The editors of Condé Nast Traveler magazine in the U.S. have compiled a list of the “Best Places to go in the world 2024,” including 24 destinations that have recently added new attractions to make them even more appealing to foreigners. The first one on the list is Budapest, writes Turizmus.com.
Budapest is the first place that catches our eye when we open the list of the prestigious American travel magazine. The editors advise travelers to discover the 150-year-old city from a new perspective.
Among the highlights are the renovated Chain Bridge, the House of Music Hungary, and the National Athletics Center.
The Chain Bridge. Photo via Pixabay
The National Athletics Center. Photo via Facebook/Nemzeti Atlétikai Központ
The House of Music Hungary. Photo via Facebook/Magyar Zene Háza
Among the hotels, they highlight the W Budapest, which opened in July, and Budapest’s newest luxury hotel, the Dorothea Hotel, which is due to open in the second half of November.
The W Budapest Hotel. Photo via Facebook/W Hotel
Also making the list are Kosovo, the Red Sea region in Saudi Arabia, and Chile’s San Pedro de Atacama thanks to its new national park. Ecuador’s capital, Quito, has also been added to the catalogue of recommended destinations, with more restaurants opening in the city during the year and a new metro system opening at the end of the year.
The top destinations for 2024:
- Cyclades, Greece
- Yorkshire, United Kingdom
- South and Central Sri Lanka
- Red Sea, Saudi Arabia
- French Polynesia
- Accra, Ghana
- Kimberley, Australia
- Kobe, Japan
- Okavango Delta, Botswana
- Magdalena River, Colombia
- Northern Rivers, Australia
- Quebec, Canada
- Quito, Ecuador
- San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
- Santa Fe, USA
- South Island, New Zealand
- Upstate New York, USA
Fact In March
, the popular American magazine, Time
, also included Budapest in its list called World’s Greatest Places 2023, a compilation highlighting 50 tourist destinations. The magazine also drew attention to Budapest’s many revamped attractions (the Opera House, parts of Buda Castle) and the new elegant hotels opened recently (W Budapest
opened in July directly opposite the Opera House, the historic Klotild Palace transformed into the St. Regis Hotel Budapest
, and the Dorothea Hotel, part of the Marriott Autograph Collection, will soon debut on Vörösmarty Square.)
Via turizmus.com, Featured image via Pixabay