2020 has been a time of staying home. Instead of circling the globe on a plane, we've gotten in plenty of armchair travel. Here are the 10 most beautiful places we've virtually visited this year.
Mykonos ranks among the most popular Greek Islands. During the spring and summer, it's known for its jet-setters, glitterati and nightlife. In late autumn, however, it takes on a particular charm.
The tiny North Canadian community of Churchill is better known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World. From this town on the shores of Hudson Bay, see polar bears, belugas and the northern lights.
The island of Curaçao, one of the Caribbean’s ABC Islands (along with Aruba and Bonaire), feels like a corner of the Netherlands was dropped into the Caribbean.
This seaside city on the coast of Catalonia ranks among Europe’s most enticing destinations, not for any one particular attraction, but for its overall vibe.
The island of Hawaii, known as the Big Island, is indeed the largest (and the youngest) island in the archipelago.
Complete with cobbled streets, picturesque canals and stunning architecture, Bruges is one of Europe’s best preserved medieval cities.
Swedish Lapland comprises vast swathes of wilderness – wide open spaces ripe for outdoor adventures beneath the midnight sun or the northern lights.
Miles of white sand beaches, a colorful capital city and near-perfect weather make Aruba the most-visited island in the southern Caribbean.
With the snow-capped High Atlas Mountains as its backdrop, the city of Marrakesh in Morocco is a feast for the senses.
The multicultural state of Kerala along India’s southwestern coast is a land of sandy beaches, sleepy backwaters, rolling tea plantations, and pristine wildlife preserves.