Best travel destinations to book in 2023

Is it just us, or are there fewer people projecting a panacea for the coming year? Maybe the pandemic has brought us all down to earth and we have collectively decided to be realistic. It’s not like a single night’s sleep on December 31 is ever going to change our luck. Instead, it will, as always, require a set of proactive decisions, many of which are rooted in new experiences and perspectives. And what is the best way to capture these experiences and perspectives? Travel, of course. And the top travel destinations of 2023 can take you near or far. Perhaps more than any previous year, 2023 deserves expansive horizons, whether crystal blue, historic, or covered in ice. We’ve all been through the last three years so painfully, so we all need that vacation that triggers some sort of personal rebirth. For that reason, we’ve rounded up eight destinations that could actually make 2023 your year — no panacea prescriptions required. Book your ticket now and feel that serotonin rush inside you. Aside from the trip itself, few things are as fantastic as looking forward to the next big vacation. Macon, GA Sean Pavone/Shutterstock 1. Macon, GA Humble Macon, an hour southeast of Atlanta, is ringing its bicentennial in 2023 with a long period of revitalization that has primed the city for an influx of tourists. Its downtown thriving with more than 50 restaurants, five historic theaters, more than 30 bars and music venues, and two new boutique hotels to top it off: Hotel Forty Five and The Woodward. In the meantime, a new 10,000-seat amphitheater is under construction and should open in the calendar year. Just east of town is Ocmulgee Mounds National Historic Park, the former home of the Muscogee Nation, which tells the peoples’ story through both a guided walking trail and a 2,000-mile museum. artifacts, chronicling the rich history of over 17,000 years of human existence along the Ocmulgee River.

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