Travel guide and information provider Lonely Planet released its list of the top 10 cities around the world to travel to in 2019, in a combination of suggestions and comments of its researchers and experts.
From the tropical paradise of United States' Miami to South China's innovative city Shenzhen, the list provides a plethora of exciting places for visitors to explore in this new year.
Now let's see what Lonely Planet has recommended to us for this year's travel planning.
Tourists walk through the ruins of the ancient Roman site of Volubilis, near the town of Moulay Idriss Zerhounon in Morocco's north central Meknes region. [Photo/VCG]
游客在古罗马遗址瓦鲁比利斯的废墟中穿行。瓦鲁比利斯位于摩洛哥北部中心的梅克内斯区域，与Moulay Idriss Zerhounon小镇相邻。
Wander through the Old Town's bright marble streets to discover cool bars and cafes, innovative museums and restaurants that will easily connect travelers to the local life and culture.[Photo/VCG]
Smart, progressive and loaded with creative energy, Seattle is rarely out of the global spotlight.
One of Africa's most dynamic cities, Dakar offers a dizzying mix of sun-kissed beaches, colorful markets and nightclubs where revelers emerge into the early-morning light at this tropical landscape.
The Mexican capital has witnessed centuries of architectural design and artistic movements. As the creative class rises, they embrace the influence of centuries-old traditions, proving that design is an effective tool for economic, social and cultural development.
Historic sites are being returned to their former glory, and moves to calm the city after the 2015 earthquake have made Kathmandu more livable than it has been in decades.
Famed for its beautiful beaches and buzzing nightlife, Miami has long captivated travelers seeking a slice of tropical paradise while the rest of North America shivers.
Elegant yet easygoing, Novi Sad basks in the limelight, defying its second-city status and boldly living up to its moniker, the Serbian Athens.
Drawn to its new design openings and tech innovation, creatives are swarming to Shenzhen from all over the world. Shenzhen now has an indie music scene, cool cafes, craft brewers and a whole new arts district for those creative minds.
As the capital and most populous city of Denmark, Copenhagen is the cultural, economic and governmental center of the country, attracting visitors due to the city's harbor, cultural attractions and award-winning restaurants.