Great Travel Destinations to the Vacation in 2014
On the lookout for the very best travel experiences and ways of seeing the most attractive destinations on the planet? This intriguiging collection of some of those oft visited towns –from those on the rise to reinvented classics, can inspire your trip programs in 2014. Have a lookat
Urban Renaissance–Paris, France
When it’s about tulips in full blossom at the premises of the mythical Sacre Coeur or the drives to reduce the amount of cars clogging this Europe’s most seen and populous towns–Paris is certainly on the function. It brings with numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites, river banks, walkways and cycle ways equally. Stop by its picturesque and manmade bounties of Eiffel Tower, Seine’s Right Bank, artificial islands, pedestrian promenades and more. Even the Louvre’s new art galleries, Musée Picasso’s screen works inside a 17th-century mansion and countless different renovations have made this alluring city even more amazing. (image by Rita Crane).
Interesting History of Trinidad, Cuba
Tiny Trinidad, lies tucked between the sparkling Caribbean Sea and the tropical foothills of Escambray Mountains and is indeed worth a look. Boasting of time-trapped UNESCO World Heritage Sites, sherbet-tinged ambience as well as a treasure trove of decorative and architectural riches, this thriving city is all about French porcelain, series of fiestas, cultural events, Mudéjar ceilings and Carrara marble flooring. Enjoy its rich cultural heritage, Afro-Cuban dancing performances, rhythmic bases of cauliflower dominating the many dance halls and so on –there’s a lot to see and do here.
The Designer of Cape Town, South Africa
In Cape Town, you might anticipate the helicopter’s eye view of Table Mountain and Cape Town–along with a host of other sightseeing attractions, outdoor activities, art and culture venues, delectable cuisines and whole lot more. Boasting of the coveted title of ‘World Design Capital’, Cape Town lures with its sculpture-lined green areas, erstwhile industrial bounties of The Fringe and Woodstock, trendy shopping avenues, many gourmands and more. The attractions and sightseeing areas of Cape Town make your trip to this Beautiful African town even more rewarding.
Cultural Capital of Europe– Rīga, Latvia
Rīga stands stoic on the crossroads of many great empires that contributed to Europe’s elaborate history. Across centuries, Rīga had been a strategic linchpin from the pursuit of principles for major lands–till it had been pushed into the realms of obscurity with the falling of the Iron Curtain. Today, Latvia’s capital brings tourists from all corners of the planet and is the cosmopolitan cornerstone of the equally mesmerizing Baltic. Stop by its hipster-chic cafes, indulge in hot pork-n-potato dinners or wander through the renovated remains of crumbling facades–that now glow with art nouveau luster. Rīga is quintessentially the European Capital of Art and Culture–and in many more ways than you!
Swap Fondue for Alpine Breeze at Zürich, Switzerland
There are a lot of things that are “sexy” in Zürich in the year 2014. View the cream of athletes breaking down string of documents at the European Athletics Championship (scheduled to be held in August); enjoy its pulsating nightlife and go through the nocturnal hedonism of the cool Züri-West district; see its exquisite Alpine Lakes and branded fashion houses or just indulge the region’s numerous bijou cafes and fine dining delights–enjoy! (image by Burlingamebarley).
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