I liked travelling through Australia a lot. It's a warm and friendly place.
Travelling through Europe offers a lot of history and variety, if that's your sort of thing.
The Canadian Rockies took my breath away and is the most beautiful place I have ever been.
Sorry, but I can't settle on which one is the best.
Israel is a beautiful country to visit especially the Dead Sea, Mini Israel, Jerusalem and the Church of all Nations and Tel Aviv City. Another place to visit is Egypt and Philippines.
Prague! It is the single most amazing city I've ever visited, and it's super cheap if you avoid the tourist traps. I would recommend this travel destination over anywhere else in the world.
I also love traveling locally - my husband and I often take weekend trips to nearby cities and state parks. It's great because it doesn't interfere with work, it's cheap, and we have loads of fun without the hassle of flights, hotels and other expenses.
That depends on the particular interests of the person. If it's mainly historic or cultural interest, if it is beaches and warm climate, if it's entertainment, shows, casinos, and so on.
Anyway, you should check my hub about ecotourism. lol
The national parks are a good choice because you do not need to spend a lot of money.
I like to travel places that are very different to my own country. I live in Northern Europe where the weather can be harsh and landscapes although stunning can look bleak.
For me it's anywhere that is warm- a real treat for me, somewhere exotic perhaps in the tropics wher flora is lush and fauna vastly different. Different cuisines are alawys interesting, and differernt architectural style. Here in Scotland we have lots of formal Georgian and medieval architecture, so I like to see building types vastly different.
Places I have enjoyed are Indonesia, Morrocco, Gozo, Turkey, Greece, Seychelles and Thailand.
I expect if one of these countries was your homeland you may yearn to spend a snowy winter visiting castles in Scotland!!!
There's something to be said for temperate climes. For one thing the people who live there tend to be less excitable - Glasgow excluded.
Ha ha! Although sometimes a little excitement can be good.
Having travelled extensively myself, I must say that there is not one place that I could chose as being the best. Every country has something to offer and take your breath away. I love to travel, to see and learn. I will say that when you go to a place you have never been to, stay away from the tourist places. I go into the communities away from 'tourist traps' so that I can see the people, cultures etc as they truly are.
Liverpool - history (old and new), fun people and plenty to see and do (theatre, music, museums, football and pubs!) Check out my Liverpool hub...
Its difficult to answer this question because it depends on individual choices.
Some like to see places of natural beauty, such as hills, waterfalls, beaches etc., while others like ancient monuments, places of art and architecture.
Some people have a preference for modern advanced cities, while others may like to see countryside.
Each place of this planet has something unique and beautiful to offer. Therefore it depends on what attracts you the most.
I would suggest Cape Town, South Africa, probably one of the most beautiful places in the world to travel to.
Certainly Bangladesh. Bangladesh is my Country and i believe, after visiting my country you will cherish your memory always. Because Bangladesh is daughter of nature. To know more you may visit www.visitbangladesh.biz
It´s hard to say. It depends on what I would like to see. For me, the best is still Ireland besides my home country.
The best place to travel to is where you think you'll be happiest being there.
There are many places in Britain I'd like to travel to, as well as Denmark - Jylland, or Jutland in English, seems to draw my thoughts - maybe Orkney and Shetland as well. Iceland might be a destination for when my wallet fattens up (it ain't cheap!) as well as that part of North America near the mouth of the St Lawrence where the Norsemen landed in the 10th Century.
Depends on your personal interest. For me I would like to travel to England
Greece, Croatia, Israel, Turkey, or any other country in the Mediterranean. Gorgeous weather and unbelievably beautiful scenery.
The Danish people are amongst the friendliest in the world and like Americans. If your single nothing beats Spain. And Australia is absolutely gorgeous.
As far as amazing natural beauty, the Kenya Tanzania border and Amboseli National Park is pretty cool. There are many great wildlife species (think many elephants) and the background of Mount Kilimanjaro here. For cultural experiences, I really enjoy European cities. Prague is probably the most amazing city I've been to, followed by London. I hope to hit a few more in the future.
Ningaloo Reef in Australia - NZ is beautiful..
We loved Cornwall ,England , Lagos in Portugal. Amalfi Coast Italy, Greece -Switzerland - Germany-France -Ireland - Scotland including Orkney Islands- My home country of Wales , Niagara Falls /Savannah / and looking forward to seeing Alaska next week !' In Seattle right now ....
See as many different places as you can and try new experiences !
i would recommend a tour o Romania, but with very goo plan, you can see many beautiful places, meet wonderful people and of course relax.
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