8 International Destinations You’ll Want to Visit This Year

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8 International Destinations You’ll Want to Visit This Year

Assuming the world is not flat…

| April 21, 2018

8 International Destinations

You’ll Want to Visit This Year

By Patti Sunio

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There’s nothing more worth the money, time, and effort than traveling the world. While these destinations aren’t necessarily the easiest and budget-friendly of visits, it definitely deserves a spot on your must-see bucket list. Natural sights, cultural wonders, and its recently-constructed city spots are all that make these places worth the trip this 2018:

Valletta, Malta

The UNESCO World Heritage city of Valletta, Malta, nestles right between Italy and Tunisia, easily making it a melting pot of European influence. Its popular Island of Gozo and its surrounding blue-green water is quite a sight. Elsewhere, you’ll be left in awe at Malta’s fascinating history and art, which ranges from food, entertainment—theatre, opera, dance and music, and a schedule of grandeur events.

 

Banff, Canada

Considered one of the oldest national parks in Canada, you can enjoy several sports in Banff, including skiing, kayaking, mountain trekking, and snow-shoeing. The Fairmont Banff Springs is one of its many luxurious gifts from nature. If you’re lucky, you might also catch sight of the famous Northern lights.

 

Nagano, Japan

Home to the 1998 Winter Olympics, the city is easily becoming an international travel destination, fancied by tourists for its bevy of wine-making and Italian mountain villages, among other historic and cultural stops. Experience nature’s best at the Hakuba valley and its breath-taking ski slopes, or see wildlife up close at the Jigokudani Wild Monkey Park.

 

Perth, Australia

Perth hails as one of the best cities in the world, and one that will never bore you. At night, the market, wineries, and restaurant scene is abuzz and lively; and during the day, you can enjoy its pristine beaches while sunbathing, whale-spotting, or even cycling by the shore.