11. Blue Lagoon, Iceland
If you're looking to recharge, this geothermal spa is the place for you. Using the forces of nature, this spa will promote your physical wellness and energy. You might as well spend some of the best years of your life feeling great.
Here you can swim with thousands of jellyfish and not worry about getting stung. This will only add on to that 20's notion you have of being invincible.
This is a destination that is slowly gaining popularity, as it should. Its a bit like travelling into a time warp, but that the whole splendour. Your metabolism hasn't nosedived yet, meaning you can eat ALL the Cuban food you can force into your mouth while you are there.
This is a place that is beautiful in the blistering summer heat, and absolutely breathtaking in the winter, when it is covered in fluffy, white snow. Its one of those places you "have to see because you're young and you can".
This is a travel destination that anyone who paid attention in their sixth grade history class will remember. Not only is the sheer size and structure of the wall astounding, the view is absolutely incredible. When you're in your 30s, you can say you travelled the world AND you learned something other than how many shorts you can do in a row.
Penguins. Not enough of a reason for you? (Really, penguins aren't enough for you?) Well, this isn't your typical party spot. Instead, its a place more removed from society, which makes it the best place to try to discover yourself.
Only a short two hour ride from Bohemia and Prague, this is a hidden gem in central Europe. Travel here and do something you cant back home, like rafting down the beautiful Vlatva River.
Carnival is said to be the biggest party in the world. Millions of people flock to Brazil each year to enjoy fantastical parades, endless music and delicious food. For anyone looking to experience the true meaning of celebration, this is as wild as it gets.
Not every moment of your twenties should be spent drinking. This is a destination less about booze and more about a culturally rich European area. Bodo is a quaint, seaside town in Norway that happened to have an incredible view of the Northern Lights.