Montenegro is perhaps a place people aren’t too familiar with yet. But that is changing quickly. The fact that there are a couple of UNESCO World Heritage towns, beautiful empty beaches, a growing wine culture and food to die for, makes it a must-visit destination. Whether you want to relax, shop or socialize, Montenegro is calling your name!
Ljubljana is Slovenia’s capital and largest city. It is known to be a young and lively city with picturesque views. One of things you have to do if you can, is sail the Ljubljanica River on a traditional wooden boat to take in the city from another angle.
We love Poland and were intrigued when Natalie Beauregard from AFAR, mentioned Poland as one of her a go-to destinations in 2019. We couldn’t agree more. In the article on Forbes, Beauregard says one of the great things about Poland at the moment is its “youthful energy”, and arts and culture scene.
Krabi in Thailand is apparently another go-to place this year. Talk about a location from where you can walk away rested and revived! Even with all its press attention the last couple of years, it still seems to be flying under the radar – at least in comparison to Bangkok and Phuket.
According to avid traveler, Tania L Swasbrook, who specialises in ultra luxury travel with a particular passion for wellness, romance and adventure, Alicante in the Valencia region of southeastern Spain should also be on our radars. She describes this place as a “beautiful and picturesque destination set on the hills of the Mediterranean Sea between the bay of Altea and the natural park of Sierra Helada. There are stunning views, plus the weather is amazing year round.”