Frommer’s’ Best Places to Go List 2018
In conjunction with the 60th anniversary of its first publication in 1957, Frommer’s is proud to reveal its eagerly anticipated list of the best places to travel in the coming year.
Frommer’s’ 2018 honor roll, which is determined by its team of award-winning editors and writers around the globe, celebrates places that are the top choices for vacations, whether they’re enjoying a resurgence, honoring a milestone or anniversary, or simply because the moment is ripe for wider appreciation. The entire list, with rich photography, is available at Frommers.com at http://www.frommers.com/bestplaces2018.
The 18 honorees for 2018 are (in no particular order):
New Orleans, marking its 300th birthday with new riverfront parkland, a streetcar extension, and (of course) party after fabulous party
The Coffee Region, Colombia, a serene and sumptuous corner of the Andes where coffee plantations and mountain hikes beckon
The Lake District, England, a new UNESCO World Heritage site that merits wider fame for its glassy lakes, mossy mountains, and ancient farms
The Faroe Islands, Denmark’s remote Nordic archipelago, unspoiled and rugged, that’s stealing Iceland’s thunder for stark beauty
The Mekong River in Vietnam, which on the 50th anniversary of the Tet Offensive has emerged as a rich itinerary favored by the luxury river cruise operators
St. Helena, a lush mountainous South Atlantic island, has gained new commercial flights, opening it to the average vacationer