Cities to Visit When We Can Travel Again – Photographs to Inspire
Travel is what we love and if you happen upon this site you love it too. Of course, due to the Coronavirus, travel is not an option right now, but it will be again soon. Therefore we have put together a pictorial overview of cities to visit when we can travel again. These beautiful destinations will inspire you to start planning that next amazing trip.
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First on the list of cities to visit when you can travel again is London. London has it all! History, beautiful architecture, interesting people and of course, the Royal family. You can spend days in London and never get bored. For this reason I highly recommend the London Pass, it includes everything you will want to see and visit, plus the Hop Off/Hop On Bus, and river transport on the Thames.
Rome is always on everyone’s list for cities to visit. Of course it should be, it’s not just Rome, it’s ancient Rome. Touring this city is nothing short of amazing, not to mention Rome has some of the best tasting food in the world! To maximize your visit check out the Rome City Pass.
Another wonderful city that is a must visit is Buenos Aires. They call it the Paris of South America, and once you visit you will understand why. Not only is it the birthplace of the Tango, but the beauty and flair of this city is unlike any other. Buenos Aires also offers some of the greatest food I’ve ever tried. You can learn more about this magnificent city here.
Bruges, Belgium is one of the cities to visit just for its pure beauty. The historic city is one of the best preserved medival cities in Europe. As a result, strolling the streets is like going back in time.
Amsterdam is one of the world’s greatest small cities. It has so much to offer to visitors and locals alike. From the Amsterdam canals, to the world famous Museums, as well as the amazing historical sites, such as Anne Frank’s house. Amsterdam is also one of the most romantic cities in Europe and offers unique experiences you can only find in Amsterdam.
Home to 2000 shrines and temples, Kyoto offers a rare link between modern life in the city and its very ancient past. Kyoto is a masterpiece of religious architecture, such as the Kiyomizu-dera, one of the most celebrated temples in Japan, and a UNESCO World Heritage site. As well as the cavernous expanse of Higashi Hongan-ji, as seen above.
Mexico City is the capital and largest city in Mexico, as well as the most populous city in North America. The historic city center is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is a marvel to explore. There is so much to see and do, fantastic cuisine, not to mention glorious shopping. Mexico City is very cosmopolitan and is relatively safe, even with all of the negative news you hear about Mexico.
Maui is the second largest island of the Hawaiian Islands and is know for it’s breathtaking beauty. The island has something for everyone which is why it should be one of the cities to visit when you can. Offering world famous beaches, glorious hiking with views of outstanding waterfalls in Haleakala National Park, and water sports galore. Just imagine yourself relaxing on the beach and taking in a spectacular sunset and you will find yourself making plans.
It’s Paris! Enough said.
Not only is Seoul South Korea’s most famous city, it is also the capital and largest city in South Korea. Seoul is an amazing city and has something for everyone to enjoy. Not only is this city is rich in history, but it also offers mountains and parks for the adventurous, and has a fascinating Korean culture. There is much to see and do here and it is definitely worth a visit.
Cabo San Lucas
Another of the top destinations to visit is Cabo San Lucas. The beaches are gorgeous, the weather is nice most of the year and the vibe here is incredibly laid back. Whether you’re looking for an exotic, luxurious getaway or a family/budget friendly adventure, Cabo is the perfect place to go. Certainly everyone should make it to Land’s End at least once in their life.
Istanbul is a beautiful, cosmopolitan city uniquely situated in both Europe and Asia. Once the city of Constantinople, the culture and history run deep in both the Muslim and Christian religions. The Hagia Sofia, a church for almost a thousand years, then a Mosque for over 500 years and now a museum is a must see for all. Visiting Istanbul is a treat and there are so many things to explore including the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, and the Basilica Cistern. You can also enjoy a Bosphorus River Cruise and visit the Grand Bazaar.
Metz is a magical gem located not far from Luxembourg. You will enjoy strolling the streets of this quaint, picturesque city. St Étienne’s Cathedral in Metz is celebrating it’s 800th anniversary in 2020, and it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cathedrals I’ve ever visited. If you love taking photographs, then you will love Metz.
New York City
New York City is always a must see destination, therefore it has to be included in the list. Vibrant, cultural, musical and an exciting history, the city that never sleeps is absolutely one of the cities to visit after the lockdown is over.
Gorgeous white sandy beaches, unlimited water sports, shopping, and South Beach nightlife make Miami Beach a top spot to put on your bucket list. Of course, it’s just a fun place to hang out as well.
New Orleans, home to great Jazz music, scrumptious food, and Bourbon Street. Not to mention it’s the most haunted city in the United States of America. Do you really need anymore reasons to make this one of the cities to visit once it’s safe to travel again?
We certainly hope that you found these photographs of cities to visit enjoyable. Similarly, if you would like more inspiration as to why to travel check out our post, Top Reasons You Should Travel More to Improve Your Life.
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