Our Seasonal Travel Guide On Where To Go In 2024


The start of the year sees the launch of the world’s longest cable-car ride in Dominica, ferrying passengers 6.6km from the Roseau Valley up to the steaming waters of the Boiling Lake.

Khiva, Uzbekistan

Khiva becomes the 2024 ‘Tourist Capital of the Islamic World’ in March. The 2024 opening of a high-speed rail network connecting it to the rest of Uzbekistan makes it a fantastic time to come. 


Spring is a good time to revisit Tbilisi's distinctive architecture, traditional wine culture, and beautiful bath houses as Georgian Airways resumes direct flights from London Gatwick to the capital.


The inaugural Malta Biennale welcomes contemporary art to Malta between March and May, with Valletta’s newly restored Grandmaster’s Palace serving as the main venue.

Brno, Czechia

Visit the Brno neighborhood of Žlutý kopec in March to explore its massive brick reservoirs and subterranean water tanks.

Texas, USA

The North American eclipse on 8 April is sparking celebrations across the continent, but one of the biggest is being held in Burnet, just outside Austin,

Northern Ireland

Derry-Londonderry's Bogside gets a new Peace Process Museum in late spring. This will be a wonderful addition to the city, as it bases its Troubles history on local stories.

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