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Trip List by PatsFan584

Around the World in 30 Days

17 Apr 2006  World Traveler
3.0 of 5 stars based on 8 votes

One month is not a long time to travel around the world, but let's be real, how many people can afford to go for much longer than that.

  • 1. London
    London, England

    Experience the traditional tourist stops like Piccadilly Circus and Buckingham Palace, but don't forget to take in some of the more local flavor, like the many music venues the city has to offer.

  • 2. Paris
    Paris, Ile-de-France

    Enjoy the fine Parisian cuisine and the many beautiful sites around the city, such as the river bankes of the Seine.

  • 3. French Riviera - Cote d'Azur
    French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence

    Experience some of Europe's best beaches.

  • 4. Barcelona

    Barcelona, I think, is the most beautiful and entertaining city in all of Spain.

  • 5. St. Petersburg
    St. Petersburg, Northwestern District

    Formerly the capital of Russia, St. Petersburg has a rich history along with a literary culture dating back to the times of the great Russian authors like Tolstoy and Dostyevsky.

  • 6. Beijing
    Beijing, China

    Beijing is a must for those going to China.

  • 7. India
    India, Asia

    The largest democracy in the world, India is a wonder if only to see the incredibly diverse religions and cultures and languages you'll expereince in just this one country.

  • 8. Kenya
    Kenya, Africa

    Kenya is one of Africa's more vibrant countries. Many come to get the thrill of the safari experience.

  • 9. Ushuaia
    Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego

    In Ushuaia, you'll find yourself walking beside glaciers and towering peaks, as it is one of the most majestic locales in the whole world, let alone Patagonia.

  • 10. Machu Picchu
    Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley

    To this date, no one knows exactly what this ancient Inca ground served as in its time. It is that mystery, along with the sheer beauty and spirtuality of the place, that draws visitors to Machu Picchu.