The most desirable holiday destinations 2023 that we all want to visit this year

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Are you interested in which are the top holiday destinations in 2023? Then check out the hottest five.

The online platform Conde Nast has prepared a selection of the most hot destinations for 2023 and we. we are already looking for plane tickets.

Holiday destinations 2023: Dubai

There is never a shortage of reasons to visit Dubai. Undoubtedly the most popular city in the Arabian Peninsula, it is known for its luxurious lifestyle, stunning architecture and amazing sights such as Palm Jumeriah – an artificial palm-shaped island dotted with luxury hotels and homes. There is really no shortage of luxury here.

From the tallest building in the world – Burj Khalifa, to a newly opened luxury hotel Atlantis The Royal on the said Palm. Shoppers will love the Dubai Mall, one of the largest shopping centers in the world with more than 1,200 stores, while beach lovers will love the soft sandy shore dotted with sun loungers and bars.

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Holiday destinations 2023: Sydney

Australia opened its borders months ago after a long time and allowed all tourists to visit again. With the new opening of the country, there is no end in sight to the possibilities of exploration, and Australians place great emphasis on sustainability and local communities.

Thus, the Sydney Modern Project, which focuses on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, came to life as part of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

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Holiday destinations 2023: Argentina

Argentina is also worth visiting, also thanks to the many innovations. He opened his doors in Mendoza SB Winemaker's House and Spa Suites, set within a 100-year-old estate with art, exceptional cuisine and a focus on the Ruj drop.

What's new in Buenos Aires? The revolutionary Kōnā Corner, which is the work of renowned Argentinian chef Narda Lepes and her great passion for all things Japanese.

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Vacation destinations 2023: New York

It's hard to imagine a real travel list without New York! After the US lifted the measures and opened its doors to all tourists, it's the last time to jump into the big apple. There is no shortage of news. From the renewed image of the Chelsea Hotel, to the trendy NoMad Hotel, which is part of the Ritz-Carlton chain.

While wandering around the city, pop into Brooklyn's Place des Fêtes, which, with its innovative approach to wine and snacks, belongs at the very top of the list of best New York restaurants. Nearby is Masalawala & Sons, the creation of Indian chef Chindan Pandya, where the inspiring flavors of the East are worth trying. End the evening on Broadway, which impresses with new shows and a museum.

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Holiday destinations 2023: Oslo

Not thinking about longer flights? Then Oslo will be perfect for you. The Norwegian capital is often overshadowed by gourmet Copenhagen or stylish Stockholm, but this year it ranks first among Scandinavian destinations. One reason is the new, vibrant Hotel Sommerro in the heart of the city's Frogner neighborhood.

Designed with a 1930s philosophy, the 231-room accommodation touches on the glamor of the era with tasteful hand-knotted carpets, inlaid wooden headboards and decorative chandeliers. With seven bars and restaurants, including Tak Oslo, a Nordic-Japanese restaurant and the only rooftop restaurant in the city, the hotel has become a leading star for trendy urban foodies.

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