What are the best holiday destinations to visit this summer?

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  1. hotelbook profile image61
    hotelbookposted 13 years ago

    Hi, what is every ones recommended must visit destinations, cities worldwide to visit this summer?

    1. Jami cooper profile image57
      Jami cooperposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Costa Del Sol Spain

    2. Rismayanti profile image49
      Rismayantiposted 13 years agoin reply to this


    3. Rismayanti profile image49
      Rismayantiposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Bali, a paradise island, you can enjoy all warm weather, people, exotic view, mountain and sea etc.. cheaper price too than other in world

  2. Tenerife Islander profile image68
    Tenerife Islanderposted 13 years ago

    Naturally I am going to recommend Tenerife!

  3. sagbee profile image58
    sagbeeposted 13 years ago

    Best holiday destination for me would be New york! I love this place..

  4. lilian_sg profile image64
    lilian_sgposted 13 years ago

    Singapore for the Youth Olympics if you are interested in sports!

    Malaysia's islands before the monsoon season starts ..

  5. Special one profile image60
    Special oneposted 13 years ago

    For me I think the frenzy associated with warmer european regions like Spain,Portugal etc is fading out fast, as such places is now turning out our second home with no really genuine adventures any more.I'll chose Iceland as a stop,I find they are naturally happy people.

  6. Greg Cremia profile image61
    Greg Cremiaposted 13 years ago

    The Outer Banks of North Carolina

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    Magical Safarisposted 13 years ago

    Kenya maybe?

  8. goldenpath profile image66
    goldenpathposted 13 years ago

    Nauvoo, Illinois, it's very rich in history.  Perhaps even Adam-Ondi-Ahman, another pivotal place in history.

  9. Trish_M profile image77
    Trish_Mposted 13 years ago

    I go to France and Spain every year and always find something new.

  10. Someone123 profile image61
    Someone123posted 13 years ago

    Fiji. The people there are really welcoming...and their beaches. Whats there to complain about?

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    mercataworldposted 13 years ago

    Bol - The absolute champion of the Croatian tourism in 2009...

    1. kisha47821 profile image59
      kisha47821posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Boracay, Philippines - a true paradise

  12. habee profile image93
    habeeposted 13 years ago

    The Redneck Riviera, on Florida's panhandle - white beaches, clear water, and laid-back atmosphere! I have some pics posted on a couple of my hubs.

  13. Muktu profile image60
    Muktuposted 13 years ago

    Vancouver, BC. You won't be dissapointed. Plus there's less chance of getting your kidney stolen like some of the other places mentioned.

  14. Kerkedijk profile image60
    Kerkedijkposted 13 years ago

    I am Irish living in Germany and I usually go on a sun holiday to the Canary Islands where one is almost guaranteed the sun every day. I do this once a year for my sun needs. However, if I could have sunshine in my own country, I would holiday there all the time. Ireland is a beautiful destination but you are likely to have sun, rain, wind, snow and hail all in the one day, every day! If you are not fussy about the weather, West Cork, Kerry and basically all of our island is just beautiful. We are in a recession at the moment so prices are lower than in the Celtic Tiger days when a coffee would cost you 6 euro in Dublin. Today you will pay 2.95 for a good cappucino in the heart of the capital. We have great museums, entrance fees zero and there's lots to do in the capital. If you are more interested in scenery, we are an island so you can go to any coastal area and you will find the most wonderful beaches to walk on, lots of green fields, woodlands and beauty spots adorn the country. You could sign up for a few weeks in a Gaeltach where you can learn the Irish language and spend your time doing Irish dancing and singing along in the pubs at the local sessions. Ireland is a fun place, nice people and good craic agus ceoil. It will be a holiday to remember.

  15. susanlang profile image60
    susanlangposted 13 years ago

    Madrid Spain is my pick. A close friend spent the summer there last year and now wants to move to spain for good!

    Like the best tapas bars, Madrid offers a selection of delights so tempting it reduces even the most seasoned traveler to giddiness. On one glorious stretch of boulevard, it houses three of the world’s greatest art museums. It boasts Western Europe’s largest Royal Palace and its most audacious gay pride parade. Get lost in the 16th-century cobblestoned streets around Plaza Mayor, the über-trendy boutiques of Chueca, the upscale chic of Salamanca, and the medieval elegance of La Latina. Dine on cutting-edge cuisine in a world-famous culinary temple or join locals in a gritty corner bar where the simple tapas come in huge portions and everyone throws their napkins on the floor. Begin a night out at 10 p.m. with a heart-stirring flamenco performance and finish at 6 a.m. with pulse-racing techno. Madrid is a city that locals proudly claim never sleeps. Except, that is, during siesta. Do like they do and take a nap—it is key to truly living la vida madrileña.


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