Two Spanish destinations, among the best to travel in 2022, according to 'The New York Times'

The coronavirus has limited both domestic and international travel. The ‘New York Times‘has drawn up a list of 52 destinations to visit in 2022 in a physical or’ imaginary ‘way. Remember that while some of the venues are currently under restrictions, can become scenarios to visit in the future, when the regulations relax.

“With the pandemic in its third calendar year, it is more possible to travel all over the world, but still difficult Y [está] loaded with uncertainty, “says the newspaper. And it is that, the omicron variant has begun to spread shortly after Joe Biden relaxed the legislation on international travel. It should be remembered that not even vaccinated people are immune to this variant and that there are many countries outside of North America and Europe whose populations have not received the corresponding doses.

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Likewise, those interested in visiting China and other Asian countries will have a difficult time, since they are closed for most of their visitors. Despite this, the tourism industry in Glasgow reports that travel support the economy and encourage travelers to visit little-known places. Although the list includes somewhat classic destinations such as the New York borough of Queens, there are others such as the Vanuatu islands, in the Pacific, which more than one person has not valued going to.

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Among those 52 places that the ‘New York Times’ recommends visiting in 2022 there are two Spaniards. At number 23 is El Hierro, the smallest of the Canary Islands. This volcanic surface can comfort those more cold, since on sunny days the temperature is between 19 and 23 degrees. Although you do not have to visit in the short term, fantasizing about the idea of ​​staying in El Hierro can be somewhat cheering in times of quarantine.

Photo: Es Trenc beach, in Mallorca.  (Facebook)
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On the other side of the country, off the Galician coast, in the 47th position of the ‘ranking’ are the Cíes Islands. Located in the Vigo estuary, they are integrated into the Maritime-Terrestrial Natural Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia. Of the three that make up the archipelago, those baptized as North and Middle are connected by the sandy beach of Rodas and a jetty. Together with the third, called South, they constitute a place declared a Natural Park in 1980.

From Italy to Mozambique

Outside the borders of Spain, it is worth mentioning the number one position on the list: Chioggia, in neighboring Italy. Located south of Venice, this city has narrow alleys and canals and a watchtower with a medieval clock. Those most curious they will be able to enter the Museum of Zoology of the Adriatic, while the more beach-goers will have the option of lying on the sand of Sottomarina.

Image of a canal in Chioggia. (Creative Commons)

The second position in the ‘ranking’ can attract the attention of those who prefer to go to the mountains. Those who wish to experience African nature, may value heading to the Chimanimani National Park, in Mozambique. This mountainous area hosts the Binga, whose highest summit is 2,436 meters, the largest in Mozambique. In addition to the characteristic savanna, this place is covered with forests, mountain meadows and heaths. The greenest enthusiasts will enjoy a variety of 70 endemic species.

The ‘top 3’ of the 52 destinations that the ‘New York Times’ recommends visiting is one that more people will know: the borough of Queens. Marvel fans will be able to cross the streets of the Spider-Man neighborhood. It is also an area that brings together up to 150 different types of food. In addition to ordering the classic hamburger, it is possible to taste other traditions. Now all you have to do is take a pencil and paper and plan what your next trip might be. You dare?

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