Top Rated Travel Destinations By City, Island or Town

Niagara On The Lake
Niagara On The Lake
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Just a two hour train ride from Toronto lies the small town of Niagara-on-the-Lake; often considered the most picturesque town in Canada. Well-known for its magnificent winery tours, you can stroll through town visiting the markets, or walk the local hiking trails to admire the magical beauty of the natural surrounds.

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Nimes
Nimes
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It's a history that stretches back to pre-Roman times, with various evidence of Bronze Age settlements. But with the Romans came more permanent colonization; soldiers were often given tracts of land in the area as payment for battles. The original Roman gates are still there, as is the Colosseum-style arena. Check the city's entertainment schedule before visiting, and catch a concert inside – something you can't do in Rome!

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Noumea
Noumea
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Noumea is the capital of the French cosmopolitan territory of New Caledonia. This sophisticated yet laid-back peninsula is surrounded by magnificent beaches and pictures coastlines. The city is the perfect jumping-off-point to the surrounding mountains, coral reefs and lagoons; come and enjoy its splendour!

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Orange
Orange
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Orange is a town in the Provence region of France with a mainly agricultural economy. The famous town is known because the Romans left their mark there; Orange is often cited as having the most impressive Roman architecture still standing in Europe.

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Palawan
Palawan
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Palawan is becoming one of the most popular places to visit in the Philippines, and for very good reason! This picturesque topical island offers some of the best white-sand beaches on the planet, surrounded by unspoilt wilderness, thick green jungles and amazing wildlife. If you want adventure, this is your place!

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Patagonia
Patagonia
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Patagonia in Chile is wild, unspoiled, and offers adventure around every twist and bend. Take some time to soak up the culture, with a tour by car or bike through the many picturesque towns and villages, trek through the beautiful Torres del Paine National Park, cruise on the General Carrera Lake (the largest lake in Chile,) explore the caves at the Marble Chapel Nature Sanctuary, and marvel at the fjords and sea life that abound throughout this magical and untouched region of the world. This is a trip that will leave nothing but spectacular memories!

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Pomerol
Pomerol
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Pomerol is an undersized, wine-oriented village located about 45 minutes east of Bordeaux. But its relatively small size–just 2,000 acres–definitely isn’t an obstacle to quality; indeed, Pomerol has become one of the region’s most respected Appellations d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) over the second half of the 20th century, despite being slightly different from the strictly categorized, upmarket Bordeaux wines.

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Port Arthur
Port Arthur
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Take a short 90 minute drive from Hobart and you will find yourself at the famous town of Port Arthur. This nineteenth century convict settlement is a favourite destination among history lovers. Explore the crumbling ruins, spread over 100 acres; they include the prison blocks, the old church, and an abandoned coal mine!

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Portimao
Portimao
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Famous for its picturesque marina, sandy beaches, and tasty sardines, Portimão is the gateway to the western Algarve, as well as the jumping off point for the popular Praia da Rocha beach. Perched opposite Ferragudo on the banks of the Arade River, it’s the region’s second-largest town (after Fado) and is bursting with restaurants, shops, and nightlife.

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Puerto Escondido
Puerto Escondido
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Puerto Escondido is a small surf-town on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. A relatively unknown tourist destination - Escondido is a mecca of alternative thinking and minimalist lifestyles. This isolated paradise is the perfect destination for those looking to escape reality and truly find peace within!

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Puerto Plata
Puerto Plata
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Puerto Plata is situated on the Atlantic north cost of the Dominican Republic and is most well-known for its long stretches of coast, backed by luxury resorts and hotels. A true tropical getaway with a picturesque mountain backdrop ensures the ultimate relaxation holiday; escape the tourist hordes today!

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Punta Rucia
Punta Rucia
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The sleepy beach-town of Punta Rucia is located in the La Isabela Bay, a short drive from Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic. This hidden getaway offers a quiet setting for people to relax and enjoy the natural splendour of its surrounds as they let the stress of life slowly drift away.

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Railay Beach
Railay Beach
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Railay sits on a peninsula between the busy tourist centers of Krabi and Ao Nang, but because of its fairytale limestone cliffs, it’s only accessible by boat. The four interconnected beaches that make up Railay Beach (West Railay, East Railay, Phra Nang and Tonsai) have a distinctly bohemian, easy-going vibe.

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Rainbow Beach
Rainbow Beach
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Rainbow beach is a small coastal town on the Sunshine Coast - hidden away from the hustle-and-bustle of mainstream society. Home to the magnificent the multi-coloured sand cliffs, backed by untouched coastal forests; Rainbow beach is one of the most picturesque places on earth.

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Rhodes
Rhodes
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Rhodes is one of the finest medieval island getaways in the entire Mediterranean; known best for its picture-perfect beaches, wooded valleys, traditional cobbled streets and ancient history. Nicknamed the "Sun Island", Rhodes is the largest island in Greece and will have you busy relaxing for days!

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Ria Formosa Natural Park
Ria Formosa Natural Park
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Like Porto’s Parque Nacional da Peneda-Gerês, the Parque Natural da Ria Formosa is a Portuguese national treasure created for the preservation of the the Algarve’s unique marshland and its flora and fauna. It encompasses a large lagoon area hugging almost 60 km (37 mi) of coastline between Manta Rota and Vale do Lobo. This lagoon’s diverse topography includes dunes, dune islands, marshland, saltpans and inland lakes. These wetlands are in turn a protected habitat for many species of birds.

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Richmond
Richmond
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Richmond is an historic and picturesque town, a mere 30 minutes from Hobart! Filled with nineteenth century buildings and cottages - and of course, the beautiful Richmond Bridge - Richmond is known for its museums, boutiques, craft stores and gourmet restaurants!

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Ring of Kerry
Ring of Kerry
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The Ring of Kerry is a route passing through some of the most beautiful scenery is southern Ireland. The route is circular and around 180km in distance. It passes through Killarney with its lovely National Park alongside Lough Leane, around Iveragh Peninsula, passing through Kenmare, Sneem, Waterville, Cahersiveen and Killorglin. Along the way there are beautiful views of castles, forts, historic houses and a sheer rocky island.

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Romantic Road
Romantic Road
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The Romantic Road leads through unspoiled areas, picturesque villages and past medieval castles. This attractive area gives the travelers a taste of typical German scenery and culture. As a former trade route built in the Middle Ages, the road has retained its medieval charm and distinctive character to this day. Take a half-day trip to Heidelberg, the old university town at the banks of Neckar River, including a visit of the inner courtyard of Heidelberg Castle, one of the most impressive historic landmarks of Germany.

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Ronda
Ronda
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Settled by the Phoenecians around the 7th century BC, later conquered by the Muslims and finally settling under Spanish rule, Ronda has had a long and varied history marked by war, trade, and geographic wonder. Today, most visit the small town of Ronda in order to enjoy is rustic charms, photograph the dramatic landscape and taste some of the local wineries of the region.

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Rosario Islands
Rosario Islands
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Less than an hour southwest of Cartagena’s port is a fragile archipelago of some 30 picture-perfect islands, wrapped in shimmering white-sand beaches, and strung like rosary beads through the deep blue Caribbean Sea. They sit atop the world’s third-largest barrier reef, which has protected as Islas del Rosario National Park since 1977. Though this clearly remains a mixed-use area, the designation has helped conserve 1300 species of flora and fauna present on and around the islands.

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Rottnest Island
Rottnest Island
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Just a short ferry ride from the coast; Rottnest Island sits off the shores of Perth and is a favourite with locals and tourists alike. Take a day to relax, go swimming, try snorkelling, or explore the island by bike or foot. And be sure to keep an eye out for the “Quokkas;” the islands incredibly cute, native inhabitants!

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Saint Kitts
Saint Kitts
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The beautiful Caribbean island of Saint Kitts is the perfect place to get away from the stresses of life and escape for a while with the family. Explore the beautiful lush rainforests, enjoy the stunning beaches such as Frigate Bay, make time to go snorkelling or diving in the crystal-clear waters, or a take stroll and soak up the rich history and fascinating colonial-era architecture of the town. Or, of course, do nothing and let the hours just drift away - the choice is totally up to you!

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Saint-Emilion
Saint-Emilion
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Saint-Émilion is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous for the catacombs under the town, built on a beautiful spot overlooking the Dordogne valley. The steep cobblestone streets are lined with charming houses, fascinating Romanqesue ruins, and underground Monolithic church carved into the limestone.

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