It is true that beauty is relative and perception may vary from one person to another. However, it is hard to deny that there are some destinations in this world that many of us would agree are the most beautiful sights on earth. So, if you’re looking for a few of these destinations, here’s a list of the top 10 most beautiful places in the world.
Is there something more dramatic and more beautiful than the Fjords, where the beautiful cliffs descend into the sea with mesmerizing waterfalls next to the narrow channels? The Norwegian Fjords offer stunning variations of green and deep blue beauty, topped with the astonishing snow-capped peaks.
The Norwegian Fjords won the “Best Unspoiled Travel Destination in the World” award from the National Geographic Magazine.
Known for its stunning architecture and canals instead of roads, Venice is considered one of the most famous tourist destinations in Europe. And it’s not hard to realize why so many people go every year to visit the magic of Venice. Your journey to this city will take you to a new world of art, music and exclusive romance.
More than 15 million visitors fly to Venice every year, yet it is said to be sinking at a rate of 1-2 mm per year. It is a sad thought that global warming could eventually end this iconic part of Europe.
The oldest national park in Canada is located in the famous Rocky Mountains. With its snow-covered peaks, stunning blue waters and lush green foliage, you’ll never regret visiting this place and it will stay in your heart forever. It’s also the perfect place to take some interesting wildlife pictures.
More than 4 million visitors travel to the Banff National Park each year to visit its mountains, ranging between 45 and 120 million years old.
Scotland’s largest island, and without a doubt, one of the most beautiful places in the world. The rugged landscapes and mesmerizing scenery of this place make it one of Scotland’s most popular tourist destinations. It’s also known for some magnificent dinosaur fossils, and the impressive wildlife it has to offer.
Here you can also see seals, whales, dolphins and red deer, all of which adds up even more to the unmatchable beauty of this place.
Milford Sound is one of the most stunning fiords on the southern island of New Zealand, home to dolphins, penguins and seals. The peaks of these mountains reach around 1,000 feet, and they are the most spectacular natural attractions in New Zealand, famous for their ink-like water and dense forests.
The beautiful Lake Bled in Slovenia is considered by many to be one of the most famous tourist destinations in Europe. This fairly small lake certainly is more than worth paying a visit. The lake is one of the warmest of the Alps, at a pleasant 26 ° C, the only natural island in Slovenia. It also features a church dating back to the 17th century.