Check out these travel experiences that have a comparable look and feel.
Explore the seaside towns along the coast by car and stroll the beautiful beaches. Like the towns along the Mediterranean, each new stop along Oregon's Coast, from Astoria to Lincoln, offers a unique cultural flair. Most have a boardwalk along the water, as well as a main street filled with outdoor cafes, ice cream vendors, art galleries, and surf shops.
These are two of the world's most amazing cities and both have something for everyone -- world famous landmarks, theater, museums, restaurants, shopping, sporting events& and more! Each is alive with energy, day and night, and though they are enormous, both are remarkably easy to navigate and explore because of the fantastic transportation systems. You may not find Prince Charles in New York, but you can visit a Central Park's very own Belvedere Castle.
This may be one of the most satisfying swaps on the list. Both of these cities offer visitors the chance to learn a little French, sip lattes in quaint eateries, and wander through historic sites, art galleries, museums and churches. Both these beautiful cities are located along spectacular rivers (Paris – Seine River; Montreal – St. Lawrence River). And, if you are looking for family fun there are many fantastic festivals that take place over the summer months.
Looking to escape from a fast-paced lifestyle to relax in a tranquil environment surrounded by spectacular scenery? Like Lake Como, Lake Tahoe offers warm, dry weather in summer, sparkling blue water, beautiful resorts, and the opportunity to go hiking, biking, sailing, fishing, golfing, water-skiing, wind-surfing or canoeing.
Boston's Irish roots run so deep, you may at times think you ARE in Ireland. Both cities are friendly and compact, perfect for exploring on foot. Boston visitors will love having a meal in an Irish pubs, strolling through beautiful parks&gardens, exploring fantastic museums and zoos, or following the Freedom Trail.