作为一个去过至少50个国家的旅行者,去多少次都不会厌倦的国家是哪三个?
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As a traveler who''s been to at least 50 countries, could you choose 3 that you think you would never tire of no matter how many times you visited?

作为一个去过至少50个国家的旅行者,去多少次都不会厌倦的国家是哪三个?


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Nicos Hadjicostis, Author and World-Traveler who explored over 100 countries
This is a good and tricky question.
It does not ask “which three countries did you like most?” We are to deal with the important issue of “never tire of, irrespective of how many times you visit.” So we are searching for three countries whose gifts are so inexhaustible, that a human lifetime does not suffice to capture.
So size is important. Extraordinary and full of wonders Japan and New Zealand though they may be (two countries that come up on many lists), they are in the end small countries. And even though the magnificent Japanese culture may be inexhaustible, and can never be completely captured with multiple visits, the natural beauty and extent of the country can, because it is small.
Natural and cultural diversity is also important. The widest the range of different landscapes, and the wealthier the history and culture(s) of a country, the more time, effort and energy is required to unveil its hidden treasures.
Having in mind the above, here’s my list of the three most inexhaustible countries in order of inexhaustibility:

这个问题很好,但是也很棘手。它并没有问“哪三个国家是你最喜欢的?”而是“你去多少次都不会觉得厌倦”。所以我们需要找三个天赋无限的国家,一个人一辈子可能都无法全部体验完。
所以大小就变得很重要了。独特而又充满奇观的日本和新西兰可能可以上榜,但是都属于小国。或许日本的文化是无穷尽的,可能玩几次是不足以完全捕捉的,但是其自然之美是可以体验完的,因为日本很小。
自然和文化多样性也很重要。不同的自然景观越是广大,历史和文化越是丰富,那么我们就需要花费更多的时间和精力去探索其隐藏的宝藏。
根据以上几点,我列出了以下三个国家:



3. USA
While the USA is not as culturally diverse as Indonesia and China, neither does it claim their centuries-old rich history, it still has something unique: the widest range of landscapes and natural wonders concentrated in a single country. From the tropical regions of Florida to the forested mountains of Vermont, from the bayous of Louisiana to the prairies of Iowa, from the Mediterranean climate of California to the red rock otherworldly landscapes of Utah, the USA has the most wide-ranging natural diversity on the planet. But that’s not even the most important aspect of these landscapes: Many of the wonders of the US to be found in these diverse regions, such as the famous Grand Canyon, the Arches, or Yellowstone, are part of the most extended and extremely well-organized system of state and national parks in the world – almost 11,000 in total.
Even if you visit twenty such parks a year, you will need over 500 years to visit all of them! Add to all these, the unique multi-cultural bustling cities of the country, such as New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, whose immigrant enclaves literally bring the entire world within their city limits, and you quickly realize that the USA is an interlixed set of many infinite microcosms that are scattered throughout the country. Moreover, the indigenous Indian cultures, such as the Hopi and Navajo, still retain traces of their rich ingenious cultures. While many of these traditions are quickly fading, monuments, such as the Anasazi ruins are still to be marveled at by travelers. For these reasons and more, no one visit could ever be enough to capture the breadth and depth of the USA, and you could spend a lifetime exploring it.



Nicos Hadjicostis
I agree, Stewart. Not easy to pick the top 3, but surely India is up there in the top too. The only issue with India is that it is not a travel destination for everybody, and multiple visits may be demanding for many.

我赞同。前三名很难排,但是印度绝对也是靠前的。印度的问题是不是所有人都想去,所以去多次那就更不可能了。

Michael Meraner, Travelled to over 100 countries
So far, I have been to 103 countries. Many amazing places, some disappointing places. But here are the three countries I always want to go back to and the reason why:
Japan
Everything is different in Japan. You can buy hot food, drinks and even underwear from vending machines. You can’t smoke cigarettes in the open but it’s allowed inside of bars and restaurants. It is so developed and modern and yet so deeply rooted in culture. It is just amazing! And don’t even get me started on the food. And the friendly people.
Brazil
Life happens on the beach in Brazil - especially in Rio de Janeiro. And life is good. In the morning, you can just walk down to the beach, do some excercises and enjoy the perfect temperatures. When lunchtime approaches, there are plenty of food options everywhere. And after lunch it is time for the first Caipirinha. And then later you can maybe have two or three more before you head off to a Samba party.
Spain
Good weather, good food and a good fiesta. Spain has got it all. You can spend your days outside, eating tapas and drinking a good glass of wine. Later in the day, you can head to a flamenco bar to watch the locals dance. Life just feels a little easier here than elsewhere.
Check out my guide about Sevilla, an amazing city in the south of Spain or my list of the top 10 countries on the planet.

目前为止,我已经去过103个国家。有很多很棒的地方,也有一些令人失望的地方。但是以下三个国家是我经常想去的:
日本。日本的一切都不一样。你可以从自动售货机里买到热的食物,饮料,甚至是内裤。你不能在露天吸烟,却可以在酒吧和餐馆里吸烟。日本非常发达和现代,却又文化深厚。真是太棒了!还有日本的食物就更棒了。还有那里友好的人们。
巴西。生活发生在巴西的海滩上,尤其是里约的海滩。而且是好生活。早晨,你可以沿着沙滩走,做做运动,享受那里宜人的气候。午餐时间,到处都是吃的。午饭后,来一杯巴西鸡尾酒。然后去参加桑巴派对之前,你可以再喝个两三杯。
西班牙。天气好,食物好,还有狂欢节,这些西班牙都具备。你可以去吃tapas,喝红酒。然后去当地酒吧看舞蹈表演。这里的生活更轻松惬意。
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