However, the appeal of Havana is simply undeniable. The temperatures were almost always at perfect, the food was even better than you might imagine, and the salsa, blues and cubano dances filled the air at night.
6. Curacao, The Netherlands
This beautiful Dutch island is constantly ranked on the list of the most colorful places on Earth by its beautiful pastel-colored houses.
The weather in this warm tourist paradise is quite stable, and even the hurricane season rarely rains. Snorkelling around the coral reefs on the island is probably the most popular activity for tourists and locals alike.
If you’re wondering what nightlife is like, here’s a fusion of Dutch and Caribbean culture. Let it be up to your imagination before you arrive here.
7. Loja, Ecuador
If you want a break from the cold but don’t like the idea of a sizzling beach break, keep an eye out for Loja. Nestled in a valley, Loja has perfect weather all year round. This means it’s never too hot and never too cold. That’s probably why this warm tourist paradise is one of the happiest in Ecuador.
Loja is relatively small but offers beautiful music festivals, art galleries and colonial architecture. The locals are friendly, the views of the mountains are amazing, and are emotionally relaxed.
8. Merida, Mexico
If you want to soak in the local way of life, skip to Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Tulum, and head to the state capital Yucatan. Filled with Mayan ruins and Spanish