11 Dec Travelling – Best places to visit for the holidays
First thing you need to do when planning a trip basically is see what everyone has to say about that particular city or town. Better yet you might not have anyplace in mind, OR you have a list of places in mind, well we can help to narrow it down to one, or more!
Cuba is a classic place in the Carribbeans with it’s capital being Havana. It’s a place to be for the Christmas holidays. Take long walks, enjoy the scenery and if you do not fancy the cold weather for the holidays then this could be for you. A day trip to Varadero, have lunch at the famous El Floridita Restaurant, the Castillo De Morro, The Christ of Havana statue, Bodeguita del medio are part of the itinerary for a trip to Cuba.
Travel to Nairobi. Eat at Kilimanjaro. You can be spontaneous with their Indian, Somalian, and Swahili dishes. Have indoor rock climbing at the Diamond plaza, go paint balling, go on the high rope challenge, go hiking, go on a picnic at the Oloolua in Karen, its got a waterfall, feed giraffes at the giraffe center. And have an early morning game drive at the Nairobi National Park. Basically, if you want to go on a family trip, this is very ideal.
The Alpine City has been ranked the best city to visit in the world for 2020 by Lonely Planet, due to the centenary of its famous annual festival taking place in July-August. For this special occasion, there’ll be dedicated exhibitions and events, from concerts and operas to readings.
Not ONLY is it the birthplace of Mozart and the backdrop for The Sound of Music, there’s a whole lot of museums and building’s dedicated to the city’s rich cultural history. Visit the Mozart museum, the composer’s birthplace and take part in a bike tour retracing the steps of the hit musical. Lonely Planet also recommends marveling at the medieval fortress on the hills and striding alongside the Salzach river.
From getting recognition for hosting the 2019 Rugby World Cup, there’s going to be an even bigger spotlight on the city of Tokyo, Japan in 2020 when it is home to the 2020 summer Olympics. There’s so much to do in Tokyo, from the historic temples like Sensō-ji and Meiji-jingu to the bustling modern cities and buildings including the Sky tree and Tower to the instantly recognizable Shibuya crossing. It’s also home to incredible food (if you like matcha, you’re in for a treat) and great karaoke.