There are three types of destinations included in the top, those recommended for classic travel (attractive due to great sights and convenience), adventurous places, appealing to those with a taste for new travel experiences, and hardcore destinations, “for those who are willing to travel anywhere just for the buzz.”
The classic recommendations for 2013 include Portugal, Cuba and Canada. Malawi, Ukraine Rwanda, Armenia and Panama make up the top of adventurous hot spots for the year to come, while the hardcore picks are Mozambique and Kyrgyzstan.
The eighth places belong to Ukraine and at the same time it passed ahead of Malawi (Eastern Africa) and Canada.
“Hot on the heels of the successfully co-hosted Euro2012, Ukraine has been brought to the forefront of the tourism world. The days of visas and police bribery are a thing of the past. Today’s Ukraine provides a surreal combination of rock-till-you-drop coastal party towns to Crimean holiday resorts to cosmopolitan capitals to villages you’d swear you were still in the USSR,” Globe Spots explains their choice. Ukraine is also recommended for the travel diversity it offers. And even with more English to guide you around and an ever improving infrastructure, there are still numerous parts of the country that remain unexplored. Ukraine is a place that can be as easy or as hard as you need.
This is Globe Spots' Top 10 for 2013. Off you go, now.
At the same time Association of leaders of travel business of Ukraine are not surprised at popularity of the country. “Without exaggeration we have an incredibly travel potential: we have perfect possibilities for health improvement, ski resort, beach resort, cultural- informative resort and a lot of others”, Vice President of Association Halyna Rotova said this to edition.
According to the date of the State frontier service, tourists from Russia, Poland, Belarus, Germany, the USA, Italy, Romania, Turkey, Great Britain, Israel, Slovakia and Hungary arrive very often in Ukraine.Back to all news