January 4, 2018
Seven of the Most Scenic Places to Visit Around the World
There are numerous cities worth traveling to, but deciding where to go can take a lot of planning. Through extensive research, I’ve put together a list of seven of the most remarkable cities across the globe.
You’ve probably seen short videos and photos of the stunning skyscrapers in Dubai, along with daring visitors who often walk along the edges of these buildings. This is also recognized as a spot for those who really want to party. The culinary scene is huge and the attractions are out of this world. Most visitors flock to Jumeirah Beach or head to Ski Dubai – the beautiful indoor ski resort.
Tahiti is the perfect honeymoon destination as there are dozens of resorts and delicious French cuisine options. Not only will you get to press your feet along the sandy shores, but you’ll also find beautiful forests directly beside the beach.
The St. Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival is huge during the spring, making this a great destination for music-lovers. The island also has couples resorts-another attractive option for tourists. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, climbing the Pitons or zip lining through the rain forest are a must.
Manarola, Italy is riddled with rainbow-colored houses and walls of stone that wrap around the Mediterranean coast. Although this is a fishing town, Manarola is recognized for its incredible selection of wine. One of the most fascinating details is that there are no traffic lights and no cars. If you plan on driving to Manarola, park your car outside the town.
With a population of less than 2,500 residents, Portree, Scotland is home to a busy port and a dynamic cultural center. Many visitors gravitate to the harbor where there are numerous pubs, seafood restaurants and scenic views overlooking the bay. Don’t forget to check out Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock and the pinnacles of the Quaraing.
Reine, Norway has an extremely small population with just over 300 residents-but it was recently voted the most beautiful village in Norway. Located north of the Arctic Circle in the Lofoten archipelago, Reine is centered in the remote wilderness near sapphire bays and mountains. Tourists can stay at visitor cottages that were once fishermen’s cabins.
Dating back to the 9th century, Colmar, France is commonly recognized as “Little Venice,” because of the unique waterways and medieval streets. There are numerous architectural styles including both French-Neo Baroque and German Gothic.