With all the fantastic landmarks it seems the US is a world itself when vacation time comes. From New York to California, there are numerous places in-between that can catch your eye. However, we recommend leaving America on your next vacation to experience what the rest of the world has to offer.

1. Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona has some of the most unique and inspiring architecture in the world, so a tour of the city's parks, museums and churches is a must. Start your day off with tours of Antoni Gaudí's whimsical architecture. Grab lunch at the bustling Boqueria Market then kick back and relax on the shores of La Barceloneta Beach with a cool beverage in hand, all the while enjoying a picturesque view of the Mediterranean. You must hit up the nightlife in Las Ramblas or the Gothic Quarter. And if you're a fútbol fan, you can't leave Barcelona without a visit to FC Barcelona's headquarters, Camp Nou Stadium.

2. Vancouver, BC

There are few places on Earth where you can ski, surf, be transported back in time over 5,000 years, watch a pod of Orcas frolic in the midst, or take a stroll through the world's best urban park, all in one day; Vancouver is that place. Camping and RV trailer rental Vancouver BC is extremely popular on Vancouver Island and there are RV parks and campgrounds that will suit every type of camper or RV. If you prefer a site along the ocean there are many private campgrounds, provincial and regional parks along the shoreline up and down the island but if you would like a quiet spot in the forest, nature sanctuary or in a community campground you will find plenty to choose from.

3. Amalfi Coast, Italy

If you want to visit the Amalfi coast you will be in for a treat - this region has some picture-perfect towns full of multi-colored houses such as Positano, Praiano, and Amalfi itself. Furthermore, there are some absolutely fantastic beaches, coastal walks and mountainside villas. Moreover, aside from the coastal towns and mountains, the Amalfi Coast has a selection of interesting Islands such as Capri and Sirenusas that provide ample opportunity for exploration.

4. Kruger National Park, Africa

Kruger National Park primarily caters to nature and animal lovers. At natural landmarks like the Kruger Tablets and Hippo Pool, visitors will likely see lions lounging and hippos swimming. Meanwhile, game drives and bush walks allow travelers to spot must-see animals like Nile crocodiles, elephants, giraffes and rhinos. More traditional vacation pursuits like guided mountain bike excursions and golfing are also available here. And for those who enjoy archaeology and history, do not pass up a chance to explore the Albasini Ruins.

5. London, England

No matter your reason for visiting, London has something for everyone. History buffs looking to brush up on the British narrative will delight in the Tower of London. Admirers of art or theater will praise the National Gallery and the West End Theatre District, while fans of the monarchy can't skip Buckingham Palace. Although London lives up to its reputation as one of the most expensive cities to visit, it does boast an array of attractions that are free to visit, including the Victoria and Albert Museum and Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, among others.