Top 15 destinations for your trip plan in 2017 - Many Useful

Top 15 destinations for your trip plan in 2017

If you have not yet scheduled your next big trip plan and are making plans to meet new destinations, check out these tips and start dreaming. Closer or more distant, more or less known, are places that all travelers would like to know.



Blue city of Chefchaouen, Morocco

Serving initially as a Moorish fortress for exiles from Spain, Chefchaouen holds a beautiful blue oasis all around. If you’re curious about why all the houses are painted that color, the reason is religious: Jewish teachings suggest that the blue color warns of God’s power – as well as keeping mosquitoes away. Photo: Pixabay


Salt plain of Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Although it looks like a scene from a movie, it’s quite real: a salt desert that turns into one of the biggest mirrors in the world when covered with water. Photo: Pixabay


Freetown Christiania, Denmark

With about 1000 people, its buildings are creatively constructed by hand in every way and shape. It has beautiful gardens where you can walk quietly and small restaurants where you can enjoy a good meal, as well as cultural spaces very welcoming. Photo: Kieran Lynam / CC 2.0


Rice fields in Sapa, Vietnam

The hills with rice paddies, bamboo forests and mountains submerged in clouds make Sapa one of the best tourist attractions in Vietnam. Photo: Pixabay


St. Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow, Russia

St. Basil’s Cathedral, one of the most iconic buildings in Russia, is a true fairy -tale palace in Moscow’s Red Square. Photo: Pixabay


Twelve Apostles, Australia

trip planThe rock formations rising out of the Southern Ocean, the Twelve Apostles (the “Twelve Apostles”) are among Australia’s best-known sights. Photo: Pixabay


Vatican City, Italy

trip planYou do not really visit Rome without going to the Vatican City, which is considered the smallest country in the world. Photo: Pixabay


Cappadocia, Turkey

There is no photo in the world that does justice to this destination. Existing for more than 3500 years, this kingdom of antiquity welcomes hundreds of thousands of people every year who visit their house and phallic volcanic formations, also known as “fairy chimneys”. Photo: Pixabay


Palace of Versailles, France

What are not lacking in France are ornate castles and palaces, but none like Vervailles. Photo: Pixabay


Monasteries of Meteora, Greece

The ancient Orthodox monasteries of Meteora raise the height of a 120-storey building and house six monasteries, finding the perfect balance between nature and architecture. Photo: Pixabay


Blue Lagoon, Iceland

The Nordic beauty and recognized prestige have made the Lagoa Azul an increasingly commercial and tourist destination. But this is still one of the best attractions in the world. Photo: Pixabay


Petra, Jordan

Known in the Middle East as the “crown jewel of Jordan” Petra can be seen in Western culture in several films such as Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade or Transformers 2. Its beauty and its state of preservation make Petra one of the cities more beautiful to visit. Photo: Pixabay


Machu Picchu, Peru

Built in the 15th century, Machu Picchu is the largest and most fascinating vestige of the Inca Empire on the planet. Photo: Pixabay


Las Vegas Strip, USA

Sometimes more is more and Las Vegas is over. Las Vegas Boulevard South is known for its bars, fancy resorts and casinos open day and night. Photo: Pixabay


Peak Tram, Hong Kong

Inaugurated in 1888, for private use by sir George William Des Voeux, British governor, his dignitaries and residents of mountain of Victoria Peak, Peak Tram is today the most spectacular funicular ever. Photo: Meraj Chhaya / CC 2.0

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