Tuesday, November 17, 2015

20 Incredible Secret Places That You Don’t Know About, Yet.

Let me check on this for real quick, before we get down to business.

You’ve been to France and you visited the Eiffel Tower or that beautiful museum in Louvre. That’s great.

You’ve been to Italy and you’ve visited the Colosseum in Rome or the Cathedrals in Vatican.

You’ve seen the Golden Gate Bridge, you’ve seen the Stone Age, and you’ve visited the most beautiful beaches in Greece or went to Bora Bora for a vacation. That’s absolutely marvelous.

Seeing all these destinations have made you miss something else. These secret places that have always been around. There are only few travelers that know about these places.

And now you are among them.

We have the pleasure to take you on a different journey. I know you’ve heard or maybe visited these countries and cities, but I bet you’ve never thought there is something so magical around you.

Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy.

1. Chefchaouen in Northwest Morocco

The place where you will find the special blue painted buildings. The whole spectrum charges your heart and soul batteries.

2. Lord Howe Island in Australia

The Island is untouched by man. Only the 400 luckiest tourists will be allowed to visit this island and feel its spirit.

3. The Bishop Castle in Colorado (San Isabel National Forest)

The best place where you should grab your inspiration. The castle was built only by one man called Jim Bishop.

4. Huacachina, Peruvian Desert

The heaven now has a name.

5. Bastei Bridge, Elbe Sandstone Mountains in Germany

6. Cappadocia, Turkey

7. Hallstatt in Austria

The village and the home of approximately 1,000 people. You will have the opportunity to explore the first ever prehistoric mines.

8. Leptis Magna in Tripoli, Libya

Once known as the major city of the whole Roman Empire.

9. The Alcazar of Segovia in Spain

10. Alter Do Chao in Brazil

The best beach in the whole world here is called the Island of Love. Couple of meters from this beach is the Lago, Verde the home of many myriad animals.

11. Ristorante Grotta Palazzese in Italy

12. Chichilianne, Rhone Alpes in France

13. Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro Valley, Bhutan

A temple from the 17th century. It was built to protect the holy cave where Guru Padmasambhava, Buddhism leader, has been meditating for 3 years, 3 months, 3 weeks, 3 days and 3 hours.

14. Dubrovnik in Croatia

15. Albarracin in Aragon, Spain

16. Bagan, Burma

17. Aescher, Switzerland

18. Haiku Stairs in Hawaii

19. Hvitserkur – North Iceland

20. Pingvallavatn Lake in Iceland

Found very deep this National Park represents a boundary between Europe and North America.

Astonishing places where you should go!

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