Travel Destinations 2013

Every new year arrives with its constellation of events and news, but what has the 2013 for travellers from all over the world?

A reply has tried to give it to the New York Times, with a detailed list of 46 towns this year will host something memorable, that they operated huge changes, or who simply have been rediscovered and brought to light a new irresistible charm.

Could not miss the Brazil with Rio de Janeiro. The South American nation is putting a shine to host the football World Cup in 2014 and the 2016 Olympic Games. Massive police operations are trying to regain control on suburbs in the hands of drug cartels, with outcomes is often not clearly evaluated in terms of the lives of their inhabitants, and the mecca of Carnival is open to a more sophisticated tourism with the opening of the Cidade des Artes, new home of the Brazilian Symphony orchestra, and an exhibition of Colombian artists that will begin on 23 March at home Daros.

Scrolling down the list of the New York newspaper arrive in Amsterdam, whose museums Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum – two of the major Executive boxes to the art of the entire city – remained closed for about a decade because of restoration work. The city is famous worldwide for its coffee shop has always been a lively artistic and cultural centre, and now there is one more reason to appreciate fully the richness that comes from. As long as you remain lucid.

We thus also in Istanbul, who recently has been included in Eurail rail itinearario. Buy a pass for the 2013 and travel to Turkey could give the possibility to many to participate in one of the many cultural events that will star the city and visiting the Museum of innocence of the nobel prize for literature in 2006 Orhan Pamuk. Opened last year, the Museum is based on the novel of the same name by Pamuk, a novel describing life in Istanbul between the 1950s and the 2000.

There is also space for Italy on the list, in particular to Vernazza, Cinque Terre pretty village which was taken over by floods of 2011 and now rediscovers his fascination with renewed vivacity. And am glad to know that the restoration of the country is based on respect for the environment and nature, something that recalled the commitment of the British architect Richard Rogers, winner of the 2007 Pritzker Architecture Prize.

Inputs will be reading the list is also in South Africa. Constantia, a town near Cape Town nestled on the slope of Table Mountain, boasts 10 different farms dedicated to the production of wine, some of which were founded in the 17th century. Now new structures have been added to accommodate visitors intent to participate in the famous wine tour to sample local ENOGASTRONOMIC tours products: luxury restaurants, fine hotels and holiday cottages to suit the palate of visitors both hungry and thirsty.

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