There are many beautiful places on this earth that you should visit. Whether you are a nature lover and enjoy outdoor activities, you prefer to indulge in a museum, or you want to experience the special atmosphere in an unknown country. But, with so many places to visit, where do you start? Where are the most beautiful places in the world to visit? To make your vacation planning a little easier, here are some of the most beautiful places in the world for you.
1- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
2- Paris, France
Paris is one of the most dreamy places on the planet not just for its world-class cuisine and museums, but for its charm. Anyone who has ever visited the City of Lights knows that there’s just something about it. Maybe it’s the pastel-colored streets leading to Montemarte’s Sacré-Cœur or the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars at sunset. Without a doubt, Paris has been and probably always will be one of the most admired places on Earth.
4- Petra, Jordan
5- The Colosseum – Italy
You can visit countless attractions in the Italian capital, Rome, but do not miss the opportunity to visit the unique Colosseum. The huge arena hosted the gladiatorial battles of the ruling Emperor. An exciting experience!
6- Taj Mahal – India
The Taj Mahal is probably the most glamorous tomb in the world and the most visited attraction in India. We also know why, because this place is more than impressive! The symmetrical white marble building stands out from the azure blue sky. If you are in India, a visit to the city of Agra is a must.
7- Positano, Italy
8- Venice, Italy
Sleepy gondolas meandering their way through the shimmering turquoise waters of the ancient Italian city’s 150 canals are just one of Venice’s gold stars. This 1200-year-old city is certainly the picture of beauty all around the globe for its vibrant art and celebrated architecture. The lagoon culture, which provides the town with specialty seafood, only adds to the city’s allure.
10- The Maldives
Like one of Mother Nature’s emoticons, this lovable heart-shaped island can be found in the Republic of the Maldives, a country that is spread out over 35,000 square miles in the Indian Ocean, 250 miles southwest of India. The nation is comprised of 1,190 coral islands formed around 26 natural atolls, each of which is made of a coral reef circling a lagoon. While the Maldives is one the world’s most geographically dispersed countries, it is the smallest Asian country in both land area and population; only 200 of those islands are populated. Hello, deserted island paradise.
11- Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland
Nothing says charming mountain village like Lauterbrunnen. Quaint quiet and quintessentially Swiss, Lauterbrunnen is one of the most picturesque places in the world. Dotted with perfect chalet-style houses scattered over verdant green fields, the entire area feels like something from the Sound of Music. Serene village life isn’t all it has going for it either. The scenery is to die for and even sports the nickname ‘Valley of 72 Waterfalls’ so no wonder it’s one of the most beautiful places in Europe and the world.
12- The Amazon rainforest – South America
Deep green and full of life: these are the key facts of the Amazon rainforest. There is probably no other jungle in the world that is so impressive. For good reason, the Amazon is also called “the green lung of the earth”. Wander through the jungle to the most
13- Trolltunga, Norway
Soaring 700 meters above Lake Ringedalsvatnet is one of the world’s most scenic and beautiful places in the world, Trolltunga. This stunning cliff ledge which translates to “Troll Tounge” provides unbelievable views of the surrounding lakes and fjords and creates an experience so humbling you’ll just have to experience it for yourself. Gaze out at Ringedalsvatnet, splitting the fjords into pieces or the snowcapped mountains off in the distance to learn the definition of epic.
14- Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA
Few places are as awe-inspiring as Arizona’s Antelope Canyon. Set in Navajo land just east of Page, Arizona this slot canyon is simply out of this world. Light seems to dance inside the deep walls creating every shade of orange imaginable. The wavy formations within are ethereal and will have you humbled at the fact that this geological curiosity was all carved from rainwater.
15- Grand Canyon, USA
The Grand Canyon is an overwhelming canyon 277 miles long, in some places no less than 18 miles wide and almost 1.5 miles deep. You can discover the wonders of nature in a variety of ways, including a boat ride across the Colorado River and the surrounding area.
16- Niagara Falls, New York
New York is home to many amazing attractions, but Niagara Falls is arguably one of those that everyone will tell you not to miss. It’s right on the border between the USA and Canada, and it’s a must-see attraction, for sure. These falls earn over 30 million visitors on an annual basis, and it’s no surprise! When you see all that water – six million cubic feet of it in total! – plummeting downwards at each minute of every day, you’ll be in awe, too.
17- Kalabaka, Greece
18- Northern lights, Norway
While it’s possible to witness the completely crazy phenomenon known as the aurora borealis from any number of locations positioned far enough north, we’re picking Norway as the bucket-list destination. Why? Because it’s Norway. There are fjords, islands, glaciers, whales, moose, and polar bears! But also because Norway just so happens to be a particularly wonderful spot to see the magical light show that occurs when highly charged electrons from the solar wind meet up with elements in the Earth’s atmosphere along the lines of the magnetic force of the planet’s core (in a nutshell). From the land of the Vikings, you can see some of the strangest and most splendid antics the sky has to offer.
19- Palawan, Philippines
This immaculate string of islands is seen as some of the best in the world and it’s pretty obvious why. Palawan is a fantastic triple threat of diverse wildlife, pristine landscapes, and subterranean marvels. Because of its stretch across the Sulu and South China seas, it boasts a huge variety of nature from steep limestone cliffs to jawdropping coves and unbelievable beaches.
20- Great Barrier Reef, Australia
The largest living structure on the globe, the Great Barrier Reef is comprised of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands; it stretches more than 1,400 miles long the Coral Sea off the coast of Queensland, Australia. Within its 133,000 square miles, the array of life is almost hard to fathom. Amongst the tangle of colorful reefs, more than 600 types of coral reside along with more than 100 species of jellyfish, 1,625 types of fish, 133 varieties of sharks and rays, and more than 30 species of whales and dolphins. That’s a lot of sea creatures! It is one of the most complex ecosystems around; its diversity is only matched by its physical beauty. Plus: heart-shaped reefs (swoon!).
21- Machu Picchu Archaeological Park, Peru
The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH)’s official definition and ranking, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 when they were surpassed by Taipei 101. The Petronas Towers remain the tallest twin towers in the world. The buildings are a landmark of Kuala Lumpur, along with the nearby Kuala Lumpur Tower; they remained the tallest buildings in Kuala Lumpur until 2020 when they were surpassed by Merdeka PNB 118.