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Voting for the 2019 Times Travel Awards has opened, and South Africans are being encouraged to vote for Cape Town and South Africa to win.


Global (22 August 2019) – The Times Expert Traveller is hosting the 2019 Best of Travel awards and voting is open. The voting closes on the 4th of September 2019.

There are several categories to vote in, but the two most important are for Best City and Best Country. These are the two categories where South Africa are listed.

We are getting quite used to being voted in the top travel spots globally; now we have the power to make that happen again for 2019.

Best City

  • New York
  • Porto
  • Copenhagen
  • Berlin
  • Amsterdam
  • Bangkok
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Charleston
  • Sydney
  • Tokyo
  • London
  • Cape Town
  • Barcelona
  • Paris
  • Venice

Best Country

  • Spain
  • Mexico
  • Portugal
  • Japan
  • Croatia
  • New Zealand
  • Thailand
  • South Africa
  • France
  • Sri Lanka
  • USA
  • Italy
  • United Kingdom
  • Barbados
  • Australia
  • Greece
  • Canada

To place your votes, head over to the website here. We are holding thumbs that South Africa makes the cut and will keep you updated if we win.

Sources: The Times (Linked Above)
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