Each of the tourist destinations below has its own attractions. Some are symbols of restoration, others inspire visitors with the ancient architectures.
Here are the world famous tourist destinations. The special thing is that they have very unique features, causing visitors to come and love them. Everything may be temporarily halted due to the COVID-19 crisis, but when things return to normal, these landscapes will be ‘hot’ like never before.
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Topping the list is Epidarus, a small city in Greece, located on the Argolid peninsula in Saronic Bay. There is Asclepeion, an ancient temple famous for healing, or the Old Epidaurus Theater located at the southeast end of the reserve. This ancient theater impresses because it is perfectly preserved. The architecture of the theater makes the sound resound, and takes visitors to immerse themselves in magical, ancient melodies.
Christchurch, New Zealand
Referring to Christchurch, visitors will rest on the fierce earthquake in 2011, but only two years later, the city has risen, stronger and more beautiful than ever. People still retain some traces of the disaster, such as a few collapsed buildings, or smudges painted by the rescue team marked the route. Normal life is still flowing between the hurt is gradually closed. Many visitors were still bewildered in front of the barricaded church ruins, prayers about miracles would have come to the above. The city is restored with ‘new life’, there are countless colorful buildings such as a new shopping mall, many reading shops, or a café decorated with Lego. What better place to recover from that than translating into the beautiful Christchurch?
Sainte-Marine, near Combrit, is a beautiful part of Brittany, a beautiful tourist destination of France. This is a very suitable place for family vacations. Drive through Normandy, take a break in Honfleur and Rennes on the way. You can rent a house about 500 meters from the sea and about 750 meters from the village center. Sainte-Marine boasts a beautiful harbor, a pastry shop and lots of great restaurants in front of the harbor, where you can sip a local cider, and friendly locals are ready to open. Please chat with you. Many beautiful beaches, with footpaths around the coast.
Monschau, the Eifel Mountains, Germany
One of Germany’s most beautiful sights is the Eifel Mountains (a continuation of the Ardennes), including the beautiful town of Monschau. Located 30km south of Aachen, an hour from Cologne and right at the Belgian border, Monschau is enchanting with traditional half-timbered houses and half-stone houses. The Rur River (often confused with the Ruhr) flows through the ages, alongside museums about traditional culture, as well as the production of mustard and beer. You will have unforgettable memories when you travel to the shores of Lake Rur camping in the summer or to the farmer life museum in Lammersdorf.
Everyone is afraid of the crowded scene, but nowhere can replace Florence. Come to Piazzale Michelangelo, enjoy bread, cheese and wine from the city’s oldest market. Then come back to admire Duomo, and walk the streets to find the Medici Ball in the buildings. The trip would be complete without visiting David. Walk through the long room and see the statue at the end of the room, with perfect beauty enough to overwhelm you. Florence is beautiful everywhere, from the crowded streets to the museums, making you drunk not always.
The western region of Lough Corrib in Connemara is full of breathtaking scenery, not only the most beautiful in Ireland, but this must be one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world. The Twelve Bens and Maumturk mountain ranges feature countless sparkling lakes and rivers, reflecting the sky, lush greenery and the swampy brown. Near the peninsula, you can find some beautiful villages such as Roundstone and shiny golden sand beaches like Doonloughan. The seafood is fresh and quite delicious. And the people here are warm and welcoming.
Tresco, Scilly Islands
Many tourists have traveled around the world, but are still impressed by Tresco in the Scilly Islands. Located in the British Caribbean – white sand beaches, palm trees and absolutely no traffic. Just a short flight from Land’s End airport or take a ferry from Penzance to be able to travel comfortably, without going through customs or border gates. You can go to the Abbey Garden – Abbey Garden, a strange place with flowers from around the world, recently there are more red squirrels and the Valhalla maritime museum is always open to visitors. There are also many 5-star restaurants, many places to stay, and you can hop on a boat to visit other islands. This place is like a small paradise on Earth.
North Uist, Scotland
Rent a holiday home in Clachan Sands, North Uist area. The scenery of the beach here changes every day depending on the weather with white sand and the endless blue of sea. You can stroll in the sun, buy new seafood from a fishing boat and have delicious meals at Berneray Bistro. If you are adventurous, you can take a boat to the Isle of Harris, where there are larger beaches and a gin distillery. You will see otters, eagles, seals and red deer. This is the place to visit if you love a big sky.