The Best Destinations in the World 2015!
The Best Travel Destinations in the World 2015
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The Best Travel Destinations in the World 2014
10. Rio de Janeiro
It was Rio’s turn to shine. During the just concluded World cup, soccer was played in many venues across Brazil, but all eyes were on Rio de Janeiro since it was the location of the hotly contested match between Germany and Argentina.
June 28, 2014 marked a century since the fateful assassination of Frank Duke Ferdinand, an heir apparent to the Austria-Hungarian throne, which brought about the sweeping changes all across Europe with the most catastrophic war to ever be witnessed in the human history. This infamous war came to be known as the World War I.
8. Liverpool, England
February, 2014, marked 50 years since the Beatles first set foot on the United States, causing the Yank culture to be transformed with the British invasion. The truth is that you would never realize that such a time has passed since the Beatles took the stage once you are in Liverpool, where museums and historic sites are themed for the greatest four.
Summer 2014 will always remain as the summer for Scotland. Besides the myriad festivals that flock Edinburg every year, two events that have the attention of the world are also on the list. The Commonwealth games took place in Glasgow, and in September, the world-renowned Ryder Cup will make its way back to Scotland.
6. Big Island, Hawaii, United States
Thanks to the current volcanic eruptions, approximately 500 acres have been set aside to form the bulk of Big Island. The year 2013 was mostly active, and even though no one is able to tell when Pele will start erupting, those who paid a visit this year were surprised to see rivers of lava making its way to the sea.
5. Berlin, Germany
The year was November 1989. With no prior notice, the East German government announced that the GDR citizens were now allowed to pay a visit to West Germany for the first time. Those who got a chance to see the Berlin Wall realized that the gates were open and no one manned the guard towers.
4. Umeå, Sweden
This is by far the largest city in Northern Sweden and is home to Europe’s Capital Culture for 2014. This place is vibrant and eclectic where half the population hails from out of the country and over 50 languages are spoken.
3. Ciudad Colonial, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
This World Heritage site for UNESCO resides in fort, cathedral, and other olden buildings to give one of the Caribbean’s wealthiest historic sites. With the completion of a four-lane Coral, the ancient sites are within striking distance from Punta Cana resorts.
2. Palm Springs, California, United States
With a number of trendy hotels, such as Hard rock, and Ace, Palm Springs is slowly exchanging its reputation for a completely new image. Its famous midcentury shapes, which met with eye rolls once, have become a centre of attraction for many fans of retro design.
1. Richmond, Virginia, United States
The year 2014 commemorates the 150th anniversary of Richmond’s biggest battles. In May, it observed Spotsylvania and the Battle of the Wilderness, whereas in June, it commemorated the interminable and terrible siege of Petersburg.