Our world and planet are a fascinating places. There are literally million places to visit and see and they are all breathtaking. No matter if you want to sunbath, or go mountain-climbing or diving, there are countless places in the world that will be perfect for each activity you choose. Companies like LuggageHero have even made it possible to enjoy any big city even if you’re there on a layover by safely storing your luggage, so you can make the most of your international flights.
From those unlimited possibilities, we have chosen to present five cities that each person should visit during his/her lifetime.
It is not an accident that Paris is called the City of Lights. It is considered to be the romantic, elegance and cultural capital of the world with beautifully arranged banks of the Seine.
IT has some of the most-known sights in the world, such as Notre-Dame, Champs-Elysées Boulevard, Eiffel Tower, Louvre and many more. However, its small streets and avenues, with bakeries and cake shops and traditional French restaurants are the things that make this city so unique.
This is one of the oldest capitals in the world with a history that rarely any city in the world can match, and this is why it is called the Eternal City. The city is in its place and with its name for more than 2,800 years.
On every step, in every corner, you can see the remnants and monuments from the ancient times. However, Rome is also a very modern and fashionable capital. Some of the most known tourist attractions are Coliseum, Spanish Steps, Pantheon etc. Do not forget the Vatican which is located within it.
There is the data that more than 15 million tourist visit London every year. London is surely the place of the greatest mixtures of cultures since there are people from all corners of the world and most of them are from the Commonwealth countries and countries that once were British colonies.
The monuments from the golden ages of the Empire are magnificent and a must-see, some of them are the Tower Bridge, Big Ben, Parliament building, St. Peter’s Cathedral etc. The city is also a modern capital with lots of restaurants, clubs and museums, some of them are with free entrance.
4) New York
It is considered as the most cosmopolitan and urban city in the world. Also known as the Big Apple, New York often dictates what a cosmopolitan and urban city should have.
Some of the most known landmarks are the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Empire State Building, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, One World Observatory etc. There are many museums with fantastic exhibitions, and one day is simply not enough to visit them all.
The thing that Sidney is the most famous for, and the one from the postcards, is the Opera House. It stands as a landmark in the beautifully arranged harbor.
It is the oldest city in Australia and it is rich with Australian history and it is also the modern and industrial center. In comparison to other capitals, it is relatively knew, i.e. it is only 250 years old. It is also the great place of the mixture of various cultures from all over the globe.