Lonely Planet Announces Best Places To Travel In 2019

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Prepare yourself for endless beaches, oodles of elephants and awe-inspiring rainforests because Sri Lanka has been named the top destination totravel to in 2019. Lonely Planet’s coveted annual guide has awarded the island in south Asia first place, while Germany places second and Zimbabwe takes third. Joe Bindloss, Lonely Planet’s destination editor for Sri Lanka, told HuffPost UK the country is
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