Are you making a plant to travel when travel restrictions are lifted in the world? Want to get ideas of what countries to visit soon? Check out our list and add them on your travel bucket list.
This tropical nation makes up more than 1,000 coral islands and is also home to some of the world’s most luxurious hotel resorts. The Maldives is also home to white sandy beaches, underwater villas and restaurants, and pristine blue waters.
The great thing about Rome is you will always discover something new each time you stroll its scenic streets whether it is your first time to visit or your 100th time.
Paris tops most of the people’s bucket list because of its many famous landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame cathedral, and so many more.
This city in the U.A.E is considered as the most glamorous destination you will ever visit. Once there better check the Jumeirah Mosque, Burj Khalifa, Bastakiya Quarter, and Burj Al Arab. Don’t forget to visit the Dubai Mall and Wild Wadi Waterpark. Of course, the Gold and Spice Souks and the Jumeirah Public Beach should not be missed.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Known as the most popular island in Tahiti, it has overwater bungalows and underwater adventures. There are a lot of things to do in Bora Bora such as shark and stingray feeding, 4×4 excursions, boat tours, and so on.
With its winding streets, cliffside beach bars and UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Old Town, it is no wonder that Dubrovnik is a popular place to visit. George Bernard Shaw even mentioned that if you want to find a paradise on Earth better visit Dubrovnik.
Scotland ranks highly on the list of travel destinations in the UK not just because it is a small country, but also because of the fascinating sites and great sightseeing locations you can find there. If you are planning a trip to Scotland after the global health crisis, here are some of the places to visit:
Glasgow is a very safe place for tourists. From the last few decades, it has transformed itself as a major European cultural centre with its art galleries, museums, and festivals. Explore the city on foot and discover great parks with friendly locals. You will want to visit the famous Glasgow cathedral and Glasgow School of Art while there.
This Scotland capital city is a sight to behold. The city offers a unique blend of shopping, engaging historical and cultural attractions and beautiful architecture to all travellers. Much of the town was built in the 18th century. The place is rich in architectural splendour as you wander in elegant streets set against the dramatic silhouette of Edinburgh Castle and the medieval turrets and spires of the Old Town. At Grassmarket, you will find elegant pedestrian-friendly public square, which is the home for known shops, cafes and galleries in the city.
Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle are the best places to see when you visit the magnificent Scottish Highlands. From the gorgeous Inverness to John O’Groats in the north, the place is truly fascinating. The lovely environment sets a perfect place for a romantic getaway.
Georgia in Europe is considered as the “cradle of wine” of its rich history in winemaking. It is one of the oldest wine regions in the world that dates back to about 6000 BC. And today, Georgia still make wines the same way as they did long ago and this by grape fermentation stored in clay pots burying them underground to keep the temperatures stable.
If you are travelling and tasting wine, add Georgia to your list of places to visit in Europe. Here are some good places to explore Georgian wine culture.
Baia Abuladze is one of the top entrepreneurs in Georgia that focuses on Qvevri wine-making. Its winery focuses on 100% organic processes. Visiting this winery which is near Kutaisi will let you discover this organic methodology.
A trip to Baia Winery will give you a learning experience of the ancient secrets of winemaking. Not only you get to try out their amazing wines but you also get to enjoy the peaceful getaway and her sweet family.
Khareba Wine Tunnel
Winery Khareba owns a unique wine cellar that you will find in Kvareli. It is one of the biggest wine producers in the country. You will be amazed to see and look around the 7 km wine tunnel. You can even see the Chacha room in action where thy make Georgian grappa. There is a full-service restaurant above the vineyard that has an amazing view of the valley.
Located in the Kakheti region, which is famous for winemaking and wine cellars, The Numini winery is one of the oldest there. The place is fully equipped traditional wine cellar. It also has a Museum showcasing a great collection of all things Georgian.
They offer excellent wine which has a homestyle taste common in Georgian wineries. You will experience that tradition feel when you order a ½ litre jug of both red and white wine stored in a jar.