If you’re planning a trip, you may wondering where to go. It’s a big world out there, with many different destinations to visit. Here are some of the top places to consider:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
If you’re looking for a destination that’s a little different, Bosnia is the way to go. This incredible country is packed with incredible sights, delicious food, and interesting people. And best of all, it won’t break the bank. People are beginning to realise how incredible Bosnia is though, so get there before it’s packed with tour buses.
Sure, politically the US isn’t doing so well. But there are still many amazing places to visit in the US, and the country is incredibly diverse, both in terms of scenery, and in terms of people. Head to San Diego and take the kids, eat deep dish pizza in Chicago, explore the museums in Washington D.C, shop in New York, and enjoy the theme parks in Orlando.
Everyone should explore Greece at least once. This country has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, making sailing holidays in Greece incredibly popular. You also can’t go wrong with a yacht charter in the Mediterranean if you’re keen to explore with a few of your closest friends.
Sure, the flight is a killer. But that just means you need to make sure you stay for longer so you can get over the jetlag. Most people are unwilling to get on a plane for the amount of time it takes to reach New Zealand, but if you can get over the long-haul flight, it’s well worth a visit. From glaciers to beaches, lakes to forests, the scenery is some of the most beautiful in the world, and the locals will welcome you with excellent coffee.
Scotland is one of those places that many people want to visit but tend to put off. This is a mistake though, as there is tons to see here, and the people are some of the nicest you’ll find anywhere. Take at least a week to explore Edinburgh at your leisure, and don’t forget to do the Harry Potter tour. You’ll be taken to all the places where J.K Rowling found inspiration and some of the places she spent her time writing. Head to St Andrews, which has the oldest golf course in the world, and take a road trip through the highlands.