“As George Bernard Shaw once said, “those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik.” With its winding streets, Game of Thrones filming locations, cliffside beach bars and UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Old Town, it’s no wonder Dubrovnik is such a popular spot. Head over to the nearby town of Cavtat for truly breath-taking scenery and to remove yourself even further from the tourist scene,” writes Big 7 Travel about Dubrovnik on their latest travel list.
The global travel site Big 7 Travel has released the official list of the 50 Best Places to visit this decade and Dubrovnik came in at a very healthy 19th position.
Following on from sample survey results of their 1.5 million social audience and contributions from their editorial team, they can reveal the places in the world that travellers should have on their radar this decade.
Spanning six continents, it's an exciting mix of emerging tourist destinations and places that might soon be changed beyond recognition.
Countries who made it into the Top 25 include Italy and Kenya, as well as Tokyo, thanks to its futuristic buildings and old-meets-new vibe. Other places in the Top 50 to add to your ‘must-visit’ list this decade include Greenland and Jordan.
TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT IN THE 2020s
19th Dubrovnik, Croatia
9th. Kapiti Island, New Zealand
8th. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
7th. Belfast, Northern Ireland
6th. Melbourne, Australia
5th. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
4th. San Jose, Costa Rica
3rd. Boston, Massachusetts, USA
2nd. Kyiv, Ukraine
1st. Guadeloupe, Caribbean