Are you looking for places to visit? Here are the top 10 places you should visit in 2020. Many folks love to visit places during vacation or summer, probably surf the internet if they don’t know a place. That’s why we have taken our time to research and serve you the best places you can visit this year. Visiting new places is something many folks love to engage in. We recommend traveling as one of the things people should do to ease stress and have a spirit-filled life.
Travelling is one of the things I have found interesting, if you are actually not a fan of it and have stumbled upon this post, I urge you to make out time to visit new places.
Whichever kind of vacation you desire for yourself in the new year, pick one or more of these top best places of 2020, pack all your best travel gadgets, and prepare for an adventure of a lifetime.
10. Galway, Ireland
It was just named the European Capital of Culture for 2020, this charming and electrifying city on Ireland’s west coast will be a lively site for many cultural events in music, theatre, literature, and art this year — plus, you can enjoy a buzzing food hub as well as stunning scenery full of cobblestone streets.
9. Dubai, United Arab Emirates
If there was a metropolis of the future, it’s certainly Dubai — this sprawling desert city boasts luxury hotels, sprawling malls, and even the tallest building in the world. Plus, 2020 will see Dubai host the first World Expo to be held in the Middle East, where over 190 countries will take part in showcasing their latest developments in sustainability and transportation.
8. The British Virgin Islands
After a horrifying hurricane struck the islands in 2017, the British Virgin Islands is making a full comeback in 2020 with the reopening of many major resorts. Whether you take in the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean or traverse through the picturesque green mountains across the islands (or both!), it’s the perfect sun-soaked beach getaway you’ll need to visit in 2020.
7. Bangkok, Thailand
Bangkok was ranked the world’s most visited city in 2019 for the fourth year. Thailand’s vibrant, booming capital city is full of both ancient and modern cultures as well as an incredible street food scene. Be sure to check out the city’s historic temples and take in the splendor of the Grand Palace.
6. Lille, France
This charming city in France is quickly on the rise as a cultural metropolis, thanks to its renowned arts scene and impressive advances in urban development that helped it earn its recent crown as the World Design Capital of 2020. Enjoy art-forward museums like the curious La Piscine Museum while in Lille, as well as many beautiful places around.
6. Portland, Maine
There’s many more to Maine’s largest city than its famous lighthouse-strewn coastline — Portland also boasts an incredible culinary scene full of great seafood and craft beer, as well as an excellent array of museums and galleries to visit. For a taste of New England charm, stroll down Portland’s cobblestone streets and explore.
5. Yerevan, Armenia
Also known as the “pink city” because of the beautiful salmon-tinted stones of its buildings, Armenia’s capital is deeply historic yet still modern and vibrant. Explore ancient buildings, cathedrals, and monasteries in one day, then walk the picturesque boulevards lined with cafes, fountains, and wine bars the next. A must place to visit.
3. Salzburg, Austria
The summer of 2020 will see the centennial of the Salzburg Festival, which means plenty of classical music, opera, and drama from world-renowned acts in the city. With lots of special events and exhibitions taking place in Salzburg this year, there will be a lot to explore and attend in this Austrian city full of tradition and culture.
2. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
If you haven’t made out time to visit this national wonder, I would advise you to write it down in the places you want to visit in 2020. With its astonishing peaks, plateaus, and rivers, the Grand Canyon is a must-see. Whether you hike along the trails or take a scenic drive, you’ll be awe-inspired by the park’s breathtaking views and incredible natural splendor.
It may be known as a place full of terrorism but it doesn’t make it less awesome to visit. Thwarted by tales of terrorism and Taliban rule, Pakistan’s tourism industry has been stymied for the past two decades. But ancient valleys, relaxed visa restrictions and a high-profile royal visit from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the end of 2019 mean that at a start of a new decade this remarkable country is also entering a new era.