Most Beautiful Holiday Destinations
Are you looking for a very special holiday destination this year? We introduce you to the Top 5 most beautiful holiday destinations in the world!
Paradise islands, historic sites, mystical lakes, and vibrant cities – the variety of beautiful holiday destinations on earth is almost inexhaustible. Nevertheless, we have searched for you and dug up some very special pearls for every taste. In the following, we want to introduce you to the 12 most beautiful holiday destinations worldwide!
Lake Taupo, New Zealand
Anyone who longs for stunningly beautiful natural landscapes on holiday is in the right place in New Zealand. With seemingly endless beaches, idyllic waters, mighty mountain ranges, and gently rolling hills, Under is probably one of the finest in the world – and one of the island’s most desirable places is Lake Taupo, central to New Zealand’s North Island.
During a stay here you can take hours of walks on the shore or through the nearby Tongariro National Park and enjoy the silence of the pristine landscape, the geysers in the “Lunar Craters” (Craters of the Moon) in the north of the lake and the Maori cave carvings on the Marvel at Mine Bay cliffs or feel small in front of the roaring Huka waterfalls in the most positive sense.
All fans of Middle-earth can also reach in less than two hours from the small town of Matamata, the film and book fans have been known for some years under the name Hobbiton.
Santorini, or Greek Santorini, looks like a picture book about Greece: white-blue, cubic houses in the Cycladic style, with innumerable small stairs, courtyards, and terraces, built up the slope and all overlooking the sparkling sea in the sun.
Already when looking at the pictures comes here holiday feeling and if you watch the sunset on the horizon with wine and olives, then you have left the stress of everyday life long ago.
Between the relaxing, balmy evenings there is plenty to do: for example, you can visit the excavations in Old-Theka and Akrotiri, walk along the cliff path between the towns of Ia and Fira, or visit the many museums in the surrounding towns.
The English city of Bath got its name from the Roman baths that can still be found and visited in the city today. Located in Somerset, about two hours’ drive west of London, this lovely resort is the perfect getaway for those looking for a little rest, relaxation and British charm.
In addition to the Roman baths, where you can spend a relaxing day on the water with tea and cake, impresses here above all the unique architecture of the city and its lively cultural scene.
In Bath, for example, there are five theaters that invite to performances, as well as several art galleries and museums, while buildings such as the 18th-century Pulteney Bridge adorn the cityscape and visually inspire visitors. If you want to spend some time in the countryside.
The Arizona state in the US is a true paradise for nature lovers – from the stunning Grand Canyon to the Colorado River, which runs through the canyons of Horseshoe Bend, and the unique sandstone hills in the gigantic Monument Valley to the natural wonders of the three Arizona’s large national parks.
For example, in the Petrified Forest National Park you can admire the Crystal Forest – a plain with towering tree trunks that have formed crystal structures that make them seem petrified – as well as unique landscapes such as the Painted Desert, the Blue Mesa or the Tepees rock formations, Another highlight: in the national parks of the western US state one can not only be inspired by unique natural wonders during the day.
Hardly any city in the world combines contradictions as strongly and, above all, as successfully as the Japanese capital Tokyo: tradition and modernity, eastern and western culture, nature and big city all coexist harmoniously side by side and give the city its very special flair.
If you are in Tokyo, do not miss to visit one of the numerous temples in the region, experiencing traditional Japanese architecture and the unique atmosphere of religious sites like the Meiji Shrine or the Senso-Ji Temple.
A visit to the Akihabara entertainment district should also be on the agenda – especially for those who appreciate Eastern entertainment, including anime, manga, and video games.