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Like all great cities, you can spend months in Paris and barely scratch the surface of the city’s cultural treasures. It has museums galore, stellar shopping and busy cafés perfect for people-watching.
Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Sixty miles south of Cancun, the authentic seacoast village of Playa del Carmen was once a quiet outpost favored by European backpackers. Now it’s the gateway to Mayan ruins, miles of pearly white coastline, and a surprising number of new all-inclusive resorts. Children will love Xel-Ha, a series of shallow calm lagoons where you can teach them to safely snorkel. Then head further south to the ruins of Tulum and view 60 ancient buildings perched on a cliff directly above a palm-fringed beach. Archaeologists estimate the beginnings of Tulum from 700 to 1,000 A.D., when the Mayan civilization had passed its peak.
A tropical winter weekend getaway can be had in up-and-coming Roatan, the largest of the Bay Islands off the coast of Honduras. Wild parrots, iguanas, and monkeys roam freely among the lush countryside and mountainous spine, while the clear turquoise waters and the surrounding reef make for an unmatched underwater experience; expect to see shipwrecks, sea turtles, dolphins, and whales when diving offshore. There are no fancy high-rise hotels, malls, or golf courses here – just miles of unspoiled beaches and tropical landscapes.
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe is a natural beauty, nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the foothills of the Rockies, with an average of 300 days of sunshine and clear blue skies. One of the most unique offerings of Santa Fe is the open-air opera (pictured). Take a backstage tour for only $5, or catch some of the best operas under the stars. Italian a little rusty? Don’t worry, this opera house has electronic translators on the back of each seat so you can read along in English while you listen to the beautiful music. Santa Fe is probably the best place in the world to shop for American Indian arts and crafts. Find a great Native American memento from a vendor in front of the Palace of the Governors. For higher-quality Indian art, try vendors clustered around the Plaza.