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10 Most Amazing Places You need to visit in 2017

The world is like a book and those who don’t travel read only a page. That’s the reason why experts say that “Once a year, go to place you have never been before”. To keep ourselves healthy and productive one should consider visiting abroad at least once a year. To read the best chapters of the book of the world, we have narrowed it down to you. From ancient villages to modern cities, we have everything for you here. Following are the 10 most amazing places in the world that you consider to visit in 2017.

  1. Todos Santos, Mexico

Among the most alluring destinations in 2017, A Mexican town with the population 5K+ is at number ten. tranquil Todos Santos has long been a surfer’s retreat and a day-trip destination for Cabo travelers keen to visit art galleries. A quirky mix of locals, fishers, surfers and New Age spiritualists, the town of ‘All Saints’ has thus far escaped the rampant tourism of the other Cape towns, but still, has all kinds of things to see and do. Todos Santos’ newfound prosperity does not reflect its history. Founded in 1723, but nearly destroyed by the Pericú rebellion in 1734. The crumbling, photo-worthy brick structures still remain in several parts of town. February can be the best month to visit it due to the Arte Festival Feb 3-9:  A fantastic week of folk dancing, theater, music, poetry, and Baja history. Visit for more details Todos Santos 

  1. Tamil Nadu, India

India is famous for its historical temples and forts of Mughals and post-mughal era. Tamil Nadu in north India is the best place to visit. It’s a gateway to India’s cultural core. There’s Meenakshi Temple in Madurai, a sprawling complex dedicated to a powerful female deity, Brihadeeswarar Temple in Thanjavur, built by the ancient Cholas, one of India’s greatest dynasties, and several hundred other temples dotting the countryside and brimming with art carvings dating back as far as the 9th century. The cycle of temple festivals attracts large congregations of devotees. Noteworthy also are the car festivals, during which large chariots decorated with religious icons are taken in procession around the temple.  Tamil Nadu is the homeland of one of humanity’s living classical civilizations, stretching back uninterrupted for two millennia and very much alive today in the Tamils' language, dance, poetry and Hindu religion. Tamil Nadu Tourism Corporation 

  1. Turin, Italy

Turin home to the Museo Egizio, one of the most impressive collections of Egyptian artifacts in the world. Famous for the Shroud of Turin and Fiat auto plants, the city has a lot more to offer. From its Baroque cafes and architecture to its arcaded shopping promenades and museums, Turin is a great city for wandering and exploring. Turin was the host for the 2006 Winter Olympics with events in town and in seven nearby localities. The awards ceremonies took place in Piazza Castello, integrating Italian history and piazza culture with the Olympics. Turin celebrates its patron saint in the Festa di San Giovanni June 24 with events all day and a huge fireworks display at night. During the Christmas season there's a 2-week street market and on New Year's Eve an open-air concert in the main piazza. Turin Italy Tourism

  1. Pyeongchang, South Korea

Pyeongchang is going to welcome the world in 2018 Olympic games. For now, travelers can enjoy well-groomed runs, friendly service, and comfortable slope-side rooms without the Olympic-sized traffic jams. Of several ski resorts in the area, Yongpyong is widely considered the best, with 13 lifts plus a gondola.The area is popular with mountain hikers, especially in the southern part of Mount Seoraksan. The altitude of Pyeongchang is wide-ranging, with 84% of its territory comprising mountains with average elevations of 750 m (2,460 ft).

  1. Taxila, Pakistan

Taxila is the abode of many splendid Buddhist establishments. Taxila, the main center of Gandhara, is over 3,000 years old. It is the most important Buddhist sites in Pakistan housing about 50 archeological remains from the 2nd century BC to 6th century AD. The modern town of Taxila is 35 km from Islamabad. Most of the archaeological sites of Taxila (600 BC to 500 AD) are located around Taxila Museum. Taxila can be visited as an excursion from Islamabad or can be seen en route to Peshawar or to Besham, either way, it is best to see the archeological remains of Sirkap and Julian first which are the most important one. Sirkap is the citadal of the city and was a planned city having multicultural people living in it. When you visit Sirkap you can see the interesting style of masonry from Kashan period to the last period of the 6th century when the city was destroyed by the white Huns. Taxila has neighbored some other beautiful cities of Pakistan including Islamabad, Murree, and Abbottabad. Abbottabad is the small city but rich with the taste of Nature and marvelous weather. Hundreds of tourists visit these cities every month especially in the spring season when the flowers make the hills more splendid. Taxila Tourism Guide

  1. Colmar, France

The Alsatian town of Colmar has mostly been known for its old-world charms including canals lined with half-timbered buildings, and an art museum, housed in a 13th century former convent, noted for Grünewald’s Isenheim Altarpiece. It provides the intimacy of a medium-sized town combined with the most remarkable rich heritage. Birthplace of the famous sculptor Bartholdi, father of the famous Statue of Liberty Leading the People, it also saw the birth of Hansi, the most famous Alsacian illustrator. The worth visiting places includes Maison des Tetes (House of the Heads), Maison Pfister (Pfister House), Dominican Church and La petite Venise (Little Venice). Colmar Tourism

  1. Kansai, Japan

A temple in Kansai Region Japan
Kansai is the western region of the main Japanese island of Honshu, second only to Kanto region of Eastern Japan in population. Kansai region includes the cities of Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, and Nara which are famous for the rich cultural heritages from ancient times. The ancient Kansai region of Japan has always lured travelers, but this year promises a few new reasons to revisit. Last summer, Japan Railways introduced a new five-day Ise-Kumano Area Tourist Pass. The Michelin Guide to Kansai had so many starred restaurants (the most worldwide) it was divided into three separate guidebooks for 2017 and offers 19 new starred restaurants. Kansai cooking and food is marvelous but subtly different from the Kanto style, although the average short-term visitor is unlikely to spot many differences. Kansai Region Japan

  1. Guizhou, China

Located in southwest China, It is a picturesque place with abundant natural and cultural scenic spots. Many Chinese ethnic minorities have been living on this land for centuries. Landscapes in this province are broadly divided in to four types: plateaus, mountains, hills and basins. The Dalou Mountains in the northern part of the province forms the borderline of Guizhou. Guizhou province has long been one of China’s least accessible regions. The trip from Guangzhou was shortened from more than 20 hours to four after the opening of a $20 billion high-speed railway at the end of 2014. High-end hotels are also opening in the region, including the Anantara Guiyang Resort early this year. The most famous dishes include Suan Tang Yu (Sour Soup Fish) and griddle cooked dishes. Ghuizhou Official Website

  1. Thessaloniki, Greece

Thessaloniki is the second largest city of Greece and the most important centre of the area. The centre is laced with historic sights, from the Byzantine walls threading its romantic Upper Town to the imposing Rotunda. City has given Greece some of its greatest musicians, artists, poets and thinkers. The young professionals of this northern Greek city have faced the country’s high levels of unemployment in an unusual way: They opened restaurants that put a modern twist on traditional Greek, Slavic and Ottoman flavors. Historical buildings of this city includes the ancient forum, the Triumphal Arch of Galerius, the Rotunda and the byzantine walls of the city. It’s worth seeing museums are the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Byzantine Culture, the Folk and Ethnographic Museum, the State Museum of Contemporary Art, the Teloglion Foundation of Art, the Thessaloniki Cinema Museum, the Thessaloniki Science Center and Technology Museum. Thessaloniki Travel

  1. Southern Gulf Islands, British Columbia

The southern Gulf Islands sit pretty along Vancouver Island’s eastern coastline, Getting here by ferry or floatplane is part of the adventure and practical proof that you’ve made the great escape. Holidaying on a Gulf Island guarantees rest and relaxation. National Geographic Traveler named the Gulf Islands one of the world's best coastal destinations. A short ferry ride (as little as an hour) leads to a maze of Pacific islands dotted with small seaside villages, where summers can feel almost Mediterranean. The community of Southern Gulf Islands includes Denman Island, Gabriola Island, Galiano Island, Hornby Island, Mayne Island, Pender Islands, Salt Spring Island and Saturna Island. Concerts, readings, theatre productions, culinary offerings, gallery openings and a busy spring, summer and fall schedule of festivals – literary, musical, nautical, arts and apples included – keep residents and visitors entertained. Guide for Gulf Islands Tourism

Plan your trip to one of these awesome places in 2017 and don’t forget to share views your about these places.


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