English speakers often have a bad reputation as travelers because of their inability to speak other languages, but despite this fact, there are still many exciting places to visit that are incredibly accessible.
According to Forbes magazine, Europe offers many options, and Amsterdam is one of their first recommendations. Not only is it easy to fly into but it is also small enough to traverse quickly with plenty of beautiful sights along the way. As for language, about 90 percent of the population can have a conversation in English which should make things easy.
If flight time is not an issue, New Zealand also ranks highly and, according to Travel and Leisure, offers breathtaking views, untouched wilderness, and a rich history to explore. Although the accents and local dialect might seem strange, everyone there speaks English and the community is welcoming of foreigners interested in their country. When making plans to visit the island, don’t forget that the seasons are the opposite from North America – winter starts in June!