19 best places to travel for the summer of 2019

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19 best places to travel for the summer of 2019

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia: This surreal landscape is the result of leftover salt from ancient lakes. A new lodge, Kachi Lodge, debuted in this remote area in May.

Las Vegas: One of Vegas' newest resorts, Park MGM combines the best of dining, entertainment, lodging and gaming.
Nova Scotia: Often overlooked for popular provinces such as British Columbia, Nova Scotia offers rugged Canadian landscapes with fewer visitors.
London: The arrival of the Royal Baby, plus Wimbledon and an array of exhibitions and new lodgings makes this summer a great time to check out London.
Grand Canyon: This Arizona wonder is celebrating its 100th anniversary as a national park in 2019.
Apollo 11 anniversary celebrations: Johnson Space Center in Houston showcases the NASA Mission Control Center used for the Apollo 11 mission in 1969.
Tasmania: Road tripping is one of the best ways to experience this Australian island, and while the route, known as the Lap of Tasmania, isn't new, it now has a dedicated online presence.
New York: Hudson Yards is a luxurious new mixed-use compound with upscale retailers, restaurants and office space along the city's High Line.
French Polynesia: Budget airline French bee recently launched a new route from San Francisco to Papeete, Tahiti, opening up French Polynesia to more than honeymooners.
Anchorage, Alaska: Turnagain Arm outside of Anchorage is a draw for hardy surfers. United Airlines will begin flying a direct seasonal route from Newark to Anchorage this summer.
Singapore: Singapore's Changi Airport recently added the Jewel, $1.25 billion mixed-used space featuring an indoor waterfall, gardens, walking paths and more.
Seattle: Completed last summer, the newly renovated Space Needle now features floor-to-ceiling angled glass windows encircling the top of the bi-level observation deck.
France: The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial at Omaha Beach in Colleville-sur-Mer, France, will be one of a number of sites commemorating D-Day's 75th anniversary in France.
Churchill, Manitoba: Whale watching and polar bear viewing swell the number of people in Churchill each summer.
Rwanda: Akagera National Park in Rwanda draws visitors looking for Africa's phenomenal wildlife. The brand-new Magashi Camp serves as a high-end base of operations.
Washington, DC: The new, much-expanded International Spy Museum opened in Washington on May 12. The city is full of excellent museums, including the free-entry Smithsonian Institution properties.
Switzerland: The Fête des Vignerons, a major wine festival, is held once every 20 years in Vevey, Switzerland.
Kenya: Newly renovated and rebuilt camps in Masai Mara mean more choices than ever for Kenya safari goers.
Norway: Norway's third-largest city, Trondheim is known for its local food scene, Nidaros Cathedral and the Nidelva River that cuts through the storybook setting. The revamped Britannia Hotel offers a great spot to stay.

Source: edition.cnn.com  

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