Wonderful Destinations Around The World To Travel 2023

1. Here are some of Cairo mosques moment. Are you planning to visit Cairo soon?

Beginning with Muhammad's own house, mosques came to be used for many public functions—military, political, social, and educational. Schools and libraries were often attached to medieval mosques (e.g., al-Azhar mosque in Cairo).

From @thebluecairo

2. Rock of cashel in Ireland is too wonderful too see

From @shareatrip_

3. This is what boiling water looks like in negative thirty-five degrees Celsius, at Yukon, Canada

From @danimarielister

4. L'Univers de la Llum will be a journey into the cosmos

A state-of-the-art technological ensemble that will invite a fully immersive experience in an extraordinary environment, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO

From @roger__bcn

5. It’s the season to sparkle

Facts About Christmas Markets in Germany. There are markets in almost every city and town throughout the country during the Advent season. Visitors can find everything from handmade Christmas decorations and holiday foods to mulled wine and gifts at these festive markets

From @nataliasluca

6. Forever dreaming of Switzerland

Switzerland has long been known for its fine chocolate, but do you know just how much they eat? One of the sweetest facts about Switzerland is that the Swiss are the world’s biggest consumers of chocolate. They ate 10.3 kg per person in 2018

From @kelseyinlondon

7. In case you missed Kyoto in December, here is a quick glimpse. How was your December?

Kyoto, once the capital of Japan, is a city on the island of Honshu. It’s famous for its numerous classical Buddhist temples, as well as gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines and traditional wooden houses. It’s also known for formal traditions such as kaiseki dining, consisting of multiple courses of precise dishes, and geisha, female entertainers often found in the Gion district

From  @japan.films

8. We are blinded by Iceland nature views

In Iceland, there are over 16 named canyons. Most of the canyons are formed as a result of glacier activity during the last ice age and volcanic activity. Some canyons are long and over 100 meters deep, while others are short and shallow. The majority of the Iceland canyons cradle waterfalls and represent a popular tourist attraction.

Each year, the canyons, together with other natural wonders and sceneries, attract over 2.000.000 tourists. The geography of Iceland plays a major role in the formation of glaciers. Most of the glaciers in Iceland were formed as a result of the glacial activity during the last ice age. Namely, the glaciers which covered almost the entire Iceland area carved the surface of the land.

Depending on the depth of the carves, today Iceland has gullies, ravines, and canyons. However, some canyons are the result of volcanic activity instead of glacial activity


📍 Kerlingarfjöll

📍 Fjaörárgljúfur Canyon

📍 Múlagljúfur Canyon

📍 Vestrahorn

📍 Sigöldugljúfur Canyon

From @nishatandmusa

9. London’s quirky speakeasy bar you NEED to try, at Chelsea Cloisters, London, UK

People visit London for plenty of reasons. They love the parks, the theatres of the West End, the museums, and the monuments to history. One experience anyone visit London must have is to experience a real London pub

From @birkbites

10. We sharing best vintage & market shopping in Amsterdam, Netherlands, detail below


• Lindengrachtmarkt - Saturdays

• Noordermarkt - Saturdays & Mondays

•Albert Cuyp Market - Monday to Saturday

• Westerstraat Market Mondays

• Waterlooplein Market - Monday to Saturdays

• Museum Market Every third Sunday

From @flossys_wonderland

11. A few moment around the Italy

When we say Italy, Pizza, Pasta and the famous Rome come to our mind. Italy is worldwide famous for its Art, culture, food, beautiful location, and architecture

From @gmarcod91

12. Maldives: the best honeymoon destinations for all couple

From @thenexttrip

13. Today we sharing five amazing places to visit in Kenya (part 2)

The national animal of Kenya is the East African lion, a species currently considered vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature

From @wherenextfamily

14. The beautiful area of Brera in Milan

Went back after a while to revisit some of my favourite places, the Biblioteca Braidense, that never fails to amaze me, and the Orto Botanico, an oasis of peace right in the heart of Milan

From @meolafrancesco

15. Wish I was sippin’ piña coladas instead of cough syrup

From @jethcaa

16. Floating breakfast in the Maldives is calling ! Do you answer?

From @thehoneydreamers

17. Wash away all your troubles in this dreamy bathtub, at Raffles Maldives

At the southern end of the Maldives, lies a rare oasis: Raffles Maldives Meradhoo. Offering two distinctly luxurious experiences: a private island with white sands, turquoise lagoon and lush greenery and an overwater enclave facing east and west to capture majestic sunrises and sunsets

From @louiscannell

18. Mal-dive into the ocean

January is one of the best months to visit Maldives. It sees one of the most pleasant weather conditions because it’s not too hot and not too cold and not too rainy as well. This weather is perfect for snorkeling in Maldives

From @noddxb

19. The eternal city!

From @valsoiapg

20. Those sunny days in Positano with a fantastic view

From @pinkines

21. Near Academia bridge... One of my favourite place

From @llavieboheme

22. Magical Cappadocia, this landscape stole our hearts. Where is a place that stole your heart?

From @loveluxon

23. POV: this is your sign to plan a trip to Mykonos in 2023

Mykonos island is famous worldwide for its stunningly beautiful sandy beaches, archaeological wonders and its rich history, plus a nightlife that no one forgets. It’s a great combination of historic, cosmopolitan and natural invitation to one of the most beautiful Greek islands

From @sammcclendon

24. Sharing some amazing tips when visiting Petra in Jordan

The Ancient city of Petra was once the trading centre and capital of the Nabataean empire who settled in Jordan over 2000 years ago. Petra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the new Seven Wonders of World. The site was lost to the western world for hundreds of years, sitting empty and in ruins until the 1800s when it was rediscovered and excavated by archaeologists. Only 15% of Petra has been uncovered, with the remaining 85% of the city remaining underground and untouched.

From the entrance of the site, you walk through a 1 km long narrow chasm (or siq) which dramatically opens up to the famous monument, Al-Khazneh (The Treasury). This famous tomb for King Aretas III which was carved into the rock face by the Nabataeans, who settled in Jordan 2000 years ago.

Petra is filled with hundreds of archaeological wonders and Hellenistic architecture including temples, streets, Roman-style theatres, tombs and baths. Further into the site, after climbing 900 rock-cut steps you will come across the impressive Ad-Deir Monastery.

- Tickets cost 50JD (£53) for 1 day or 55JD for 2 days.
- I recommend at least 2 days to see Petra, 1 day is possible but you will be EXHAUSTED.
- Wear comfortable trainers that you can climb in, you will be walking/climbing a LOT!
- Bring cash with you & some loo roll/tissue.
- There are restaurants, toilets and plenty of places to get food & drink within the Petra site.
- Don’t ride the donkeys/camels.
- Don’t climb without a Bedouin guide. - Don’t lean on or enter any tombs

From @kelseyinlondon

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