Now is the time to set your intentions for 2018. So if "travel more" is on your list of resolutions, you need to peruse TripAdvisor's annual list of . These cities around the world had the biggest year-over-year increase in positive review ratings and will soon be on the top of everyone's bucket lists.
Even though you've probably never heard of this island before, it'll soon be the talk of the town. The water is pure blue, the sand is pristine white, and there are glass-bottom boats along the beaches just waiting to give you a ride.
This small town, located at the base of Nounou (a.k.a. Sleeping Giant) Mountain has it all: hotels, restaurants, shopping, and, of course, gorgeous beaches. What more could you want?
If you've heard of Giraffe Manor (you know, the hotel where giraffes stick their heads through the window), then you've heard of Nairobi. The city is known as the safari capital of Africa and offers both wildlife and nightlife.
The capital of the Nova Scotia is best seen on foot, according to travelers. Once you're there, visit the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and 18th-century Citadel National Historic Site, before taking in the delicious restaurant scene by night.of
Located on the Baltic Sea, this city is filled with history. In fact, the Old Town had to be painstakingly reconstructed after being leveled in World War II, but today is one of highlights, according to travelers.
This bustling city is known for its coffee trade, which is why travelers recommend trying freshly roasted local beans at Mercado Central. For an authentic experience, stay in one of the renovated landmarks that now serve as a hotels.
Since this destination is the Latvian capital and the largest city in the Baltics, it's got a little bit of everything. You've got Old Town, which is filled with bars and restaurants, and New Town, which is modern and offers public transportation.
If you're craving a coastal destination, this Croatian fishing port on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula is for you. The city is filled with colorful buildings, cobblestone streets, and offers access to a stunning pebble beach.
There's nothing like laying out in front of the Mediterranean, and this town offers 10 miles of powdery beaches to choose from. But the best part is that it's thick with culture and hasn't been taken over by high-rise hotels.
Of all the places in Morocco, this city has the most Western influence, but it by no means lacks authenticity. The large, modern city is a blend of Moorish style and European art deco and is best known for the Hassan II Mosque.