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Our planet is pretty big and sometimes choosing a travel destination can prove to be quite difficult. However, there are some places that are visited by tens of millions of people every year and are considered safe bets when it comes to travel. A conclusion one can make right away is that the biggest number of top travel destinations is located in North America, Europe, Asia and the South Pacific.

With countries like the United Kingdom, France, Italy or Spain you cannot go wrong, as they have plenty to offer and can appeal to almost any traveler.

Whether you are interested in exploring a new culture, ancient sites, art, food, nature or anything else that comes to mind these countries will deliver.

Of course, you cannot limit yourself to one continent. There are so many countries and awesome places you can explore. Island hoping in the South Pacific from Fiji to Australia. Shopping and Sightseeing in Manhattan or Hollywood. Playing cowboy for the week at a Dude Ranch in Colorado. Visiting the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. Experiencing the food, culture and history of Asia. Climbing Mt. Everest or hiking the Great Wall of China starting in Beijing–are only some of the great experiences that will be stored in your memory forever when you venture into the world. We hope you enjoy reading our Blog.

 

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