Featuring Mumbai,Copenhagen, Atlanta, Dublin, Houston, Luxor, New Orleans MUMBAI Bright lights, busy city--Mumbai in India. Many Indians choose this place to hold their extravagant, stylish weddings.Guests are always in jewel-toned saris, intricately embroidered skirts, andsuch. Indian weddings in Mumbai are great for sightseeing, often the subject of photographs, and most of all, a fun event to be part of. Lucky if you're a friend or relative of an Indian about to get hitched! Weddings aside, the city is also known for many other treats.The Marine Drive is a popular destination. Listen to Bollywood tunes or the Punjabi rap there. Or if you prefer to be away from the loud sounds and noisy blues, Mumbai will always have its quiet corners. Yoga is popularly practiced in Mumbai. One of the recentpractices is aerial yoga, where yogis would pose using cloth harnesses that are suspended from the ceiling. Another option is to travel via the sea--a highly recommended way to see the city! The Gateway of India is superb at sunset, definitely a sight to behold! Youcan opt to charter a yacht, as there are a fleet of vessels available for hire. COPENHAGEN Roam around the city of Copenhagen and you'll find anything and everything to suit your taste and interests! Denmark's capital is filled with historic landmarks, architecturalsights, and museums that speak of its culture. Visit the famous Little Mermaid of course! The diminutive stature of this bronze-cast Hans Christian Andersen heroine is considered the city's most iconic landmark. Not to be missed are the canals, of course One, thereare the painted houses on the canal side. And these houses boast of beautiful designs and facades. The archetypal Copenhagen scene is picturesque! ATLANTA Capital of the state of Georgia, which is the most populous city in the U.S. The city is in fact the 9thlargest metropolitan area in the U.S. Its pop culture is also rich with diversity, shopping, a thriving nightlife, and yes, sultry weather. It's why the city is nicknamed Hotlanta--both for its happening night scene and intense weather! Atlanta is known for its diversityand culture.Thousands travel to Atlanta for its yearly gay pride festivities. You're also sure to meet a mix of people from various nationalities, beliefs, and religious upbringing. The city, after all, represents a mix of the old South values with modern beliefs brought about by itsgrowing population. The city is also home to one of the world's busiest airports--the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. About 90 million people travel through it every day! And that's mainly because the city is centrally located, and within just a shortflight to where more than 80% of people live in the U.S.! It connects to a dozen of both domestic and international destinations. Now about the famous celebrities in Atlanta. Rappers and singers we know today call the city home. There's Tyler Perry, T.I. and his wifeTiny, and Bow Wow Music videos, films, and TV shows also love to feature the city. Most known are the scenes in Real Housewives of Atlanta, the Braxton's Family Values, and Single Ladies. DUBLIN The capital and largest city of Ireland, Dublin.Dublin's unique charms is its string of attractions that offers a bit of everything for everyone. The Guinness Storehouse is one, being one of Ireland's top visitor attractions. The Dublin Zoo is a highlight, too. There's also the Kaziranga Forest where you'll see a herd of ancient elephants! One of the most innovative water parks in Europe is the National Aquatic Center.It's great for family fun and thrilling adventures with friends! The National Gallery of Ireland is where you'll find over 2,500 paintings and some 10,000 other works in different media. Watercolor art, drawings, prints, and sculptures are all there. HOUSTON Houston Texas counts as probably one of the most interesting, mysterious cities in the world. And this is perhaps mainly because of its Space Center, the place for NASA's astronaut training and flight control complex. Alongside its outer space and otherworldly curiosities, the city also includes the Theater District, the Houston Grand Opera, the Historic District, among others. The city is beautified with 19th century inspired architecture with trendy establishments It is known for being one of the diverse places to live in in Texas Space and science is of course one of the things unique to the city. Houston was actually the first spoken word from the moon. LUXOR The famous city of Luxor, Egypt. On the outside, the city is admittedly not all that charming. The Temple of Karnak It's a massive ancient site that has several different temples that are dedicated to specific gods. Next is the Temple of Luxor, a rather easily accessible place right at the center of town. It was founded by Amenophis III but altered in later years by Tutankhamun, Horemheb, and Ramses II. There's also the Luxor Museum, another breathtaking tourist spot. It houses some of the most important relics collected from temples and tombs around Luxor. NEW ORLEANS A city of jazz, Mardis Gras, and Cajuns cuisine. It's alive and buzzing with activity for adults, and youngsters, too. The largest city in Louisiana is located along Mississippi River, and has one of the largest inland ports in the United States. It is considered a melting pot of cultures, with French-speaking Cajuns, including Creoles, Italian, Irish and German residents.As a result, the city's cultural diversity can be experienced through many things--its music, food, and its schedule of fun festivals you should definitely be part of. To some, it's called The Big Easy, for others, it's referred to as the Queen of the South.