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FOUR REGIONS THAT ARE NOW READY FOR THE SPOTLIGHT.
WE'VE GOT THE TRAVEL INFO, TO PROVIDE YOU WITH THE INSPO.
Question is, where will you be travelling to this year?
This landlocked northwestern corner of Italy - former Savoy stronghold, 20th-century industrial powerhouse - is adept at playing to its strengths but, hasn't over the years, been the best at selling its considerable charms and idiosyncrasies to visitors.
However, with a very special self-portrait of Leonardo da Vinci squirrelled away in the city's library, sublimely remote Alpine walking trails and a handful of exquisitely bucolic villages and valleys offering up arguably Italy's best red wines, it might not be just the savvy, art-fiend travellers secret for much longer.
Northern Peru is home to some of the oldest cultures on the continent and some of the wildest landscapes in the world.
This region is an impressive distillation of what makes South American travel spectacular - but, in their dash to the south, many travellers bypass the great north.
As Machu Picchu reaches tourist capacity year-on-year, authorities have been implementing more travel infrastructure in the north. Cable cars now run at Kuélap to make the citadel more accessible, whilst the number of flights from Lima to the north, have further been increased, making 2019, the perfect time to visit this unjustly under-explored region.
At the spiritual heart of Australia's Red Centre is the country's most recognised natural wonder, Uluru.
In 2019, this sacred site is finally closing to climbers, almost 150 years after explorers to decided to 'conquer the rock'. Instead, visitors will find that this World Heritage site - recognised for its outstanding natural and cultural values - conquers them.
Previously used for climbing, art installations and other creative activations, it's finally time to view the traditional custodians of The Red Centre and see the desert with new eyes, from a new location.
Manitoba, is quite literally, at the centre of everything. It's the geographical middle of Canada and a crucial point of encounter.
The capital city has retained its multicultural flavour, with over a quarter of its population having recently immigrated from nations as varied as the Philippines, Nigeria and India.
Further north, near the township of Churchill, the province acts as an important crossroads for the country's megafauna - wandering bears and exploring whales. If that isn't a reason worthy enough to result in a visit, we don't know what is.