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best places to go after covid-19
The Covid-19 pandemic will hopefully be over soon and that means people will finally be able to travel again. After all, traveling is one of the few things you can spend money on that will actually make you richer and more fulfilled. Therefore, here are some of the best places you could visit after the pandemic is finally over.
New York City
The best place to kick off this list, for sure. New York is the city that never sleeps, and once you visit it, you’ll know why. There’s no place like New York. It’s gentle and brutal at the same time, so if you want to experience something truly extraordinary, then make sure to add New York to your to-visit list. Brooklyn Bridge, Meatpacking District, Upper East Side, and Greenwich Village are only some of the places worth visiting, however, if you go there, chances are you’ll find your own places that will mean a lot to you.
The Himalayas, Nepal
If you’re a little spiritual, then you absolutely must visit Nepal. This hidden gem of a country has so much to offer: stunning nature, hospitable people, and of course, the experience of climbing the Himalayas. Even if you’re not a seasoned climber, you’ll still enjoy Nepal. There’s something unique about this remote country that will appeal to both travelistas and casual travelers.
Paris is the city of romance, fashion, intellectualism, and ethereal elegance, so if you appreciate French culture, then make sure to go there at least once in your life. There are so many places to visit there: the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre museum, and of course, Champs-Élysées, which are only some of the locations that any self-respecting tourist should see. However, if you’re going there for the first time, make sure to read a Paris travel guide blog that will provide you with enough information, so you’ll know what to expect. Visiting France, and Paris is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you’ll never regret, especially after the pandemic.
Poland is a country with a rich and sometimes painful history that has so many things to offer. Warsaw is probably one of the most beautiful cities in the Baltic region, which is why it deserves your attention, mainly due to its culture and a historical Old Town that’s also a UNESCO’s World Heritage site. During the pandemic, Poland was less affected than some major European countries, so if you want to treat yourself to a trip after this is all over, then feel free to visit Warsaw and other amazing Polish cities.
Malta is a tiny island that has rich culture and history, and its main industry is tourism, of course. This isn’t a surprise, considering that Malta has some of the most beautiful beaches, so if you're a fan of sun-soaked activities, then visiting this island country will definitely be up your alley. Hotels are expected to reopen this summer, however, make sure to follow the local guidelines if you decide to visit.
These places are popular among tourists, so if you feel like traveling, then feel free to visit at least one of them this year. You’ll definitely enjoy their rich culture and amazing sites, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic is gone.