Top 10 Holiday Destinations for 2020

Published January 28th, 2020 - 06:53 GMT

January is almost over, but you still have 11 months to plan your vacation!
Here’s our selection of the top 10 destinations this year, so pack all your best travel gadgets, and prepare for an adventure of a lifetime.

 

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Bangkok, Thailand

#1 Bangkok: Your time in this city will be exciting and full of adventure as you have the chance to visit temples, food vendors and shopping markets. Many people love visiting Bangkok because it can be relaxing even if you are continuously exploring the city and the sites.

Rome, Italy

#2 Rome: Rome is famous for having a country inside the city. Vatican city is the smallest country in the world capturing the attention of 7-10 million tourists every year. The Eternal City is bursting with history, art, and delicious food.

British Virgin Islands

#3 British Virgin Islands: The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are territories of Her Majesty's land, but aside from scattered offerings of fish and chips, there's little that's overtly British. Most travelers come to hoist a jib and dawdle among the 50-plus isles. With steady trade winds, calm currents, protected bays and pirate-ship bars, this is one of the world's sailing hot spots.

Dubai, UAE

#4 Dubai: Dubai is one of the many cities in the Middle East that are very open to welcoming tourists. However, it must be noted that with the allowance comes the responsibility to be sensitive to the Islamic ways that are dominant and respected in Dubai. It is one of the seven emirates comprising the United Arab Emirates. Situated in the east of the Arabian Peninsula and southwest of the Arabian Gulf, the city is most celebrated for its constant sunshine, stunning coastline, and vast deserts, among others.

Monterey, California

#5 Monterey: With so many magical destinations along the California coast, it’s quite easy to overlook some of the smaller ones for big cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco. But in the middle of these two metropolises, sitting alongside a bay on the rugged central coast, there’s Monterey. There’s more to the little beach town than the famous Cannery Row, and whether you’re looking for a good place to stop on your road trip along Highway 1, or a quick getaway from not-too-far-away, you’ll find the right experience for you here.

Nashville, Tennessee

#6 Nashville: To say that Nashville is eclectic is putting it lightly. A mishmash of American culture, music, art and food, the Music City – as it’s called – is worth visiting for quite a number of reasons. If you’re looking for some place new and exciting to go to, then be sure to add this city to your list.

Jamaica

# 7 Jamaica: Imagine a Caribbean Island with blue ocean water, white sand beaches, waterfalls all over and green lush rainforest in the mountains. Jamaica offers a wide variety of nature, culture, lively cities and authentic fishing villages, with a high level of relaxation. Land of wood and water, party and relaxation: there is so much to discover and explore you will need a full month at least to visit Jamaica.

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

#8 San Miguel de Allende: High in the cool hills, this colonial gem of cobblestone streets and picturesque churches inspires artists with its color, character and light. Baroque, neoclassical and neogothic mix in the city's buildings, notably at the pink stone 18th-century church on the Plaza Principal. Founded in 1542, the city is a mix of Hispanic and Mesoamerican influences.

Maldives

#9 Maldives: Maldives are the cream of the crop when it comes to beach holidays. The waters are their own brand of blue, the sands are white as the smiles of the locals, The rows of palm trees stand to attention along the shoreline. The fish swim happily in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, where the weather is a dream, and the deep rays of the sun wait to engulf you in their arms.

St. Petersburg, Russia

#10 St. Petersburg: If the great cities of Europe competed for the title of ‘Most Beautiful’, St Petersburg would be right up there. The history, the contemporary, and the diversity of 5 million people –those are the elements that make the city compelling. In the midst of a new era of cultural expression, majestic historical buildings and classical artistic traditions are still preserved and valued by the locals.

Bangkok, Thailand
Rome, Italy
British Virgin Islands
Dubai, UAE
Monterey, California
Nashville, Tennessee
Jamaica
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Maldives
St. Petersburg, Russia
Bangkok, Thailand
#1 Bangkok: Your time in this city will be exciting and full of adventure as you have the chance to visit temples, food vendors and shopping markets. Many people love visiting Bangkok because it can be relaxing even if you are continuously exploring the city and the sites.
Rome, Italy
#2 Rome: Rome is famous for having a country inside the city. Vatican city is the smallest country in the world capturing the attention of 7-10 million tourists every year. The Eternal City is bursting with history, art, and delicious food.
British Virgin Islands
#3 British Virgin Islands: The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are territories of Her Majesty's land, but aside from scattered offerings of fish and chips, there's little that's overtly British. Most travelers come to hoist a jib and dawdle among the 50-plus isles. With steady trade winds, calm currents, protected bays and pirate-ship bars, this is one of the world's sailing hot spots.
Dubai, UAE
#4 Dubai: Dubai is one of the many cities in the Middle East that are very open to welcoming tourists. However, it must be noted that with the allowance comes the responsibility to be sensitive to the Islamic ways that are dominant and respected in Dubai. It is one of the seven emirates comprising the United Arab Emirates. Situated in the east of the Arabian Peninsula and southwest of the Arabian Gulf, the city is most celebrated for its constant sunshine, stunning coastline, and vast deserts, among others.
Monterey, California
#5 Monterey: With so many magical destinations along the California coast, it’s quite easy to overlook some of the smaller ones for big cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco. But in the middle of these two metropolises, sitting alongside a bay on the rugged central coast, there’s Monterey. There’s more to the little beach town than the famous Cannery Row, and whether you’re looking for a good place to stop on your road trip along Highway 1, or a quick getaway from not-too-far-away, you’ll find the right experience for you here.
Nashville, Tennessee
#6 Nashville: To say that Nashville is eclectic is putting it lightly. A mishmash of American culture, music, art and food, the Music City – as it’s called – is worth visiting for quite a number of reasons. If you’re looking for some place new and exciting to go to, then be sure to add this city to your list.
Jamaica
# 7 Jamaica: Imagine a Caribbean Island with blue ocean water, white sand beaches, waterfalls all over and green lush rainforest in the mountains. Jamaica offers a wide variety of nature, culture, lively cities and authentic fishing villages, with a high level of relaxation. Land of wood and water, party and relaxation: there is so much to discover and explore you will need a full month at least to visit Jamaica.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
#8 San Miguel de Allende: High in the cool hills, this colonial gem of cobblestone streets and picturesque churches inspires artists with its color, character and light. Baroque, neoclassical and neogothic mix in the city's buildings, notably at the pink stone 18th-century church on the Plaza Principal. Founded in 1542, the city is a mix of Hispanic and Mesoamerican influences.
Maldives
#9 Maldives: Maldives are the cream of the crop when it comes to beach holidays. The waters are their own brand of blue, the sands are white as the smiles of the locals, The rows of palm trees stand to attention along the shoreline. The fish swim happily in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, where the weather is a dream, and the deep rays of the sun wait to engulf you in their arms.
St. Petersburg, Russia
#10 St. Petersburg: If the great cities of Europe competed for the title of ‘Most Beautiful’, St Petersburg would be right up there. The history, the contemporary, and the diversity of 5 million people –those are the elements that make the city compelling. In the midst of a new era of cultural expression, majestic historical buildings and classical artistic traditions are still preserved and valued by the locals.

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