what you’re into.
You got: Hire a fancy-ass yacht and cruise past castles
You’re a true connoisseur of the finer things in life: Great sex (and plenty of it), luxurious toys, and fun, sexy adventures. So you should treat yo’ self to a fancy cruise past some of Scotland’s prettiest landmarks.
Along with a scene of children playing hockey, Canada’s $5 bill has an excerpt from beloved French-Canadian writer Roch Carrier’s classic children’s book The Hockey Sweater, which reads: “The winters of my childhood were long, long seasons. We lived in three places — the school, the church, and the skating rink — but our life was on the skating rink.”
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The front of Australian dollar coins features the face of Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse depicts five of the country’s most famous animal: the kangaroo!
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Fun fact: British pounds have featured an image of the reigning monarch on coins for at least 1,000 years (and was often the only way someone would know what their monarch looked liked), but the first to appear on banknotes was King George V.
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The back of South African rand features Africa’s “big five”: lion, rhinoceros, leopard, buffalo, and elephant.
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The Honduran lempira is named after the 16th-century ruler of the indigenous Lenca people, who led the (ultimately unsuccessful) local resistance against the Spanish conquistadors.
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Swiss franc are quadrilingual, displaying information in Switzerland’s four national languages: French, German, Italian, and Romansh.
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Brazilian real comes in different colors, including the blue R$100 banknote above, which depicts underwater plants, starfish, coral, and the head of República, a national symbol of the Federative Republic of Brazil.
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A bull shark, starfish, and other sea life are featured on the back of Costa Rica’s 2,000 colones banknote. The currency is named “colón” for Christopher Columbus, or “Cristóbal Colón” in Spanish.
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Malaysian ringgit showcases the country’s national flower: hibiscus.
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The 10,000-tenge banknote in Kazakhstan features a mountain range behind one of the country’s rarest mammals: the snow leopard.