10 most popular destinations to travel in the world
1. London, United Kingdom
London offers a wide range of experiences to offer visitors, from bustling bars and expansive gardens to ancient buildings and a varied culinary scene. Since last year, the city has risen five positions to number one, with an average nightly cost of $207.
2. Istanbul, Turkey
Visit Istanbul to witness beautiful Byzantine cathedrals, top-tier shopping, gourmet food, and breathtaking vistas of the Bosphorus Strait. With an average nightly cost of $93, the city climbed up one position from last year’s rankings.
3. Marrakech, Morocco
Marrakech is known for its souks, which are bustling markets stocked with spices, carpets, and other exotic products. It also has beautiful gardens and gorgeous buildings. With an average nightly cost of $104, the city has dropped two positions since last year’s ranking.
4. Paris, France
Aside from architectural treasures, Paris is home to stylish boutiques, a diverse collection of art, and some of the world’s best food. With an average nightly cost of $172, Paris has risen five positions since last year’s rating.
5. Siem Reap, Cambodia
Explore magnificent canals, temples, shrines, and tombs dating back hundreds of years. Despite dropping three positions from last year’s rating, the city maintains a cheap average nightly cost of $64.
6. Prague, Czech Republic
Visitors visiting Prague may visit museums, castles, cathedrals, and cobblestone lanes dotted with cafés. Prague has dropped one position from last year’s rating and now has an average nightly cost of $94.
7. Rome, Italy
You may spend the day touring ancient sites such as the Colosseum and The Vatican, or you can dine at one of the city’s many excellent restaurants. Rome maintains its ranking from last year, with an average nightly fee of $140 for all bookable hotels.
8. Hanoi, Vietnam
Enjoy Hanoi’s lovely old quarter’s stunning temples and lively streets packed with markets, art, and delectable food after visiting its charming old quarter. While Hanoi has dropped four positions since last year’s rating, it still has a very cheap average nightly cost of $77.
9. New York, New York
“The city that never sleeps” provides visitors with late-night bars, 24-hour eateries, and a comprehensive public transit system that allows them to easily explore the city. New York City has risen two places over the previous year’s rating, with an average nightly fee of $326 for all bookable hotels.
10. Ubud, Indonesia
Before you appreciate the beautiful rice terraces and hilly landscape of Ubud, Indonesia, take in the multitude of restaurants, cafés, and unique artisan shops that populate the town. Ubud has risen five places since last year’s rating, with an average nightly fee of $134 across all bookable hotels.