Lonely Planet's travel destinations for 2023

Lima, Peru - Lima is listed as the first place to visit in 2023 in the "eat" category. The capital city of Peru has earned a fantastic reputation with foodies in recent years. 

Lima is known for its fresh seafood - If you love ceviche, you need to try the Peruvian take on the dish; after all, the city is known for its fresh seafood.

Umbria, Italy - Umbria is a fantastic region in Italy to explore for foodies.

The best cured meats - Umbria, which shares a border with the well-known regions of Tuscany and Lazio, is home to many culinary delights. 

Nova Scotia, Canada - Regarding the "journey" category, Lonely Planet has put the province of Nova Scotia in Canada at the top of its list. 

Much to explore in Nova Scotia - From Peggy's Cove to the Cabot Trail, the Bay of Fundy or the gorgeous town of Lunenburg, which has been declared a UNESCO World Hertiage Site.

Bhutan, Asia - If you are an avid hiker and like to be the first to check out new trails, then you will want to head to Bhutan in 2023.

The Trans Bhutan Trail - The 250-mile trail offers hikers amazing scenery and the opportunity to gain a unique perspective on Bhutan.

Dominica, Caribbean - Nope, not the Dominican Republic. Dominica, aka the Nature Island, is one of the Caribbean islands that is a little bit less well known.

Relax in the beauty of nature - Dominica is home to fabulous waterfalls and pristine beaches, making it the perfect place to kick back and unwind. 

Albania, Europe - Another top choice in Lonely Planet's "connect" category is Albania in Europe. 

Whatever you fancy, Albania seems to have it - Albania offers historic castles, delicious food, breathtaking mountains and spectacular beaches.

Accra, Ghana - If you want to connect with locals and the land you are visiting, Lonely Planet recommends you check out Accra in Ghana.

Accra is vibrant - From busy markets to community spaces and vibrant nightlife, Accra offers travellers a unique experience they won't soon forget.

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