We all like to travel, but unfortunately, we have to work most of the time, and we can only devote a few weeks a year, at best, to trips. Therefore, you should know the following list of places you need to visit at least once in your lifetime, because if you’re already on holiday, why not visit the most beautiful places in the world?
Burano is a very worthy contender for the title "the most colorful region in Italy" and it is actually one of five islands located in the Venetian lagoon. The fishermen who lived there decided to paint their houses in bright colors so that it would be easy to spot them through heavy fog. Today, residents aren’t allowed to paint their homes any shade they want and if they want to paint their home, they need to send a letter to government officials and wait for a response with an approval of the color they chose.
There are over 2,000 people living in the area, and Tasilak is still the seventh largest city in Greenland, only 100 km away from the Arctic Circle. The cities most popular attractions include dog-driven snow sleds, glaciers, and hiking near the Flower Valley.
With almost untouched architecture and an amazing harbor, Newport is a charming little “English” town. Here you’ll find mansions from previous eras and great festivals, such as the folk festival that takes place every year in July.
The producers of the movie "Smurfs" managed to convince the 250 residents of this small town to paint their houses blue for the movie’s premiere. Meanwhile, the city is still blue, and if you're good, you might get to see the Smurfs.
The town of Český Krumlov has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been standing since the 13th century. The gothic State Castle of Český Krumlov is the second largest in the Czech Republic, with 40 buildings, palaces, and gardens, and today serves as a venue for art performances.
Wengen is a spectacular ski town filled with traditional wooden huts surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery. In addition to its amazing charm, no car has driven in it for more than 100 years. This place is where you would imagine Heidi (from the book of the same name) living.
This small Dutch village, formerly known as “small Venice of the north”, has several trenches instead of roads, and the houses are located on small islands that provide a private space for each resident. Anyone who visits here agrees that the village and the people who live in it are equally charming.
A spectacular Mediterranean landscape awaits anyone who visits the town of Èze in the French Riviera. Some call it the Eagle's Nest because of the high cliff on which it is located. The city is hundreds of years old, and its first building was built in the year 1300!
Although technically part of the capital of Puerto Rico - San Juan, the island of “Old San Juan” is the home of this small, independent town which is definitely worth visiting. Its European style adds to the charm of the place, which once you enter it will feel as though you have returned to 16th century colonial Spain.
This colorful tropical place is the southernmost destination you can reach in the US. You can see dolphins or take a tour of famous writer Ernest Hemingway’s home.
Shirakawa is known around the world for the triangular shape of its houses - a style known as "Gasshō-." The roofs are reminiscent of the traditional prayer hand position, but the reason for their shape is much more practical, as the snow easily slides off them.
Yvoire is one of the most beautiful cities in France. It is recommended to reach this destination during the summer months when the streets are decorated with many colorful flowers that add to the wonderful atmosphere of the place.
The city of Split in Croatia has been well preserved throughout its long history. It has an amazing combination of ancient Roman ruins, stunning beaches, and vibrant young nightlife.