This is a VERY short list, and it definitely does not include all of the lovely locations I wish to revisit. I just wanted a brief, fun list to give you guys today. In no specific order, here are the top 4 places I would revisit in a heart-beat. I hope you enjoy!
Florence is an extremely underestimated city. It’s often overlooked when travelers make plans to hit up the many gems of Italy. I first journeyed to this quaint city a few years ago and was immediately blown away by the amount of culture and history that floods the area. From the amazing architecture of The Duomo to the infamous statue of David, this city will make you fall in love. Not to mention the classic Italian pizza and gelato on every corner!
Nova Scotia, Canada
When I think of Canada I think of cold. However, the warm days of July and August are some of the best times to travel here. Nova Scotia has an incredibly beautiful natural landscape. During the summer months, everything is a bright shade of green, and the sky and ocean is as blue as can be. Hiking, sailing, sight-seeing and swimming are just a few of the many wonderful activities of this area. And let me tell you from first hand experience: Don’t skip a sample of the local pure maple syrup and homemade fudge!
New York City, USA
The city that never sleeps. With its towering skyscrapers, miles of subway and greasy pizza, New York is truly one-of-a-kind. The Big Apple is one of the most popular and definitely one of the most favored travel destinations in the U.S. Much of my family live in the Northeastern states, and my dad is a die-hard Yankees and Giants fan. Therefore, I’ve been to NYC many times in my life, and each visit just increases my love for this city.
Of course, Paris also gets a spot on a list like this. Whether you’re a fan of the cliché Eiffel Tower pictures and the over-priced tourist food, you’ve got to admit that this city is one of the greatest. It has the perfect combination of beauty, culture, and hustle and bustle, making it a prime location for lovers, travelers and businessmen, alike.
Where would you like to revisit if you had the opportunity?