Lonely Planet, the largest publisher of travel guides in the world, has made a list of the most exciting new destinations to travel in 2016.
The first artificial lagoon, located in Wales, UK, is one of the most interesting sights that will be inaugurated in 2016, according to publisher Lonely Planet. With an estimated value of about 16 million, lagoon Snowdonia intended surfers, will open in spring 2016. It is 305 meters long and uses rainwater to produce waves every 60 seconds. The top have joined, among others, the Louvre Abu Dhabi and a new high-speed train in Japan. “Our experts have traveled the world tour to discover the extraordinary tourist attractions,” said director of Lonely Planet, Noirin Hagarty. In addition to new destinations, the list also includes old destinations under development, Akagera National Park in Rwanda, the new currency will be brought, and the Panama Canal, the expansion of which have invested approximately EUR 4.58 billion.
And the new Louvre museum complex, built in Abu Dhabi, whose inauguration will take place this year, entered the list drawn up by specialists. Futuristic building, the dome will be located on an artificial lake and will house works of art from different eras, from the Buddhist engravings, paintings in oil Italian. Also in 2016 will be inaugurated a new building of Tate Modern art gallery in London. It will have 10 floors and will be open from June 17.