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The Most Unforgettable Destinations From the Bachelor Franchise

Sorry, Chris Harrison; this article isn’t based on the “most dramatic moments in Bachelor history.” We’re focusing on the coolest places the contestants have visited while filming the show.

We won’t lie; the destinations seem amazing. (Before hometown dates, Becca’s landing spots included Park City, Utah; Las Vegas, Nevada; Richmond, Virginia; and Nassau, Bahamas.) Here are the coolest spots the show took their contestants recently, in our opinion. These are the places we’d visit in a heartbeat.

Ben’s season: Mexico City, Mexico

Our favorite bachelor traveled to Mexico City with the final 11 women. Highlights included visiting the ancient city of Teotihuacan, cooking authentic fare in a local restaurant, and walking the runway during Mexico City’s fashion week.

Why you should visit: the thriving art scene, legendary nightlife, and flavorful cuisine (street tacos, tamales, and more)

JoJo’s season: Punta Del Este, Uruguay

The show opted for this gorgeous, under-the-radar destination in South America, where JoJo swam with seals, walked on the gorgeous beaches, and went cliff jumping.

Why you should visit: the unspoiled beaches, friendly locals, historic 18th-century architecture, and Anthony Boudain’s favorite sandwich, the chivito, a massive steak variety with melted cheese

Nick’s season: Lapland, Finland

This winter wonderland hosted Nick for a helicopter ride with reindeer views, an insanely cold ice bath, and other wintertime activities.

Why you should visit: its 39 national parks packed with wildlife, vibrant Northern Lights, and steamy sauna culture

Rachel’s season: Rioja, Spain

The bachelorette stomped grapes in the Rioja region and explored the area of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, where Game of Thrones filmed for season seven.

Why you should visit: The region is home to the country’s most famous vineyards; you can participate in the Running of the Bulls and tour the bucket-list city of Barcelona.

Arie’s season: Tuscany, Italy

What better place to enjoy pizza and a picnic than Italy? Arie also hunts for truffles and attends the opera during his time in Tuscany.

Why you should visit: its history of art and science, charming villages, and award-winning wine

What’s your dream destination?

By Ali Harrison // Photo courtesy of ABC/Paul Hebert

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