Got any travel plans for this year? After a heated debate among the globetrotters here at the office, these are the top staff picks for places to visit in 2017, listed in no particular order. Get a taste of these amazing destinations with the beautifully designed ZenUI Themes created for you to feel magically transported to distant lands before you even start to pack your bags!
It’s no wonder that their tourism slogan is “Incredible India”: as one of the world’s oldest civilizations, it is just full of amazing heritage sites like the Taj Mahal, the “Pink City” of Jaipur, and the banks of the sacred Ganga. India is also home to one of the most colorful festivals on Earth: Holi, which takes place every year around February or March, and fills the streets with colorful powder and lots of fun.
(The Colors of Holi)
Known for its countless and multicultural islands, Indonesia’s diversity is sure to surprise even the most well-traveled folks. Bali has been the country’s top destination for decades due to the exciting mix of a laid-back atmosphere and an everlasting party feel. But Bali isn’t just about parties and beaches: those looking for a spiritual haven will love its jaw-dropping temples – like the superb Tanah Lot – and the peaceful sound of waves.
(The Bali Wave)
With almost 8,000 kilometers of coastline, an incredible rainforest and a rich colonial history, Brazil has indeed a lot to offer. The country’s most famous city, Rio de Janeiro, attracts millions of tourists every year, around February or March, for the world-renowned carnaval: an intense week of street parties, samba school parades and, of course, lots of people ready to embrace life and love with arms wide open – just like the statue of Christ the Redeemer.
This unassuming island is much more than most people imagine: a strong night market food culture, an organized network for easy access between bustling cities and pristine nature, and a friendly, helpful population make Taiwan an extremely pleasant place. Top it off with the countless temples scattered around the island and you have all the ingredients for an unforgettable holiday filled with traditional Chinese culture.
(Temple Culture of Taiwan)
Famous for the vodka, the caviar and two of the greatest ballet companies in the world, Russia is simply the largest country on Earth. But while the sheer size of the country would be enough to stun most tourists, it’s the complex history and cultural highlights that keep us craving for more. From the distinctive architecture of Orthodox churches and luxurious palaces to the imposing Soviet-era buildings, you are sure to find something to excite your senses.
(When in Russia)
Home to the most famous royal family and the most famous clock tower in the world, the UK has always been associated with charm and elegance. And of all British cities, London stands out as a true world capital: cosmopolitan and rich in history, but also unmistakably modern and busy. This city is certainly worth braving the crowds for, so if large groups of people are not quite your thing, just remember to keep calm and carry on.
(Sunset in London)
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