The World Events That You Should Travel For The Year 2017

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People don’t just travel because they want to spend a little vacation. There are also individuals who take some time off to witness global events that will happen in the world to be a part of the history. Check out the upcoming world events for 2017 that are worth it for your traveling venture.

1. 2017 Asian Winter Games

Venue: Sapporo Japan
Date: February 19-26, 2017

It is the third time that Sapporo will host the most awaited Asian Winter Games. You better start planning and booking the hotels near the Sapporo Dome as it will be the place where all the exciting Winter Games will be held.

2. Ferrari Land Opening

Venue: Tarragona, Spain
Date: April 07, 2017

It is the opening of the newest theme park called Ferrari Land. It will be a haven for all fast cars enthusiasts out there. It will be the home of the highest vertical accelerator across the continent of Europe. It is also the place where you can experience F1 racing as if you are a world class racer.

3. Total Solar Eclipse

Venue: Hopkinsville, Kentucky, USA
Date: August 21, 2017

This year, the perfect view of the total solar eclipse will be in Kentucky. You might think it is not worth the travel since you will only be able to witness the eclipse for just a couple of minutes but you are wrong. The eclipse is simultaneous with the Summer Salute Festival in Hopkinsville, so there is a lot of fun available even before the eclipse starts.

4. Belmond Andean Explorer Launch

Venue: Cuzco, Peru
Date: May 2017

Yes, there is a new train in town, but it is no ordinary train as it will drive you around the Andes. It is a world class train that you would be proud to be one of the first few people to ride it on its first run. A train equipped with an observation deck, beautiful lounges and a grand piano on board.

Set your schedules straight as you don’t want to miss these events that will make another mark in the history.

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