If you need help getting back into your travel groove, below suggestions can help.
Recently, we had a jump in the number of plans created for these places. The list includes everything from a popular winter resort to one of Europe’s least explored corners.
Start your spring by planning a trip using one of these suggestions as the launching point. Then, make a customized itinerary fit for your travel style.
Vacation in Badami to see many temples carved into red sandstone. Unique in the world.
The side streets are lined with charming old homes as well as Chalukyan ruins.
Top suggestions include Bhuthanatha Temple and Group of Monuments in Pattadakal.
Mecca, Saudi Arabia
A visit to Mecca is more than classic tour of a city. As the birthplace of Prophet Muhammad, it is also the birthplace of Islam.
Attractions in Mecca abound, most of them historic places that form part of the Hajj itinerary. Due to their religious importance, entrance remains prohibited to non-Muslims.
You can, however, explore places like Jeddah Corniche and Mall of Arabia.
The Baltics, Europe
Trips to the Baltics remain relatively low on most travelers’ bucket lists, despite the richness of the area’s history and culture.
Encompassing Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, the region nestles between Russia and the Baltic Sea.
Start by delving into the endlessly charming capital cities of Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius. Then, move on to discover more by exploring the extensive unspoiled natural areas and diverse smaller cities, towns, and villages.
Popular ideas are Old City Riga, Gauja National Park, and Karosta Prison.
St. Moritz, Switzerland
Take a trip to St. Moritz to discover one of the most expensive ski resorts in the world.
Most popular for skiing and snowboarding in winter, it also remains a great place for hiking and biking in summer.
Don’t miss the resort’s world-famous toboggan run.
Visit Ukraine to discover one of Europe’s most diverse nations.
Witness the diversity by sipping coffee in city cafes, hiking the Carpathians, unwinding by the beach, or exploring picturesque forests.
Those interested in architecture delight in grand Gothic towers, wooden churches, as well as looming Stalinist constructions.
Don’t miss Saint Sophia Cathedral and St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery.
Tour Geneva to see one small city with the highest number of international organizations in the world.
The cosmopolitan city remains known for exquisite Swiss chocolate. As well as luxury jewellery and fine watch-making.
People often refer to the city as the Capital of Peace. It offers visitors an insight into many influential governmental as well as non-governmental organizations.
Visit Palais des Nations and International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum.