There are 9 planets but the earth is the only planet in which living things such as people, animals and plants could live and it has the most beautiful places of all other planets. On the earth, we have people, places, cities and lots more. There are around 196 countries on the earth so we have many many places to see. However, this article will show you the top 10 beautiful places to see in this world. And if you keep reading below, you’ll find the best places to visit in the world overall.
Top 10 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in the World
Niagara Fall (US and Canada border)
Grand Canyon (Colorado)
Great Barrier (Australia)
Great Wall of China
Taj Mahal (India)
Angkor Wat (Cambodia)
Pyramids and Sphinx (Egypt)
Machu Picchu (Peru)
10 Best Places to Visit in the World
There are plenty of spectacular places worldwide, which are worth to be seen before a man dies, so to help you along we have here our list of the ten best places to visit in the world. Be aware of travel advisories, and be sure to wear bug repellent if you’re going to areas with mosquitos.
1. Egypt pyramids
The Egypt pyramids and the Sphinx are one of the Seven Wonders of the World. No doubt that this is a contender for the first spot to visit. In Giza, a traveler can explore three different pyramids: The Great Pyramid of Khulu (or also Cheops), the smaller Pyramid of Menkaura and the Pyramid of Kafhre. Every pyramid is a tomb of a different Egypt king. In front of the pyramids is located the mythical Sphinx, which is also called in Arabic Abu-al-Hol. This means “father of terror”. It is a sure thing that this place attracts millions of tourists every year and if you haven’t visited it yet, start planning your vacation now.
2. Santorini in Greece
Created by a volcano eruption, Santorini is one of the circle-shaped Cycladic Islands. Santorini has a changeable landscape, filled with various rock formations, golden beaches and white villages. A tourist can explore several ruins from Roman villages such as ancient Roman baths and theatres.
3. Stonehenge in England
Located in Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, Stonehenge is one of the most famous monuments worldwide. It attracts millions of visitors every year. It is an ancient construction that includes many structures from Neolithic period. What makes the monument even more historically significant is the presence of remnants from the Bronze Age too. It is estimated that Stonehenge is built around 8000 years before Christ. The reason for building Stonehenge still remains a mystery.
It is not only a modern society and leading Europe economy, Italy is also a country with very rich history and deep catholic and Roman roots. To the north, a tourist should visit Milan – the capital of fashion and industrialized North Italy. The city is also an important business center that hosts a lot of cultural heritage. In the North-East part of the country there are the cities of Venice and Verona, which cities imply romantic feelings. The cities also are centers of cultural heritage – the famous Venice water channels; moreover, there are a number of museums, fairs and monuments such as castles.
5. Scotland’s Loch Ness
Loch Ness is the biggest of the three lakes located in Great Glen. The lake’s size is considered large according to some British standards; the lake is 1 mile wide and twenty three miles long (and as deep as six hundred feet). The loch attracts numerous travelers not only with its natural calm and beauties but also with the mysterious dinosaur-like monster, which is believed to be living in the lake.
Australia has a lot to offer in several areas regarding quality of life that even the United States has trouble maintaining in the most desirable areas. The land ‘Down Under’ is a modern, rich nation that is
full of beauty with a number of its own natural resources, and a variety of climates to choose from when you are picking out your new retirement home.
Australia is the world’s smallest continent but sixth-largest country; its population is concentrated along the Eastern and Southeastern coasts; the invigorating sea breeze known as the “Fremantle Doctor” affects the city of Perth on the west coast, and is one of the most consistent winds in the world.
Best of all, if you travel to Australia, you’ll adore the weather. The country experiences no real winter in the majority of its areas, regardless of the overall climate (coastal areas are much more populous and modernized than the “outback”, or desert areas). Because the country is located in the Southern Hemisphere so the seasons are reversed to those that you are familiar with in the Northern Hemisphere.
7. The Netherlands
Calm and tranquil are the perfect words to describe the land of the Dutch. With a culture akin to America, it is easier for travelers from the West to accommodate in the foreign land. The Dutch are known for their hospitality and friendly attitude. The best way to take in the beauty of the city is on bike. Rent a bike and tour the tiny streets at your convenience. You can spend time at coffee shops or at the bar.
The conservative Muslim country in South East Asia has time and again emerged as a favorable locale for single travelers. It is also rated as safe for solo female travelers. Its demographics present a marvelous blend of the Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures. It is known for its spicy and flavorful culinary delights. At Malaysia you can put up at a beach resort or a five star hotel. There is plenty of outdoor exploration including shopping and wildlife tours to keep you occupied throughout.
9. Costa Rica
Situated in Central America, Costa Rica is first on our list of best places to visit alone. It’s a great travel destination for one looking at adventure sports as well as a traveler seeking a peaceful getaway. Costa Rica is known for its tropical climate. The country boasts of a diverse culture and abounds in wildlife and natural beauty. Canopy tours or zip-lines are a very popular tourist activity throughout Costa Rica. Other activities tourists will enjoy include kayaking, surfing, hiking and horseback riding.
10. Stockholm, Sweden
Many prefer to take their vacation in the rustic environs. However, if you would love to be surrounded by the comforts of urban life, you could make your reservations for Stockholm this holiday season. Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and is touted as one of the best European cities. It has a vibrant culture and historical background. It accommodates a large number of art galleries and museums. It is full of attractions to be enjoyed by singles, couples and families. And since it has dozens of lakes, a boat-ride is a must if you visit Sweden.
For more great places to visit in the world, check out the US News and World Report top 25 list.