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Unique Places to Celebrate Holidays in Style

The holidays shouldn’t be spent at home. They are the perfect opportunity to break away from the daily cycle. Now that you’ve worked hard and you’ve saved some money, it’s time to go somewhere you’ve never been to before. The world is full of wonders that you can spend your whole lifetime unlocking. This list is for you if you’re looking for a unique destination. It’s for those who have been to many countries and want to try something new too. 

Here’s our pick of unique places to celebrate your holidays. 

Maldives

The Maldives is the perfect destination if you’re all about the ocean. It has a paradise view of the Indian Ocean. It’s very romantic if you want to bring along your significant other. You will both be treated like royalty, and you will find seclusion whenever you want. Nothing is like its beautiful azure sea or the white smooth sand. The Maldives might become uninhabitable within years due to climate change. That’s because the sea levels might rise significantly. So, do yourself a favor and visit it before it’s gone. 

Cairo, Egypt

Egypt is an acquired taste, but it has everything you need to have a good time. First of all, it’s very cheap due to the high exchange rate. You can easily find luxurious accommodation at a low price. According to the info on getyourstay.com, there are many ways you can get accommodation deals at various destinations. Before you book your hotel, compare different prices to pay less. Cairo has a lot of culture and history to behold, and you won’t want to miss out on seeing the Great Pyramids of Giza. 

Iceland

We dare you to go to Iceland and not be blown away by its beauty. It’s a place out of this world. If you go in summer, you will witness the midnight sun. That’s an event where the sun doesn’t set until midnight, and it creates a breathtaking sunset. We can’t mention Iceland without mentioning the northern lights or Aurora Borealis. Iceland is the best place to see it since it lays on the top of the world. If there’s a good reason to visit Iceland in winter, it would be the northern lights since they’re visible from September to mid-April. 

Siem Reap, Cambodia 

If you love getting in touch with historical and ancient religions, you will love visiting the temples in Siem Reap. it has the biggest religious structure in the world, which is Angkor Wat. That temple was built 1000 years ago. Cambodia is known for its very nice and friendly people, so you won’t have trouble getting along during your stay. The weather is hot all year long, even in the rainy season. People who love the summer will enjoy it there. Like Cairo, Cambodia is cheap to westerners. You will get great value for much less money.

Gimmelwald, Switzerland

Fans of Rick Steves already know this one. Other people might not be familiar because of its remote location. Once you go up the hill, no vehicles are allowed. Instead, you will find a place of utter beauty. It’s not as fancy as other destinations, but if you like the quiet life, it’s just all you need. You will find pretty houses made of timber and filled with flowers. It will seem like a dream. You can go hiking in Gimmelwald, and you can visit some of its farms. If you’re less of a city and more of a town person, Gimmelwalrd is for you. 

Asmara, Eritrea

Asmara is the capital of Eritrea. In case you don’t know it, Eritrea is a country in North Africa. It’s not an Arab country, as it has its own culture and traditions. It has been likened to cities in South Italy. That makes sense since it was colonized by Italy from 1890 to 1941. The Italians left behind some great architecture. People from Asmara might rightfully dislike that the Italians colonized them, but they can’t deny that they left a cultural heritage. One of the places to visit in Asmara is the Italian Catholic Romanesque Church. Overall, the people there are nice, but not annoyingly, and the city is safe and peaceful. 

We’ve brought you places from all over the world to celebrate in style. We recommend you immerse yourself in the culture of the city you visit. And we recommend you talk to the people about their traditions and habits as well. Connecting with people from other cultures is a great way to remember that we’re all similar in our differences. And You will gain a lot of knowledge besides having a good time.

 

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