Don’t take a vacation without reading this To The End! Some cities are just so amazing you simply have to see them at some point in your life. Most are even more awesome than you could possibly imagine, as you cannot absorb the atmosphere by just reading about them – you have to be there to experience the ambiance.
For the best sights to see in magnificent London, there are a large number of tours you can join. If you prefer to go your own way, there are lots of tourist information centers to guide you to where you want to go.
Whichever one you decide on, here are just a few of the best sights to see in London, which you simply do not want to miss: Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Windsor Palace and the Thames River. London is full of castles, churches, and cathedrals, and because it’s all so historic and majestic – it would be a trip to remember forever.
If you are going to visit Paris, you are going to want to explore some of the famous landmarks. Whether it’s a state of mind, or whether it’s the city itself, the romance associated with the city will leave you caught up in the atmosphere. It’s a beautiful city and one which contains some places not to be missed.
Being a city with so much to see and so many landmarks, as well as the most important financial center of the US, New York is a must to see. While the lifestyle is very busy, you will discover world-class hotels, restaurants, and museums. You could go for a walk through Central Park, take the famous “Sex and the City tour”, and the New York shopping on 5th Avenue is to die for!
New York will lead you to loads of famous landmark attractions. Some of these include The Statue Of Liberty, The Empire State Building, and Times Square, which contains The Nokia Theater or the Hammerstein Ballroom if you are looking to see a concert.
Rome, being a very historic city, is one of the most visited cities on earth. If you are in Rome, you might as well visit the National Pasta Museum and satisfy your hunger. Other places you will want to visit are The Rostrum, which was where Mark Anthony made his famous “Friends, Romans, countrymen” speech, The Parthenon, The Dario Argento’s Horror Museum, The Museum of Souls in Purgatory, The Colosseum, The famous Trevi Fountain and The International Museum of Film and Entertainment.
You will want to allow plenty of time to see all of these amazing historic landmarks. A couple more not to be missed is The Basilica, which contains the tomb of the original Pope, St Peter, and the Isola Tiberina, which is in the middle of the Tiber river and is the smallest inhabited island in the world.
Ah – full-on romance from sun-up to sunset. Picture yourself enjoying a gondola ride on one of Venice’s many canals as you observe the sights of this romantic city pass by. The city is very picturesque, with boats in place of buses and canals replacing streets, and the shopping is superb in the many shopping malls.
Other attractions include The Rialto Bridge, Doges Palace, and St Marks Square, which is home to the amazing St Marks Basilica which contains a lot of history.
Known for its nightlife. It’s a very interesting city, having a colorful history of Spanish settlers. Landmarks you will want to see while visiting this beautiful city are the Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown (dinner here sounds good) and the Fisherman’s Wharf.
While in San Francisco, you simply must enjoy a cable car ride on Nobs Hill and why not include a trip to Alcatraz. Well worth a visit, don’t miss this awesome city.
It is America’s gambling capital. You simply have to experience the flashy, glitzy neon lights, the strobes and the casinos providing the background noise. Take a wander along The Strip, to see all of the major hotels competing with each other to be the biggest, and the best, the loudest, and the most outrageous.
After you have had enough of that atmosphere, take a tour to the Grand Canyon, or take in one of the famous shows in the evening. Las Vegas is probably to be taken in small doses, but well worth the visit.
Tokyo is a very clean city, and one of the first things that will occur to you is how efficiently they use public transport. Beware though, they do not speak much English, so being able to speak or read just a bit of the language would be a considerable advantage.
Tokyo also has many places you will want to see while there. These include the Wax Museum (good one for the kids), the Edo-Tokyo Museum, the Kokugikan arena where you can watch a Sumo wrestling match, the National Gardens, the Sensoji Temple, the Meiji Shrine, the Imperial Palace, Kabuki Theater, the Ginza – which means silver mint, and of course the Orient Express. You may also like to visit Tokyo Disneyland while there, before exploring the streets lined with shops and restaurants all competing for your business.
Sydney, as it is internationally regarded as one of the best cities in the world to visit, It is positioned on spectacular Sydney Harbour, with sensational views in all directions. There are many exciting things to do in Sydney including climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge and exploring the opera house.
How about a return trip on the Manly ferry as it cuts it’s way to Circular Quay. Bondi’s renown for its beautiful beach, lunch at Chinatown, pat the koala bears and kangaroos at Taronga Zoo or enjoy an Australian meal at the top of the Sydney Tower’s revolving restaurant with 360-degree views of the city.
Do not miss this city – to die for!
Edinburgh is an award-winning, world-class tourist destination full of culture, sandy beaches, and stunning skylines. The city center is a World Heritage Site and lies between two extinct volcanos. The Prince Street Gardens runs through the city, dividing it into the Old and New Town parts. The Royal Mile, which runs on the southern side, has churches, bagpipe players, shops selling kilts, and Edinburgh Castle is at the end.
You can wander through the streets of the Port of Leith, visiting the various bars and restaurants. Or, take a cruise on the River Forth and experience the rugged terrain of the volcanic Arthur’s Seat. Edinburgh, because it has more leisure facilities and services per head of population than any other regional city in Scotland, England or Wales.