As we all know, COVID-19 has postponed many standard activities, one of them being traveling. While people are still able to travel, there are many more restrictions in place, and for most people, it’s not currently safe. As I wait for the world to go back to normal, I’ve been thinking about the places I want to visit once the pandemic is controlled. Traveling is a luxury, and the state that our world is in has made me appreciate being able to visit different places and experience new cultures now more than ever. So with that said, I am going to share my post-COVID travel bucket list that I hope to achieve within the next few years.
Iceland not only has breathtaking scenery and hidden gems to explore, but also the Northern Lights, something I promised myself I would see before I die.
2. Venice, Italy
The culture, the food, the boat rides . . . Getting to explore Venice would be an absolute dream. I’d be living my Emily in Paris fantasies but in Italy.
Alaska is the perfect place to explore the wilderness. I live in the desert, so I think the change in weather and scenery would be absolutely bewildering. I think it’d be a good place to live in the moment while surrounded by nature.
4. Transylvania, Romania
The vampire and castle lover in me would thrive in Transylvania. Adventuring through its beautiful castles and dark forests would be a horrifying thrill.
While there are countless more places I’d love to visit one day, these destinations are at the top of my list. I’m excited to have the opportunity to be able to go, and remembering that these places will still be around when Covid is over gives me hope that one day these won’t just be on my bucket list, but I’ll be there instead. I urge you all to make a travel bucket list of your own to excite you about what’s to come in the future!