1. Florence, Italy
Florence is the capital city of Italy’s Tuscany region and is internationally recognized for the copious amounts of Renaissance art and architecture. Florence is full of history, as it is known as the city that gave birth to the Italian Renaissance Movement. The city is home to a giant outdoor art museum and attracts millions of tourists every year. If you’re interested at all in art history, the Uffizi Gallery is known as one of the world’s greatest art museums and was built in 1560 to house the offices of the city magistrates.
You can sip the regional Chianti at many cafes and bars, eat traditional Tuscan cuisine at the many restaurants and see many live concerts and theater while you’re there. Florence is also famous for its fashion outlets, some offering Fendi, Armani, Gucci, Stella McCartney and Valentino from 30% to 70% off.
2. Buenos Aires, Argentina
The flights to Buenos Aries are a bit pricey, but to wine and dine in this beautiful city isn’t very expensive at all. The area of Palermo in Buenos Aires is one of the largest and trendiest in the entire city and is also one of the safest. There are many furnished apartments and hostels you can rent for your stay. Palermo is home to a lot of the best restaurants and the most lively bars and clubs in the city. Palermo is home to a 170-year-old botanical garden that has over 5000 place species, sculptures and winter-houses. Microcentro is an area in Buenos Aires, which is home to a lot of businesses, bank headquarters and governmental institutions. While in Microcentro you’ll want to visit Florida street which is home to a lot of shopping malls, leather stores and souvenir shops.