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Destinations To Visit Based On Your Personality Type

By Bianca Lambert

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Every person has their unique way of traveling that is based on their personality. Whether you’re a person that loves their quiet time or a someone that enjoys taking on new and adventurous challenges, some cities are perfect for your personality type. We’ve compiled a list of places for five different personality types below.

The Foodie

Tuscany, Italy

They say food nourishes the body and the soul. Tuscookany offers the foodie a chance to relax on the countryside cities of Tuscany: Bellorcia, Casa Ombuto or Torre del Tartufo while giving guests the opportunity to learn how to cook classic Mediterranean and Italian dishes on-site without ever having to leave the property.

The Thrill Seeker

Cerro Negro, Nicaragua

If you’re a thrill seeker, you’ve likely already jumped out of a plane, zip lined, or scuba dived with the fish. Now it’s time to head to Cerro Negro, Nicaragua and not only climb an active volcano (that hasn’t erupted since 1999) but surf down the 728-meter high volcano in less than 3 minutes.

The Introvert

Tulum, Mexico


Tulum is a fan favorite of many travelers looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of a major city. With boutique hotels like Be Tulum offering beautiful suites that offer tranquil decor, indigenous spa treatments, and exceptional service, this location is an introvert’s paradise.

The Hopeless Romantic

Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

Whether you’re rolling solo or with a bae, this sleepy town located just two hours away from San Francisco miles, you (and bae if you’d like) can have a drink at Folktale Winery or stay in and have an organic meal with picturesque views at the Bernardus Lodge & Spa.

The Artist

Barcelona, Spain
You don’t have to step into a museum to see the art in the city, but you can’t go to Barcelona without visiting the Picasso Museum or listening to music while getting your art fix at the “living museum” Museu Europeu d’Art Modern.

The Wellness Guru

Sedona, Arizona

Many hotels are offering transformative experiences for their guests and you don’t have to travel to internationally for the experience. So before booking a flight to Bali, give Sedona a try. Check your worries, you phone, and work at the Enchantment Resort doors. If you’re looking to clear your head on a hike or enjoy the perks of your all-inclusive 3, 4 or 7-night spa package at Mii Amo — you are the captain of your trip to self-care.

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