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This is the beginning of our 10-part series geared towards people in their thirties. These will be informative guides as best as possible anyways for those that want to travel and may or may not have the time to do it for a long term. Our goal is to allow you to travel safely within budget and to have fun.
When you’re in your teens and twenties the norm is for you to travel to take a gap year to see the world and to decide what you want to do with your life. When you get your thirties you’re expected to be married a family buys a house buy a car and be chained to your job.
Truly is the millennial generation those of us in our late twenties thirties late thirties maybe even early forties are changing the concept of who travels and win.
So let’s start out the series when traveling in your thirties with 10 must see places in your 30s.
- Caribbean. I know it’s a little cliche but the Caribbean offers couples and singles the opportunity to be carefree and a tropical environment. There are Endless Options such as all-inclusive at the Sands Resort or cruises.
- Paris. This is probably the most well-known and the most well-trodden location in Europe for couples in their thirties because let’s face it people go there for the experience of love hence the name city of love.
- Brazil. Going to Brazil on South American General can be a test because of the types of crimes that happened there but the thing to realize is it’s a poor country and you have to go with the flow with that kind of thing. But if you go armed with at least a little Spanish and Portuguese you will have a great time especially if you go during the festivals and the Catholic holidays.
- Monaco. This one is definitely for people in their 30s because by time you have the money and the vacation time built up this is a playground for The Wealthy but even if you’re not wealthy you can go there and enjoy the water enjoy the views and Gamble it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience no matter your budget.
- Sweden. I’m kind of partial to this country because I had a roommate who was from Sweden and after meeting his family and meeting people from that country you get the sense that it’s an open and welcoming society and much more educated than say the United States. Go and enjoy the old world charm.
- Switzerland. No list is complete without involving the neutral country of Switzerland. If you’re anything like me and you love chocolate this is the place to be. Unlike the United States where you can’t find very many handicraft type factories where they still make chocolate by hands you can and we’ll find this in Switzerland. Not to mention the cheese.
- Egypt. Even with the political chaos that’s been happening in the country over the past 20 years, the locals don’t let that deter from the tourist because they understand that the money that they get from the tourist industry help support the country so you’re always welcome no matter your nationality. Be sure to make a trip to the pyramids those have been around for two thousand years but for most people to once-in-a-lifetime experience.
- Africa. I keep the distinction between Egypt and Africa because they’re usually two different I guess check marks on a trip for a couple in their 30s and no trip to Africa is complete without doing a safari weather in a national park or out in the wilderness of the bush. If you can try to go to a park that is sanctioned and treats the animals with respect.
- Tokyo . Anyone that’s been to Japan in the past 20 years knows that for somebody in their thirties Tokyo is a great place to go because level sophistication comma the food is phenomenal of restaurants and Tokyo is becoming a premium in it place 4 a good scotch for a good bourbon or even a hand-rolled cigar.
- Cuba. This one I have not made personally I have not been there and I want to but I fear that our new president Trump he has talked about RI Banning Americans from entering Cuba. The rich culture that lives on Cuba is worth seeing. The hand rolled cigars the car is from the 1950s if you ever wanted to be in a car that is in great shape has been cared and loved for those of the cars to see.
Well, that’s pretty much it that is my top ten list of personal favorite places to go in my 30s and some I have not checked off my bucket list yet.
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