VISA-Free Countries You Need To Visit Now
The American passport can get you virtually anywhere around the world, with access to over 160 places, including European nations.
Here are some visa-free countries you can mark for your next travel.
Europe never fails to make it on top of anyone's travel bucket list. Just recently, the European Commission is planning to extend visa-free travel for people from countries like Turkey, Ukraine, Georgia and Kosovo. Tourists will be able to travel freely within the 26 Schengen countries for three months, but would still require a visa to enter Britain.
Austria is one of the Schengen member countries Americans can visit. Cities in Austria offer a wide range of cultural experiences, from museums to amazing festivals. Also, tourists can take the perfect "walking holiday" in many Austrian sites including St. Anton am Arlberg, Kitzbuhel, Wildschonau Valley, Zell am See-Kuprun and The Alpbach Valley to name a few.
The United Arab Emirates is becoming one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Its famous and most populous city, Dubai, is best known for its soaring skyscrapers, vacation islands, world-famous attractions, shopping districts and festivals.
Some of the places to visit are the island Palm Jumeirah, the famous hotel Burj Al Arab, the world's tallest building Burj Khalifa and its famous observation deck, and the Ski Dubai among others.
The jungles of South Africa are a popular travel destination for those who are adventurous and are wildlife enthusiasts. Places to visit are the scenic port city Cape Town, Johannesburg, the surfing city Durban, Port Elizabeth and Kimberley. Kruger National Park is also a famous reserve and safari.
In the Southeast Asian region, Malaysia is one of the most popular places to visit. Malaysia is home to sprawling rain forests and rich natural sites, which are abundant in Kota Kinabalu (Sabah) region, as well as modern structures like the Petronas Tower in Kuala Lumpur.
Argentina is one popular country to visit in the South American continent. Travelers can feast on the country's legendary steak and catch a glimpse of the glaciers and the peaks of the Andes. Argentina is also famous for its vineyards and grasslands.