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If you don't already have travel plans for 2011, there is no shortage of advice. Everybody has a list of places that will perhaps be popular for the new year. Here are just a few suggestions from the experts:

-For the global traveler. Frommer's travel guides selected these top destinations for 2011: Kent Coast, England; Stockholm, Sweden; Ponza & the Pontine Islands, Italy; Santiago, Chile; Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Atlanta and the Civil War Trail; Nahanni National Park, Canada; Hokkaido, Japan; Taipei, Taiwan; Cesme peninsula, Turkey; and Doha, Qatar.

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-For the domestic traveler. According to a survey by Travel Leaders Group, a corporate travel group, the top U.S. destinations for 2011: Las Vegas, Orlando, Alaska (cruise), Honolulu/Maui, Hawaii, New York, Washington, Hawaii (cruise), San Francisco, Chicago and Phoenix.

-For those in need of a spiritual lift. CheapFlights.com offers top destinations for inspirational travel in 2011: China, the Great Wall; Morocco, 100km Challenge; India, Holi Festival; New York Marathon; Europe via the Orient Express; Mount Everest, Nepal; Tour de France; Namibia; Pakistan and Oaxaca, Mexico.

-For the cruise traveler. Frommer's best cruise ships for 2011: Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas; Celebrity's Solstice, Equinox and Eclipse; Seabourn's Sojourn and Odyssey; Silversea's Spirit, Shadow and Whisper; Norwegian's Jewel, Jade, Pearl and Gem; Cunard's Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria; and Celebrity's Millennium, Constellation, Infinity and Summit.

So what's on your list for 2011?

Photo: The San Alfonso Del Mar resort is about 60 miles west of Santiago, Chile. The seaside resort boasts the world's largest swimming pool. Getty Images.

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