Now, where did we put our passports?
2019 is drawing to a close, so naturally - as this cold, British weather sets in - we're starting to think about the alluring destinations we can visit next year.
While 2019 was all about the south of Italy, Mykonos and France, some vastly different places have been suggested by top travel experts for the places to be next year.
According to experts like The Travel Corporation (TTC) and Booking.com, next year, travellers will be considering sustainability, the chance to slow down and opting for the lesser-known, second-tier destinations rather than the obvious city or resort.
As Arjan Dijk, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Booking.com says: 'As we enter a new decade, we’ll see the travel industry respond to a more sustainable, inquisitive and technologically-advanced traveller through the development of products, services and functions that make it easier for everyone to experience the world.
'From identifying second cities to help combat over-tourism, to providing ever-more tailored travel recommendations and ensuring the most diverse selection of places to stay for customers across the globe, we want to ensure travellers are prepared, supported and excited by the prospect of travel into 2020 and far beyond.'
With this in mind, here's a list of the places the experts are suggesting you visit next year and the destinations rapidly appearing on people's 2020 bucket list: