By Royal Mountain Travel – February 26, 2019OthersNews and Current Affairs
Pack your bags because Lonely Planet has released its Best in Travel series, featuring the top cities to visit in 2019.
Whether you plan to take a road trip to a U.S. destination or you’re looking to fly abroad to discover a new city, Lonely Plant recommends top ten spots for your next adventure. In Top Ten Destinations, it envelops cities of Miami in 4th position, Copenhagen takes the first position, and Kathmandu – Nepal has grabbed the 5th position.
Quoting the Lonely Planet’s word, “Since the destructive earthquake in 2015, Kathmandu has gotten a new wave of optimism. Lonely Planet recommends exploring the back streets to experience the deep culture that perseveres throughout, visiting Durbar Square to see where kings were once crowned and relaxing in the courtyard of Itum Bathal, a Buddhist monastery. Indra Chowk is also the worthwhile bustling street where you can buy newspapers, blankets, cloth and more, and is conveniently located right next to the Shiva and Mahadev temples. Despite the sometimes-frustrating traffic, Lonely Planet says this city is the most livable it has been in decades.”
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