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If you want to go abroad this summer, you should check out this list.
Priceline has just released its worldwide travel destinations, and they may inspire you to book your next bucket list trip.
Places like all-time favorites like Cancún, Mexico, and Paris, France, made it down the list for good reason, but some lesser-known destinations may entice you.
Visiting this area during the summer season offers travelers the best experiences, such as hanging out on the Caribbean beach or sipping a glass of wine at one of the best street restaurants.
But why listen to Priceline?
Priceline is the world leader in finding the best deals on flights, hotels, cruises, and car rentals, so you’ll know a thing or two about popular places to visit.
We don’t know about you, but Priceline makes us think they’re on to something, and we can’t resist booking a ticket to any of these destinations.
Here are the seven most popular destinations around the world this summer according to Priceline
Cancún, Mexico, is one of North America’s favorite destinations. Since 1974 the city has developed itself from a small fishing village to one of the leading contenders for tropical vacations.
The warm weather throughout the year makes this place attractive for travelers. The lake has very clear water which is warm in summer.
If you’re feeling homesick because of the heat, why not spend a few days in a tropical paradise where you can take a dip in the Caribbean waters whenever you feel tired?
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Since the United Kingdom has a dark winter, visiting in the summer is one of the few trips where you can enjoy sightseeing without the rain or cold.
Summer here allows you to do things like hang out in Battersea and Hyde Park. You can also walk around areas like Soho, grab a coffee and window shop.
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico, is an art deco wonderland. This city is the capital of Mexico, and is well known for its cuisine.
Here you can have a good meal that tastes amazing or try street food that can sometimes taste amazing.
Neighborhoods like Condesa are great for dog walking if you enjoy walking with pets. Hotels like the Andaz Mexico City Condesa are great because they have a dog-friendly rooftop bar where you can enjoy a drink while your dog roams around.
Like London, Paris is a great city to visit in the summer. The romantic city comes alive in summer; even though it’s hot, you can feel the energy of the place.
Check out outdoor markets like the Marché aux Puces or take an evening stroll along the Seine. Whatever you choose to do, summer is a great time.
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
This place is an amazing all-inclusive place. You can find almost any type of hotel here, and most of them face the Atlantic Ocean.
The place also has access to Saona Island, which feels like heaven. The natural pools here are spectacular, and one popular activity is to dock your boat and have a few drinks floating in the water.
Los Cabos, Mexico
Like Cancún, Los Cabos offers beautiful coastal views but this time, on the Pacific Ocean side.
The destination also has magical towns like Todos Santos that feel like a short trip away. If you’re going to Mexico this summer, check out Los Cabos.
You will see another side of the world.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo is the capital of the Dominican Republic, and is home to some of the country’s most important cultural sites.
Walking around the city makes you feel like you are in another world. The streets are lined with colorful colonial buildings, many decorated with flowers.
The scene here is crazy, and if you have a chance, check out La Zona Colonial. It’s quickly becoming an LGBTQ+ destination.
Priceline is right on the money about these seven places, and if you’re thinking of traveling this summer, check one out. You may have the best vacation of your life.
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