Haven’t had enough time to travel in 2017? Its ok, you can make up for it this year. We come to your help and present you the best foreign destinations to see in 2017.
London, United Kingdom
If you love historical buildings just as much as modern art, London is the place to visit. The Parliament with the Big Ben, the London Eye and Westminster Abbey are so close to each other that you can visit all of them by walking in a single day. Then you would have enough time to visit Madame Tussauds and Tate Modern, two of the museums you must not miss while you are there. And if you like alcohol pay a visit to the traditional English pubs and don’t forget that drinking is legal for anyone over 18!
Do the shopping and have some tapas on the famous Ramblas Street and then have an afternoon siesta before going to a majestic concert at the Palau de la Musica Catalana. In Barcelona you can admire the work of the great artist Antonio Gaudi, from the most well-known Sagrada Familia to Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, his famous Parc and Palau Guell.
The city of love never disappointed anyone. If you like sight-seeing you can go to the top of the Eiffel Tower from where you can see a huge part of the city. If you prefer walking, the gardens of Versailles should satisfy you but if you are more of a walker-and-shopper, just go to the Champs-Elysées, the most famous boulevard in Paris. While you are there you can also grab a bite at one of the many restaurants. Croissants or quiche might be the best choices.
If you don’t fancy Europe, Sydney is a place with many things to do and to see. The Opera House should be on everybody’s must-see list. If you love the ocean you can walk from Coogee to Bondi for incredible views.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Many people’s life goal is to have the chance of visiting Rio de Janeiro during its most-famous festival in the whole world. But even if you don’t get to the festival Rio is still an interesting city. The famous beaches Ipanema and Copacabana will make you fall in love for sure.
One of the most beautiful capitals in Eastern Europe, Budapest has much to offer to its tourists. You can take a boat tour on the Danube from where you will see the beautiful building of the Hungarian Parliament. Above one of the bridges which separates the old and the new part of the city (Buda and Pesta) there is the Hungarian Statue of Liberty, at the top of a hill that you can visit. At the top of the hill you will find a traditional market with old items and traditions. Do not miss it!
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