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Maybe you're about to plan your trip or browse from an armchair. Perhaps, slap, bang, thank you ma'am, you're seeking classics like London, Paris, New York. Or maybe, like, me you're in love with all things UNESCO?
Whichever it is, great news, you've landed on the destinations tab and are well on your way to exploring the world!
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And right here is the way to take a deep breath and leap and shriek and delve into the deep (wait, I said deep twice there, that doesn't work.)
OK, so let's go down the more traditional route with a handy table. Voila!
We've over 40 countries featured on this site but sometimes you want to plunge right into a region. We get it.
So, to explore Oman, Jordan, Sharjah and more, head over to the Middle East.
This page talks about some of the best places to visit in Africa and heads beyond the Big Five.
Of course, how could we forget the best of the USA and the hat on top, Canada!
For a spot of year round sunshine, try the Caribbean or the Middle East.
Embrace the cold and the sight of the sun by travelling to the Arctic Circle to stay in an ice hotel or hitting the European and North American ski slopes.
May is a wonderful time to start visiting Southern Europe before the skies become too hot or everyone leaves for the August shutdown.
Zanzibar and New York City are just two extremes open for travel at this time of the year. And literature lovers should make their way to Dublin for Bloomsday.
July marks the month for Canada, with the first of the month marking Canada Day. It's a summer of festivals and the great outdoors.
August marks your best shot at Britain as the rugged Pembrokeshire coastline warms up and the Royal Parks of London spill with summery good cheer.
Surprise beach spots in Europe, like Scheveningen in The Hague, also make sense.
September's a dream month for much of Europe, as the crowds melt, the kids go back to school but the days are still long, the air fresh. Much of China and Japan is readily accessible and the oppressive levels of heat in the Middle East begin to wilt down to more bearable levels.
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