Friday, 12 April 2013

Top travel destinations for 2013 and 2014

Rabat, Morocco

The Roman and medieval ruins of Chellah on the outskirts of Rabat, Morocco. The capital was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2012.

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Scotland, United Kingdom

Last year, everyone went to London and Gangnam got discovered. Where will the world be going this year?
Our first top destination is Scotland, which has seen fit to dub 2013 the "Year of Natural Scotland." Among the attractions, the recently announced Gore-Tex Scottish National Trail runs from the English border to Cape Wrath, traveling past pristine lochs and haunting glens as it follows mainly existing routes, such as the West Highland Way and Rob Roy Way.

Košice, Slovakia

Thanks in part to its medieval old town and vibrant mix of Renaissance, Baroque and art nouveau architecture, the compact yet captivating eastern Slovakian city of Košice has been chosen 2013's European Capital of Culture (along with Marseille in France). This photo was taken at the time of the announcement.

Sub-Saharan Africa

A wary lion pauses for refreshment in the Serengeti. The area and other parts of Africa are more affordable and accessible with the launch of budget airline, Fastjet.

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA

A cannon on Confederate Avenue in Gettysburg. U.S. Civil War history will take center stage in 2013. A year of events and commemorations are scheduled in and around Gettysburg, including a 10-day program of tours, performances and a massive battle re-enactment on July 4.

Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Dutch artist Rembrandt van Rijn's famous 'Night Watch' painting in Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum. The museum reopens in April 2013 after a 10-year renovation -- just one of the reasons to hit the Dutch city in 2013.

San Andres Island, Colombia.

Magical Andes mountain scenery, bustling cities quickly getting up to international speed in the wake of a troubling past, high-end hotel openings (Hilton, InterContinental, Marriott) and new direct routes from major air carriers are quickly moving Colombia onto a lot of traveler wish lists.

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