Best destinations in the world to travel in 2016

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At Vuela Viajes we love to show you travel-related rankings, as these are super useful when planning a vacation. And it is that, in many cases, these allow us to know some of the best destinations on the planet. This is the case of the list that we offer you today: Trivago’s Best Value City Index .

For the third consecutive year, the specialized travel portal has launched a ranking that shows the 100 best destinations in the world to travel in 2016. To prepare it, Trivago is based on the results of an algorithm that weighs the online reputation of the destination’s hotel plant , the tourist attractions of its surroundings and the cheapest prices. Today we are going to show you the top 10 positions in the ranking. Would you like to join us?

Fenghuang, China

Fenghuang
In first position we find Fenghuang, a Chinese city that is famous for its wooden houses and its majestic bridges that are located over the Tuo River. This place seems to have stopped in time. In fact, it preserves more than 20 old streets, with intact residences.

Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Mostar, the second largest city in Bosnia-Herzegovina, took second place this year. Its old town stands out, full of narrow medieval streets and, of course, its bridge, the symbol of the coexistence between different cultures. A large part of the city was rebuilt after the war, although some traces of the horror lived years ago can still be seen.

Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Veliko Tarnovo
Closing the top 3 we find Veliko Tarnovo, a city located in northern Bulgaria. Considered one of the cultural centers of the country, the city was once the capital of Bulgaria and, in fact, retains features of that splendorous era, such as the walls of the Tsarevets Fortress.

Novi Sad, Serbia

Novi Sad
In fourth position this year is Novi Sad, which is the main administrative center of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Serbia. Many cultural events and festivals are held here . Of course, the most remarkable thing is that it has always been a place for the reconciliation of different cultures.

Pingyao, China

Pingyao
We return to China to tell you about Pingyao, a medieval city that is surrounded by a six-kilometer wall. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO , the city preserves many buildings from medieval times.

Sibiu, Romania

Sibiu
In Romania we find the sixth place on the list. We refer to Sibiu, an important cultural and economic center of Transylvania. Its old town still retains the grandeur of the time when the region’s trade was rich and powerful. Its historical area is still protected by medieval walls.

Suzdal, Russia

Suzdal
In seventh place we find Suzdal, one of the most important cities of the so-called Golden Ring. Despite the little tourist atmosphere of the place, this destination hides some 200 architectural monuments, being able to find more than 30 churches, museums and five monasteries.

Pécs, Hungary

Pecs
In Europe it is also ranked eighth. This is Pécs, one of the most charming cities in Hungary. It is a multicultural town founded by the Romans. Despite the passage of the Turks and the Austrians and the proximity to Croatia and Serbia, it still preserves remains of the ancient Roman city.

Wayanad, India

Wayanad
The first Indian destination in the ranking is Wayand, a district belonging to the state of Kerala. Without a doubt, what is most surprising and wonderful about this place is its unspoiled natural beauty. In fact, deep within these lands are some of the oldest tribes on the planet.

Dali, China

Dali
Finally, we have to talk about Dali, one of the unknown jewels of China. In addition to being a place full of natural paradises , it also draws attention to the many mystical enclaves that can be found here.