We have a bit of everything. From modern urbanites enclaves to the most impressive natural landscapes. We recommend you some destinations where you could drop yourself in the coming months.
Punk with an english taste.
London gets crest, the leather jacket with safety pins and celebrates this year the 40th anniversary of the punk movement, embodied in the figure of John Lydon, alias Jonny Rotten, leader of the legendary Sex Pistols. Both local institutions such as the British Library and other cultural institutions already have an ongoing program of concerts, exhibitions and street events that will delight lovers of this cultural subversive movement.
Placed at the east of Madagascar and west of Mauritius, in the Indian Ocean, is hidden this gem shaped island where many races are mixed with landscapes and beaches of a striking beauty. Is a must to visit Trou de Fer, seven waterfalls of over 100 meters that come together in a huge sinkhole.
In August this national park celebrates its centenary. This is one of the most impressive natural reserves in the US with 340,000 square kilometers of landscapes with a stunning biodiversity. Is a world reference as far as management of protected areas are concerned, so it is much more than the home of the famous Yogi Bear.
Bordeaux and its wine.
In June it will be inaugurated in the city La Cité du Vin, a modern interactive museum dedicated to the world of wine and placed in an environment of great architectural value. The tourist capital of southwest France (Unesco World Heritage since 2007) adds another charm to its very well known tourist attractions.
Kotor, the secret corner of the Mediterranean.
It is a walled port on the Adriatic indicated by Lonely Planet as the best city to travel in 2016. So hurry up before the cruises infests its waters and enjoy the chance to meet and photograph peacefully one of the most beautiful bays in Europe.
The train Hokkaido Shinkansen is already open to the public and working full capacity. The new bullet train, a marvel of technology that connects Tokyo and Hakodate, the gateway to the northern island of Hokkaido and one of the wildest and most remote places in Japan.