#9 Reykjavic, Iceland
The coastal capital of Iceland has a surprising number of tourist attractions, new cafes, and restaurants as the post-pandemic economy is strengthening. The National and Saga Museums trace the country´s Viking history and there is a geothermal Blue Lagoon spa in the mountains. There is an American-themed bar downtown, and a cafe renovated out of an old biscuit factory. Reykjavic is among the best places in the world to view the famous Northern Lights. A one-week Reykjavík visit will cost $1,700 for a solo traveler and about $3,100 for a couple. A beer costs between $6 and $10.