Must-Visit Destinations for 2011
People always have to think of where to go on holidays. Family members, friends, or colleagues sit down to talk about the best beaches, cities, islands, and other beautiful destinations. Don’t worry or spend too much time discussing and arguing where to go on holidays in the coming year. The following hot-spots will be in your must-visit destinations for 2011.
Rio de Janeiro is the hottest spot in the southern hemisphere. The city is famous for its natural settings, samba, magnificent beaches and carnival celebrations. The giant statue of Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf mountain with its cable car, the Sambódromo, and Maracanã stadium are just some of many famous landmarks in Rio de Janeiro.
Rio de Janeiro will host the 2014 Soccer World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Stockholm has always been a city of under-appreciated surprises and discoveries. The city is reputed for its buildings, abundant clean and open water. It is the second most visited city in the Nordic countries, with 1.1 million international visitors in 2008.
Every visitor can not miss the main sights including the Royal Palace and the winning cobbled streets of medieval Gamla Stan.
Ken Coast boasts secluded coves, long stretches of clean, sandy beaches, bustling seaside towns. It compasses some stunning landscapes from the White Cliffs of Dover to the mysterious landscapes of the Romney Marshes and Dungeness. Visitors can hunt in mysterious rock pools in a secluded cove, explore the 27-mile-long Viking Coastal Pathtake, or take off on a bracing cliff top ramble.
Visitors should not miss worthy eateries and stay in stylish boutique hotels.
Doha will draw tourists for the Doha-Tribeca Film Festival. Qatar’s capital city is enhancing its presence on the international stage. In addition, it is hosting professional soccer’s Asian Cup in January.
Many visitors come to Atlanta to see the remains of the Civil Ware. Atlanta, the gateway to the New South, is home to the world’s largest aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola museum and an impressive botanical garden.
Nahanni National Park was the world’s first-ever UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park’s area expanded to over 11,500 square miles of protected land in 2009. The park boasts mountain ranges, sulphur hotsprings, forests of spruce and aspen.
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