Last Updated on January 7, 2021
Oslo has opened this year a waterfront promenade and transformed its Sorenga Bridge into a pedestrian park. This can be a great opportunity for you to visit the place and the city as well. Consider driving in Norway remote roads and enjoy the scenic view of country’s architectural wonders.
A little bit more expensive than Bergen, booking your ticket to Norway will cost you about $837, which is 9 percent lower than the previous year. Unlike Bergen, if you plan to visit Norway then make sure to book your ticket for the next April.
#7 – Barcelona
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The best time to carry your suitcase and head to Barcelona is in March. So, get ready! The ticket is 10 percent down, which makes it $866. Why Barcelona? I don’t really know where to start. Everything you need to see, discover or taste can be found in Barcelona.
The doses of vitamin D, the music, the food, the people, nature, and the culture, just everything will lead you to the same result. You will very simply fall in love with it.
Barcelona can be a bit pricey than other places, this doesn’t mean that you won’t enjoy your experience there to the fullest. You can be smart and try to be careful about what you should and shouldn’t spend your money on.
Barcelona’s amazing architecture will take you back in time as you are closely examining the beauty of various Gaudí exteriors, such as Passeig de Gràcia and Casa Milà. You don’t need to worry, as those places are free to be visited.
#6 – Melbourne, Australia
Welcome to Melbourne in Australia where you can experience the diverse dining and the exciting art options. There are many restaurants where you can enjoy your order, such as Atlas Dining.
The latter is known for its rich and variant menu. The restaurant gives a great importance to this matter and changes its menu three times a year. The food that the restaurant offers perfectly embodies Melbourne’s multicultural dining landscapes.