I'd recommend Greece. There's a lot of history, beautiful buildings, great food and nice beaches. There's so much to see in such a small area, and the transportation system is quite good. If you start in Athens- a beautiful but friendly city- you can take a bus to Corinth or Delphi in a couple of hours, an overnight ferry to Crete or Rhodes (sleep on the ship, and save the cost of a hotel room!) or any of dozens of islands. With the economic crisis, they're very eager to see tourists, and you can get some good bargains.
If you like NY then perhaps try Hong Kong. Its like an asian new york, much cheaper also, and pretty safe. (stay away from the Chungking Mansions as a place to stay though)
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And is good to visit morocco ?
It really depends on what things you like to see, i went to Rome this year and it was fantastic, seen pretty much everything and i loved it! Also went to Barcelona and that was a wonderful place.
But i went to barcelona and i also go to morocco but roma its beautiful too
For me it all depends on who you go with and who you meet along the way.
Some of the best holidays and travel experiences that I have had have come from being with some good company,
Through dark and dim times to moments of bliss it is the people that you are with that make the journey all the worth while.
For a good time that wont break your bank I would recommend taking some time out in India, just one thing to be careful though is to make sure your stomach is well prepared for the rich foods and strong herbs.
A few friends went native there last year and on day two or three their stomachs were worst for wear from taking the hottest foods on the menu.