The world is filled with beautiful and amazing destinations, from high mountains to turquoise sea, from vast forests to tiny towns, from bustling cities to peaceful villas.
It is quite difficult to compile a list of seven places to visit.
So here are the Best seven places to visit in the world.
Byron Bay, Australia
Australia is a vast country, filled with some of the most amazing places in the entire world but Byron Bay is of those unforgettable gems that really sticks out and the nation's true travel highlights.
It is a tiny town on the north coast and is a scenic paradise that looks like it has come out of a fantasy book.
You can take a stroll through Cumbebin Wetland Sanctuary. It is a wonderful place to explore for a few hours and offers quite a different experience. Explore the Arakwal National Park, a very important national park that is absolutely stunning, both from inside and outside. Visit the world-famous Cape Byron Lighthouse, a beautiful lighthouse, built at the start of 20 century situated at the edge of Cape Byron near Tallows Beach which is actually the easternmost point on the Australian mainland. You can also visit the farms there which are just acres and acres of green agriculture. The wildlife and marine life in Australia are quite famous so you can go whale watching not only because it’s fun, but also very educational. Go to the farmers market for everything fresh or experience the mesmerizing sunrise and sunsets.
Everything about Byron Bay will make you just want to increase your stay.
Tokyo is a city like no other. You will at least need a month to properly explore this dream city. It is the most bustling and happening city in Japan.
There are so many things to do and places to visit here.
You can literally do cosplay go-karting around the Tokyo streets. You can visit DisneySea in Tokyo. It is not your regular Disney trip, DisneySea is a nautical theme park featuring seven ports inspired by real places and ocean legends including American Waterfront, Mediterranean Harbor, Arabian Coast, and the unique Mysterious Island with erupting volcano. Visit the digital art museum TeamLab Borderless, an unusual interactive museum that is one of the most Instagrammable things to do in Tokyo. For all the Ghibli fans, being in a Ghibli movie has always been a dream and this dream can come true in Tokyo. There is an actual Ghibli museum known as the whimsical Ghibli Museum where they show movies and different exhibitions.
The most vibrant and fun place to visit is Harajuku, it is a very crowded place but walking around is a lot of fun. You get to see cosplay kids, fashion stores, and eat crepes from one of the popular crepe stands.
You can also take a first-hand Maid Cafe “Moe” Experience in Akihabara.
Visit Tokyo's oldest temple Sensoji at Asakusa.
The list of places to see never ends. There is something in every nook and corner of the city that you don't wanna miss.
New York, USA
New York is a very vast and beautiful place and you can live here for four lifetimes and still not experience the whole city.
A must-visit place in NYC is the Brooklyn Bridge, built-in 1883 and extending 1,595 feet across the East River, connecting lower Manhattan to Brooklyn. You can visit Coney Island, a circus beach, and enjoy tomato pizza or just relax and have ice cream.
Another must-visit is Central Park, 693 acres of man-made gardens, meadows, forests, and rolling hillsides.
For all the art lovers, visit the Met Cloisters, America’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the art and architecture of the Middle Ages and is located in northern Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park.
For your perfect dark academia dream, visit the world-famous Strand bookstore, a 93-year-old book store that has more than 2.5 million titles. And of course, the magnificent Statue of liberty, in lower Manhattan is a must. It is America's most iconic sight and is always at the top of the list of things to do in NYC.
Istanbul, founded around 1000 BC, coveted by empires across the centuries is one of the world's great metropolises.
The place has great history and culture and is very beautiful. Visit Whirling Dervishes, a worship service of Mevlana’s followers. The tickets are often sold out for the service so make sure to grab them early. Visit the Hagia Sophia, a splendid architecture is a church-turned-mosque-turned-museum and recently mosque again. If you are in Istanbul you must see Topkapi Palace, a place where generations of sultans had their principal residence for almost half a century. Bosphorus Cruise is the ultimate place you must visit as it provides a nice overview of the city.
Basilica Cistern is one of the most romantic as well as spooky places to visit with dimmed light and classical music to the background sound of dripping water. You can also explore the grand bazaar, or go to the Archaeology Museum, Süleymaniye Mosque, Chora Church, Dolmabahçe Palace, Galata Tower, and many more beautiful places.
Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands is one of the most famous places in the whole of Europe.
Rijksmuseum is one of the most popular and important attractions and was founded in 1798 to house the country's huge collection of rare art and antiquities. Anne Frank's house is a must-visit in Amsterdam. It is situated in Prinsengracht and was the home to the world's best-known Holocaust victim, Anne Frank, and her family. For the ultimate art fan, the Van Gogh Museum is a must-visit, home to Van Gogh paintings and artifacts, donated by his brother, Theo, and other family members. Jordaan is a famous neighborhood and is a mix of residential areas with garden courtyards and is known for its upscale boutiques, lively markets, and eateries. Vondelpark, the most visited and largest park in Amsterdam covers almost 120 acres and has lots of fun things to do.
The place is filled with beautiful universities, academies, and research institutes, along with museums, numerous theaters, and entertainment venues. There is so much to explore and see in Amsterdam.
A perfect example of Western civilization, a 3000-year-old place with some of the greatest history of all time and the birthplace of Socrates, Pericles, and Sophocles, bustling and modern capital city Athens.
The Acropolis, fortified limestone plateau in the center of the city is a must-visit. Acropolis Museum is a top attraction of the city and contains one of the most valuable collections of ancient Greek art. You can also visit the National Archaeology Museum, the Pláka and Anafiotika neighborhoods, Ancient Agora, the Roman Agora, and Hadrian's Library, Museum of Cycladic Art, Olympieion- the temple of Olympian Zeus or the Panaghia Kapnikaréa church.
Athens is a place which can be easily described as beautiful at its best. The city is a perfect getaway.
Maui is known as the Valley Isle as it was formed when lava flow from two different volcanoes merged.
It is the second-largest island in Hawaii. It is a beautiful place with amazing beaches, dramatic scenery, and a wonderful climate. You can visit the Haleakala National Park, located on the slope of the inactive Haleakala Volcano, which provides incredible views over the entire island, or the Iao Valley, situated west of Wailuku, which is a pilgrimage place of Hawaiian to honor their gods or the Maui Ocean Centre which is home to a collection of Hawaiian reef fish, corals, green turtles, and stingrays in well-designed aquariums or the Lahaina and Kaanapali Beach, one of the finest beach of Maui or Hana, a remote village with lush fields and gardens or you can go scuba diving in the shores of Maui among others.
Maui is the perfect place to enjoy either by yourself or with friends. A short trip to Maui will not only make you tan but also freshen up your mind and spirit.