And where to go travel
Whether you are traveling alone, with your other half or with a group, it doesn’t matter – in any case, exploring our wonderful world is one of the best ways to spend time and money. Where have you been? Add these places to your travel list and discover new places on our planet.
1. Ninh Binh, Vietnam
This small town in the north of the country, which is located on the Red River, is very picturesque: it is surrounded by limestone cliffs, forests and mountains.Take a ride on the river in the local ethnic boat, look at the caves of Kuk-Phuong Park or explore the palaces and temples of the ancient Vietnamese capital Hoa Lu.
2. Lake District, United Kingdom (Cumbria)
Here is the real countryside of England: gentle hills, quiet streams and boulders under the moss. This summer, the Lake District or Lake District has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here is the highest mountain in the country (Skofel Pike) and the deepest and longest lakes (Alswater and Windermere).
The Caribbean is an amazing place for tourists, so do not miss the attention of the island of Antigua. Be sure to climb to the fortress of Shirley Heights, from where you can enjoy gorgeous panoramic views, walk to the picturesque Nelson Shipyard, where you can take a ride on a yacht, and also take a look at the cleanest island beaches.
4. Ahmedabad, India
This year, Ahmedabad has also become a UNESCO site. It was founded in the 15th century by Sultan Ahmad Shah and still has practically not lost its ancient appearance. Its architectural treasures include the Bhadra citadel, numerous mosques, tombs and temples. By the way, modern residents of Ahmedabad still live in old traditional houses on closed streets.
Portugal is almost as popular today as Iceland. Travel to the country has grown by 86% lately. Tourists are attracted here by the beaches of the Algarve and the red tiled roofs of medieval Lisbon, the city of castles and cathedrals. If you are a wine lover, do not miss Porto, the birthplace of port wine.
6. La Paz, Bolivia
The city is located at an altitude of more than 3,500 meters above sea level on the Altiplano Plateau in the Andes. One ride by Teleferico’s Mi cable car will give you the opportunity to see the magnificent landscapes surrounding La Paz. This place is especially suitable for budget tourism, a traveler can live in La Paz for only 30 dollars a day.
7. Sichuan, China
This southwestern Chinese province became more accessible last year thanks to additional flights. What is famous Sichuan? Of course, its spicy dishes with the famous fiery pepper. In addition to gastrotura, tourists can go to Jiuzhaigou National Park, Yading Nature Reserve or Leshan to see the world’s largest stone Buddha statue.
8. Marrakesh, Morocco
It seems that tourist bloggers have recently discovered stunning courtyards and mosaic décor for which Marrakesh is famous, so have time to visit this place before tourists rush into the city, because they all pose in the same places. In October 2017, a new museum dedicated to the work of Yves Saint Laurent, where everything is presented, from sketches to the smallest accessories, also appeared here.
This, of course, is not the most comfortable place, but in 2018 it will be much easier to get to Antarctica. Argentine airline LADE opens there regular commercial flights. Just an hour and a half in flight, and you will see this mysterious ice continent.
10. EcuadorThe 16th-century city of Cuenca is amazingly beautiful, and its historic center, filled with cafes and galleries, is a UNESCO object. Guayaquil is also worth a visit, with its restored promenade and a host of local restaurants.
Chile is becoming an increasingly attractive country for travelers. Here you will see the Patagonia Park Reserve, the Atacama Desert, over which you can fly in the morning in a hot-air balloon, and the Terra do Fogo archipelago with wild and untouched nature. In addition, in 2018, Chile celebrates the 200th anniversary of independence, because mass cultural events are planned.
The small and remote island of Tasmania is often overlooked by tourists, but the situation seems to be changing. Firstly, there are a lot of new restaurants, as well as wineries and breweries, and secondly, in 2018, the Aboriginal Community Council launches the Wukalina Walk, a four-day tour introducing people to the culture of the original Palava tribe.