What are some of the best places in the world to travel?

What are some of the best places in the world to travel?

What are some of the best places in the world to travel?

When traveling, you don’t have to visit the Statue of Liberty, the Colosseum in Rome, the Eiffel Tower, and Saint Peter’s Basilica. We don’t want to downplay their importance, but you must know where these places are. So, we wanted to write an essay about less popular tourist spots around the world that aren’t usually listed as “must-sees” in travel books.

Even though many of them are tourist spots, anyone can enjoy them while traveling. Some have legendary settings, while others have perfect beaches or natural wonders that are known all over the world. The order doesn’t matter; they are all great and have special qualities. Let’s imagine a time when we can go virtually everywhere without worrying about breaking the law.

1. Ahu Tongariki on Easter Island

You’ve probably heard of this mysterious island and, in particular, Ahu Tongariki, a symbol of Easter Island worldwide. It is the biggest building on the island and the biggest place of worship in all of Polynesia. Fifteen movies, traditional sculptures from Rapa Nui, are set up on a platform about 100 meters long. A real piece of architecture and one of the most magical places to watch the sunrise on Easter Island.

2. Stonehenge

Stonehenge is more than just the biggest circle of stones in the world and one of the oldest buildings ever built (5,000 BC). Since no one knows what this building is for, it also refers to one of the most mysterious places in the world. It may have been a cemetery, place of worship, stargazing spot, or sign of peace between tribes. In any case, we think you should go by yourself and never stop taking in the mystery and spirit of the place.

3.Pyramid of the Sun

This icon stands for Teotihuacán, an important archaeological site north of Mexico City. People notice the Pyramid of the Sun because it is so big, and it is especially true when you are standing right in front of it and getting ready to climb the more than 240 steps to the 63-meter peak. Even though the Pyramid of the Sun is the most important building in this huge city that people lived in thousands of years ago, you shouldn’t miss these other places of interest: Take into account the weather and the number of sunny days. Bring a bottle of water, sunglasses, and sunscreen if you plan to spend a lot of time outside in this part of Mexico.

4. Blue Mosque

Getting close to the Blue Mosque is one of those once-in-a-lifetime things you’ll never forget. The most important mosque in Istanbul is also one of the most beautiful on the outside and inside. Outside, a beautiful piece of architecture with majesty domes, arches, and six minarets stands out. We do, however, suggest that you see the inside. Looking up, you can see that more than 20,000 blue tiles cover the main dome and the top of the building. 

5.Cao Cristales

This river in Colombia is one of the most beautiful in the world and a real natural wonder. It is sometimes called the “river of five colors” because its water has shades of yellow, green, red, blue, and black. Come on; a rainbow of colors will make you want to take a picture. It is found almost everywhere in Colombia, with a lot of light, color, and subtlety.

6.Tatacoa Desert

As was already said, Colombia is a country with many differences, and the Tatacoa desert, one of the driest parts of Paris, is more proof of this. The green cactuses that grow randomly in the more than 300 square kilometers of desert stand out against the brown and gray colors of the landscape.

7. China’s Great Wall

We didn’t see one of the world’s most gorgeous spots and a must-see in China. The Great Wall of China is a modern wonder. A thousand years ago, it was built to defend the Chinese dynasty. There are many places to see the Great Wall of China, but those closest to Beijing are the easiest for tourists to visit (Beijing). There are eight countries. Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Victoria Falls are three of them. These beautiful falls, one of the largest in the world, are on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. It’s twice as wide as Niagara Falls and 108 meters tall.

9. Machu Picchu in Peru

Peru is often considered among Latin America’s most attractive tourist destinations. Machu Picchu is one of the wonders of the modern world, and we are talking about it. We know we said we’d go to some less popular tourist spots, but when it comes to Machu Picchu, I’d like to go a little further.Arrive in the most daring way possible. The only road worth taking is the famous Camino del Inca. To see the aboriginal culture that this country protects, you have to walk for four days. Visit Pisac, Ollantaytambo, and Chinchero to learn more about your area. These three nearby cities have scenery that is as good as or better than Machu Picchu. It is undeniably one of the destinations where visitors have the most options. If you want to, you can read this article to find out more about going to Peru.

10.Dubai, UAE 

Dubai is a popular place to go on vacation for people who like to be pampered and look good. Going to Dubai is unlike going to any other cheap places listed in travel books. There is no other hotel like the Burj Al Arab in the entire world. The Al Farooq Mosque is widely regarded as one of the world’s finest examples of Islamic architecture. Currently, the Burj Khalifa has the title of the highest skyscraper on Earth. What interests me most is the cultural shock people who have never been to the UAE feel when they go there.

11.Jordan’s Petra

The Nabataeans, an Arab tribe, built Petra out of rocks more than 2,000 years ago. Because of where it was, it became a big city that connected places along the legendary Silk Road. It was also close to other places, leading to China, southern Arabia, Greece, and Rome. In other words, because it was in such a good place, it had no choice but to grow into a big city at the time.


Sophia Amelia is the New York Times Bestselling Author. Writing stories to inspire young minds. Celebrating the power of words & imagination through my books. Join me on my journey to creating stories that will capture your imagination and captivate your heart.

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