These travel destinations are perfect for your getaway in 2023

(BPT) – Entering a new year is the perfect time to decide travel plans for 2023. With so many places to see, both close to home and abroad, it can be difficult to Choose. To help you, here is a short list of the best travel destinations for next year. With the right tools, you can tick off more than one thing on your to-do list.

Jump across the pond to explore the many historic sites in London, UK. International travel to London continues to see a surge, sparked most recently by the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in 2022. It’s no surprise, as London offers an endless list of exciting things to do.

In 2023, tourists will have the chance to discover the London Games Festival in April or Trooping of the Color in June. History buffs can take a guided tour of Westminster Abbey, see the modern landmark of the London Eye, or explore the many sprawling and luxurious rooms of the famous Buckingham Palace. Fancy a little pick-me-up in the afternoon? After a long day of exploring, settle into one of London’s famous cafes or make yourself cozy in a famous local pub.

London is a city intertwined with the perfect blend of tradition and history while embodying a modern flair that attracts many travel enthusiasts. As a popular year-round travel hub, there are plenty of accommodation options when exploring London to suit all budgets and tastes, making it ideal for those looking a luxury getaway or for those looking to affordable vacation with all the family.

These travel destinations are perfect for your getaway in 2023

Spend a cozy weekend nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Bozeman, Montana. Famous for its scenic landscapes and rich history inspiring a new hit TV show, Bozeman will undoubtedly be another hotspot to travel to in 2023. Although known as a ‘base’ destination for those planning to visit Yellowstone National Park, the city itself also has a lot to offer.

Whether it’s taking in the views on a nearby hike, hitting up one of the town’s bars or restaurants, or heading to Yellowstone for a guided tour of Old Faithful Geyser, Bozeman offers a range of activities, ensuring there is something for every traveller.

The city also has an array of accommodation options. Of top of the line hotels that offer adventurous excursions, for families options for all to enjoy, there is a place for all types of adventurers in Bozeman.

Immerse yourself in new cuisine, culture and experiences in Tokyo, Japan. In October 2022, Japan reopened its borders to independent international travellers, making it an exciting hotspot for tourism in 2023. Tokyo, the bustling capital of Japan, is known for its remarkable skyscrapers and jaw-dropping public gardens. breath, while offering luxury, modern and shop hotel options for every type of traveler.

Visitors can admire the famous Mount Fuji from the rooftops of hotels or discover the Sumida River which crosses several districts of Tokyo. Plus, vibrant nightlife is buzzing in Shinjuku, Roppongi, and Shibuya. And calling all foodies! Tokyo is also well known for its exquisite cuisine options, representing an incredible international culinary scene. Have a bite to eat at a renowned restaurant like Den or taste the flavors of renowned dishes at the Franco-Japanese restaurant Florilège.

Now is the time to plan. What’s a great way to help make those trips possible? Savvy consumers have travel credit cards linked to their favorite hotel loyalty programs, giving them the ability to earn points for hotel accommodations, dining, excursions and more. For example, hunting IHG Rewards Premier Credit Card allows cardholders to earn IHG One Rewards points with every purchase. Currently, new cardholders can earn 140,000 bonus points after spending $3,000 within the first three months of account opening. 2023 travel dreams are within reach and good planning can bring them to life!

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