Breathtaking travel pics show dream holiday destinations to book after pandemic

THESE stunning travel pictures showcase the ideal getaway to book once coronavirus is a distant memory.

As the choice can be tricky, award winning photography firm CEWE has released a collection of breathtaking snapshots to try and help make up your mind.







The pictures were submitted as part of the travel and culture category of last year's CEWE Photo Award, which aims to celebrate the best in photography around the world.

They showcase the world's different cultures and stunning landscapes, ranging from a mythical and romantic setting under the stars in Manarola, Italy, to one night in downtown Tokyo, to an individual balancing precariously on a boat in Myanmar.

The explosion of colours that Asia has to offer can entice potential holidaymakers to try new destinations and hidden gems.

This year's competition has recently launched and anyone can enter – regardless if you are a budding amateur photographer or a seasoned professional.

Entrants are asked to submit photos that are in line with theme "Our world is beautiful."

Photographers can enter different categories – from aerial shots, landscapes to travel and culture. Entries must be submitted by May 2021.

Clare Moreton, photo expert at CEWE UK, said: “Now more than ever before, photos are connecting people from around the globe, so it’s a great time to be launching the fourth edition of the CEWE Photo Award.

"With 448,152 photos submitted last year, the CEWE Photo Award is now the world’s largest photo competition and we are looking forward to sharing lots more beautiful images from photography enthusiasts from across the world this year," she said.

CEWE is Europe's leading photo printing company and the firm is dedicated to helping people share their memories by producing millions of personalised photo products each year.

The award-winning CEWE PHOTOBOOK has been voted the best in the world by experts at the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA).















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