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By Gwendolyn Shearman | Staff Writer 

June 20, 2017, at 9:00 a.m.

The World's 30 Best Places to Visit in 2018

Plan your dream vacation to one of these superlative destinations. The world is full of diverse destinations that are waiting to be explored. But with so many options, it can be hard to narrow down your bucket list.

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Adventure is worthwhile

In order to help you put together your 2018 travel bucket list, Business Insider asked the world's most esteemed travel experts for the one destination everyone should visit in the new year.

Including three experts who simply couldn't pick just one location, their answers have been compiled into a list of must-see places to visit in 2018.

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100 trips everyone should take in their lifetime

No matter how many countries you've been to, there's always somewhere new to discover.

But with so many cultures, countries, and landscapes to explore, it's hard to prioritise one dream destination over another.

Business Insider UK asked 20 top travel bloggers and writers/editors from the likes of Lonely Planet, Suitcase, and Airbnb for the top five destinations they've ever visited — or the ones that are at the top of their bucket list.

Based on their advice, we've compiled a list of must-see places across the globe that everyone should visit in their lifetime. 

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Malta

Soak up some culture in Valletta, Malta

Portugal

Catch a wave along the Alentejo Coast, Portugal

Indonesia

Sail to Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia

Seville

Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, Seville.

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Take a road trip to Gullfoss, Iceland.

"If you can (weather permitting), hire a car and take your time. Four hours out of the capital city, in any direction, you get a sense of isolation. The culture still has many components which hark back to Iceland’s small hamlets when people lived off the land and sea

You don’t have to be rich to travel well

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Around the world in a hot air balloon

For the past four years, New Zealander Andrew Parker has been travelling the world with his hot air balloon as part of an inspiring project that aims to spread cultural diversity and promote children’s rights to education.

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