Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Some Great Destinations To Visit Next Year

It’s always good to look forward to something. With summer behind us, it helps to start
planning your travel adventures for next year. That way, the cold winter months don’t have to
feel quite as tough; you can remind yourself that you’re getting closer and closer to next summer.

But where should you go for your next trip? Well, here are some great destinations to visit next year.

The skyline of modern-day Barcelona comprises of both contemporary skyscrapers and traditional architectural masterpieces. The city is proud of its history and culture, but it still embraces the future.

Barcelona, Spain.
A trip to Spain is well worth it. And if you’re looking for a particular part of this country to explore,
then Barcelona is a great option. It’s an absolutely beautiful city. If you’re looking for an exciting
destination to visit on your travels, then this should be at the top of your list. It’s an incredibly
creative and energetic place. You can thank Gaudi for that. He revolutionised the design of this
marvellous city a century ago, and his work can still be appreciated today. His colourful designs
feature throughout the streets of the city. But his greatest work is still under construction today.
How many future artists will be able to say that of their creations? This is in reference, of course,
to the Sagrada Familia. This breathtaking cathedral is an architectural masterpiece even in its
half-completed state. Hopefully, it’ll be finished within the next decade or so. Still, you’ll be able
to appreciate it in its current state. It’s beautiful.

Another great destination to visit next year is Singapore. This island city-state is extraordinary.
You might have visited megacities before, but this is in a league of its own. It’s both a city and a
country rolled into one. Skyscrapers cover the streets as far as the eye can see. The fantastic
Marina Bay Sands resort is definitely worth visiting, first. Even if you’re not a fan of gambling,
seeing these incredible buildings is an experience in itself. Have you ever seen three skyscrapers
with a ship perched on top of them? Well, you will if you visit this resort. There’s even an infinity
pool on top.

Singapore is a huge place. You might even want to get a holiday home there if you plan on
visiting it over and over again (and you certainly will plan on doing that). You could look into getting
an executive condominium. That could be a nice little home away from home.

There’s so much to explore on this massive island - one trip won’t be enough. There’s more to this
city than skyscrapers. You should visit the Gardens by the Bay. You can stroll along walkways
connecting huge tree-like structures in the middle of a gigantic garden. It’s a garden unlike
any other.

The Eiffel Tower is an iconic landmark that still dominates the skyline, even in
the face of modern skyscrapers that have risen in Paris’ financial district. It’s
an integral part of Parisian and French culture.

Paris, France.
Paris is one of the world’s most famous cities. Take a look at the picture above. Who wouldn’t be
able to identify that structure? The Eiffel Tower is an architectural marvel. And it’s one of the main
reasons as to why so many tourists flock to the city every year. People want to see this
fantastic landmark in person. If you think it looks impressive in photographs, you’ll be truly
astounded when you see it in real-life. It’s not just aesthetically captivating - there’s also a
wonderful Michelin-starred restaurant on the second floor. So, if you’re looking for a bite to
eat in one of the most famous landmarks on the planet, then this is the place to go.
The views are incredible, too, obviously.

Still, Paris is more than the Eiffel Tower. The capital city has so much to offer.

Other iconic landmarks are worth visiting, for starters, even if they’re not quite as famous
the Eiffel Tower. The Arc de Triomphe is a visually stunning and historically significant
structure that you certainly need to admire. It stands proudly at the centre of a busy
roundabout. That perfectly summarises this landmark; it has survived many historical events.
It endures, and that’s why it’s so important to the city of Paris. Of course,
if you want to go further than landmarks, you should explore some of Paris’ art galleries.
The Musee de Louvre is an iconic building that’s home to the Mona Lisa.

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