22 Places to Travel in 2022

22 Places to Travel in 2022

We're delighted to bring you our nominated places to travel in 2022. These destinations allow you to experience an extensive swath of breathtaking experiences. If all goes well (fingers crossed!), 2022 will be a significant year for ideal journeys. But where to go or what to do is only half of the equation, and for many kinds of travel, you need someone to organize it who knows your needs better and make your trip a memorable one.

Based on comprehensive personal and travel industry experience, we've collected this list of places to help you out to pick your next vacation destination. 

Samos, Greece
Samos is a center of the arts and civilization, at the same time blessed with fertile soil, abundant crops, and incredible natural beauty. Its breathtaking sceneries, endless beaches, lush green mountains, and valuable archaeological sites make Samos an unforgettable travel destination.
The Island's capital is Vathi, which will get you to many charming seaside villages, such as Kokkari, Pythagorion, Karlovassi, and Heraion. As for Samos beaches, they possess a fascinating panorama. Tsamadou, Agios Konstantinos, Potokaki, and Lemonakia are remarkable of the top beaches in Samos. Due to its large size, Samos has a wide assortment of secluded and organized beaches! 

Amalfi Coast, Italy
Magically waved between the blue sky and the bright-colored sea, the Amalfi coast seems to be born from a painter's palette who wanted to use the warmer color gradients to design a landscape that enchants the visitor at the first shot. With its lovely towns and villages and endless glorious views, a visit to the shore needs to be taken slowly. Even if you want to fit in some culture, schedule visits to churches, museums, and gardens around lazy lunches, dips in the shimmering sea, sunset hanging out, and basking in those extraordinary vistas. Don't miss the drive from Positano to Vietri Sul Mare: along its narrow, twisting length, the 'Road of a 1,000 Bends' passes some of the most beautiful places in Italy for dramatic stretches of coastal scenery.

Strasbourg, France
Exploring Strasbourg enrolls an exclusive experience due to its distinctive regional architecture, culture, and cuisine. It is rich with 2 000 years of history. It has been a World Heritage site since 1988, was the first urban center in France to be selected by UNESCO. With its novel architectural heritage, the city is brimming with surprises just waiting to be discovered. Here you can have the best French and German cuisine - due to its position a few kilometers from the Franco-German border, it has, for centuries, turned between French and German administration, making it a model of a bi-cultural city. You will have the chance to see the 12th-century cathedral, the storybook "la Petite France" neighborhood, the Maison Kammerzell, one of the city's most charming squares - the Place du Marché-aux-Cochons-de-Lait - its historical museums. Also, Strasbourg has stylish shopping streets and excellent Saturday markets. The best way to get a sense of the city is to take a boat trip; you will relish the city's lively tourist hub, well-preserved half-timbered homes, and transcendent panoramic views. 

Zanzibar, Tanzania
The Zanzibar Archipelago, located in the Indian Ocean 15 miles off the coast of Tanzania, is a breathtaking scene to escape from the World. You'll experience clear, turquoise-blue water, lightweight sandbars perfect for wading, and many small, nearly deserted islands virtually unvisited by tourists. Traverse the World Heritage Site of Stone Town, Zanzibar City's old quarter. Or just go beach to beach between tiny fishing villages—each one's better than the next.

Phuket, Thailand
Phuket, a rainforested, mountainous island in the Andaman Sea, has several remarkable of Thailand's most popular beaches, mainly situated along the clear waters of the western coast. Each beach is different, such as Rawai, Patong, Karon, Kamala, Kata Yai, Kata Noi, and Mai Khao. Laem Phromthep Viewpoint is said to emphasize the most beautiful sunsets in Thailand. It isn't just beaches; you will also find excellent classical architecture, a very welcome atmosphere, exquisite food, and great nightlife. Phuket is the perfect destination whether you're a backpacking couple, a luxury trip, a wandering budgeteer, or a traveling family on the hunt for seaside fun.

Marrakech, Morocco
Marrakech is a cultural fortress surrounded by traditional souqs and architectural relics. It offers visitors a classic taste of Moroccan and Berber cultures, with street vendors, exquisite restaurants, and local warmth. The city is extremely popular with tourists who crowd the streets searching for adventure and liveliness. 

Fethiye, Turkey
Fethiye was once distinguished as the ancient city of "Telmessos," one of the most important cities of the Lycian civilization. Telmessos was a culturally rich and flourishing city and home to monuments today. Fethiye is surrounded by magnificent heritage sites, archaeological wonders, pristine beaches and lagoons, and towering mountains. Its old town is also a lovely neighborhood to wander through if you want to enjoy a slower pace on your holiday.

Havana, Cuba 
Havana is a charming city, with a richly diverse architecture: Art Deco theatres; and taxi drivers in half-century-old American guzzlers, all of this happening right before a string of Neoclassical shop fronts attesting to a grand colonial past, thus lending Havana that unique Caribbean flavor, a sort of magic so special, so enchanting. By far, the most attractive sections of Havana are:

  • The old city or Habana Vieja.
  • The most emblematic oceanfront boulevard, the Malecón.
  • Vedado, the city's heart, with its Plaza surrounded by theatres, lounges, nightclubs, and cinemas.

A few miles away lies the very essence of Havana—of Cuba itself—the immense Plaza de la Revolución. Beyond it are some of Havana's most stylish restaurants and best music venues mushrooming amongst old colonial streets and new avenues, all of which lend the entire city a well-deserved spot in anyone's tourist bucket list. Hava has kilometers of coastline of incredible and beautiful white sandy beaches to enjoy. It is ideal for relaxing, savoring the tropics' warm weather, or diving in its divine coral reefs.

Split, Croatia
The second biggest Croatian city, Split, is known for ancient sights, sandy beaches, delicious cuisine with rich nightlife options.
Alongside Dubrovnik, Split is the most important part of Croatia tourism, featuring millions of visits every year. The largest town in Dalmatia and the second-largest in all Croatia (after Zagreb), Split is a quintessential Mediterranean city, with a small-town vibe, noisy streets, and easy-going locals. Split is an exciting and must-visit place in Croatia. It has a rich history dating back to Roman times, but it is also a vibrant town with a lot to do. Bustling cafes, Riva – a seafront ramble perfect for strolling or people-watching. Lovely restaurants serving fresh, mouthwatering dishes, breezy beaches, historic boutique hotels, and cozy wine bars are just remarkable of the attractions that draw thousands of visitors to Split every year.

Porto, Portugal
Porto is the perfect size for those you love to explore on foot. You'll enjoy wandering down its alleyways full of history and sentiment. This waterfront Bairro positively requires you to lose yourself between the maze of narrow streets and explore out some of the city's most cherished architectural treasures. So unique and precious are the buildings that make up this ancient neighborhood that UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site. An evening walk along the Douro River, visiting the vibrant Mercado do Bolhão, or testing its renowned Port wine are just some of the many things you can do in this charming city.

Bentota, Srilanka
Bentota is an impressive beautiful resort town in Sri Lanka. It is a place full of green environs in the background, awash with tall coconut palm trees everywhere in the landscape. The lagoons, the estuaries, the calm weather, all will sparkle you like never before. Bentota is also famous for its dazzling marine life, and you will enjoy the ambiance once you step in. A serene beauty, particularly for the newly wedded couples, this place is aphonic, and its exquisiteness cannot be expressed in words but only felt.

Berlin, Germany
The capital of and largest city in Germany, Berlin is the kind of town where vibrant life, modernity, and the classic meet to offer a unique cocktail of ultra cosmopolitan lifestyle seldom matched by any other city in Europe. Berlin is synonymous with liveliness, intellectual stimulus, and certainly lots of fun, replete with world-renowned theatres, orchestras, universities, and museums. Don't miss taking a tour along the Spree River to catch a glimpse of the imposing Reichstag with its glass dome or pass from under the city's most famous landmark, the Brandenburg Gate, its lavish gardens, the Pariser Platz. You can also inspect a fraction of the past by visiting the Berlin Wall's remnants. Berlin is oversaturated with thousands of stylish cafes, trendy shops, fine restaurants, and there's not enough time to tell which gallery, museum, or square you might choose to go and visit—it's full of the best, and it's never over! You might decide to watch and listen to a performance of Beethoven at the world-famous Berliner Philharmonie, perhaps stroll along the Gendarmenmarkt, maybe do some frivolous shopping at Europe's second-largest department store, the Kaufhaus des Westens—Germany's answer to Harrod's. Frantic during the day, intellectual and orderly in the afternoon, and neurasthenic at night, Berlin will never be a boring place for anyone, much less a disappointment in anything—it has everything and anything each taste could muster, and that in itself says it all. 

Langkawi, Malaysia
Explore a faraway island, a tropical paradise in Langkawi. Captivating and idyllic in its natural beauty. Grand and magnificent in its cultural heritage. Langkawi is the destination for a great vacation. Beaches, mountains, wildlife, islands, mangroves, duty-free shopping, and more. From climbing the highest peak to feeding eagles, getting a Langkawi Cable Car, and visiting the Island's largest mosque, these are a few of the things that you can do on this fascinating Island.

Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona is full of museums, parks, Antoni Gaudí landmarks, and other highlights. Barcelona offers many attractions and famous sights such as the Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, and Camp Nou mountains and is renowned for its delicious pintxos and seafood. Catalan cuisine is a mouthwatering blend of heritage, produce, terroir, tradition, creativity, and innovation that you should not miss during your trip. Barcelona's architectural richness span 2000-plus years. Towering temple columns, ancient city walls, and secret stone passages present a window into Roman-era Barcino. In different parts of town efflorescence the sculptural masterpieces of Modernisme, a mix of original and whimsical creations by Gaudí and his Catalan architectural counterparts. Barcelona has also long incited artists, including Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró, who have major Barcelona museums devoted to their works.

The Hague, The Netherlands
The Hague is home to the Dutch government, even though Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands. Visitors here love its modern vibe, but more than that, they are entranced by its old-world charm that can only be felt when you visit the city. It has a wealth of history for the tourist to get to know, and it also, with its modern skyline, looks firmly toward the future. It also has a beautiful coast on the North Sea and some great beaches. You will find several royal palaces and monuments in The Hague, and it is still home to many members of the Dutch royal family. The Hague is also known as the "City of Peace," as many national and international organizations work toward that goal. The city possesses its vibrant nightlife with its grounded art and culture.

Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is home to imposing palaces and castles, divided by the legendary Vltava (the inspiration for Smetana's grandiose music). The most recognizable Prague Castle perched over the hill overlooking the city and river. It is the Czech President's official residence and the World's largest ancient castle. Rich in history and classified as an Alpha global city, Prague is full of imposing cathedrals and cobbled streets flanked by an immense number of well-preserved medieval buildings, pubs, restaurants, and trendy shops. Notable places include Wenceslas Square, the Gothic Powder Tower, and one of the most remarkable modern buildings in the whole of Europe—the Dancing House, which appears to be frozen in a sensuous silhouette of glass, steel, and concrete. The Old Town Square, the Charles Bridge, and the incredible National Theatre are just a fraction of the impressive stock of beautiful architecture and amusement Prague offers.

Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh has had an immense role in the arts, Literature, and politics, with significant characters either hailing from or having resided there, like Samuel Johnson, Arthur Conan Doyle, Adam Smith, J.K. Rowling, Charles Darwin, and Sean Connery. Edinburgh has also been a major science center, with many engineering and learning centers like Edinburgh's famed University. But what makes the city so appealing is its unique Old Town skyline. It preserves many Medieval and Reformation-era buildings, cobbled streets, and a picturesque profile seldom seen elsewhere. The prominent landmarks are Edinburgh Castle with the quaint Grassmarket at its bottom and Holyrood Palace, the monarch's official residence in Scotland. Edinburgh is also home to excellent museums, like the National Museum of Scotland, the National Gallery of Scotland, and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, which houses Britain's finest paintings. Edinburgh is also packed with crowded, cheery pubs and cafes. Beyond the city are a breathtaking expanse of verdant valleys, crags, rolling hills, and country mansions, all forming the pre-requisites for a truly romantic painting. 

Vienna, Austria
This romantic supreme city is alive with the music of Schubert and Mozart and is brimming with culture, art, and great architecture. Experience the grandeur of Emperor Franz Josef's 'Ringstrasse,' the circular boulevard surrounding the Hofburg Palace, the State Opera House, Burgberg Theatre, and numerous museums. Take a stroll through the narrow ancient lanes and cobblestone squares throughout St. Stephen's Cathedral, which implores images from Vienna's past and follows the scent of coffee to one of Vienna's famous cafés. In the evening, sample local food and wine in traditional 'Heurigen' wine-taverns or enjoy amusements in the lively Prater area. There is so much to see and experience in this beautiful historic city that you should not miss.

Cancún, Mexico
Cancún is recognized worldwide for its sensational white sand beaches and its charming sea in turquoise blue tones. Amidst unique natural places, Mayan culture, water activities, and adventure. Cancún offers a culinary experience through the fusion of Mexican and international flavors that the best chefs in the World masterfully realize when it comes to food. It is also well-known for its sophisticated spa facilities, typical handicraft markets, as well as shows, bars, and nightclubs that give credit to its incomparable nightlife.

Bali, Indonesia
World-renowned for its exquisite beaches, high-end resorts, and vibrant nightlife, Bali is a must for any island visitor. Situated in the Coral Triangle, Bali is a gem of marine biodiversity, and as such, it attracts thousands of visitors who come to explore the colorful reefs surrounding the coast. Visitors can opt to stay at any of the Island's posh resorts and either go for an audacious surf and swim or chillax under the sun. One of the best things to do in this exotic place is immerse yourself in a yoga retreat session. There is something to be enjoyed by every type of wellness traveler. And for those who wish to espouse excitement with richness, Denpasar, Bali's capital, has beautifully decorated temples hosting exotic rituals and dazzling shows.  

The Maldives,  The Republic of Maldives
Are you thinking about honeymooning? How about having a tropical island (nearly) to yourself? This is Asia's smallest country, but make no mistake about it—it's large enough to make your vacation huge! This conglomeration of archipelagos gathers some of Asia's most beautiful beaches. With its hundreds of seaside resorts, the island-nation is the last refuge of the sea-loving vacationer— it's the paradise for diving, swimming, fishing (game fishing being one of the World's most renowned), windsurfing, and water skiing. And when we said you could nearly have an island to your own, we didn't exaggerate— almost each of The Maldives' archipelagos is a resort on its own. With white-sanded beaches, crystal clear waters, palm trees swinging to the sea's soft breeze, and charming hospitality, The Maldives is the little chillaxing giant of Asia.

Hanoi, Vietnam
Visiting this city allows you to discover traditional Vietnamese food, experience the locals' way of life, and be inspired by stories of the city's culture and history. Vietnam's capital city is rich in history, with the streets of its sprawling Old Quarter dating back to the 14th century. However, today's Hanoi is about much more than in the past. The ancient city is refreshed with modern cafes, world-class restaurants, and great art galleries. A few days in the city don't get fairness, but fortunately, most attractions are within walking range of one another. Among the great activities besides the Hanoi Old Quarter are the Dong Xuan Market, Hoan Kiem Lake, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre, Ba Vi National Park, Hanoi Opera House, and theTemple of Literature.