1. Burano, Italy
You may think of Rome, Venice or Milan at the mention of ‘Italy’, but located just a short boat trip away from the bustling streets and canals of Venice is the island of Burano that’s absolutely remarkable. With brightly coloured fishermen’s houses adorning the green canalways that leads to an enormous leaning bell tower, this little island is truly a sight to behold. The island is famous for its fresh seafood dishes, especially the risotto di gò which is a traditional Venetian dish made with goby fish.