The alternative Hot-list of Places to Go on Holiday in 2020

If you’re planning for a long getaway, away from the hustle-bustle of city life or you’re planning a surprise vacation for your family. Whether it is a trip to the lofty peaks in the Himalayas or the Andaman Islands in the south, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding where to go on your holidays. For travel loan in India you can apply for a travel loan and cover all the travel costs with ease.  There are a lot of banks that offer loans for travel finance. Getting a loan not only makes it easier to manage your travel expenses, but also helps you save on your personal savings.

Let’s have a look at the travel destinations in India that should surely be on top of your 2020 list.


A beautiful country in Central Europe that is known for its mountains, ski resorts, and lakes. Slovenia is covered in forests, and there are a lot of parks and reserves. Last year, the 270km Juliana Trail, a hiking route through the Julian Alps, takes walkers away from some of the most-visited parts of Triglav national park in a bid to combat over-tourism. At Bike Slovenia Green you can explore a multi-stage itinerary through the Julian Alps, around Lake Bohinj and Lake Bled and on to the Adriatic coast. The series of one-day cycling loops visit places that have a Slovenia Green certificates, such as the karst village of Komen, known for fresh cheese ravioli, fresh herbs, and prosciutto. Sweden


This city has a cultural scene that includes Way Out West, a three-day summer music festival that is 100% vegetarian and has contributed to reducing its carbon footprint year on year. The Hagabion cafe and bar in the central Linné area are renowned for a vegetarian menu where people gather here, for a drink before moving on to the many other restaurants, bars, and venues nearby. Stick to the southern coastal path from the center to Särö island there are numerous spots for wild swimming at lakes in and around Gothenburg.

Val di Vara

The rolling Vara valley in north-west of Italy is not unusual in suffering a hemorrhage of young people from the rural communities but it is quite unusual in its response: going greener. Val di Vara Bio Festival is now an annual event that includes street food, games, livestock shows, and good music. In the past few years, young locals have opened five farms to the public and started 13 agriturismos, offering rustic rooms and farmhouse meals, plus jams, liqueurs, olive oil or meat to buy. Here you can have an organic lunch of corzetti pasta with walnut sauce at Albergo Amici in Varese Ligure, before stocking up on foodie gifts from, say, honey and fruit farm Cascina le Bosche or herb and saffron producer Le Piccole Erbe. Followed by a dinner that could be at the equally organic Antica Locanda Luigina in Mattarana.


Rotterdam is a city that’s not afraid to experiment. From the architecture of Rem Koolhaas to the annual Rooftops Festival. Europe’s largest port Rotterdam is a fascinating living laboratory for anyone interested in what urban living might look like in the future. Many of the city’s innovations are focused on a waste-free circular economy. Rotterdam is home to the world’s first floating farm, where 32 cows are fed on scraps from local hotels and restaurants and produce milk for the city residents and manure for Rotterdam’s flowerbeds.


Menorcans realized early that a sustainable approach to tourism was essential for avoiding the overdevelopment that has spoiled so much of the Mediterranean coast in Spain. A Unesco biosphere reserve since 1993, the island has crystal-clear waters, a thriving local culture, and unique gastronomy. The best way to access the white sandy beaches is via the Camí de Cavalls, an ancient path for mounted soldiers connecting defensive lookouts that encircle the island.

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