India’s Jaipur: Due to its pale terracotta buildings, Jaipur is known as the “Pink City.” This was initially done on the Maharaja’s (Sawai Ram Singh) instruction to impress the visiting Prince Albert during his tour of India in 1876. Indeed, even today, it’s against the law to paint structures some other variety.”

17. New Zealand’s Waikato: Massive underground caves, lush rainforest, and the bustling city of Hamilton are all found in the Waikato, a region on the North Island of New Zealand. But what is the area’s main draw? an adventure set in Middle-earth on the Lord of the Rings film set. The original Hobbit holes remain from the filming at Hobbiton Movie Set.

18. Cuba, Havana: Cuba’s capital is a riot of color and nearly 500 years old. Havana is a photogenic dream with brightly painted buildings and vintage automobiles.”