Wonderful Travel Destinations To Wander This February



1. Suwon, South Korea during the winter is something else

Fact: Suwon is the only remaining completely walled city in South Korea. The city walls are one of the more popular tourist destinations in Gyeonggi Province

From @hc_nain

2. Just walk in and wonder, at Asamkirche Church, Munich, Germany

St. Johann Nepomuk, better known as the Asam Church, is a Baroque church in Munich, southern Germany. It was built from 1733 to 1746 by a pair of brothers, sculptor Egid Quirin Asam and painter Cosmas Damian Asam, as their private church

From @baroqueblockbuster

3. The beauty of Tower Bridge at the day, at London

The Tower Bridge guided tours are definitely worth exploring. You not only get to stand on one of the world's most stunning bridges but also learn about its history as you take a stroll across its glass floor and peak into its engine rooms

From @clickophil_studios

4. Driving towards and seeks the sunset, at Levi, Lapland, Finland

Levi is like a small city and provides a wide choice of activities, events and cultural experiences – in both summer and winter time. You need to go no further than the fell village for services and shopping enthusiasts are guaranteed many pleasurable moments within a short walking distance

From @levifoxfires

5. Rome, Italy is a whole different vibe

Rome is famous for having amazing foods such as spaghetti, lasagna, pizza and gelato. This Capital of Italy is well known for historic sites such as the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and Vatican City. Rome is where the Ancient Romans created systems and structures that we still use to this day

From @explorewithele

6. Sunsets in Brussels always have a unique atmosphere

Brussels is home to over 80 interesting museums. There are museums ranging in focus from the sewage network, to celebrity underwear, to the history of street lights – if that’s your thing

From @espressovoyage

7. We feel happy and alive when we are in nature

The diet of the Yellowstone bears consists of a large portion of moths. In a day, the Yellowstone bear will consume an average of 40,000 moths a day. At this rate, scientists state that the bear can consume around one-third of its yearly energy requirements in just a month. Here are some more nature facts. These moths are also high in fat and are energy-dense

From @nishatandmusa

8. If There is any place to be in right now, it’s under the northern lights

From @buli.karli

9. The blue pearl, at Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen: known as the 'Blue Pearl' of Morocco, because of its fantastic blue houses and streets. Jewish immigrants painted the houses blue, and people have been guessing for years as to why. It is this mystery that gives the city its charm and makes it a long-standing popular tourist destination

From @anjjar_youssef

10. A walk in the blue city of Chefchaouen, Morocco

From @gs.travel

11. Morocco's blue city. Is blue your favorite color?

Chefchaouen: known as the 'Blue Pearl' of Morocco, because of its fantastic blue houses and streets. Jewish immigrants painted the houses blue, and people have been guessing for years as to why. It is this mystery that gives the city its charm and makes it a long-standing popular tourist destination

From @elieestallard

12. Walking through Chefchaouen feels
like walking through a piece of art that has come to life

The blue walls, beautiful decor, and wonderful local all feel like you’re visiting a fairytale

From @moroccoresorts

13. Good morning from the blue pearl of Morocco

From @love_chefchaouen

14. The blue city of your dreams at Chefchaouen, Morocco

From @love_chefchaouen

15. Positive vibes everywhere in Slovenia. Tag your besties who would tag along

Did you know that Slovenians are hospitable and friendly people, and they want to make their guests feel like kings. Locals in Slovenia will be happy to introduce visitors to their traditional food, culture, monuments, and natural wonders

From @yanvillum

16. POV: you visited Canada for the first time with us, at Banff & Jasper National Park, Alberta

Canada is the world’s second largest country! You may have been thinking of China, or maybe the USA, but no – it’s Canada. How big are we talking? 9.98 million square miles. Of course, just in case you were wondering, Russia is the biggest

From @maymat.memories

17. Bucket list restaurants in Paris

From @goanniewhere

18. Mitikah Tower in the Pueblo of Xoco, Benito Juárez mayor

From @csdrones

19. Sharing amazing spots to escape the crowd in Amsterdam, Netherlands

It is the capital and the principal commercial and financial centre of the Netherlands. To the scores of tourists who visit each year, Amsterdam is known for its historical attractions, for its collections of great art, and for the distinctive colour and flavour of its old sections, which have been so well preserved

From @pureboatsamsterdam

20. It's a beautiful day at Tepoztlán Mexico

From @williampaul_travelsaround

21. The serenity of the streets in the city. Tag the person you’d to travel to Mexico with

Despite its size, Mexico City is relatively easy to navigate, particularly if you stay within the central neighborhoods. Comfortable year-round temperatures make it a great city for walking

From @_adrianace

22. Mexico City is Nicknamed is “The City of Palaces”. Would you rather go out in the morning or at night?

In the 19th century Mexico had a special guest, the British journalist Charles La Trobe, who wrote a book called “The Excursionist in Mexico”, and from it is this fragment: “Look at his works: the monumental aqueducts, churches, roads and the luxurious City of Palaces”. And it is a very appropriate nickname since throughout the the city we can find more than a dozen viceregal palaces

From @diego.padrone

23. The stunning view witnessed from the terrace, at Mexico city, Mexico

Overall, the best time to visit Mexico City is between March and May, before the rainy season begins

From @fruvalcaba

24. Cycling through water in Bokrijk, Genk, Belgium

Cycling through Water’ in Bokrijk is a unique cycling experience in which you cycle more than 200 meters through a pond. The bike path opened in April 2016 and since then many cyclists and hikers have felt the magic of this place

From @melzagers

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