A Russian jewel on the Baltic Sea, St. Petersburg was founded by Peter the Great, but named after the Saint. There's plenty to fascinate visitors to this most cultured and European of Russian destinations, from the expansive Hermitage Museum to spectacular palaces and cathedrals.
Architecture, fine art, theater, dining, shopping... what can't you experience in New York City? Cloud-breaching skyscrapers dot its skyline, while Lady Liberty stands proudly in New York Harbor. Visitors taking a bite of the Big Apple will find endless options in this metropolis' five distinct boroughs (Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx, Staten Island).
Nuremberg is Bavaria’s second-largest city and for centuries was the undeclared capital of the Holy Roman Empire. There is plenty to do and see, starting with picturesque charm of the Old Town, situated at the foot of the Kaiserburg.