It’s getting warmer, trees are beginning to grow new leaves, flowers are blooming and people are suffering from steep cases of allergies. You know what this means? Spring is in the air (or at least close to being in the air). This is good news not only because cold weather is leaving or in some places gone, but because now YOU can travel to some of the most spectacular places in the world! Seriously, there exists destinations you need to explore this spring…no excuses!
Every year, Tripadvisor-an American travel website company providing reviews of travel-related content-publishes the Travelers´ Choice Destinations, a rank of world destinations based on millions of review by travelers themselves. As we at List25 love travelling, we decided to take a closer look at the most popular destinations of last year. The world is full of amazing places to discover and explore but sometimes, people just don’t know where to find them, which is why these rankings are so helpful (and we love them). If you are planning to visit grand cities, experience unforgettable trips and see astonishing landmarks this spring, today´s post will be a life (and time) saver. From world-known metropolis such as London, Paris and New York City to charming little towns in Cambodia and Indonesia, let us show you around these 25 Top Destinations You Need To Explore This Spring.
With almost 5 million inhabitants, Sydney is the largest and most populous city in Australia. Attracting nearly 3 million international tourists every year, Sydney has been ranked among the world´s top cities for tourism for decades.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Home to Burj Khalifa, the world´s tallest building, Dubai is the UAE´s second largest emirate, known for its futuristic skyline. Nicknamed the “shopping capital of the Middle East”, Dubai alone has more than 70 shopping centers, including the world’s largest shopping centre, the Dubai Mall.
Hong Kong, China
Known for its astouding skyline, deep natural harbor and extreme population density, Hong Kong is a major Southeast Asian metropolis and home to over 7 million people. The unusually dense infrastructure earned Hong Kong the title of the world´s most vertical city.
Queenstown, New Zealand
Located on New Zealand´s South Island, Queenstown is much smaller than the previous cities but still has a lot to offer. Sport enthusiasts can enjoy kayaking, bungee jumping, jet-boating, hiking, skiing etc. while film fans will admire local countryside where much of the Lord of the Ring trilogy was filmed.
The capital and the largest city of Hungary, Budapest is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Famous for its brilliant architecture and numerous hot springs and spas, the city attracts about 4.4 million tourists every year.