20 places to see in 2020 with Ryanair

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Nantes, France 🇫🇷
Nicknamed the Venice of the West this French city is enchanting and vibrant. Look forward to experiencing a bustling French city, filled with artistic and cultural attractions. Best time to go: July and August are the hottest months, but Nantes can be enjoyed at any time of the year. In spring and autumn, a stroll through the Japanese gardens on Nantes’ river islands, the Ile de Versailles or Ile de Nantes is the perfect way to spend an afternoon.
a river running through a lush green forest next to tall buildings on top of a hill
Brive, France
A gorgeous and quaint market town built atop a medieval base, its buildings and streets still show signs of an ancient France. Best time to go: September
lit candles are placed in front of a building on the side of a mountain at night
Aqaba, Jordan 🇯🇴
A city on the Red Sea with easy access to bucket-list adventures such as Petra, Wadi Rum and the Dead Sea #Petra #travelinspiration #2020travel #bucketlisttravel #travel #Jordan
the old city is lit up at night with bright lights on it's buildings
Tbilisi, Georgia 🇬🇪
Georgia’s capital has become one of Eastern Europe’s fastest-growing tourist hotspots. The charming cobbled city set in the valley of the Mtkvari river is a must for travel explorers and foodies alike, with local Eastern European cuisine and a close-up look at Georgia’s intriguing history everywhere you turn. Relax and unwind in Tbilisi’s famous sulphur baths, take a cable car trip up to the Narikala Fortress and pay a visit to the Jvari and Svetitskhoveli Monasteries.
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Menorca, Spain 🇪🇸
Jet off to Menorca, a paradise island with turquoise water, glistening sand and untouched nature. If you’re looking to relax on beautiful beaches, experience countryside and rugged coastlines then Menorca is the perfect place to visit. Hike the island’s gorgeous nature reserves, horse ride through the ancient countryside, mountain bike the rugged Camí de Cavalls coastline, or simply relax on one of Menorca’s pristine beaches.
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Katowice, Poland 🇵🇱
It may not be Poland’s best-known city, but southern Poland’s Katowice is anything but a dull, industrial ghost town. Often overlooked as a place to wait for your next transport connection, this modern city is jam-packed full of historical nooks and crannies that are guaranteed to light up your camera lens. Stumble across impressive parks, quirky monuments and astonishing architecture around every corner.
the cable cars are going over the city with snow capped mountains in the background,
Grenoble, France
Fancy yourself a skiing aficionado? Grenoble’s picturesque alps offer the perfect opportunity to get your skis on. Based on the foot of the French Alps, Grenoble is surrounded by stunning snow-capped peaks which you can scale by cable car before zipping back down on your skis. Prefer some downtime? The city is famous for its art galleries like the Archaeological Museum of Saint-Laurent. An ideal spot to ring in the New Year with friends and family.
an aerial view of a city at night with lights on and buildings lit up in the foreground
Lviv, Ukraine 🇺🇦
Lviv is an historic city famous for its chocolate and coffee, while Odesa boasts one of the county’s finest opera and ballet theatres.
an aerial view of a church with green roof tops and gold domes in the city
Kyiv, Ukraine 🇺🇦
HBO’s drama series Chernobyl brought Kyiv’s tragic nuclear disaster to life in gripping fashion throughout 2019. Fans of the show have flocked to Kyiv in recent months to experience first-hand one of the saddest chapters in modern European history. The city offers plenty more to see including the Hydropark (sat right on the beach) and the city’s array of counterculture nightclubs like Closer and D.Fleur.
the ruins of an ancient city at sunset
Amman, Jordan 🇯🇴
Jordan's stunning capital is a modern city with amazing ancient ruins. Brimming with delicious food and friendly locals. Best time to visit: Autumn/Spring when the weather isn't too hot.
an old building with a clock tower in the middle of it's center square
Charleroi, Belgium 🇧🇪
Painted in culture, cool venues and age-old atmosphere architecture, this city is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered.
people are surfing in the ocean near an old building
Tel Aviv, Israel 🇮🇱
An under-appreciated metropolis, Tel Aviv is rapidly growing as a travel hot-spot thanks to a bunch of new hotels and exciting developments. Famous for its city beaches and bustling nightlife, Tel Aviv is the perfect travel destination for those looking to try somewhere new. The Jaffa District (Old City) is the heartland of Tel Aviv. Here you’ll enjoy an array of trendy cafés and hipster boutiques, while the Neve Tzedek neighbourhood will open your eyes to the city’s arty side too.
many boats are docked in the water next to buildings and an old stone arch bridge
Marseille, France 🇫🇷
Marseille boasts stunning beaches, delicious food and a bustling cultural hub. A mixture of French and African culture makes this an exciting port city not to be missed. French hotspots like Nice and Paris grab the limelight, but Marseille is a vibrant city with plenty to offer for your vacation away. Want to chill out? Relax along Marseille’s beautiful beaches before having your fill of delicious local Mediterranean-style food.
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Beirut, Lebanon 🇱🇧
The capital of Lebanon is a contrast of old and new. An exciting city filled with history springs out from the shadow of its war-torn past. Beirut is known for its nightlife and you’ll love the many bars and nightclubs where patrons are always in the mood for dancing and celebration. B018, a nightclub founded in the 1980s to ease the stress of war is a local favourite.
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Verona, Italy 🇮🇹
The home of Shakespeare’s famous tragedy Romeo and Juliet, Verona is the 4th-most visited city in Italy. Beloved for its restaurant scene and range of dynamic boutiques, budget-friendly Verona is a prime destination for anyone looking to experience Italian food, shopping and culture. You can shop to your heart’s content at Centro Storico and enjoy a fascinating afternoon at Verona Arena. Don’t miss out visiting Juliet’s Balcony, which is said to have inspired Shakespeare’s play.