16 Destinations to Add on Your Bucket List in 2019

BringMe! team, producing the travel content of BuzzFeed, selected the most admired destinations in 2018. There are also three locations from North America on the list. Let’s take a look!


16. Kerala, India

The green hills, long beaches covered with palm trees, tea gardens and, bottom line, all natural beauties preserved of Kerala resemble an eden.

15. Joshua Tree National Park, USA

This national park, home to many wild animals, is a unique place for many activities such as camping, hiking and climbing.

14. Portugal

You have many reasons to see this sailor country, located in the westernmost part of the European continent. The cathedrals in Braga, an espresso on the Porto rim, the beaches in the Algarve, the historic city square and the royal palace in Lisbon and thousands of them!

13. Canmore, Canada

This former mining town which became famous in 1988 Winter Olympics, also known as Queen Town of the Rockies, is one of the most impressive national parks in the country. It is a city close to the southeastern border of Banff National Park. Many visitors visit the Canmore Nordic Center Provincial Park a year .

12. San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, is the country’s largest port and largest industrial center, and attracts a large number of tourists with casinos, beautiful beaches and mild climate.

11. Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, one of the most beautiful and popular cities of northern Europe, is among the most developed cities in Europe. Copenhagen’s beautiful streets and squares, historic buildings and green spaces appeal to a lot of people from all ages and styles.

10. Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico’s capital, Mexico City is the most populous city in terms of population, and one of the most important trade centers in the region. Mexico City is the second city with the highest number of museums in the world with more than 150 museums. The city has a great potential to admire you with its ancient city and pyramids, colonial period architecture, delicious Mexican cuisine, beautiful squares and many fun activities.

9. Zermatt, Switzerland

Whenever you heard about Zermatt, center of interest of tourists since the 1860’s, the first thing that comes to mind is the Matterhorn Mountain from the Swiss Alps. The old-style chalets have an authentic atmosphere, and electric vehicles and horse-drawn carriages make the transportation easier in Zermatt’s curvy roads. Skiing in the area is possible until the beginning of summer.

8. Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia is famous for its unique geological formations called fairy chimneys. Large cone-shaped formations have been formed over time with erosion of soft volcanic tuffs in the environment. Many different peoples in history have used these geological formations shaped by nature as shelter and house. (Kaymaklı and Derinkuyu, all of which are underground, are examples of early Christian cities.) If you would like to visit there, you had better take a tour with balloon!

7. Reykjavic, Iceland

Reykjavic is the capital in the northernmost part of the world. There are many thermal springs and a luxury spa center in the city. Reykjavik is admired for its modern and internationally acclaimed music and art scene, great food, famous nightlife and open-minded people.

6. Egypt

Egypt, which connects the African and Asian continents, is an ancient country dominating the Nile, Red Sea and Suez Canal. Egypt is one of the most important destinations of Africa with its original culture, temples, pyramids and medieval ruins.

5. Takayama, Japan

This traditional city of Japan, which has become quite popular in recent years, is the well-preserved Edo-style neighborhoods and the transfer point of the Hida region.

4. Venice, Italy

Venice is the most important city in northeastern Italy. This city, founded on 118 islands, is one of the most important cultural and historical destinations in Europe.

3. Annecy, France

Annecy, located in the Rhône-Alpes region of France, is a city where you can enjoy its castles, cathedrals and original architecture. Saint-Pierre Cathedral, the Pont des Amours and the Rue Royale are the most important points of the city.

2. Yosemite National Park, USA

Yosemite National Park, located among the mountains of California, is famous for its granite rocks and waterfalls. Half Dome and El Capitan are the most important natural formations. The valley is open throughout the year for those who want to camp, walk and climb.

1. Slovenia

This small country, neighbouring to Italy, Croatia, Austria and Hungary, is located in a geography where Central and Southern Europe intersect. The majority of Slovenia is covered by the Slovenian Alps, and the east is the extension of the Great Hungarian Plain. The most important rivers of Slovenia are Sava and Drava, born from the Austrian Alps. Slovenia is located at the top of this list with its natural beauties, quaint towns and cities.


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