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6. ROME, ITALY — Rome is home to the world's largest cathedral, St. Peter's Basilica. While the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, and Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel are all essential to see, the Eternal City also boasts delicious restaurants with fresh dishes and quality house wines.

Peter’s Basilica is one of the four Basilicas that Rome has. It is officially known as Basilica di San Pietro in Vatican and it is located in the Vatican City of Italy.

9. KYOTO, JAPAN — Kyoto has 1,600 Buddhist temples, 400 Shinto shrines, and nearly 100 Michelin-starred restaurants. It's one of Japan's most preserved cities, and traditional geishas can still be seen roaming the streets.

KYOTO, JAPAN — Kyoto has Buddhist temples, 400 Shinto shrines, and nearly 100 Michelin-starred restaurants. It's one of Japan's most preserved cities, and traditional geishas can still be seen roaming the streets.

11. JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — Jerusalem is now attracting the global traveler, in addition to Christians, Jews, and Muslims. As one of the holiest cities in the world, it boasts multiple religious sites.

Hadassah Fashion, Food, Wine & Design Mission to IsraelLed by Liz Alpert & Anastasia Torres-GilAug 30 - Sept 2016 - Ayelet Tours - Israel Tours - Jewish Heritage Tours - Bar/Bat Mitzvah Tours - Group Tours Worldwide

13. VENICE, ITALY — Some city dwellers drive cars; others row boats and gondolas. Venice occasionally suffers from floods due to its canal system, but locals and tourists alike can enjoy waterfront dining and luxury shopping.

VENICE, ITALY — Some city dwellers drive cars; others row boats and gondolas. Venice occasionally suffers from floods due to its canal system, but locals and tourists alike can enjoy waterfront dining and luxury shopping.