SIDI BOU SAID, TUNISIA
This bohemian village is a popular vacation spot for wealthy Tunisians. The landscape resembles the Greek Islands with its white buildings and bright blue trims.
No, that’s not Cinderella’s castle… it’s a real place situated in the Slovenian Alps near Austria. The iconic Bled Castle,which dates from the year 1011, now functions as a museum, restaurant and wine cellar, and looks out onto a glacial lake.
CUA VAN, VIETNAM
Located six hours from Hanoi, this 700-person floating fishing village in Ha Long Bay is stunning, thanks to teal water, colorful raft houses & limestone hills.
Whatever, Paris. This town in southeastern France is way more romantic than getting jostled by tourists at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
Best known for its dramatic setting on the Li River, the town of Guilin dates back to the Qin dynasty (that dates back to 221 BC, in case you didn’t know).
You may want to move to Scandinavia after seeing this adorable Norwegian town.Stay in a quaint cottage and spend the days fishing, kayaking and hiking; at night, you may even catch a Northern Lights show.
With Crayola-colored houses and jutting cliffs, this Northern Italian coastal gem is just begging for the Instagram treatment.
This lesser-known Greek island is situated between Mykonos and Santorini.You’ll find white marble and crystal clear water as far as the eye can see.
QUEENSTOWN, NEW ZEALAND
This resort town on New Zealand’s South Island is slow-paced, scenic and cosmopolitan all at once. During the winter it becomes a popular ski destination.