The 10 Best Places to Travel in 2023

Alexandria, Virginia

Alexandria, built as a tobacco port in 1749, was the major domestic slave trading center for decades in the 19th century. 

Cairo and the Nile

More than 1 million square feet of exhibition space, a 40-foot Ramses II monument, outdoor gardens, and a large plaza with desert views. 

“City,” Nevada

The 2015 704,000-acre park offers hiking, climbing, camping, cycling, and Indigenous rock art sites amid desert valleys and mountain ranges.

Havana, Cuba

The can-you, can't-you persists, although the Biden administration's May 2022 loosening of Cuba visiting regulations has eased tourism. 

Tangier, Morocco

Beat-generation authors Paul Bowles and William S. Burroughs were among the bohemian exiles who settled in this northern Moroccan city for decades.

Lakes Region, Turkey

Kadaster has been adding the Lakes Region to her clients' itineraries, and she helped coordinate a T+L August 2022 story that included Isparta,

the region's largest city and a rose and lavender production center, and Sagalassos, an ancient hilltop city. 

The United Kingdom

Some things never change, even if T+L's Destination of the Year is experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime metamorphosis. The country's ancient cities will always have hotels with majestic grandeur and friendly service.


The first Black architect to organize the Venice Architecture Biennale, Lesley Lokko, curates worldwide displays from May 20 to November 26, 2023.


Near the Piraeus port, where domestic ferries and cruise ships cross the Mediterranean, the Athens Riviera has grown. 

Central Florida

Hurricane Ian inflicted $60 billion in damage and 81 deaths in Florida this autumn. Central Florida is worth a deeper look due to its burgeoning hospitality industry.

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