Telč Among “Best Trips 2020”, According to National Geographic

Where will you be expanding your horizons in 2020?

If you take National Geographic’s advice, you’ll be seal-watching in Quebec, hiking in Hungary or braving the world’s tallest bridge in Guizhou, China.

The travel publisher has just released its Best Trips list, highlighting 25 destinations it recommends for “transformative travels” in 2020.

“Best Trips is our annual list of where to go, what to know and how to see the world in the year ahead,” says George Stone, executive editor of travel at National Geographic. “To build the list we worked with National Geographic editors around the world as well as photographers, writers, explorers and, of course, passionate travelers to report on the essential sites to see and places to be in 2020.”

The picks are divided into four categories: Culture, City, Nature and Adventure.

Culture picks for 2020

    • Asturias, Spain
    • Guizhou Province, China
    • Gobekli Tepe, Turkey
    • Maya, Guatemala
    • Mendoza Province, Argentina
    • Abu Simbel, Egypt

City picks for 2020

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Telč, Czech Republic
  • Fort Kochi, Kerala, India
  • Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Parma, Italy
  • Puebla, Mexico

Nature picks for 2020

  • Magdalen Islands, Quebec
  • Canada – Kalahari Desert
  • Botswana – Bialowieza Forest
  • Belarus/Poland – National Blue Trail
  • Hungary – Canary Islands
  • Spain – Maldives
  • Grand Canyon, Arizona

Top adventure picks for 2020

  • Tasmania, Australia
  • Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria
  • Wales Way, UK
  • Tohoku, Japan
  • Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia
  • Zakouma National Park, Chad

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