Where to Travel in 2022

We’re looking at the best travel destinations including established favorites and underappreciated gems, with the most to offer tourists in 2020. Senegal’s capital is undeniably among the most exciting and unique destinations in the world. It’s a vibrant city that’s incredibly rich in culture, and for those of you concerned about safety is considered to be quite safe. Situated in Western Africa, it sits on the cab fare peninsula along the Atlantic Coast and boasts truly breathtaking beaches. It’s a place of contrasts where new and old architecture intertwine, where tradition is celebrated. But in a way that leaves plenty of room for new trends in food, fashion and art. Hungry travelers will love Senegalese cuisine, especially the fresh seafood. While the rich sounds of the country’s incredible music will quickly help you find the unique rhythm of this incredible city, Vancouver, Canada. What makes Vancouver so uniquely appealing? Its diversity as a coastal city in a mountainous area. Renowned for natural beauty, it makes for an incredibly well rounded travel experience both in and around Vancouver. There is ample opportunity for surfing, paddleboarding, kayaking, mountain biking, fishing. Mountain climbing and more.

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And though it is known to be rainy, the weather is remarkably mild year round and the rain is usually light enough not to have any sort of significant impact on your day. A foodie’s paradise, especially for those with a penchant for Asian cuisines populated by friendly locals and boasting a phenomenal craft beer scene. Vancouver has so much to offer the modern traveler Kochi India. When people think of traveling to India, there are a few specific destinations that almost immediately spring to mind, namely Mumbai. Jelly and Agra to see the Taj Mahal. While all three cities should appear on your travel itinerary, we’d like to put forward koci as a major reason to plan a trip to India. It’s rich in historical sites and attractions like Mattancherry Palace and Fort Kochi, but is also a mosaic of Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese and English influence, making it feel utterly unique. Cocinas distinguished itself for its clean energy initiatives and this eye towards the future can be felt in many aspects of life in the city. Though it’s rich in history and culture, it’s a city that’s reinventing itself. In various ways, perhaps most notably as a hub for the arts. The Egadi Islands, Sicily. There are few places in Italy that we wouldn’t recommend visiting, but considering its many high profile destinations like Rome, Venice, Florence, the Amalfi Coast and the regions of Tuscany and Emilia Romagna, well, it’s really easy to overlook the South of the country even if Sicily does make it onto the itinerary, chances are you’re going to wind up in Palermo and don’t get us wrong.

Palermo is beautiful, but for those who came to southern Italy in search of something different, the Egadi Islands are where you want to be booking your stay. Quiet, secluded but with just enough comforts to make you feel pampered. Egadi makes life simple. Swim, eat, explore, drink, relax, repeat. Every little town has something unique to offer from mom and pop restaurants and locally produced wine to breathtaking views and prehistoric cave paintings in the Grotta del Genovese, Galway, Ireland. Long appreciated by travelers in the no. As a must visit whenever visiting Ireland, the city’s Bohemian charms are finally getting attention. It’s so rightfully deserved. For the year 2020, Galway officially becomes the European Capital of Culture. The pubs, quaint architecture, St performers, art and traditional music that make this city so infinitely charming will remain unblemished. But with this honor you can expect a year full of special events. Of course this isn’t the first time Galway has distinguished itself in 2018, it was named a European region of gastronomy, meaning that foodies absolutely need to add this destination to their bucket list. Salvador, Brazil.

Nature centric tourism in Brazil encourages environmental initiatives and discourages destructive industries like mining and logging. So while Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo are always great choices for visiting Salvador, the country’s fourth largest city, has been getting a lot more love of late. The main draw is Salvador’s rich history and beautiful colonial architecture. The Pallerino District earned UNESCO World Heritage status in 1985. Beyond Pallerino, however, there’s also Afro Brazilian culture, food and music to be appreciated. And beautiful coastline to be admired. Plus thanks to the infrastructure developed in the lead up to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, exploring Salvador is easier than ever. Cairo, Egypt, Cairo is home to some of the most famous attractions in the world, including the Pyramids of Giza and the iconic Sphinx. That being said, this long popular destination has been on the back burner for many travelers due to the political instability in the area. Now that piece is seemingly returning, so are travelers just in time for the 2020 opening of Kairos, Grandma Egyptian Museum. Appropriately named Gem for short, where you can see the Tutankhamun collection, among other priceless artifacts, the historical and cultural value of a trip to Cairo goes without saying, but it also has a ton to offer in terms of its local cuisine, marketplaces, cafes and beautiful architecture, Salzburg, Austria. There are many ways in which a city can suddenly find itself climbing to the top of a list such as this in any given year.

Sometimes it’s just a matter of people catching on to what a destination has always had to offer, other times it’s the product of cultural developments. Like a flourishing foodie scene program supporting the arts or marketing efforts, promoting local attractions in the case of Salzburg. However, it’s the culmination of long running traditions and the advent of a landmark year. 2020 is the 100th anniversary of the Salzburg Festival. Launched in 1920, this music and theater festival runs for five weeks during the summer. It is already world renowned, but for its Centennial, they’re pulling out all the stops. Come for this unprecedented celebration of Austrian music and culture and fall in love with Salzburg for its architecture. Food and wonderful welcoming spirit.

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