Wonderful Places To Visit This February 2023

 

1. Get lost in the right direction, at Laguna Humantay

Laguna Humantay is located roughly 75 miles (122 KM)to the northwest of Cusco ,Summers are humid and rainy, while winters are chilly and bright. The weather is bitterly cold from November to March. Summer comes between April and October

From @onpartensemble

2. A magical place to visit at any season, at Nesso, Lago Di Como, Italy

Nesso is smaller than the nearby Bellagio, but it's a real heaven for those who seek peace, tranquility, and all the regenerating aspects of slow-living. It is the perfect place to visit if you are looking for one of the most authentic places on Lake Como, very different from the best-known destinations

From @blogsognoitaliano

3. Exploring one of the spectacular churches in Zürich, Switzerland

The Grossmünster church is a landmark of Zurich. Legend has it that the church was built on the graves of the city’s patron saints, Felix and Regula.Construction of this Romanesque church was begun in 1100, and it has since been rebuilt and renovated several times

From @matsview

4. For the love of Wat Arun Temple, Bangkok

Also known as The Temple of Dawn, named after the god Aruna, can also be found on the B10 coin. It is a definite symbol of Bangkok and one not to miss on your trip to Thailand

From @jason_kritzinger

5. Today we share an amazing experience in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Malaysia is a country with fascinating people, a broad range of attractions, and a vast array of cuisines inherited from its three major cultures: the Malays, Chinese and Indians. Standout dishes – and foods that cannot be missed on a trip to the nation

From @danieldineskl

6. The stunning Paris

Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is known worldwide for the Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame cathedral, and the Eiffel tower. It has a reputation of being a romantic and cultural city. The city is also known for its high-quality gastronomy and the terraces of its cafés

From @julieaucontraire

7. Miss the summer right now, at Stigafoss in Iceland

From @anothericelandicaccount

8. Have you ever seen a station this close to the sea

Make sure you visit Shimonada Station if you are in Ehime Prefecture. Shimonada Station in Ehime Prefecture is famous as “the station closest to the sea in Japan.” If you sit on the bench on the platform and look out over the beautiful Seto Inland Sea in front of you

From @boku_travel

9. Seokchon Lake View of Seoul on a clear day from East Lake

From @hyeongjun9920

10. A beautiful place for the soul, at Abu Dhabi, UAE

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is the largest mosque in the UAE and believed to be the third-largest mosque in the world

From @mieloch

11. Journey through the jungle, at Bohol Island, Philippines

Bohol is also considered as the tenth largest island of the Philippines. Bohol province is a popular destination not only for locals but also to foreigners for its beaches and resorts

From @asiaandbeyond

12. Exploring beautiful Venice

It remains a major Italian port in the northern Adriatic Sea and is one of the world’s oldest tourist and cultural centres

From @worldcornersinspiration

13. See why people are queuing up to stand in front of a locked door? At The Aventine Keyhole, Rome, Italy

When you peek through the mysterious keyhole, you actually have three countries in your line of sight: Malta, Italy and Vatican City! The grounds just behind the door belong to the Knights of Malta and the estate has been granted extraterritorial status by Italy, which means it is Maltese soil. The view just beyond the estate is still of Rome, Italy. Finally, St Peter’s Basilica lies in Vatican City, the smallest country in the world. Pretty impressive for an unpretentious keyhole

From @lindsaywangphoto

14. Here’s your sign to visit Japan

Japan is known worldwide for its traditional arts, including tea ceremonies, calligraphy and flower arranging. The country has a legacy of distinctive gardens, sculpture and poetry

From @rccf.1

15. A stroll in Montmartre, Paris, France tonight?

Montmartre. With its maze of cobbled lanes, ivy-clad houses and wealth of rich history, there’s nowhere else in the city quite like the 18e arrondissement, nor would you want there to be. Montmartre is the unique gem of Paris and is a must-see on any visit to the City of Love

From @gl0be_trotter

16. So this happened today, that's so beautiful

From @tylerwayneglass

17. A moment that left me speechless, at Iceland. Tag your adventure partner

From @joannehollings

18. Iceland must be the most beautiful place ever!!

From @ryansouthwell

19. Sharing 5 Reasons why you should put Finland on the top of your bucketlist

Finland is known for being THE happiest country in the world. For the fifth year in a row, Finland has been named the happiest country in the world by the United Nations-sponsored World Happiness Report

Finland is one of the best places to watch the Northern Lights. North of the Arctic Circle in the vast Finnish Lapland, surrounded by towering pines, is a surreally beautiful place to experience the aurora.

Finland is where you’ll find Santa’s hometown! You can visit him at the famous Santa Claus Village, and while you’re there take husky and reindeer sleigh rides!

Finnish Lapland is home to 200,000 reindeer. To put that into perspective, there are more reindeer than people living in Lapland

Finland has held the of Safest Country in the World since 2017, and there’s data to back it up. Along with its low crime rates, Finns are also some of the most honest people

From @carlagoesabroad

20. Cold Days in Shanghai

From @cyncynti

21. Taipei, Taiwan at night

The mentality of the Taiwanese for centuries was formed in the conditions of rice cultivation under the influence of traditional Confucian education, focused on discipline and obedience. In spite of the complex political status of Taiwan, the modern population of the island comprises of people with a high level of national self-identification, who consider themselves Taiwanese, but not Chinese

From @remi.thorel

22. Iceland with a view

From @bsteinbekk

23. Iceland is a different version of paradise

Iceland is most famous for its rugged landscapes and scenery. The Northern Lights, Blue Lagoon, volcanoes, glaciers, and waterfalls top the list of must-sees. Iceland is also famous for its history and being settled by the Vikings. It is known as “The Land of Fire and Ice” due to its contrasting landscapes

From @icelandwithsophie

24. We sharing where to find the best macarons in France. At Ancey Chocolatier, Chamonix, France

Chamonix is one of the oldest resorts in France, boasting spectacular scenery, world-renown skiing and mountains of summer activities

From @voyagewithmarcus