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​The 6 Greatest Places on Earth to Visit Before You Die

Posted By Max Mingay     Sep 8    


Each destination listed has something to offer anyone, whether it’s breathtaking scenery, unique architecture, or incredible history and culture. Plus, each one includes the best time of year to visit in order to avoid crowds and get the most out of your experience.

1) Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo is hands down one of the best places to visit in the world. It has all of the Asian culture and food, while also having a surprisingly western feel. Tokyo is full of diverse sites including traditional shrines, ancient temples, and streetscapes. Some top recommendations are Tokyo’s neighborhoods Ginza, Asakusa, and Harajuku which have rows of luxury brand stores, boutiques, and delicious restaurants that showcase Japanese cuisine. If you're looking for a more interesting experience try visiting some local small stores where you can find clothing made by street vendors or unusual delicacies like raw squid balls with dipping sauce. Visiting Tokyo will leave you feeling energized by the energy from the surrounding people!

2) New York City, United States
New York City is a city in constant motion, with skyscrapers whizzing by and people cramming the sidewalks. It has a bit of something for everyone, from the theater at Broadway's latest hit show to hopping bars with live music that keep locals' feet tapping. New York City is what many would call an all-American city, with some of the best American cuisine and sights you'll find anywhere. For these reasons and more, New York City has a bit of something for everyone.

3) Rome, Italy
Rome is one of the oldest, most significant, and most beautiful cities in the world. Tourists typically fall in love with this historic city due to its perfect location right in the center of Italy. Research shows that more than 5 million people visit Rome every year; that's a lot of people! If you haven't seen it for yourself yet, we highly recommend checking out some of these famous landmarks: The Colosseum, St. Peter's Basilica, Piazza Navona เที่ยวไหนดี, Trevi Fountain and so much more! If you're looking for an unforgettable experience while visiting Rome then look no further than the Cinque Terre - five villages perched on mountainsides overlooking the Ligurian Sea.

4) Paris, France
Paris is not just a place of romance, it is also home to some of the world's greatest art. The Louvre Museum is filled with Leonardo da Vinci paintings and the awe-inspiring piece Mona Lisa. The Arc de Triomphe may not be as beautiful as London's Big Ben, but it does mark the spot where Napoleon ended his final bid for victory. And though French chefs often upstage their meat dishes with such finery as foie gras, Paris is still an excellent place for meats and cheeses.

6) Lima, Peru
Located in the center of the coastal country of Peru, Lima is one of the most vibrant and inviting cities in South America. Known for its eclectic mix of cultures from around the world and its delicious cuisine, this capital city is great for any tourist looking for a taste adventure. Why not try traditional Peruvian delicacies like ceviche or papa a la huancaina and take in some art at some of their world-class museums like Larco Herrera or Palacio de Bellas Artes? No matter what you do, make sure to plan your trip to Lima with your partner as it has become one of the most desired destinations for romantic getaways.

5) Amsterdam, Netherlands
Welcome to Amsterdam, one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe. Unlike its neighbors, Amsterdam doesn't speak any English, which might seem off-putting at first; however, it's a sign that this is a place that prides itself on maintaining its culture and language for generations of natives. What you will find in Amsterdam is nothing short of impressive. Within minutes of getting off the train, you'll find an entire complex full of shops and restaurants catering specifically to tourists from around the world. And as if that weren't enough there are countless other attractions for every type of interest: museums like the Hermitage Amsterdam, churches such as Zuiderkerk, or medieval canals perfect for biking along or gondola tours through town.