When it comes to traveling, choosing where to go always seems to be the biggest obstacle. There's a whole big world out there — where does one begin?
Travel bugs know that you should start with the New York Times' annual list of the most interesting places to visit — paper just revealed their picks for It's a beautiful feature, with intoxicating videos of faraway places, and lots of details about the best sites, food, and cities you'll see on the road this year.
We highly recommend you indulge in over your morning coffee this weekend, but for now, take a sneak peek at their top five picks for the year.
The Mexican capital offers up some of the world's most exquisite food, museums and design. Plus, the Mexican peso is currently lows against the dollar, so the city is looking like an even more intriguing travel spot for Americans.
Renowned as one of the greatest wine regions in the world, Bordeaux is currently being revitalized. Many public waterside attractions will appear next year, adding even more rustic charm to the neoclassical city.
Year-round sunny weather, anyone? Malta is one of the Mediterranean's undiscovered spots (for the time being), and has a plethora of tranquil beaches, great spots for diving and a newly restored open-air opera house.
A quiet little corner of the U.S Virgin Islands, Coral Bay is home to friendly beaches — but there are plans to build an outlet mall and a megamarina soon. So you might want to visit before it gets too crowded.
Named after one of our most outdoorsy presidents, there's much to see in this park — from bison, to expansive grasslands, to sweeping sunsets.