5 More Vacation Destination Recommendations For 2018

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We’ve already provided a number of vacation destination recommendations to add to your bucket list, but when it comes to traveling, you can’t really have too many spots to cross off, right?  With that in mind, here are five more destinations to add to your list.

Greenville

South Carolina

While most folks vacationing in South Carolina consider Charleston to be one of the top spots for foodies, Greenville is making a name for itself when it comes to the restaurant scene. You can find a number of food markets and restaurants specializing in a multitude of cuisines, from Italian to speakeasy-themed cocktail bars. If you’re looking for a place to stay, check out the Grand Bohemian Hotel for some high-end luxury with South Carolina charm.

Grenada

Grenada is really a hidden gem among the Caribbean. It’s a little surprising, too, as Grenada has everything most travelers to this part of the world look for—gorgeous rainforests, amazing local culture and cuisine, and uncrowded beaches. This month, the Silversands Hotel opens its doors and will offer guests 43 rooms, as well as nine villas and what is now the longest pool of any destination in the Caribbean.

Buenos Aires

Argentina

2018 is the year to visit Buenos Aires. Why?  There is a LOT going on this year. The Youth Olympic Games and G20 will take place in the city, but for art lovers, the big event is the Art Basel initiative, which will highlight the amazing local artists and put them on a global map in terms of talent. You can also find plenty of world-class cuisine throughout the city.

Walla Walla Valley

Washington

While Florida is known as “the sunshine state,” the southeastern part of Washington gets around 300 days of sunshine each year, making it a great destination for travelers who are passionate about everything from golf to cycling. You’ll also find more than 140 wineries in the area, and a brand new resort opened last month under the helm of winemaker Justin Wylie and award-winning chef Jason Wilson.

Egypt

The tourism industry in Egypt has seen some low points in recent years, thanks to economic strife and political issues, but that may change very soon. This year, the Grand Egyptian Museum will partially open, and it could bring a lot of international travelers. The museum has been under construction for more than two decades and has almost $1 billion invested. Tourists will be able to see the treasures of pharaohs, including pieces belonging to King Tut, inside of the 650,000-square-foot structure.

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