A luxury vacation is trending, and you should hop on the bandwagon whenever you get the opportunity. However, before you do that, it will be best if you did some research. Of course, you may have a couple of destinations in your mind for 2020 but it would not hurt to take a look at what suggestions I have for you in this small piece of article.
Taking into account various factors such as availability of competitive rates, cultural heritage, infrastructure, transportation, and whatnot, I have compiled a list of four places that should find a place in your 2020 list. These places will offer you great deals and assure you a memorable experience whenever you decide to visit them. So, let us take a look at what I have for you.
- Canary Islands, Spain: When we think about Spain, the first things to come to our mind are probably Barcelona or Madrid. But, hey, there is so much you are missing out on. The Canary Islands is one of the places you should surely prioritise over every other Spanish city. Featuring rugged terrain, mountainous landscape, and volcanoes, Canary Islands is a weirdly pleasant combination of everything. In addition to its natural picturesqueness, there are pre-historic monuments, clear skies ideal for stargazing, and an astronomical observatory atop Mount Teide. If you are there in the month of December, you might witness the majestic Geminid meteor shower.
- Okinawa Islands, Japan: Okinawa is the picnic spot for the Japanese because it has everything: lush greenery, scenic ocean views, pleasant weather, exciting beaches, and pleasant gentry. With Japan gearing up for the Olympics, Okinawa will be presented following a massive makeover, but the original charm would not be overshadowed. Over here, you can find an ample number of attractions such as the once the world’s largest aquarium Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, Hiji Falls, Shuri Castle, Nakagusuki castle, Nakamura House, and Nakjin castle. Moreover, Okinawa is known for its wide range of festivals including Cherry Blossom, Orion Beerfest, Shuri Castle Festival, and the Ryukyu Dynasty Festival Shuri.
- Egadi Islands, Sicily, Italy: Located off the west coast of Sicily, the three Egadi Islands form a touristy archipelago which is all ready to welcome a voluminous stream of luxury vacationers. The islands have been here for long and have seen human civilisation transform within their natural limitations marked by mountainous terrain, secluded bays, pristine beaches and picturesque ocean. Of the three constituting islands, the butterfly-shaped island, Favignana, is the most important one. The other two are relatively isolated and are perfect for those who want to largely keep off human interferences during vacation. However, while you are here, make sure you enjoy Favignana as it has become a famous holiday resort in the archipelago and has, therefore, better infrastructure to offer to its guests.
- Galway, Ireland: If you want to immerse yourself in Irish festivities but want to avoid the mainstream, then Galway is where you should head. A luxury vacation in Galway will be filled with regular excitement and celebrations. Its importance as a major hub of cultural activities is reflected in the fact that it is this year’s European Capital of Culture, along with Rijeka from Croatia. Once you come here, you will find yourself involved in a world of music, theatres, movies, and festivals. Many annual events are organized such as Galway Film Fleadh, Galway Races, Galway Christmas Market, and Spirit of Voice Festival. Other places of interest include Lynch’s Castle and The Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas.
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