Travel doesn’t have stop with your summer holiday, not when there are so many places to see that are stunning all year round. Whether you are looking for a break around the holidays or a getaway in spring, these are our favourite 40 locations to visit anytime. 


Lyon, France

This product was recommended by Nicole Caba from Avvinue

“Lyon, France is a magical city with a blend of history and urbanization. We had never heard of Lyon until my partner and I were accepted into a startup program in Lyon, where we decided to pack our bags and move. The city is small enough to walk around with ease, clean and safe public transport (bus, metro, electric scooters, bikes, etc.) that make it even easier to get around. It’s truly a beautiful place where you can easily access Paris, Geneva or Nice to get varied terrain and experiences.”


Tropical North Queensland, Australia

This product was recommended by Kerrie & Woody from Just Go Travelling

Tropical North Queensland in Australia has beautiful weather all year round.. It is pretty much divided into 2 seasons, the dry season and the wet season. The dry season will have bright sunny days with a lovely breeze for you to enjoy the array of beaches and magnificent nature and landscape Tropical North Queensland has to offer. The wet season will be more humid and more chance of rain but will still have bright summer days. Tropical North Queensland has much to offer including Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest; the oldest continuously surviving rainforest in the world. Tropical North Queensland offers Caribbean vibes as it’s filled with lush greenery and palms trees swaying in the wind on the beaches.


Cambodia

This product was recommended by Harry Anapliotis from Rental Center Crete

A lot of people like to travel depending on the weather or the activities to do, but doing this restricts you to a few months in the summer. By visiting a place for the experience and the culture, you can view an important aspect of the world at any time of year. Taking a walk through the jungles and visiting the temple ruins is a surreal experience that is really like no other. It’s something you really have to see in person to take in the full majesty. Even if you travel with people and these beautiful vistas are not their style, there are still some beaches to enjoy. The temperature is quite high all year round and is dry for most of the seasons.


Bordeaux, France

This product was recommended by Polina Sp from Atlas Bordeaux

There is always wine to taste in Bordeaux. Bordeaux wineries are open all year around. Plus, the city of Bordeaux is an 18th century masterpiece listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Winter months are less touristy and you get to see more of the real life. There are great restaurants and wine bars to tuck into when the sun isn’t shining. Great surfing only about an hour of Bordeaux.


Arequipa, Peru

This product was recommended by Allan Borch from DotcomDollar

Arequipa is a must-visit for travelers who want to get up close and personal with Peruvian culture and cuisine. Visit the famous “White City”, so named for its gleaming structures made from sillar, a volcanic rock. This historic part of the city center earned Arequipa the UNESCO World Heritage status in 2000. Stay at the Cirqa, originally built in 1540, the year Arequipa was founded, as an inn for guests of the Church of San Agustín next door. Dig into the sumptuous local fare at the La Nueva Palomino, where a female-led staff cooks hearty stews from heirloom recipes. Best paired with a tall glass of chicha, an Andean beer made from corn.


Asheville, North Carolina

This product was recommended by Daniel Carter from Zippy Electrics

Asheville has that big-city cultural cred, but with a small-town feel. It’s home to artists and musicians as well as food and drink entrepreneurs who were making microbrews and serving farm-to-table meals long before such things were in fashion. Make sure to drop by The Asheville Art Museum which reopened in November with 70 percent more gallery space, including a new wing and rooftop sculpture garden. Hankering for a pint? Check out Dssolvr, a taproom that goes beyond beer with experiments in cider, mead, and wine.


Big Sky, Montana

This product was recommended by Stiles Bennet from WIMCO Villas

Big Sky, Montana is an ideal place to travel year round. Whatever the season there are lot of fun family friendly activities in the area that are appropriate for all ages, and do not involve being in close contact with others. From Spring to Autumn, popular activities include fly fishing on one of the many local streams and rivers (with or without a guide), bike riding, kayaking or taking a white water rafting trip with just the family and one guide on the Gallatin River. There are also some exciting day trips a family can do from here such as driving up to the remote Glacier National Park , or driving into nearby Wyoming to visit Yellowstone National Park. Big Sky has several scenic chair lifts that operate year-round, plus the Lone Peak Tram, which takes you all the way up to Big Sky’s highest point, the 11,166-foot summit of Lone Peak. There are 360-degree views and on a clear day, you can see Wyoming’s Grand Tetons, plus countless other ranges. In the winter months Big Sky is a popular destination for downhill skiing, boarding, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and other outdoor activities. Defined by wide open bowls, panoramic views, and no lift lines, Big Sky Resort provides a feeling of total escape With more than 5,800 skiable acres and terrain for every ability, Big Sky is an ideal retreat for skiers and boarders of all levels. At any time of year the college town of Bozeman is only a 40 minute drive away. This pedestrian friendly town of 49,000 features a fun foodie culture, great window shopping, and the youthfull energy that a college brings to any metro area (Bozeman is home to the state’s largest university, Montana State University with 16,000 students and 700 teachers)


Cusco Peru

This product was recommended by Kevin Groh from Cachi Life

I highly recommend Cusco Peru as one of the best places in the world to travel year-round. The temperature is very moderate range from a high of approximately 70-80 degrees F year-round. Additionally, even during the wet season of December through February the rain is very short-lived and only lasts at most 20 minutes at a time per day with the rest of the day tends to be sunny. There are many activities to do including hiking, seeing Machu Picchu, whitewater rafting, zip-lining, Additionally, Peru is voted as the best culinary destination in the world’s best culinary destination for eight years in a row by the World Travel Awards. These combinations make Cusco and Peru arguably the best place to travel in the world year-round.


Wanaka, New Zealand

This product was recommended by Muhammad Mateen Khan from PureVPN

Wanaka is a picturesque town on New Zealand’s South Island, and it’s the perfect place for outdoor adventure. The town’s mountain and lakeside setting, as well as its proximity to Mt. Aspiring National Park, make it the ultimate base for outdoor activities like hiking, bicycling, rock climbing, and skydiving. Remember, January means warm weather in this part of the world. Back in town, you can take in the magnificent scenery from viewpoints, and while away the hours at quirky places like Puzzling World and the National Transport and Toy Museum.


Dominican Republic

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

This island boasts a rich collection of museums, historic sites, traditional food, and music coupled with white sand beaches, mountain ranges, and national parks draw tourists to the Dominican Republic year-round. There are so many outdoor activities for everyone to enjoy – zip-lining, hiking, buggy riding, horseback riding to just name a few. You’re sure to fall in love with this beautiful country for sure. The Dominican Republic reopened on July 1st.


Jamaica

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

Jamaica – hospitality, beautiful beaches, splashing waterfalls,music, food have made this the Caribbean’s most popular destinations. You can enjoy a wide variety of resorts throughout Jamaica Including all-inclusive resorts in Montego Bay, Falmouth, and Ocho Rios. Jamaica reopened on June 15th


Mexico

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

Whether it’s a family vacay in Cancun or a romantic island retreat in Cabo, with some of the best all-inclusive resorts, it’s no wonder Mexico is one of the most popular vacation destinations. Select cities in Mexico reopened on June 11th.


The Bahamas

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

The crystal-clear waters that surround the 700 islands that make up The Bahamas are perfect for leisure swims, scuba diving, and every type of water sport. Hop the islands, go shopping, and explore the crystal blue waters. The Bahamas reopened on July 1st.


Aruba

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

Aruba – Known as the One Happy Island, Aruba offers exciting adventures, island tours, and educational experiences for everyone. With legendary beaches, shopping, and vibrant nightlife, there’s no shortage of fun things to do on this island. Aruba’s resorts offer attractive amenities and top-rated vacation packages perfect for any budget. Aruba reopened on July 10th.


Charleston, South Carolina

This product was recommended by Jaime Huffman from Charleston Blonde

Charleston, South Carolina is the perfect place for year-round travel. The coldest it gets is average highs of 57°F in January, and when it gets hot in the summer, there are plenty of gorgeous beaches you can explore for a seaside getaway. Whatever time you visit Charleston, there’s always plenty to do. Between the history and culture, arts and entertainment, food and drinks, and just absorbing the Southern charm of the Holy City, any traveler can find something to occupy their time in Charleston. Charleston also hosts incredible festivals year-round, like the annual Sweetgrass Festival, the PGA Championship, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (the largest wildlife art & sporting life event of its kind), Arts Festivals, food and wine festivals, and more! On an average day in Charleston, visitors can indulge in incredible shopping and dining in between admiring the gorgeous architecture and natural beauty of South Carolina’s shores.


The Dead Sea (Israel)

This product was recommended by Anat Ben Yosef from Israel Travel

From the healing powers of the Dead Sea’s cobalt blue waters, through the awesome beauty of the surrounding landscape to the myriad of fascinating sights this area has to offer, the Dead Sea is a place of tranquility, health and inspiration for body and soul alike. Float on the waters, take a mud bath or go exploring – with 330 sunny days a year, the Dead Sea area is filled with superb attractions including natural healing spas, magnificent hiking trails, gourmet and fast food restaurants and adrenaline-charged attractions. Along the main part of the 75 kilometer stretch dotted with beautiful beaches, you will also find world class hotels and spa facilities to guarantee a truly indulgent experience.


Kilkea Castle in Castledermot, Ireland

This product was recommended by Sydney Masters from Kilkea Castle

Kilkea Castle, the 12th century fortress and estate, has undergone a $35 million renovation and restoration and is now open as a luxury hotel resort and golf club. There is something to do for everyone, any time of year, from fine dining, golf, tennis, skeet shooting, horseback riding, fishing, falconry, sightseeing, shopping and more. There is also a variety of dining options and luxury spa and wellness center on site.


Palawan Island

This product was recommended by Yaniv Masjedi from Nextiva

Palawan Island in the Philippines is a sunny paradise whole-year-round. If people want to experience Maldives’ crystal clear waters without breaking the bank, Palawan is the best alternative that is an economical option for most tourists. Aside from the cerulean blue waters and rich marine life, they also have majestic limestone formations, and exotic foods tourists can try like the “tamilok,” a woodworm that tastes like oysters.


Norway

This product was recommended by Noman Asghar from FanJackets

NORWAY is the best place to travel year round without any fear. It has great places to explore the natural beauty such as Geirangerfjord and the Northwest, Tromsø and the land of the northern lights, etc.


Malaga, Spain

This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from QuoteInspector

The climate in Malaga is pretty consistent and the area doesn’t experience extremes in temperature. This coastal city sits right next to the Mediterranean Sea. You can experience the rich history and the European charm year-round. Some of the most popular places to visit are The Roman Theatre for historical significance, Mercado Central for a cultural experience, and Calle Larios for high-end shopping.


Lyon, France

This product was recommended by Nicole Caba from Avvinue

“Lyon, France is a magical city with a blend of history and urbanization. We had never heard of Lyon until my partner and I were accepted into a startup program in Lyon, where we decided to pack our bags and move. The city is small enough to walk around with ease, clean and safe public transport (bus, metro, electric scooters, bikes, etc.) that make it even easier to get around. It’s truly a beautiful place where you can easily access Paris, Geneva or Nice to get varied terrain and experiences.”


Tropical North Queensland, Australia

This product was recommended by Kerrie & Woody from Just Go Travelling

Tropical North Queensland in Australia has beautiful weather all year round.. It is pretty much divided into 2 seasons, the dry season and the wet season. The dry season will have bright sunny days with a lovely breeze for you to enjoy the array of beaches and magnificent nature and landscape Tropical North Queensland has to offer. The wet season will be more humid and more chance of rain but will still have bright summer days. Tropical North Queensland has much to offer including Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest; the oldest continuously surviving rainforest in the world. Tropical North Queensland offers Caribbean vibes as it’s filled with lush greenery and palms trees swaying in the wind on the beaches.


Cambodia

This product was recommended by Harry Anapliotis from Rental Center Crete

A lot of people like to travel depending on the weather or the activities to do, but doing this restricts you to a few months in the summer. By visiting a place for the experience and the culture, you can view an important aspect of the world at any time of year. Taking a walk through the jungles and visiting the temple ruins is a surreal experience that is really like no other. It’s something you really have to see in person to take in the full majesty. Even if you travel with people and these beautiful vistas are not their style, there are still some beaches to enjoy. The temperature is quite high all year round and is dry for most of the seasons.


Bordeaux, France

This product was recommended by Polina Sp from Atlas Bordeaux

There is always wine to taste in Bordeaux. Bordeaux wineries are open all year around. Plus, the city of Bordeaux is an 18th century masterpiece listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Winter months are less touristy and you get to see more of the real life. There are great restaurants and wine bars to tuck into when the sun isn’t shining. Great surfing only about an hour of Bordeaux.


Arequipa, Peru

This product was recommended by Allan Borch from DotcomDollar

Arequipa is a must-visit for travelers who want to get up close and personal with Peruvian culture and cuisine. Visit the famous “White City”, so named for its gleaming structures made from sillar, a volcanic rock. This historic part of the city center earned Arequipa the UNESCO World Heritage status in 2000. Stay at the Cirqa, originally built in 1540, the year Arequipa was founded, as an inn for guests of the Church of San Agustín next door. Dig into the sumptuous local fare at the La Nueva Palomino, where a female-led staff cooks hearty stews from heirloom recipes. Best paired with a tall glass of chicha, an Andean beer made from corn.


Asheville, North Carolina

This product was recommended by Daniel Carter from Zippy Electrics

Asheville has that big-city cultural cred, but with a small-town feel. It’s home to artists and musicians as well as food and drink entrepreneurs who were making microbrews and serving farm-to-table meals long before such things were in fashion. Make sure to drop by The Asheville Art Museum which reopened in November with 70 percent more gallery space, including a new wing and rooftop sculpture garden. Hankering for a pint? Check out Dssolvr, a taproom that goes beyond beer with experiments in cider, mead, and wine.


Big Sky, Montana

This product was recommended by Stiles Bennet from WIMCO Villas

Big Sky, Montana is an ideal place to travel year round. Whatever the season there are lot of fun family friendly activities in the area that are appropriate for all ages, and do not involve being in close contact with others. From Spring to Autumn, popular activities include fly fishing on one of the many local streams and rivers (with or without a guide), bike riding, kayaking or taking a white water rafting trip with just the family and one guide on the Gallatin River. There are also some exciting day trips a family can do from here such as driving up to the remote Glacier National Park , or driving into nearby Wyoming to visit Yellowstone National Park. Big Sky has several scenic chair lifts that operate year-round, plus the Lone Peak Tram, which takes you all the way up to Big Sky’s highest point, the 11,166-foot summit of Lone Peak. There are 360-degree views and on a clear day, you can see Wyoming’s Grand Tetons, plus countless other ranges. In the winter months Big Sky is a popular destination for downhill skiing, boarding, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and other outdoor activities. Defined by wide open bowls, panoramic views, and no lift lines, Big Sky Resort provides a feeling of total escape With more than 5,800 skiable acres and terrain for every ability, Big Sky is an ideal retreat for skiers and boarders of all levels. At any time of year the college town of Bozeman is only a 40 minute drive away. This pedestrian friendly town of 49,000 features a fun foodie culture, great window shopping, and the youthfull energy that a college brings to any metro area (Bozeman is home to the state’s largest university, Montana State University with 16,000 students and 700 teachers)


Cusco Peru

This product was recommended by Kevin Groh from Cachi Life

I highly recommend Cusco Peru as one of the best places in the world to travel year-round. The temperature is very moderate range from a high of approximately 70-80 degrees F year-round. Additionally, even during the wet season of December through February the rain is very short-lived and only lasts at most 20 minutes at a time per day with the rest of the day tends to be sunny. There are many activities to do including hiking, seeing Machu Picchu, whitewater rafting, zip-lining, Additionally, Peru is voted as the best culinary destination in the world’s best culinary destination for eight years in a row by the World Travel Awards. These combinations make Cusco and Peru arguably the best place to travel in the world year-round.


Wanaka, New Zealand

This product was recommended by Muhammad Mateen Khan from PureVPN

Wanaka is a picturesque town on New Zealand’s South Island, and it’s the perfect place for outdoor adventure. The town’s mountain and lakeside setting, as well as its proximity to Mt. Aspiring National Park, make it the ultimate base for outdoor activities like hiking, bicycling, rock climbing, and skydiving. Remember, January means warm weather in this part of the world. Back in town, you can take in the magnificent scenery from viewpoints, and while away the hours at quirky places like Puzzling World and the National Transport and Toy Museum.


Dominican Republic

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

This island boasts a rich collection of museums, historic sites, traditional food, and music coupled with white sand beaches, mountain ranges, and national parks draw tourists to the Dominican Republic year-round. There are so many outdoor activities for everyone to enjoy – zip-lining, hiking, buggy riding, horseback riding to just name a few. You’re sure to fall in love with this beautiful country for sure. The Dominican Republic reopened on July 1st.


Jamaica

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

Jamaica – hospitality, beautiful beaches, splashing waterfalls,music, food have made this the Caribbean’s most popular destinations. You can enjoy a wide variety of resorts throughout Jamaica Including all-inclusive resorts in Montego Bay, Falmouth, and Ocho Rios. Jamaica reopened on June 15th


Mexico

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

Whether it’s a family vacay in Cancun or a romantic island retreat in Cabo, with some of the best all-inclusive resorts, it’s no wonder Mexico is one of the most popular vacation destinations. Select cities in Mexico reopened on June 11th.


The Bahamas

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

The crystal-clear waters that surround the 700 islands that make up The Bahamas are perfect for leisure swims, scuba diving, and every type of water sport. Hop the islands, go shopping, and explore the crystal blue waters. The Bahamas reopened on July 1st.


Aruba

This product was recommended by Shruthi Bharathur from Blue Planet Getaways Dream Vacations

Aruba – Known as the One Happy Island, Aruba offers exciting adventures, island tours, and educational experiences for everyone. With legendary beaches, shopping, and vibrant nightlife, there’s no shortage of fun things to do on this island. Aruba’s resorts offer attractive amenities and top-rated vacation packages perfect for any budget. Aruba reopened on July 10th.


Charleston, South Carolina

This product was recommended by Jaime Huffman from Charleston Blonde

Charleston, South Carolina is the perfect place for year-round travel. The coldest it gets is average highs of 57°F in January, and when it gets hot in the summer, there are plenty of gorgeous beaches you can explore for a seaside getaway. Whatever time you visit Charleston, there’s always plenty to do. Between the history and culture, arts and entertainment, food and drinks, and just absorbing the Southern charm of the Holy City, any traveler can find something to occupy their time in Charleston. Charleston also hosts incredible festivals year-round, like the annual Sweetgrass Festival, the PGA Championship, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (the largest wildlife art & sporting life event of its kind), Arts Festivals, food and wine festivals, and more! On an average day in Charleston, visitors can indulge in incredible shopping and dining in between admiring the gorgeous architecture and natural beauty of South Carolina’s shores.


The Dead Sea (Israel)

This product was recommended by Anat Ben Yosef from Israel Travel

From the healing powers of the Dead Sea’s cobalt blue waters, through the awesome beauty of the surrounding landscape to the myriad of fascinating sights this area has to offer, the Dead Sea is a place of tranquility, health and inspiration for body and soul alike. Float on the waters, take a mud bath or go exploring – with 330 sunny days a year, the Dead Sea area is filled with superb attractions including natural healing spas, magnificent hiking trails, gourmet and fast food restaurants and adrenaline-charged attractions. Along the main part of the 75 kilometer stretch dotted with beautiful beaches, you will also find world class hotels and spa facilities to guarantee a truly indulgent experience.


Kilkea Castle in Castledermot, Ireland

This product was recommended by Sydney Masters from Kilkea Castle

Kilkea Castle, the 12th century fortress and estate, has undergone a $35 million renovation and restoration and is now open as a luxury hotel resort and golf club. There is something to do for everyone, any time of year, from fine dining, golf, tennis, skeet shooting, horseback riding, fishing, falconry, sightseeing, shopping and more. There is also a variety of dining options and luxury spa and wellness center on site.


Palawan Island

This product was recommended by Yaniv Masjedi from Nextiva

Palawan Island in the Philippines is a sunny paradise whole-year-round. If people want to experience Maldives’ crystal clear waters without breaking the bank, Palawan is the best alternative that is an economical option for most tourists. Aside from the cerulean blue waters and rich marine life, they also have majestic limestone formations, and exotic foods tourists can try like the “tamilok,” a woodworm that tastes like oysters.


Norway

This product was recommended by Noman Asghar from FanJackets

NORWAY is the best place to travel year round without any fear. It has great places to explore the natural beauty such as Geirangerfjord and the Northwest, Tromsø and the land of the northern lights, etc.


Malaga, Spain

This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from QuoteInspector

The climate in Malaga is pretty consistent and the area doesn’t experience extremes in temperature. This coastal city sits right next to the Mediterranean Sea. You can experience the rich history and the European charm year-round. Some of the most popular places to visit are The Roman Theatre for historical significance, Mercado Central for a cultural experience, and Calle Larios for high-end shopping.

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