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Top Trending Cities to See in 2019Check out these hidden gems of the world that are trending this year
Everyone has seen it in the movies and has created their own fantasy of driving a convertible sports car down the California coast. Well, now is the time to make that fantasy trip down the remote 90-mile stretch of California Coast a reality. Why now? Well for starters it’s one of those American bucket list items that seems to be pretty high for most, and at times during the summer months Big Sur can be extremely overwhelming. So before it gets to be too much you may as well check that item off your list now.
Albuquerque New Mexico, an extremely diverse, artistic, and cultural city that brings uniqueness to the United States. Here, you can explore countless of outdoor adventures, world-class museums, or dive into the delicious New Mexican foods that are along Central Avenue. With over 300 days of sunshine each year, Albuquerque will definitely bring you joy through any nature adventure you choose. But the best time of the year to come will be on during the 44th annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta that is being held from October 6th through October 14th. This amazing hot air balloon festival is well known around the world and features hundreds of balloons in the air in the crisp hours of the mornings during those nine days. Be sure to book your tickets soon because this will be one of the best experiences you will ever have here in New Mexico!
Mexico City is like a true comeback story. With a murky history filled with violence caused by gangs, the city has worked hard to clean up its act. Then a massive 7.1 earthquake hit the city and its resilience was tested. But it was the heart of the city that came together to complete a speedy recovery to get the metropolis back to normal. This is what you will find in Mexico City. Love for their culture and heritage, love for the way they express themselves through food and art and love for one another. Explore their deep Aztec and colonial history and dine in one of the many old-school cantinas. Mexico City has recently been named the 2018 World Design Capital. Be sure to go during design week in October. Another huge event is Day of the Dead which is in late October to early November. And, Cinco de Mayo on the fifth of May that commemorates Mexico’s unlikely victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla.
When you think of visiting Germany, I’m sure Bayreuth isn’t towards the top of that list. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, Germany does offer a lot, but we’re here to change that. Bayreuth is a music town with roots dating back to the 12th century. Here you will find two of the world’s most famous opera houses, The Bayreuth Festspielhaus and the Margravial Opera House, which also is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Margravial was built in the mid 1700’s and has been under refurbishment since 2012 but as it turns out the opera house is opening back up this April for the first time in 6 years so now is your chance to see a truly remarkable restoration whether opera is your thing or not. These opera houses have such importance in influence in the area that there is a massive opera festival held here annually. The Wagner Fest, named after 19th century German composer Richard Wagner, hold performances of his original compositions for 60,000 fans who attend annually.