Now we will introduce you to the top 10 best places to visit in the world. In the past, travel has not been a highlight of our lives. The past is often regarded as a setback that can never be eradicated from our lifestyle. Global travel is fraught with difficulties and many are unable to travel. It is also unclear what the next few days will be. We hope that an era will dawn. We will be able to enjoy the joy of landing in a new country again. However, the New Year brings new hope for new opportunities to travel around the world. The tour encourages us. Nourishes. And now we all need it more than ever. Those who have accidentally ruled out travel opportunities, look to the future with the desire to escape from our own corner of the world for new adventures.
The desire to experience new things, to see new places, to meet new people is now ready to be satisfied. A world of beautiful beaches, epic mountain ranges, picturesque cities, picturesque villages, and lush landscapes is just around the corner. Then you can these 10 best places to visit some travel inspiration for your next trip.
1. Chile Lake District
Chile is at the forefront of civil unrest, and a trip to “Los Lagos” away from the city center offers tourists a stunning landscape and serenity. Resistant to cosmic phenomena, this area in southern Chile is well worth a two-minute visit. Ideal for national parks, volcanoes, and outdoor adventures. Chiloé Island, famous for its UNESCO-listed wooden churches and Palafitos, can be seen here. You can fly directly from the Chilean capital, Santiago, to the Castro Islands’ capital. After that, you can stay at the Tierra Chilo Hotel and Spa Boutique. For an equally high but cool experience, Parque Quilquico is located in a park overlooking the ocean.
Returning to the mainland, the Monte Ward Archaeological Site offers a glimpse into the lives of people who lived 14,000 years ago. Lake District is home to several national parks, including Chile’s first Vicente Pérez Rosales. Meanwhile, Conguillío National Park is home to the active volcano Llaima. It last erupted in 2008. Pucón’s resort is great for hot springs and bar-piping and is also home to one of Chile’s most famous volcanoes, Villarrica. For experienced climbers, a bold trek to the top of the mountain is essential. Overnight stay at & Beyond Vira Vira, an organic farm lodge.
2. Copenhagen, Denmark
Known as the happiest capital in the world, Copenhagen has been a source of fascination for tourists with its cycling culture, colorful shopping malls, state-of-the-art restaurants, and the spirit of “Haig”. After a seven-year closure due to the construction of a new metro line, the Congolese Nightorve reopened its much-loved square. Earlier this year, Copenhagen brought another joy to the city.
Now the driverless and fully automated M3 (or Cityringen) from the old Viking fishing village is coming from 17 new locations, making it easier to travel to Vesterbro, Nørrebro, and Østerbro by connecting to three “bridge neighborhoods”. The Copenhagen Museum reopens its doors in 2020 with a multi-million dollar experience.
Tivoli Park, the second oldest amusement park in the world, has not lost its charm, but thanks to its magnificent parks, lakes, and playgrounds, it remains the top attraction of the year for all ages. A walk on Strøget, one of the longest sidewalks in Europe, is recommended for many of Copenhagen’s leading restaurants.
Michelin-starred Geranium is one of the most attractive and offers a spectacular view of the Falledparken Garden with a versatile menu of Scandinavian dishes. There is also the wonderful Kødbyens Fiskebar located in the meatpacking district. There you will find some of the best seafood. Don’t miss out: in the winter, check out the city’s new artificial ski and snowboard slope at the Copenhagen power plant. It consists of four slopes with various difficulties, a free-style garden, and a slalom course.
3. The Dead Sea
It is no secret that the Dead Sea is the lowest point on Earth. But the realities of the climate crisis are causing its water level to drop and the destination has been redesigned from a “must-see place ever” to a “place you should visit now”. On the border of Israel and Jordan, the Dead Sea can feel like an extremely salty wetland. Tourists around the world are less likely to talk about political conflicts than the sight of black mud falling back into the water. The feeling of losing confidence with the water-filled landscape, that is, simply closing your eyes, dropping, and feeling like you have been pushed up out of the water is very unbelievable. That is why many people in many eras have found holiness here.
Beyond the action of traveling into a body of water nearly eight times as salty as the ocean, the main location of the Dead Sea makes it the perfect stop on a road trip to the Middle East. Petra, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is located 135 kilometers (84 miles) from Jordan. Also, Jerusalem is only 34 kilometers (21 miles) from world-famous sites. It is as close to the earthly core as the average human being can get, and the next day your skin will get an incredible glow.
The lush eastern Caribbean island of Dominica deserves its nickname “Nature Island”, with lush, primitive rainforests, deciduous peaks, and deep valleys crossed by 365 rivers. The 290-square-mile island was badly damaged by Hurricane Maria in 2017, but Dominica is rebuilding with a new focus on sustainable, climate-friendly construction and eco-tourism offerings. The renovated 28-room Rosalie Bay Eco-Resort will reopen in February 2020, and the redesigned Jungle Bay Eco Villas will reopen in June 2019. Dominica is in the midst of an exciting luxury hotel boom. Among the new luxury properties is Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski, Dominica’s first five-star resort with an 18,000 sq ft spa and four swimming pools.
Hotel giants Hilton and Marriott also have developing resorts. Among them are Hilton’s Tranquility Beach and Marriott Anichi Resort & Spa. Luxury accommodation is a bonus. But the real winner of Dominica is the rugged outdoors. Consider a guided trek up the volcanic Fumerol, the world’s second-largest boiling lake. The tour may also include a refreshing dip in the Emerald Pool, a waterfall located in the UNESCO-named Morne Trois Pitons National Park.
Estonia may not yet be the same term for hot cuisine around the world, but a country like Nordic in northern Europe can keep it there. Don’t be surprised if you hear more about its busy food scene in 2020. Most notably, the Bocuse d’Or Europe, a live cooking competition in honor of the late French chef Paul Bocuse, takes place in late May. It has been participating in the culinary show for over a decade.
But this is the first time the country has hosted it. With over 100 restaurants in the White Nordic Guide (a restaurant guide that includes the best in the Nordic and Baltic countries), the loyalty to Estonian local and home-cooked food is evident in Tallinn restaurants such as O.Despite its rich and growing food and drink scene, Estonia is, perhaps, best known for its beauty and natural, expansive open spaces. Outdoor enthusiasts can plan a full tour around Estonia’s extensive bog network. With a small population, this country is relatively small (about the size of the state of New York), so it conducts uninterrupted, unpopulated, and affordable expeditions. All camping facilities, for example, are provided free of charge.
James Bond, Bob Marley, Turquoise Water, and Amazing Waterfalls are some of the highlights of Jamaica. In April, Ian Fleming’s superhero James Bond appears in his 25th feature film, No Time to Die, and returns to Daniel Craig’s 007, about 90 minutes off the coast of Montego, his creator’s real-life beach house.
Working every winter from 1952 until his death in 1964, Fleming wrote 14 James Bond novels in Goldney. Visitors can stay at the famous author’s five-bedroom beach house on the island’s north coast and take advantage of Fleming’s desk. Famous reggae musician Bob Marley, Jamaica’s favorite son, has turned 75 on February 6. Marley’s Jamaica is a living, throbbing heart. It is full of love, pain, history, and cultural significance. The singer lived in Kingston, the capital of Jamaica, and fans of Marley’s music and messages can now interact with the popular artist at the Bob Marley Museum, his former home.
It is easy to ignore Kyrgyzstan, which lies hidden between China in the east, Kazakhstan in the north, and Uzbekistan in the west. But it is the perfect jewel of a country. Head east from the capital Bishkek. There, to the glorious melting waters of Lake Isik-Kul, the rugged descent, and Kyrgyzstan reveals itself as a deceptive wonderland discovered by several international visitors.
Within a few miles, the landscape offers lush, high-altitude meadows as opposed to the desert-like canyons and the European Alps to compete with the American West. In winter, skiing is available around the city of Caracol. In the summer, mountaineering and horseback riding takes place in the Tian Shan Mountains. Throughout the year, there are jaw-dropping geological wonders in every nook and corner.
Kyrgyzstan has been plagued by years of hardship since the collapse of the Soviet Union. It still finds its footing as a tourist destination. But when you do not have the infrastructure to deal with many visitors, it’s great to offer genuinely unexplored boundaries to adventurous travelers who like to be a bit rough. It is safe, extremely receptive, and very good value for money.
8. Kyushu, Japan
As Tokyo prepares to host the 2020 Summer Olympics, Japan is working hard to improve its already high-end infrastructure and prepare for tourist arrivals. While Tokyo’s main focus will be on you, you can spend some time exploring the subtropical Kyushu, which covers 36,000 square kilometers (about 13,900 square miles) and offers stunning views, upscale cuisine, and many cultural attractions.
It is the third-largest of Japan’s five main islands, southwest of Honshu. Bridges and underwater tunnels connect the two islands, so no ports are required. Japan’s famous Shinkansen bullet train guarantees a five-hour uninterrupted journey from Tokyo.
Cosmopolitan Fukuoka, the largest city in Honshu, is a food paradise. Small coastal towns such as Kunisaki and Beppu are famous for their picturesque streets of Anderson (hot springs). Saga is also a small city hosting the 2020 Best Restaurant Awards in Asia. The area is famous for its beautiful terraces with paddy fields, hills, and tea estates.
9. New Caledonia
In late 2018, with a vote on whether residents of the South Pacific stay as part of France or secede as a new nation, a global Google search began to raise questions. That is, where is New Caledonia? Fiji, a group of four archipelagos currently determined to be French overseas, and the Queensland coast of Australia are located about half a mile south of the Solomon Islands.
The more complex answer is that New Caledonia, or more accurately La Nouvelle-Caledonie, is unique in its own right. With its striped pink sunsets and white sand beach, this relatively unpopular place, did we mention that it is one of the least visited places in the world? It is the perfect remote destination. It’s like traveling in the empty south of France in the summer, eating beautiful, buttered pastries after sunset in the evening without being surrounded by crowds.
Almost all tourists start and work in the capital Numia. Noumea’s striking lagoon-front location blends the colors of the sea and sky with French colonial heritage buildings. With about 100,000 residents, it’s easy to live a simple life. Here you can stay in an urban B&B. You can then go snooker, swim, or kite for lunch before enjoying a fresh fish meal with imported white burgundy 17,000 miles away.
10. Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka, an island nation in South Asia, is beautiful and ancient. As at any point in its 2,000-year history, Sri Lanka is now a complex civilization, despite recent upheavals (the horrors of the last Easter attack), Sri Lanka is an essential destination, a center of history, a land of relics, temples, and palaces, wildlife. But in order to truly immerse oneself in the history of the country, one has to go inland and visit the country’s cultural triangle.
You can also start your tour from the ancient city of Polonnaruwa which was the capital of the country in the 12th century. This UNESCO World Heritage Site consists of the ruins of Buddhist temples and dagobas (spherical shrines), frequented by Buddhist monks dressed in orange robes. It takes more than an hour by car to the west to visit the rock fort, Sigiriya. Known as the “Eighth Wonder of the World“, this ancient volcanic structure, rising to a height of 200 meters (656 feet), developed into a castle fortress in the late 5th century. Sigiriya is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the most visited places in Sri Lanka.