If there’s one thing this lockdown and Coronavirus pandemic has taught us, it’s that there’s more to this world than meets the eye, and many of us are missing out. While on lockdown, a lot of people are having regrets about not traveling while it was still safe to do so. However, we must all keep a positive spirit and believe that everything will be okay eventually.
While the good is still yet to come, now would be a great time to stay at home and plan some of the places you can visit once quarantine has been lifted. Here are some places you shouldn’t miss out on next time.
Italy is one of the hardest hit places by Covid-19. The death toll goes beyond the thousands and there’s still more each day. One of the reasons why the virus spread heavily was that the people from Italy are close-knit, meaning they are always together, resulting in fast transmission.
Many are hoping that the country will recover and that is most likely so. Once it does, be sure to visit this city that’s filled with historical landmarks and loving people. You’ll be helping out the country through tourism as well.
When it comes to action during the outbreak, many consider South Korea as one of the countries with the best responses. It was able to flatten out the curve in just a few weeks. That being said, South Korea has always been a hotspot for tourists so you should visit it as soon as possible.
The country has been very aggressive when it comes to promoting its tourism and culture. You can expect to be greeted with quite the ovation once you visit this place.
Another country that acted fast amidst the outbreak is Japan. Japan is also one of the largest tourist destinations in the world. While it may not have much to offer in terms of natural wonders, Japan makes up for it with its culture, lively locations, and friendly people. Be sure to brush up on your knowledge regarding Japan as there will be a lot to do.
It’s hard to say when the quarantine will be over but people have high hopes that we’ve passed through the worst. Hopefully, we can make ends meet and travel this lovely world once everything turns for the better again. Remember, the world is way larger than you think.