Top 5 most interesting places to visit in 2020

Looking for inspiration for this holiday season? Do you want to enjoy culture, picturesque scenery and taste mouth-watering food? Get inspired by our list of the top five most interesting places to visit in 2020. We think you won’t be disappointed.

Galway, Ireland

Galway, a city on the west coast of Ireland, has been named European Capital of Culture for 2020 (twinned with Rijeka, Croatia). This year, the Irish city will be a venue for many cultural events: concerts, theatres, a place to see art and literature. Other than all of this on offer, you will have the opportunity to also enjoy stunning rocky scenery, beautifully cobbled streets and local delicious food.


Lille, France

This charming city in northern France is growing rapidly in popularity as a cultural metropolis – thanks to its renowned art scene and impressive progress in urban development. It has been designated the award of 2020 World Capital of Design. In this city you will enjoy many art museums and great restaurants and boutiques.


Rijeka, Croatia

Rijeka, together with the Irish city of Galway, has become the European Capital of Culture for this year. Croatia’s third largest city is the perfect blend of charming historical sights, city beaches and some wild street festivals. It certainly pays off to spend at least a few days in this city.


Salzburg, Austria

The 100th anniversary of the Salzburg Festival will take place this summer, bringing a lot of classical music, opera and drama from world-renowned acts to the city. Salzburg is most commonly known as Mozart’s birthplace. This year, hundreds of special events and exhibitions will be held in Salzburg, so make sure you don’t miss out on them.

Frisian Islands, Denmark

The Frisian Windmill is a place where sustainability is not just a phrase but has a real meaning. The Islands have a diverse and beautiful landscape, consisting of beaches, dunes, forests and pleistocene glaciers. The Wadden Sea, along with its coastline with tidal canals, bays, intertidal sand mud flats, is a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site for its globally unique geological and ecological values. It is also a highly protected conservation area whose coastline connects three countries and requires cooperation between Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark to maintain it.


Have you picked your must-go place for this year yet? Why choose and not see them all? With a caravan, there is nothing easier than to do just that.


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