Bucket List For 2015: Hyderabad Among World's Must-See Places

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 28 November 2014, 12:28 Hrs
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BENGALURU: December is around the corner and people all over the world are ready to party to their hearts content. De-stress yourself while you recall the long year you have been through and plan for the bright years to come. National Geographic TravelerThis holiday season is the most exciting time of the year which gives us all the ample time we need. And this is the best time which is apt to take a trip to a place which you have always longed to be to. The list of places might be too long and it is quite a task to pick one place over the others.

To get us out of that ambiguous state over selection of places, National Geographic Traveler presents the New Year's must-see places. According to yahoo these places will send you packing in a jiffy. The list consolidates a variety of places which are must visits for the travel lovers, for this season. From India’s literary hub to Switzerland’s mountain majesty— Check out this ‘Bucket List’ compiled by National Geographic Traveler.

Also Read: Hyderabad Is Second Best Place In World One Should See In 2015: Magazine
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