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10 Best Places to Visit in 2019 – Where to Go This Year


In this video we’ll share with you
the Top 10 hot travel destinations including when is the best time
to visit and recommended stay. Don’t forget to like this video, subscribe
to our channel and enable notifications. And share your top destinations
in the comments below. NUMBER 10: Istanbul, Turkey Istanbul is Turkey’s economic and cultural
center and was home to three empires: Eastern Roman, Byzantine,
and the Ottoman Empire. As a result, visiting Istanbul
is a one-of-a-kind experience. Did you know that this city of 15 million
is located on two continents: Europe and Asia? You can walk across the Galata Bridge and
explore both the Asian and European sides, each full of rich history offering an
authentic local experience like enjoying a cup of
traditional Turkish coffee. Don’t miss the impressive Hagia Sophia, a former church, later a mosque
and now a museum or Basilica Cistern, as seen in Dan Brown’s movie adaptation Inferno, starring Tom Hanks. Best times to visit Istanbul is from March
to May and September to November, especially if you want to avoid big crowds
and hot and humid summer. We recommend a minimum stay
of five days to visit Istanbul. NUMBER 9: Petra, Jordan Petra is a historical city in southern Jordan
and one of the seven wonders of the world. The history of Petra goes back to 9,000 BC. You can enter this ancient city through a
remarkable gorge and explore impressively well-preserved rose-stone-carved architectural
masterpieces and engineering marvels. Wait until dusk when the candles light up
and create a magical atmosphere. Did you know that Petra was featured in numerous
movies such as Indiana Jones, Transformers
and others? Despite being located in a turbulent region,
Petra is considered to be safe for travel which makes it an increasingly
popular tourist destination. Petra is open year-round but the best months
to visit are between March and May and between September and November
to avoid the heat. We recommend visiting Petra for two days. NUMBER 8: Georgia Georgia – country, not the US state, is one
of the world’s hidden gems and one of the hot new travel destinations. Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia is one of
the world’s oldest settlements. You can start your visit here and walk around
the old city center, visit the famous thermal baths and try the local Georgian food. And continue your travel to the picturesque
Caucasus mountains where you can ski in the winter, visit one of many UNESCO-listed monasteries
or explore Georgia’s ancient cities. You can also stop at one of the numerous wineries. Georgia claims to be the birthplace of wine,
with production dating back over 8,000 years. Georgia is a budget-friendly destination since
most historic sights are free of charge and accommodation, food and public transportation
is inexpensive – although using public transportation outside the capital can sometimes take some
planning. Best time to visit Georgia is in May, June
and September. And, of course in the winter if you like skiing. Summers can be hot and humid. Staying in Georgia for about 10 days should
give you plenty of time for a full experience. NUMBER 7: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA New Orleans, a vibrant city located along
the Mississippi river in the US state of Louisiana
is one of the most unique cities in the world. New Orleans grew in popularity in recent years
after it was revitalized from the devastating Hurricane Katrina in 2005. While New Orleans, which celebrated it’s
300-year anniversary in 2018, is probably best known for its Mardi Gras festival,
it is also the birthplace of jazz and a culinary paradise. The city was founded by French colonists in
1718 and was the capital of French Louisiana until it was traded to
the United States in 1803. Until the 20th century, New Orleans had miles
of canals, exceeding those in Venice, Italy. Visit the historic French Quarter, experience
Bourbon Street nightlife, visit one of many jazz clubs, and enjoy the typical Creole cuisine. Did you know that the modern version of poker
was actually invented in New Orleans? The best time to visit New Orleans is between
February and May when the weather is cool and there’s plenty of activities and festivals. If you want to avoid the crowds, the best
months to visit are December and January. We recommend a minimum stay of three days. NUMBER 6: Kyoto, Japan Kyoto, a former imperial capital of Japan
for over 1,000 years is also referred to as Japan’s greatest ancient city. It is full of ancient temples, shrines, gardens
and castles. While Japan itself can be found on many hot
travel lists, visiting Kyoto might just be the most pristine tourist experience of Japan’s
history, culture, and nature. Experience the traditional tea ceremony and
order a traditional multiple-course Japanese meal Kyo-Kaiseki, walk among
the well-preserved historic streets and feel what life in traditional
Japan was like. You’ll see kimono and yukata worn on the
streets of Kyoto on a regular basis, and especially during the cherry blossoming and during festivals. Kyoto is easily accessible from Tokyo by a
three-hour train ride and is located only 25 miles from Osaka,
Japan’s third largest city. Best time to visit Kyoto is between March,
April and May in the spring, and October and November in the fall. Staying in Kyoto for three days should provide
enough time to explore the city, especially if you plan to visit
some of the places nearby. NUMBER 5: Berlin, Germany Berlin is the capital and largest city of
Germany. During the Cold War, the city was divided
between the East and West with the infamous especially Berlin offers an amazing mix of history, culture,
music, museums and art. It is famous for its nightlife, attracting
over tens of thousands of party-seeking visitors every weekend. What better way to experience the recent history
of the world than by visiting Berlin? Don’t miss attractions such as Checkpoint
Charlie, the pass through the Berlin wall, an impressive parliament, Brandenburg Gate,
and the Holocaust Museum. Best time to visit Berlin is during the Summer
and in the months of May and September when it’s slightly less crowded
and the weather is still good. We recommend a minimum of three days for the
important landmarks and six to seven days
for a more relaxed experience. NUMBER 4: Marrakech, Morocco Marrakesh is one of Morocco’s four former
imperial cities and an increasingly popular tourist destination, mostly because of its
authentic architecture, charming streets, world-class traditional restaurants, and the
atmosphere creating a sense of timelessness. The city was founded nearly 1,000 years ago and has managed to preserve
its rich cultural heritage. 1,700 acres of Medina, Marrakesh’s old town
is a UNESCO Heritage Site due to a high concentration
of architecture and art masterpieces. While there is an array of bigger hotels available,
you can book a room in one of numerous authentic and relatively inexpensive boutique hotels
located close to city center. The best times to visit Marrakesh is between
March and May and between September and November. We recommend staying in Marrakesh for three
days, which makes it a great weekend
destination from Europe. NUMBER 3: Amalfi Coast, Italy Amalfi Coast is a picturesque Italian coastline
located one-hour drive from Naples and about three-hour drive from Rome. The enchanting coastal road takes you through
charming little towns, wrapped between the sea on one side and high hills with beautiful
vegetation and flowers stretching directly above. Every turn seems like
the new best selfie spot. Stay in one of many unique hotels in Positano,
Amalfi’s most picturesque town, or take a boat ride along the coast to experience
Amalfi from the other side. Dine at a local restaurant and finish the
meal with a glass of traditional liquor made from Amalfi lemons called Limoncello. The island of Capri is also located nearby
and makes for a great one-day trip. Best months to visit the Amalfi Coast is between
April and September, and if you visit in May, the nature is especially charming. Try to avoid August since the place it’s
packed with tourists. A minimum of three days should give you enough
time to explore or add an extra day or two if you also want to visit
Capri or nearby Pompei. NUMBER 2: Oaxaca, Mexico Oaxaca is a state in southern Mexico full
of indigenous archeological sites and colonial architecture made of lava stones. Oaxaca is one of the safest states in Mexico
and is becoming one of the most desirable travel destinations offering a blend of culture
and nature. Start your visit in Oaxaca City, the state
capital with a beautiful historic center, and continue to the Oaxacan coast famous for
exceptional seafood. Oaxaca is also a popular surfing destination
and its best-known product is Mezcal, an increasingly popular drink
similar to Tequila. You can plan your visit around The Day of
The Dead in November and experience one of the most authentic celebrations of this traditional
Mexican holiday. Otherwise, best times to travel to Oaxaca
is between April and May and September to October since the summer months are usually
more crowded and there’s more rain. We recommend staying in Oaxaca between
five and seven days. NUMBER 1: Singapore Singapore is a small island nation
in Southeast Asia. The country gained its independence from Malaysia
in 1965 and has since experienced one of the most massive economic growths ever recorded. Today, Singapore is a global business hub
and offers amazing tourist attractions, food and cultural experiences and is suitable for
both budget and luxury travelers. Explore places like the amazing Gardens by
the Bay, the largest indoor waterfall, visit Siloso beach on Sentosa resort island or grab
a bite at one of the famous street markets and experience the vibrant local atmosphere. Did you know that the 2018 Hollywood hit Crazy
Rich Asians takes place in Singapore? While the climate is similar year-round, some
of the best months to travel are between mid-February and April and you might want to avoid January
and the beginning of February because prices go up during the Chinese New Year. If you visit Singapore for three to five days,
you should have enough time to cover most of the sights. Do you have your favorite destination or have you been to one of the places we
presented in this video? Share it in the comments below. And don’t forget to like this video, subscribe
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more awesome content.

Stephen Childs

25 Comments

  1. Bli ste v New Orleans?! Js si fulllllllll zelim it keeps!!
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  2. Do you have a favorite destination for 2019? ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Have you been to one of the places we described?
    We'd love to know. Share it in the comments ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. I was a few times in Berlin. The people there are really nice and the history of this city is very interesting, but the nightlife there is very cool. Maybe Iยดll go back there this year ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. Please welcome to Pakistan I invite you. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tourism_in_Pakistan

  5. Singapore really isnt that cool. Its overpriced and feels like London. Youre much better off going to any of the neighboring places. Like Melacca, KL, Cameron Highlands, etc…

  6. Recently I visited Bali and Nusa Penida islands in Indonesia. A must visit place for travellers.

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  9. not sure about Singapore be the No.1 spot, so many places are better than Singapore

  10. my favorite ones are Istanbul and Antalya in Turkey
    Orlando, Miami and san francisco in Usa

  11. Somebody must inform you about Greek destinations.We have 100 much more icredible places to enjoy.

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