Wonderful Travel Destinations To Wander #51
1. Life is better under Australia’s sky
"Did you know that Australia is home to some incredible sky phenomena? One fascinating fact is that Australia experiences the Southern Lights, also known as the Aurora Australis. Similar to the Northern Lights, this mesmerizing display of colorful lights can be seen in the southernmost parts of the country, particularly during dark and clear nights
2. The sunsets in London are unmatched
London was the first city in the world to have an underground railway system, which is now known as the London Tube. The Tube was initially built to alleviate congestion on the streets and to help people travel more quickly across the city
3. We recommends the best things to do on a 3-day trip to Fukuoka
Fact: Today's Fukuoka is the product of the fusion of two cities in the year 1889, when the port city of Hakata and the former castle town of Fukuoka were united into one city called Fukuoka. Hakata remains the name of one of Fukuoka's central districts and of the main railway station
4. A big city with small-town vibes
My trip to Lincoln was so much fun! I stayed at The Graduate, a retro hotel with throwback decor (arcade games in the lobby, a working rotary phone in my room, quirky art on the walls). It’s right in the Haymarket District which has lots of shops and restaurants - I especially enjoyed the tacos at Tipsy Tinas and breakfast at The Mill. I spent a morning wandering around the Sunken Gardens and the afternoon touring the State Capitol. I also checked out two unique museums - the International Quilt Museum and the National Museum of Roller Skating
5. Paris nights and bright lights
The tower is 324 meters (1,063 ft) tall, and the second-tallest free-standing structure in Europe, after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. It is also the tallest structure in Paris
6. The magic of Paris
He using his cross bow to shoot some magical sparkles onto the Iron Lady
7. Here’s to beautiful mornings spent in Paris
Paris is a city that has something to offer everyone, and its unique blend of history, culture, art, cuisine, and fashion makes it a truly special place
8. Magical evenings in Paris
9. All in for that Tour Eiffel bling
10. Angel's Landing - Zion National Park
This spectacular and strenuous hike lies in one of the US most popular National Parks. The last part of the hike is about 0.7 miles/ 1 km. You have to climb near the edges and ridges of the mountain making use of the chains to find your way safely to the top. Not for the faint hearted
11. The viral croissant from Paris
giant croissants and pain au chocolate over to the UK in London! It’s £24 (or £25 because I’m not fully sure) to order one of these and you HAVE to pre order. There’s a pain au chocolat which is £28. These take an hour to bake and they are freaking massive. This could easily feed about 4 people so it’s about £6 each if you look at it that way 😂 Definitely go and try it if you have the money to spend! It tastes like a normal croissant but I’m hope you can get chocolate filled ones
12. A must-visit this summer
Neverland London in Fulham is one of the most vibey places I’ve been to in terms of set up. It’s a proper beach club and they have indoor and outdoor seating with lots of beach huts, pods, deckchairs and sun beds. It’s the perfect spot for the summer as they have lots of events, bottomless food and beach parties
13. The perfect summer dining spot
14. Giving Sicily vibes 🍋
15. Feels like a Bangkok street café, at Tottenham Court Road
16. Save for your next special occasion
17. Ghibli vibes? At La Collina Omihachiman, Shiga, Japan
A dessert shop & factory for Japanese & Western sweets.
What makes it unique is the main building with architecture of “hill-like” roof, as shown in its name “La Collina” means Hill in Italian.
They are so famous with Baumkuchen (Germany sweets that can be found everywhere in Japan).
I can say the Baumkuchen here has special taste and so delicious!! 🙌🏻
18. Absolutely stunning, Kyoto by sunset! If you haven’t experienced it, what are you waiting for!?
Good news is there’s sunset every single day, bad news is - Japan is getting busier by the day!
Have you been to Kyoto?
19. Ichinomiya Park with a fantastic sunset
Ichinomiya Park in Kannonji City is one of the strongest sunset view spots in Kagawa Prefecture, overlooking the Seto Inland Sea up close. Like Chichibuga Beach, famous as Japan's Salt Lake Uyuni, it reflects beautiful reflections at low tide
20. The beauty of sunset in Nagasaki, Japan
21. Tokyo has the best Sunrise and Sunset views ever
22. There's nothing quite like a sunset in Yokohama
23. Chasing sunset at Fukuoka, Japan
24. Exploring Italy’s coastal gem the enchanting Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre’s allure lies in its unspoiled beauty and authentic character. The villages, accessible by train or boat, are car-free havens, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in a tranquil and traditional way of life. Wander through narrow cobblestone streets, where artisanal shops, family-run trattorias, and cozy cafes invite you to savor local delicacies and wines!🌿🌤️
25. Florence’s sunsets are on a whole other level
Did you know that Florence, Italy is known for its breathtaking sunsets? The city’s unique geographical location allows for stunning vistas as the sun sets over the Arno River and illuminates the historic architecture with golden hues. Many visitors and locals gather at viewpoints such as Piazzale Michelangelo or Ponte Vecchio to witness the enchanting beauty of a Florence sunset
26. Have mouthwatering pizza with a view in Capri
Experience the Italian culinary delight at its finest while dining in Capri. Savor every cheesy, flavorful bite of authentic pizza, perfectly crafted with local ingredients, amidst the breathtaking backdrop of the crystal-clear Mediterranean waters
27. There’s something special about the Downtown Manhattan skyline that never gets old, at NYC
The Downtown Manhattan skyline is one of the most iconic in the world. From the towering One World Trade Center to the historic Brooklyn Bridge, there’s something awe-inspiring about the way these buildings come together to create a stunning view. Whether you’re walking along the waterfront, taking a ferry ride, or admiring the view from a rooftop bar, the skyline never fails to impress. It’s no wonder that people from all over the world come to New York City just to experience it for themselves