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The 8 Best Places To Visit In 2020

Humans tend to gain the best. Whether it is about eating food, wearing clothes, buying the products, or going on a travel visit, humans want the best of it. With extreme care, this article is written to collect and give it to you, the top eight places in the world that are best to travel to in the year 2020.  This travel guide will not your hopes fall and will escort you to some of the choicest places of this planet. Go through each one of them through this write-up and decide the climactic order of which site you will visit first!

Amangiri at Canyon Point Utah, USA:

Amangiri at Canyon Point Utah

Reading its name, what do you expect? A beautiful city? A mesmerizing town? It’s a hotel! Amangiri is a place at a distance of four hours of drive from Las Vegas in the United States. It established on 600 acres of land between the surreal views of majestic mountains. If you want an exploring escape, it is the best place for you. You can stay at Amangiri with nature and visit the nearby spots like red rocks of Slot, Antelope Canyon, and see the creations of Bryce Canyon National Park. I assure you, you will remain awestruck by this place.

Sicily, Italy:

Sicily, Italy. Photo by Mauro Reem-Itchy from Pexels

The city of Sicily in Italy is unquestionably one of the best sites in the world to adore. Having tinted blue seas amidst the Mediterranean sea, Sicily has great islands within. You can visit the Palermo town, Valley of the temple, Noto Village, Mount Etna, and its live volcano! The place is on the top of the European tourist destination list for the year 2020 and hence is a sure shot destination to visit in the upcoming year. Sicily has nine finest blends of wines made in-house that you should taste during a visit to the splendid Sicily in Italy.

Cape Town, South Africa:

Cape Town, South Africa. Photo by Scott Webb from Pexels

Cape Town is a port city of South Africa that has something to offer differently to each human that lands on it. The moving cable cars towards the top of the table mountain lets you see the views of the city with awe! The wineries and the wine villages of the Cape Town are acclaimed globally for its kind. The capital city of South Africa is the capital of poignant, peace, and pleasure. The metro-cultured city has botanical gardens and never-ending ocean with blues to let you visit the place all year long at any time with the same grace!

Patagonia, Argentina:

Patagonia, Argentina

Shared between Argentina and Chile, Patagonia nestles in South America. The place is beyond beautiful and has its vibe of appeal. The Santa Cruz river in the north of Patagonia is a place where you can decide to die happily! It has several lakes that are the scenic beauties by nature. You can have the fun of adventurous activities like Biking, Hiking, Riding, Climbing, Rapling, Trekking, Skiing, Mountain Camping, Golf Sports, and Water Activities. You can spend your time climbing the ice glaciers and even visit the modern and magical constructions and potentially incredible places by humans in the city.

Kigali, Capital of Rwanda:

Kigali, Capital of Rwanda

The center of Rwanda, the capital of Rwanda, is also the center and capital of attraction. Yes, I am talking about the city of Kigali in Rwanda. Spread across mountain cliffs, Kigali has many valleys and ridges that have to give you breathtaking views. Having historical significance of its Civil war, the city today is rich for its cleanliness, safety, fashion, and culture. The handicrafts and woven products made by the regional citizens are the quality products in the eyes of foreign tourists. The Kigali women run a co-operation that is involved in making the best coffee in the world.

Marrakech in Morocco:

Marrakech in Morocco. Photo by Nicolas Postiglioni from Pexels

Often, recalled as a desert city of Morocco, Marrakech is the stunning city of virtue in the sands. In the desert dunes, you can extensively experience the camel rides or dinner in the isolated sands with your close person. There are restaurants in deserts with the best food, belly-dancers, fire-makers, and entertainers like irreplaceable in the world. In the city, there are museums, gardens, and monuments with extraordinary human character. Also known as Marrakesh, the town has mosques and minarets with placid palaces and heavily crowded markets. The whole city has a unique charm. You can feel it by walking down into the captivating streets!

Duoro Valley, Portugal:

Duoro Valley, Portugal

The valley that forms over the Douro river of the Atlantic ocean is one of the most prominent rivers of the European Iberian Peninsula. It waters Spain and Portugal along with the Porto and makes these cities flooded with blue beauty. The Douro Valley has supernatural landscapes that will drop down your jaw with a keen surprise! The valley is home to some of the remarkable architectures. You can enjoy sports activities amidst the mountains. The best thing to not miss is taking a river cruise in the valley. You will remain spellbound with the things you will see along the ride!

Tel Aviv, Israel:

Tel Aviv, Israel. Photo by Adam Grabek from Pexels

Imagine how gorgeous a city would appear out of it being parallelly on the Mediterranean coastline! Tel Aviv in Israel belongs to the Jewish wealth, with most of the tall buildings built in the same architectural style. There are museums that exhibit the Jewish community cultures very specially. The city ruins depict the folklore and craft carvings dating back to the 12th century. A city that warms the LGBTQ community, a city that has an influential tradition, a city that has intimating sealine, a city that has an excellent white building lining, is a city that you should surely visit!

These cities are not much famous alike Paris, Goa, or New York. However, I believe that they have a trait that will make you connect with their personalities. Set your car, Load your luggage on a Universal roof rack, and go on exploring these cities in 2020!

This is a contributed blog post from Rebecca Siggers

 

 

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Karen LeBlanc

Karen LeBlanc is a travel host and writer with a popular travel show, The Design Tourist, and a companion lifestyle blog. As a widely published travel journalist and content creator, Karen is a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association. She also serves as the Design and Travel editor of the national lifestyle magazine, LaPalme. Karen believes that every destination has a story to tell through its local art, architecture, culture, and craft. This immersive creative exploration begins with authentic accommodations where the narrative of place unfolds through art, accessories, accouterments, furnishings, fixtures, and food. 

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