Planning your next holiday? To make it more special, visit destinations where you can see some of the attractions that are on the bucket list of many people. Thinking of where to go? Keep on reading and we’ll recommend some of the places that you should definitely see.
Machu Picchu, Peru
The most evident symbol of the Incan empire, Machu Picchu is a complex that is composed of homes, palaces, plazas, and temples. Rising tall from 2,430 metres above sea level, it has a beautiful setting that is hard to match by contemporary architecture. The best way to experience it is to travel by foot, which will allow you to pass through many other attractions that showcase the Inca way of living.
This oval amphitheatre comes with 80 arched entrances and can originally accommodate 55,000 spectators, with seats that are arranged based on their rank. It has a length of 188 metres and width of 156 metres. It was originally used for gladiatorial contests, as well as public gatherings during the ancient times. Today, it is recognised as one of the most significant symbols of Imperial Rome. There is plenty to see in Rome, so it is definitely worth staying a few days. If you are planning a trip with a group, staying in a villa can be a fun way to spend your holiday.
This prehistoric monument is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and popular for its standing stones that form a ring. It is believed to have been built around 4,000 years ago. The biggest of the stones, also known as sarsens, have a height of 30 feet and weight of 25 tonnes.
Milford Sound, New Zealand
This is perhaps the symbol of South Island in New Zealand. Its main attraction is the Mitre Peak, which stands tall at a height of 5,560 feet. The cliffs present scenic beauty that you won’t find elsewhere. There are many activities that you can enjoy here, such as kayaking, flying, boat cruises, and hiking, among others. Renting a campervan is a great way to keep accommodation costs down, and to give you the freedom to go wherever you want.
Eiffel Tower, France
Visiting Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower is a crime. Although it seems overrated, this is still a must-see. Built in 1889, the tower got its name from Gustave Eiffel, the builder and designer. It has a height of 324 metres, which is similar to an 81-storey building. Looking for something chic? Enjoy a glass of champagne at the top of the tower and savour a spectacular view.
Taj Mahal, India
This magnificent structure is actually a mausoleum and built with the use of ivory white marble. It was built to honour the wife of the emperor who died of labour, giving the Taj Mahal a romantic story. It took more than 22,000 artisans to complete this attraction. It is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, which makes it even more famous.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Fancy a game of temple run? There is no better place to enjoy it than in magnificent and rustic Cambodia. The Angkor Wat is a part of a huge complex that contains other ancient temples and ruins. It is a dedicated UNSECO World Heritage Site as well. Recognised as the largest religious monument globally, it was first intended to be a Hindu temple and became a Buddhist temple.