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Thursday, 31 May 2018

It’s time to plan your summer vacation

Want to travel abroad but not sure where you’re headed? The Guardian has you covered with a comprehensive list of the top travel destinations of 2018. Foodies and party-goers are encouraged to visit Tbilisi, Georgia, where “the city’s contemporary culture is making its mark, earning the city a reputation as an edgy party destination.” Paris, Malta, and Greece’s many islands are also listed among the more popular choices for tourists. Still not sold on any particular city? You can also take this short, interactive quiz courtesy of the Washington Post to help you narrow down your choices.

If you’re running low on vacation days or want to squeeze more than one destination into a single trip, look no further than the New York Times’ “36 Hours” series, which provides a specific itinerary for spending 36 hours in various cities around the globe. A few options that have us ready to pack our bags: Lisbon, Portugal; Budapest, Hungary; Auckland, New Zealand; Johannesburg, South Africa; Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Sonoma County, California.

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