1. Las Vegas (U.S.A.)
No surprises here. Las Vegas should be on top of everyone’s mind as the de facto party capital of the world. The ‘city in the desert’ has some of the fanciest hotels – think Caesar’s Palace, the Bellaggio or the MGM Grand Casino – a wide-array of jaw-dropping attractions – from magic shows to the world’s top boxing fights and the world’s top casino’s – and stunning glitz and glamour that has no equal.
Want to get a general idea of what Las Vegas is like? Grab some popcorn and sit down to watch Ocean’s Eleven and the Hangover (part 1). After that, you’ll be dying to go there. Make sure you got the budget to back it up though, the motto in the desert is ‘go big, or go home!’
Depending on where you’re traveling from, it can be pretty pricey to get to Vegas. There’s one main international airport that’s serviced from all parts of the United Stats – but people living on the East Coast can expect a 5+ hour flight, with a return ticking costing a few hundred dollars. But don’t let that put you off – Vegas is an experience not to be missed!
Next: This city features perhaps the most well known red-light district in the world. Hint: It’s not Amsterdam.