CNNGo is a 30-minute show featuring a unique take on global destinations, bringing views from genuine insiders on what gives dynamic destinations around the world their distinctive buzz.
CNNGo hits the streets of the sun soaked city of Miami. From the shores of South Beach to Little Havana to the graffiti filled alleyways of the Wynwood District, the experiences Miami offers are as varied as the individuals that call Miami home.
CNNGo heads to Seville, one of the more traditional but vibrant cities of Spain. The Andalusian capital has a rich and fascinating history - from its Roman origins more than 2000 years ago, to a Moorish influence from the south and a Christian reconquest which left the city with layers of enchanting architecture.
CNNGo heads down to the capital of Queensland, Brisbane. We'll show you how this city has no problem being different than Sydney or Melbourne, taking great pride in its sunny ease and its growing creative edge.
CNNGo travels to Morocco's ""Red City"", Marrakech. The Medina, or ""Old City"", is the beating heart of Marrakech and its labyrinthine souks make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Africa.
CNNGo cruises the canals of Amsterdam. Olympic field hockey player, Floris Evers shows his perfect Saturday with a stroll through the Noodermarkt, a giant slice of handmade apple pie at Winkel, and a picnic in scenic Vondelpark.
CNNGo heads down to experience the pristine beauty of New Zealand's Otago Region. Typically known as a winter destination, we cruise around Queenstown with professional mountain biker Kelly McGarry to see why summer is the new winter.
CNNGo takes you on a ride through Yangon, Myanmar's largest city. Locals explore the best of the old and the new in this rapidly changing place, home to golden pagodas, beautiful heritage architecture and a blossoming art scene.
It's one of the world's largest winter festivals held every year in one of China's coldest cities. This month CNNGo heads north to Harbin, where chart-topping singer, Wanting Qu, is our guide through her hometown's winter wonderland.