My Upcoming Travel Destinations for 2016!

Travelling is, in essence of the main things that you have to look forward to in this fast paced, busy life. It is the whole concept of a journey that is completely enthralling. When you travel your mind opens up to hundreds of things and you become a more complete person.

Here are the locations I’ll be traveling to in 2016:

1. Hanoi, Vietnam

This is one of the best capitals in the world, preserving one of the Oldest, monuments, Quarter and colonial architecture, while allowing for room for modernization alongside. Once known as Thang Long, or the ‘ascending dragon’, this age old city is well in touch with its rich and varied culture and past. You can see this in the form of Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum and the Hoa Lo Prison. Parks, Lakes, boulevards and a range of nearly 600 pagodas and temples add to the beauty of this city. You can easily travel throughout the city in nothing but a taxi service.

2. Prague

The wonderful lady from my favorite cleaning service clued me into the wonders of Prague. Prague in the Czech Republic is the world’s foremost places to visit if you are a fan of the architecture and structural beauty of the best and the most luscious place on this planet. It is also a destination for beach weary vacationers who desire to engross themselves in traditions and romance. Taking out the time to spend an entire day in the Prazky hrad, which is a humungous castle lined with beauty, and then refuel over a warm dinner at a traditional Czech tavern. You would want to spend a significant amount of time exploring the Old Town Square before heading over to look at Astronomical Clock located there.

3. London

Who can forget the crown jewels, Camden market, and the Buckingham Palace, one of the center pieces of civilization’s most powerful empire? In London, you can have a good time by visiting all the architectural and historical places. If you are a fan of classy experiences, you should definitely not fail to spot the the Royal Opera house and Tate Modern. In case you’re a fashion enthusiast, be sure to visit Oxford Street and be ready to indulge in a shopping bonanza. Finest tea at Harrod’s or crunchy fish from any of the proper well known chip areas is something you should definitely look into. Music lovers and book enthusiasts will adore seeing the 221B Baker Street and abbey road, home to the Sherlock Holmes Museum.

4. Rome

Rome is one of the most important historical cities in the world, with nothing short of an equivalent of a thousand history books to fill with this empire’s conquests and culture. Starting with the Colosseum, you will need a lot of time to soak in the reality of this enduring city. It is a actual life collage of open-air market, and surprising historic sites. Enjoy a nice gelato or espresso before taking an afternoon shopping at the Campo de’Fiori or Via Veneto.

My Top 3 Favorite Travel Destinations

Traveling is more than just going to different places at different times in the year. It is more so about everything that comes during the travel. You get to see places, you get to meet people, and you get to experience different cultures and different traditions of different kinds of people. You get to experience different sceneries, different transits and different people.

1. Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech is a very magical place, brimming with markets, gardens, mosques and palaces. Going through the small alleyways that connect the whole city together, and entering the small courtyards that intersperse these alleyways is one of the most amazing experiences you will have in the world.

2. Siem Reap, Cambodia

Watching the sunrise at the Siem Reap has become a profound event, with watching the sun rise over the ruins of Angkor Wat being the highlight of your entire visit. The Angkor Wat which is a royal city is one of the main reasons to visit Siem Reap, which is one of the largest religious complexes in the world. This can be one of the most spiritual experiences you might have in your lifetime. Along with that you can get a history of Cambodian culture village, and a good lesson in bargaining in the Angkor Night Market, which is a mind blowing combinations of shops, food vendors and bars

3. Istanbul

Istanbul boasts of an architecture which is a combination of European and Asian architecture and culture. The city’s mosques, hammams and bazaars can take up most of your attention span before you even know it. Go along the Galata Bridge and make a short stop bt the Miniature Park to view its tiny artifacts.