We live in a world gifted with attractions that are wonderful beyond terms. All human being most likely dreams of viewing at least one of those locations in their life-time. It would not be suitable to just choose a World Most Beautiful Travel Places from the vast album of breathtaking attractions all over the world and call them the “best.” Come across at the Beautiful Travel Places below, and you will see elegance that fills up the eye and heats up the heart.
Wisteria Tunnel :
Cinque Terre, Italy :
The Cinque Terre is part of the coast in the Liguria region of Italy. The terraces built on the rugged landscape are a popular tourist attraction.
Tunnel Of Love, Ukraine :
Giant trees surround this old train tunnel located in Kleven, Ukraine. The magical-looking place is nicknamed “The Tunnel Of Love” by locals because it is a popular spot for couples to visit. Image Credit : www.amazingplacesonearth.com
River Kabul :
The classical Cophes is a 700 km long river that starts in the Sanglakh Range of the Hindu Kush Mountains in Afghanistan and ends in the Indus River near Attock, Pakistan. It is the main river in eastern Afghanistan and is separated from the watershed of the Helmand by the Unai Pass.
It passes through the cities of Kabul, Chaharbagh and Jalalabad in Afghanistan before flowing into Pakistan some 25 km north of the Pak-Afghan Border crossing at Torkham. The major tributaries of the Kabul River are the Logar, Panjshir, Kunar, Alingar, Bara and Swat rivers. Image Credit : Imran Schah
Oludeniz, Turkey :
Widely regarded as being home to the most photographed beaches anywhere in the Mediterranean, Olu Deniz is located on the cost of the Aegean Sea in south west Turkey.
Masses of crystal clear, stunning blue sea and white sandy beaches can be seen from almost any point in the town, but if you’re wanting to see the beauty from above, take off from Babadag Mountain, one of the most popular places in the world to paraglide from. Image Credit : 1 | 2 | 3
Taj Mahal, India :
Whilst the Taj Mahal may be a mausoleum in the Muslim religion, there is no doubting that it is a spectacular building that can be admired from people from all religions.
Taking around 30 years to be built, construction was completed in 1653 and remains today as one of the most illustrious religious buildings anywhere in the world. Image Credit : 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Santorini, Greece :
When you think of Greece, the first thing that so often comes to mind is beautiful white-washed stone houses with bright, electric blue roofs. Although there are many places in Greece that offer these views, none does it better than Santorini.
On the several small islands that make up Santorini, the majority of them line their cliff edges with these buildings, which when coupled with the fantastic beaches that the area offers, make for a picture perfect postcard image.
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Victoria Falls, Zambia / Zimbabwe :
The Zambezi River is the river that flows over the Victoria Falls and with the highest point being over 360 feet tall, they are some of the most dominant and prominent waterfalls anywhere in the world.
Since the turn of the 20th century, Victoria Falls have been a major tourist attraction in South Africa and are regularly seen as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of The World, more so than any other waterfall in the world. Image Credit : 1 | 2
Meteora, Greece :
The area of Meteora on the Greek mainland is a collection of six monasteries that were constructed on limestone rocks many centuries ago. Beautiful to look at both up close and from afar, each of the six Eastern Orthodox monasteries are still inhabited to this day. Image Credit : 1 | 2
Lava Streets, Monaco :
Still the most expensive street in the world, expect to pay at least 91.740 Euro($120,000) per sq/m on the iconic Avenue Princesse Grace for a modest apartment with one of the most spectacular views in the world. Image Credit : www.ethereo.tumblr.com
Geneva, Switzerland :
The shores of Lake Geneva have attracted visitors and invaders for millennia. The cheerful city of Geneva sits on the lake’s western shore, lofty snowcapped peaks creating a gorgeous backdrop on all sides. The city is perfect for exploring on foot; hire a bike to venture further.
At the top of any itinerary should be visits to Geneva’s lakefront and its famous fountain, the Flower Clock in the English Garden, St Peter’s Cathedral, Reformation Wall, Place Neuve and the birthplace of the UN. Image Credit : 1 | 2
Venice, Italy :
Venice is a small city, extremely concentrated, every corner, monument, Church or museum contains a piece of history, a tale, a way to say or a tradition, not to be counted all the news and events that daily the city offers to citizens and visitors.
Surf into the contents of our pages, discover the history of Venice, museums, monuments, Churches, theatres, you will find all the curiosities and peculiarities that make Venice a unique city, the way to say, feasts, international appointment as Carnival, the Redemption and the Historic regatta, as well as local happening, as brick a brack markets and amateurs regattas to make Venice so special. Image Credit : 1 | 2
San Francisco, USA :
San Francisco was largely defined by the Gold Rush of 1849, but continues to be reinvented every few years. Innovation and entrepreneurship are synonymous with the city and its neighbour, Silicon Valley. The area is most famous for technology, witnessing the dot-com craze and crash, Web 2.0 mania, and the rise of social networking and the smartphone. But San Francisco is still a great place to enjoy all manner of unplugged activities. Walk along the uninterrupted waterfront, through the renovated, foodie-adored Ferry Building, across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, up the quad-busting inclines to Nob Hill or past the windmills of Golden Gate Park Park.
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia :
Plitvice Lakes National Park Croatian is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia. The national park was founded in 1949 and is situated in the mountainous karst area of central Croatia, at the border to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The important north-south road connection, which passes through the national park area, connects the Croatian inland with the Mediterranean coastal region.
Bern, Switzerland :
A powerful force since medieval times, the thriving Swiss capital is an appealing city of museums and collections. Bernmobil is the capital’s transit service. A BernCard is valid on trams and buses that serve the city.
A free bike service is also an option for getting around. The Historical Museum and the Collection of the Bern Museum of Fine Arts house the art and architecture of millennia. The Einstein House and the Paul Klee Center showcase the work of two of Bern’s famous former inhabitants. Image Credit : 1 | 2 | 3
Big Sur, California :
Wulong Karst, China :
Wulong Karst, an important part of South China Karst, is situatedat the lower reaches of the Wujiang River southeast of Chongqing. It was named as a world natural heritage by UNESCO in 2007. Wulong Karst features spectacular karst landscapes, including the three main parts of Lotus Cave, Three Natural Bridges and Houping Giant Doline (Houping Tiankeng). Image Credit : 1 | 2
Lord Howe Island, Australia :
Located two hours off the coast of Sydney, Lord Howe Island is not only remote geographically, but no more than 400 people are allowed to visit it at any given time. Accordingly, it looks like a literal paradise from flawless beaches, a lagoon so blue it seems like a joke, a coral reef, volcanic peaks, rainforests, and wildlife that’s native only to the island. If dinosaurs were ever holding out in secret, they’d probably pick Lord Howe Island. Image Credit : 1 | 2
Antelope Canyon, Arizona :
Any time someone mentions a canyon to check out in the United States, you’d probably drone out and assume they just mean the Grand Canyon. However, most people would consider Antelope Canyon (also in Arizona) to be somewhat more interesting. The canyon was created over thousands of years of rivers and streams eroding the sandstone, and the experience of walking through miles of them would be pretty mind-blowing. Image Credit : 1 | 2
Glen Coe, Scotland :
Glen Coe is located in the Scottish Highlands, and is not only considered among one of the most beautiful places in Scotland, but Europe as a whole. The “Glen of Weeping” contains Bidean nam Bian, one of the highest peaks in Scotland, as well as the winding River Coe. The glen got its namesake from its foggy, grim grandeur, but thankfully you’ll probably only weep from the great views. Or running from the Loch Ness monster. Whichever. Image Credit : 1 | 2 | 3