QUIZ: Which of these life-changing places should you visit?
Which of these life-changing places should you visit?
It would be no exaggeration to say that Norway's Lofoten Islands are incomparably breathtaking. Think dramatic mountains, colourful fishing villages, sheltered bays and the vast open sea, all illuminated by an indescribable Arctic light. Just a couple of days in this picturesque archipelago could give you a completely change your outlook on life.
Mexico's vibrant capital could best be described as a series of small cities. Each of the many neighbourhoods has its own distinctive character, like cool Condesa with its sidewalk cafes or Polanco with its world-class restaurants and the superb Soumaya Museum. Whatever you're looking for, with a little research you're bound to find it. It's a city that will shake up everything you think you know about Mexico and open your eyes to an abundance of culture and culinary delights.
This elegant, picturesque 'wine capital of the world'
Bordeaux has the peaceful pace of the countryside as well as a busy city centre packed with restaurants and bars. It's absolutely unmissable and just a sip of its world-famous wine could change your palette forever.
Also known as the ‘Mother City', Cape Town is breathtakingly beautiful with a trendy twist. The coastal city in South Africa is cosmopolitan but also quintessentially African. With its craggy mountain ranges, exquisite beaches and stunning scenery, Mother Nature must have personally dropped in to bless this urban oasis.
New York City
Fast-paced and diverse with some of the world's best restaurants, bars, museums and galleries, New York City deserves its nickname 'the city that never sleeps'. Just being in the city, soaking in its pulsing atmosphere, is an experience that will change you for good.
When visiting somewhere new, you most enjoy...
Pick a dish.
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Plan a first date.
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