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TRENDING DESTINATIONS IN 2019 – SERIES 2



TURKEY

Turkey is making an impact on travel destinations in the current year i.e. 2019. Tour organizers are returning back to the track, major airline routes have been reestablished, and explorers are recovering trust in the strength and security of the nation following the 2016 terror attacks. Traveling has seen a 215 percent increase in Turkey bookings since a year ago.

SLOVENIA

Travelers are searching for new, less crowded European destinations and discovering them in Central and Eastern Europe—and Slovenia is one of the most trending destinations there. Since a year ago, traveler landings swelled 23.5 percent in Slovenia, as per the UN’s World Tourism Barometer. The nation is one of Europe’s hidden pearls and a most loved among climbers.

In April 2019 the new 186-mile Julian Alps Hiking Trail is
set to open, connecting beautiful towns and offering perspectives on Lake
Bled’s notorious island church and medieval château. New flights into the
capital city of Ljubljana start this fall on Aeroflot.

PERU

If you’ve been at Machu Picchu, you’re not the only one. This year Peru posted record-breaking growth in the tourism field, the reason behind this is the rapid increase in tourist from its neighbors and from Asian countries, as indicated by the UN World Tourism Barometer. Peru is best to visit destinations in the world, and the current year’s bookings down and out 2017 records.

EGYPT

Egypt is setting up its new Grand Egyptian Museum, a 117-acre of museum exhibition hall worked in perspective on the ancient Pyramids of Giza, for a 2020 opening. In excess of 43,000 antiquities—including chariots, mummies, veils, and sandals—have been come back to Egypt to make up the collection, a huge portion coming from King Tut’s tomb.

The travel industry is bouncing back in Egypt, as per UN
World Tourism Barometervisitor insights and saw 110 percent booking increments
over a year ago, and the nation’s incomes from the travel industry bounced by
155 percent in the initial nine months of this financial year.

Normandy,
France

Normandy is a center point of social wealth that incorporates a few religious tourist spots and dazzling ocean side perspectives. Tourist will be astonished at the number of real city destinations, from walking around interesting towns to visiting the home of popular craftsman Claude Monet. For the history buffs anxious to visit, 2019 will likewise check the 75th anniversary of the D-Day arrivals. Bookings have been increased this year.

Accra,
Ghana

International travelers looking for an adventure should definitely make a visit to Accra, the capital of Ghana. Some of the attractions of the West African center point include its brilliant colorful bazaar known as Makola Market and high-vitality nightlife spots on the beaches along the Gulf of Guinea. Bookings are up for this destination.

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