Every year Condé Nast Traveler – an acclaimed media publication group specialized in travel guides, news, tips and reviews – collects thousands of readers’ votes for their favorite cities
The Best Places To Visit Around The World
Every year Condé Nast Traveler – an acclaimed media publication group specialized in travel guides, news, tips and reviews – collects thousands of readers’ votes for their favorite cities around the world.
Last year this list included some European staple cities such as London and Paris, but it’s interesting to see how less sought-after places are now gaining some legitimate momentum in the eyes of global tourism. Places like Lucerne in Switzerland, Quebec City in Canada or Cape Town in South Africa are becoming very popular destinations for travelers flocking to these unique and exciting destinations from all over the world.
Nowadays travelers are more selective and more adventurous because they are more informed. Direct online access to images, interactive maps and reviews, and even live web cams, can facilitate and feed everyone’s curiosity: from the most experienced world traveler to a first-time explorer. Searching for a new place to discover and visit - with its unique food, culture, history and background - is a trip on its own!
There is so much to see out there and it’s not only for the benefit of your eyes: travelling is inspirational and beneficial. It opens your mind, while allowing for a better version of you to make its way back home.
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