Everyone has various travel experiences, and everyone has different opinions about which countries and people are the most welcome and friendly. We’ve prepared a list of the world’s most familiar places to visit, and there are a few surprises on the list.
‘Nothing compares to Australia.’ This tourist tagline certainly delivers on its promises. Tourism in Australia generates $95.9 million per day for the Australian economy. Beautiful Australian beaches will make you desire to retire to a beachside retreat. The coastal cities of Sydney and Melbourne and regional Queensland, the Gold Coast, and the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest reef, are popular Australian attractions. Australian wildlife is also a popular tourist attraction. Australia makes you reconsider your decision to leave.
Its high ranking is due to its unique cultural resources, business travel, and well-developed tourist service infrastructure. The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, the Cologne Cathedral, the Black Forest in southwestern Germany, the landmark Neuschwanstein Castle, and the Rhine Valley are popular tourist destinations. After all, it is one of the world’s most productive countries.
Japan, the world’s technological leader, is a highly disciplined country. When you’re in Japan, you’ll feel as if you’re a king or queen. Such is their demeanor. They demonstrate respect and manners, which is a quality that everyone should emulate. Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto are two of Japan’s 16 World Heritage Sites. Kyoto attracts nearly 30 million visitors each year.
India, a country known worldwide for its vivid and colorful culture, is undoubtedly the most diverse and beautiful country on the planet, with over 1000 years of history and stories to tell. There are numerous festivals observed in India, demonstrating the country’s cultural variety. From mountaineering and skiing in the snow-capped Himalayan region of North India to snorkeling and scuba diving in the Southern and Island parts of the country to explore West India’s deserts and dunes and East India’s mangroves and river islands, India has an endless list of things to see and do in one trip.
Indonesia’s 17,000 tropical islands are home to everything from rumbling volcanoes to orangutan-filled rainforests and are surrounded by the world’s top dive locations. Meanwhile, the individuals who dwell here come from about 300 different ethnic groups and speak hundreds of other languages. Locals are outgoing and used to meeting new people, so don’t be startled if a stranger approaches you and introduces themselves.
Nepal is a South Asian country that China and India flank. It is located in the Himalayas and contains eight of the world’s ten tallest peaks, making it one of Asia’s most popular and friendliest countries to visit. A federal democratic republic governs the country. Nepal has a traditional economic system where the bulk of the population works in subsistence agriculture and where ready resources are distributed via ancient techniques.
Everyone seems to be traveling to Portugal these days, from old cities and rich culture to the Harry Potter bookshop and, of course, incredible wine. Not to mention the Azores, a nine-island autonomous province of Portugal in the mid-Atlantic. It is frequently referred to as Europe’s Hawaii. Since 2011, tourism has been steadily increasing in the country, resulting in hundreds of new hotels and thousands of renovated residences for tourists. Portugal is the world’s most popular holiday destination.
A country that only receives 3-4 hours of sunlight during the winter months may be forgiven for being cranky about life. However, Iceland’s beautiful volcanic scenery, huge waterfalls, and unlimited clean geothermal power may have worked their spell on the happy people. Don’t be shocked if friendly Icelanders offer you free food, drinks, and hiking advice; it’s all part of the culture here.