Date: 4 months ago   Category: Travel

назвал лучшие турнаправления 2019 года Lonely Planet


The optimum countries for travel next year are Sri Lanka, Germany and Zimbabwe. Experts of the authoritative tourist Lonely Planet resource have made the rating of the best tourist directions of next year. Among the countries Sri Lanka, Germany and Zimbabwe were in the lead. Sri Lanka was in the lead thanks to the developed tourist infrastructure which I have significantly improved after the ten-year internal conflict. Also a variety of cultures, local hospitality and the rich wild nature draws attention of tourists. Panama, Kyrgyzstan, Jordan, Indonesia, Belarus, São Tomé and Príncipe, Belize were included in the top ten the countries. As for the cities TOP-10, the leader has recognized the capital of Denmark Copenhagen. Further there are the Chinese Shenzhen and the Serbian Novi Sad and also Miami (USA), Kathmandu (Nepal), Mexico City (Mexico), Dakar (Senegal), Seattle (USA), Zadar (Croatia) and Meknes (Morocco). Earlier it was reported that experts called the most terrible tourist points of the world. They are included into the list of the directions of so-called "dark tourism". News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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