List ranks top 10 cities to travel to in 2018


Travel website Lonely Planet released its annual list of the top cities to travel — and one city in the Midwest landed on the list for 2018.

Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel “ranks the hottest, must-visit countries, regions and cities for the year ahead. Drawing on the knowledge and passion of Lonely Planet’s staff, authors, and online community, it presents a year’s worth of inspiration to take travelers out of the ordinary and into the unforgettable – and firmly sets the travel agenda for 2018,” the website.

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The top 10 cities to travel to included Detroit, Michigan, Seville, Spain and Hamburg, Germany. The travel organization also ranks top ten countries, best value destinations, best culture trips for families and best new places to stay.

The top 10 cities to travel to in 2018 include:

1. Seville, Spain

2. Detroit, Michigan

3. Canberra, Australia

4. Hamburg, Germany

5. Kaohsiung, Taiwan

6. Antwerp, Belgium

7. Matera, Italy

8. San Juan, Puerto Rico

9. Guanajuato, Mexico

10. Oslo, Norway

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