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World's 50 best destinations

If you're like most people, the more you travel, the more places you add to your bucket list. So when the editors of the website Big 7 Travel announced the list of the world's top 50 bucket list destinations, we stopped in our tracks and started checking off the boxes.

The website surveyed its 1.5 million-strong social audience in order to determine the best bucket list places around the world. According to Sarah Clayton-Lea, head of content with Big 7 Travel, this is the first time the site has assembled this list. "Bucket list travel was a trend that popped up again and again in previous surveys when asking our readers what sort of travel content they most enjoyed consuming," says Clayton-Lea. "So, our curiosity got the better of us and we wanted to know which destinations people are dreaming of for 2019/2020."

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World's 100 best Hotels

This year’s World’s Best Awards survey closed on March 2, just before widespread stay-at-home orders were implemented as a result of COVID-19. The results reflect our readers’ experiences before the pandemic, but we hope that this year’s honorees will inspire your trips to come — whenever they may be.

Travel + Leisure readers are some of the most seasoned explorers in the world, so it follows that their choices in hotels and resorts are a reflection of their breadth of knowledge and taste. In other words, this is a selective bunch. This year’s list of the top 100 hotels in the world span six continents and include everything from safari lodges in the Serengeti, and Indian palaces in Rajasthan to glittering high-rise retreats in London and Tokyo. What they all have in common is a commitment to excellent service, great locations, and amenities that stand out from the pack.

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Hotel Pool
Best romantic destinations 
Sunset

If you're like most people, the more you travel, the more places you add to your bucket list. So when the editors of the website Big 7 Travel announced the list of the world's top 50 bucket list destinations, we stopped in our tracks and started checking off the boxes.

The website surveyed its 1.5 million-strong social audience in order to determine the best bucket list places around the world. According to Sarah Clayton-Lea, head of content with Big 7 Travel, this is the first time the site has assembled this list. "Bucket list travel was a trend that popped up again and again in previous surveys when asking our readers what sort of travel content they most enjoyed consuming," says Clayton-Lea. "So, our curiosity got the better of us and we wanted to know which destinations people are dreaming of for 2019/2020."

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12 Honeymoon destinations that won't break you bank

Your honeymoon should provide some much-needed rest after months of wedding planning — but in reality, planning an expensive honeymoon after an already pricey celebration can feel a little daunting. According to WeddingWire's 2020 Wedding Report, which is based on data from over 25,000 U.S. couples who were married in 2019, couples spend roughly $28,000 on their ceremony and reception and an additional $5,000 on their honeymoon, on average. 

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Best All-Inclusive resorts according TripAdvisor

All-inclusive vacations are billed as a completely stress-free getaway, with access to a variety of cool amenities (read: free meals, snacks, drinks, daytime and nighttime activities) for one flat price. Sure, sometimes that turns out to be a higher price point, but it also means that you don’t have to keep reaching for your wallet. Also, if you get the right deal, it may actually end up saving you money.

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Mykonos, Greece
Florence, Italy

Grand Vacations Global 2020

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