Discover Ukraine

Stunning cathedrals and views of the Black Sea make Ukraine an incredible place to explore.

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Paris

Paris

It’s a prime destination for travelers from around the world. The Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Le Marais, Champs-Élysées, Arc de Triomphe are some of the sights to see when visiting Paris. No trip to the City of Light is complete without a stroll on the ornate Pont Alexandre III Bridge, over the serene Seine River. 960 1280

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New York City

New York City

New York City is the full of culture and diversity. Broadway, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Ground Zero, Harlem, Central Park and Soho shopping are great reasons to visit the Big Apple. Venture out beyond Manhattan and experience the flavor of Brooklyn and the NYC’s other boroughs. 960 1280

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Hawaii

Hawaii

The Big Island of Hawaii is always a popular destination for travelers.  Maui, Oahu and Honolulu are a few Hawaiian hot spots for relax and unwind. There’s something for everyone, including sunset paddling, the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, USS Arizona Memorial, Panaewa Rainforest Zoo, and Waimea Canyon. 960 1280

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Rome

Rome

This is Rome’s famous Ponte Sant'Angelo Bridge, leading to Castel Sant'Angelo. Plan your trip to see more must-see attractions in the Eternal City, including the Vatican, Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum, Pantheon, National Museum of Rome, Sistine Chapel and Piazza Navona. 960 1280

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Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico

Take a jungle tour; swim with the dolphins; go snorkeling in the 2nd largest reef in the world; or take a Party Hopper Tour of fun pubs in Cancun, Mexico. We also recommend that you indulge in a couple relaxing days on the pristine, sandy shores of the popular destination. 960 1280

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Orlando

Orlando

Epcot Center is just one of the magical Disney parks in Orlando. Looking for more family theme-park adventures? Then head to Magic Kingdom Park, Universal Studios Florida, SeaWorld and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. Orlando is also a great destination for adults with dozens of places to visit a spa, golf, shop and it’s also a popular destination for weddings. 960 1280

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London

London

Old and new worlds meet in London with a walk across the Millennium Bridge to the historic St. Paul's Cathedral. Looking for other things to do? Visit Buckingham Palace to see the changing of the guard; spend the day shopping around Piccadilly Circus; or get a view of Big Ben and Westminster palace from the London Eye. 960 1280

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Miami

Miami

Miami is pulsating with nighttime energy, with hot restaurants and hotter clubs. Enjoy shopping on Lincoln Avenue; partying on Ocean Drive; sunbathing on South Beach; and visit Parrot and Monkey Jungle Islands. 960 1280

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Las Vegas

Las Vegas

Luck can be more than a lady in Sin City. With dozens of posh hotels, casinos and a variety of buffets, Las Vegas is a definitely a top destination for tourists. Go indoor skydiving; ride a rollercoaster at the Stratosphere Hotel Casino; stroll through the Bellagio’s Botanical Gardens; or race your friends in a mini kart at the Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix. 960 1280

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San Francisco

San Francisco

Take in the view of San Francisco from high atop Mission Dolores. Plan your next adventure in the City by the Bay. Visit Golden Gate Park, the Castro neighborhood, Palace of Fine Arts, Embarcadero, Coit Tower, The Presidio, Muir Woods, or take a ferry to Sausalito. 960 1280

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Myrtle Beach, SC

Myrtle Beach, SC

Myrtle Beach's Broadway at the Beach is 350 acres of fun with restaurants, movies, mini golf, music pavilions and more. Tourists come to this quaint southern town to bathe in the sun on the beach, but other dozens of other things to do and see, including the Carolina Opry, Family Kingdom Amusement Park & Water Park, Apache Family Campgrounds and Le Grande Cirque Adrenaline. 960 1280

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Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Beverly Hills, Sunset Boulevard, the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Universal Studios are just a few reasons why tourists flock to The City of Angels. While you’re in the area, take a daytrip to Laguna Beach or Santa Monica. 960 1280

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Branson, MO

Branson, MO

Branson, MO, is a lively vacation spot with theme-park fun, live theater and the Showboat Branson Belle. It’s not only known as a country music hot spot, but it’s also great for whitewater rafting, ziplining, catching a show at the Amazing Waltzing Waters or visiting the World’s Largest Antique Toy Museum. 960 1280

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Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

Morro Castle, Turtle Beach, Old San Juan, El Yunque Tropical Rainforest and Rio Cumuy Cave Park are some must-see sights in Puerto Rico. The Vieques Biobay is also a popular destination and one of a few bioluminescent bays in the world.  Go midnight kayaking or take a dive into the glowing green waters of Mosquito Bay. It’s one of the most amazing experiences Puerto Rico has to offer. 960 1280

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Midnight Sun, Arctic Circle

Midnight Sun, Arctic Circle

The sun shines at … midnight. Take in the magical sight of the midnight sun this June in places like Hornstrandir, Iceland’s northernmost peninsula, just a few miles from the Arctic Circle. Here, the sun is visible for 24 consecutive hours, as the sun barely disappears below the horizon. 960 1280

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Nude Bathing, Iceland

Nude Bathing, Iceland

Keep Father Time -- and maybe a few wrinkles -- at bay with a nude dip in a balmy hot spring. That personal prescription for wellness comes straight from Icelandic lore, and true to form, Icelanders take a nude dip in hot springs and the surrounding sea every June 24. They also live long lives. Coincidence? 960 1280

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Sonoma County Hot Air Balloon Classic

Sonoma County Hot Air Balloon Classic

See the Purple People Eater, Sushi the Flying Fish and other colorful balloon characters soar through the skies of California’s wine country. Since its start 23 years ago, this annual summer event in the town of Windsor, CA, has gone on to draw balloon pilots from all over the country. You can also enjoy a tethered ride, hovering 50 feet above the ground. 960 1280

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Destination Wedding in …

Destination Wedding in …

Getting married this month? Don’t just dream of being a June bride, make it a reality in some of the most weather-perfect places to tie the knot this month. Our friends at weathertrends360 have forecasted June’s top 5 clear-sky destinations: Bar Harbor, ME (best time June 21-30); Orlando (June 1-8); NYC (June 21-30); Napa Valley (June 9-16); and San Francisco (June 10-17). 960 1280

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Summer Holiday in Newquay, UK

Summer Holiday in Newquay, UK

If you love to surf and travel, combine both passions with a trip to this seaside town in southwest England. June kicks off the best time of year to visit Newquay, widely touted as the surf capital of the UK. Situated on a gorgeous stretch of the Atlantic Coast, the town boasts 9 long and easily accessible beaches – head to Fistral Beach, home to some of the best breaks in the area. 960 1280

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Saint Tropez

Saint Tropez

If all things French are calling your name, book a trip to Saint Tropez. June is one of the best times of year to savor this glamorous seaside town on the French Riviera, home to beautiful beaches like the golden-sand stretch of Plage Port Grimaud. Plan your last-minute getaway with our travel deals experts. 960 1280

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Gay Pride Celebrations

Gay Pride Celebrations

Celebrate freedom (and some really wild getups) in month-long gay pride celebrations worldwide. LGBT pride parades from San Francisco to Sydney are the highlight of the festivities, which hearken back to the days of gay resistance to police aggression in June 1969 at NYC’s Stonewall Inn, now a National Historic Landmark. 960 1280

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Midsummer Festival, Sweden

Midsummer Festival, Sweden

Let the sun shine in! When the summer solstice arrives … and the Earth’s semi-axis is most inclined toward the sun … head to Sweden for the country’s traditional Midsummer Day, in late June. Here, locals carry heart-shaped wreaths as part of the festivities in the Swedish town of Leksand, about 150 miles from Stockholm. 960 1280

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Kamehameha Day

Kamehameha Day

Get out your grass skirt out … and get ready to hula! It’s Kamehameha Day! Each June, Hawaii honors the monarch -- depicted here in a towering bronze statue in downtown Honolulu -- who first established the unified Kingdom of Hawaii and brought coffee and pineapple to its shores. Plan your Hawaii getaway with our Big Island Weekend Guide. 960 1280

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Philippines Independence Day

Philippines Independence Day

Head to this archipelago of 7,107 islands in the western Pacific for the country’s national holiday marking its call for independence, first proclaimed in June 1898, and finally realized in 1946. Relax in a hillside villa on the small island of Boracay, or book a stay at El Nido Resorts, located on various islands in the area. 960 1280

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Katmai National Park, Alaska

Katmai National Park, Alaska

There’s only 1 place in the world to see this iconic image: Southern Alaska. And there’s only 1 time of year to see it: Late June through the end of July. Head to Katmai National Park to see some very hungry brown bears enjoy a feast of sockeye salmon that make their annual migratory run from the northern Pacific Ocean into park waters -- Brooks Camp is the place to the see this unrivaled nature show. 960 1280

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South Florida’s Summer Savings

South Florida’s Summer Savings

You can’t jump into June without jumping into South Florida. Seriously, now is the time to enjoy discounted rates (in some cases, up to 50%) at area hotels and resorts. See how to do Miami and Fort Lauderdale on a budget, and for popular, family-friendly beach vibes, check out our Delray Beach Guide. 960 1280

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National Caribbean-American Heritage Month

National Caribbean-American Heritage Month

June kicks off hurricane season in the Caribbean, but don’t let that stop you from savoring Caribbean heritage … right here in America. President Obama has named it National Caribbean-American Heritage Month, and among the festivities happening nationwide is the DC Caribbean Carnival, an annual parade and festival held in late June. 960 1280

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Queenstown Winter Festival

Queenstown Winter Festival

If you’re hungry for snow, hightail it to this annual festival in New Zealand, which attracts thousands of skiers and snowboarders to the blindingly white slopes surrounding the resort town of Queenstown. A big draw is Coronet Peak, located 12 miles north of town, where powdery terrain comes courtesy of some of the country’s best snowmaking facilities. 960 1280

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Spoleto Festival, Charleston

Spoleto Festival, Charleston

Enjoy one of the world’s major performing arts festivals this June in Charleston, SC. Founded in 1977, the Spoleto Festival was the brainchild of Pulitzer Prize-winning Italian-American composer Gian Carlo Menotti. The 17-day-long fest, named in honor of the ancient Italian city of Spoleto, showcases established and emerging artists through more than 150 performances of jazz, theater, dance, opera and classical music. 960 1280

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Mount Vesuvius

Mount Vesuvius

The Gulf of Naples with Mount Vesuvius looming in the background.  960 1280

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Saint Lucia Port

Saint Lucia Port

Boats dock at Santa Lucia port in Naples.  960 1280

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Church of San Domenico Maggiore

Church of San Domenico Maggiore

The Church of San Domenico Maggiore, built between 1283 and 1324, is just one of the 448 historic churches in Naples -- the city has the largest concentration of churches in the world. 960 1280

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Graffiti Train

Graffiti Train

Naples is one of the most continually inhabited cities in the world and is full of historic buildings, but it is also one of the most populous in Italy. Naples may be a little grimier than other European cities, but it can also be breathtakingly beautiful. 960 1280

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Street in Downtown Naples

Street in Downtown Naples

A typical street in a Naples neighborhood.  960 1280

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Pizza Margherita

Pizza Margherita

Naples is perhaps most famous for its pizza -- pizza margherita in particular. The red sauce, sliced mozzarella and basil are said to represent the Italian flag's colors. 960 1280

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Castle Nuovo

Castle Nuovo

One of the main architectural symbols in the city, Castel Nuovo (also called Maschio Angioino) was built in 1282 for Charles I of Anjou, the King of Naples. 960 1280

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Piazza Del Plebiscito

Piazza Del Plebiscito

The statue of Ferdinando IV di Borbone in Piazza del Plebiscito, one of the largest piazzas in Naples.  960 1280

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Castel dell'Ovo

Castel dell'Ovo

The Castel dell'Ovo, built on a peninsula in the Gulf of Naples, is connected to the city by a 330-foot-long causeway. 960 1280

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Immacolatella Fountain

Immacolatella Fountain

The Immacolatella Fountain, built in 1601, was constructed by Pietro Bernini. 960 1280

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Pompeii

Pompeii

The Roman city of Pompeii is just a short train ride from modern Naples. When nearby Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D., the city and its inhabitants were buried in ash and pumice, leaving the buildings perfectly preserved for 1700 years. 960 1280

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La Corriecella

La Corriecella

The fisherman's village of La Corricella in Procida, Italy, one of the small islands off the coast of Naples. 960 1280

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Capri

Capri

Visit the island of Capri and spend a day on a beach like this one. The island is just a short ferry ride from Naples, and is famous for the Blue Grotto, a sea cave illuminated by sunlight shining up through the water. 960 1280

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