With a world full of amazing tourist attractions, choosing the ideal destination for your next vacation can be a real challenge. That’s why we compiled this list of the best tourist destinations for 2018. Use our recommendations to craft your travel bucket list.
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
If you have a chance to travel to Brazil, then you should definitely visit Rio – the most astonishing city of Brazil. It is surrounded by lovely beaches and mesmerizing hills. Many tourists visit this city because of its famous beaches like Ipanema and Copacabana. You can go to the top of the Sugar Loaf Mountain and see the most breathtaking view of Rio de Janeiro and Guanabara Bay.
Along with million attractions, this city is also popular for its vibrant nightlife that offers a wide range of live music events, nightclubs, pubs, bars and lounges. Overall, Rio is a bustling city with lots to do and see, and it is an ideal place for your next vacation full of long beaches, timeless attractions and the craziest nightlife in the world.
Enthusiasm is contagious in this city. Prepare to have your inhibitions untied and senses engaged. Rio seduces with the fascinating images of the bikes, strollers, joggers, power walkers along the beach, the tipsy babble at sidewalk cafes, the joyous bustle of vendors ad Hippie Fair, etc.
Paris, also known as the city of light, is a beautiful city that can never disappoint. You can return again and again and there is always something that you haven’t tried yet, or something you haven’t seen or experienced before. However, the city offer an overwhelming amount of things so it can be a real challenge for first-time visitors.
You can spend just 3 days in this romantic city and have a fantastic time, but only if you prioritize what do you want to see. During such a short visit most visitors head to see the Louvre, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower and some other popular attractions, and therefore experience long lines and crowds. Spend more time to actually enjoy the city instead of rushing through everything.
You might find the Eiffel Tower the most disappointing spot in Paris. That’s because it is surrounded by a ton of annoying vendors and visitors. Lines take forever no matter the time. If you climb the stairs, you will see a gorgeous view, especially at night. The city is not cheap, but is far cheaper than other European cities. In fact, Amsterdam and London will cost you way more money.
Machu Picchu, Peru
Machu Picchu is a top tourist attraction in Peru. It is a citadel of cut stone fit together without mortar worth for visiting. The ruins lie on a high ridge, surrounded on three sides by the
Urubamba River. Locals are proud to share their heritage and fascinating extinct culture with tourists and to guide them through the more remote areas to scenery that few world destinations can compete with.
Every year million of people travel to the citadel to experience its incredible beauty and magic. If you’ve never been to Machu Picchu, then you can find the process of planning a little bit difficult. Peru has two seasons: dry and wet. The dry season is from May to October. This not only means less likelihood of rain, but also higher pricing, and greater crowding. Crowds and prices drop during the rainy season. In February the Inca Trail is closed for maintenance, though visitors can still tour the ruins.
You can get there, from Cusco by train and by foot. There are numerous types of train offered by Inca Rail, Machu Picchu Trains and Peru Rail, varying in luxury. For full experience visitors often take the Inca Trail. Trails vary in length and route – the classic path takes 4 days, but there are other alternative options available.