Featuring Naples, Petra, Denver, Detroit, Brooklyn, Kuala Lumpur, Memphis. municipality in Italy. The city has a population of about 4 million or more, one of the largest metropolises on the Mediterranean Sea. It's the 9th most populous urban area in the European Union. Naples is also one of the oldest, continuously inhabited cities in the world. First up is to try its great pizzas! It's a must in Naples! The city, after all, is the birthplace of pizza, and the locals take their signature dish very seriously, crafting every pie with love and care, and expertise! After stuffing yourself with pizza, it's time to wander around the city! The Historic Center is a great way to see the city, go about it without a plan! The storico antico is most recommended, as it is both ancient and modern. It's got a mix of old hills and buildings, and shops and apartments that have been there for centuries. Next up is Italy's two most popular sites for tourists: the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. PETRA Feast your eyes on amazing sights in Petra, Jordan The city offers breathtaking views and scenery that you wouldn't have ever imagined Petra is known by many names like Nabataeans as Raqmu, named by the Arab Nabataeans who founded the city capital from way back to 312BC. Petra is also known as the Rose City because of the light reddish hue of the rocks upon which the city is built on. The city itself can be considered as an archeological city. Just look at its marvelous rock carving architecture and its elaborate water conduit system. DENVER A mega city with urban landscapes surrounded by the great outdoors- welcome to DENVER. Denver is capital city of the state of Colorado. It is also considered as its most populous city. Denver is known as the mile-high city, because its elevation is exactly a mile high from sea level. It is located in the plains near the foot of the American Rocky Mountains. Because of this you can expect good weather in Denver all year round- there's a popular saying that Denver receives 300 days of sunshine every year. But don't be fooled, the high altitude of Denver makes sure that the temperatures remain at a cool range but at the same time the air is quite thinner when you are way up there- this means cleaner fresher air but at the same time lower humidity so always keep yourself hydrated when in Denver. DETROIT is the most populous city in the US state of Michigan. Its metropolitan area is known as Metro Detroit. It is home to 4.3 million, making it the 14th most populous metropolitan area in the US. The city of Detroit was founded in July 24, 1701 by French explorer and adventurer Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac It is due to the expansion of the automobile industry that the Detroit area emerged as an important city in the States in the early 20th century. For one, Detroit is often associated to the inimitable Henry Ford, whose breakthroughs helped give rise to the city's automobile industry. Ford's wealth, interests, and talents are showcased in The Henry Ford. It is a large complex of museums, living history sites, factory tours, and archives These places will provide you a detailed look into Detroit's past, as well as the family and lifestyle of Henry Ford. BROOKLYN is the most populous of NYC's five boroughs It is geographically adjacent to the borough of Queens at the southwestern end of Long Island Since 1896, the city has had the same boundaries as Kings County. Brooklyn has a land area of 71 sq miles or 180 km miles. Its water area is about 26 sq miles and 67 sq km. The official motto of Brooklyn is displayed on its seal and flag. Its motto says Eendraght Maeckt Maght which means "Unity makes strength" in early modern Dutch. The borough remains home to many diverse communities These range from Russian enclaves in Brighton Beach and Polish residents in Greenpoint. The arty punks of Bushwick and the Bugaboopushing moms of Windsor Terrace are also part of their multi-cultural communities. KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia's capital city, Kuala Lumpur, is the sixth most visited city in the world, known for its cultural diversity, combinations of colonial and modern architecture, lively marketplaces, and several shopping destinations. Kuala Lumpur is home to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest twin buildings in the world and one of the city's most famous landmarks. The Twin Towers stand at about 452 meters tall. It was designed by Argentine architect Cesar Pelli who followed a postmodern style so that the towers would be the city's 21st century icon. Surrounding the Petronas Twin Towers is is the KLCC Park which was built to provide green scenes around the Petronas. KLCC Park is open to everyone and visitors can jog, take children out to play, or just simply relax and enjoy the greenery contrasting Kuala Lumpur's cityscape. MEMPHIS The city that is the birthplace of rock and roll- visit Memphis. Memphis is city located in the southwestern corner of the state of Tennessee overlooking the Mississippi River. It is in fact the state's most populous city of the state with its 1.3 million inhabitants. Historically, Memphis has served as the commercial and social center connecting regions in western Tennessee, the Mississippi and eastern Arkansas. The city is also known as one of the top producers of cotton for the United States. They don't call the city the birthplace of blues and rock and roll for nothing. It is said that Blues pioneer W.C. put down the first written Blues in paper here. Elvis Presley also recorded his first song in Memphis and considered the city his home. Memphis also has one of the biggest guitar factories in the US- Gibson's Beale Factory So what to do in Memphis? Well for the rock and roll music fan, this is where you'll find anything and everything about the king - Elvis Presley. It's a must to go on a pilgrimage to Graceland, Elvis's Mansion and home.