If you’re not sure where to travel on your holidays next year, listen up.
Lonely Planet has revealed its top 10 countries to visit in 2017 - and, perhaps unsurprisingly, Canada has been named as number one.
The country was closely followed by Colombia, Finland, Dominica and Nepal.
Canada was named as the top place to visit in 2017 because of its “dynamic cities that dominate global livability indices and a reputation for inclusiveness and impeccable politeness”.
Additionally, a weak Canadian dollar is pushing down prices, meaning visitors from overseas “should have plenty of pocket money to spend on Canada’s exciting fusion food and mysteriously underrated wine”.
Here are the countries that made the cut.