Top Holiday Destinations Around The World
What would you do if someone gave you millions of dollars? Buy a mansion, Rolls Royce, a private beach and lots of designer clothes? I’d do none of this. Yep –I have better plans up my sleeve. I’d simply take a world tour. I’ve already decided that I’m going to spend my life savings on seeing the world. I’m going to share with you the top holiday destinations around the world.
If you are a sucker for art, architecture and culture like me, then you cannot miss going to Barcelona. Most people go to Spain for a holiday, but for some stupid reason don’t end up going to Barcelona! Soak in Gaudi’s world famous Parc Güell, Casa Milà and Casa Batlló. Visit the Picasso Museum and Passeig de Gràcia and spend hours and hours looking at the beautiful architecture of the city. And if you’re a foodie, you’re going to have a joy ride with all the frittatas and tapas. I strongly recommend you visit this Mediterranean metropolis of beauty.
I’ve seen the beautiful city of Prague as the backdrop for a lot of movies and I’ve always been mesmerized. Imagine what it would be like to see it for real. It’s the largest city of the Czech Republic, located on the banks of the Vltava River. Do you love fairy tale holidays? Well, then your search ends at Prague. Be ready to go around town on your two feet to thoroughly enjoy all the small surprises that this superb holiday destination can throw up. Did you know that the entire central area of the city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site? Now who wouldn’t want to bask in the glory of such a city!
The words that come to my mind when I think of Morocco are ‘exotic’ and ‘hookah’! If you’re looking for an Arabic flavoured holiday replete with harem pants, belly dancers, smoke rings, cost tents and camel rides, Marrakech in Morocco is the place for you. Whether you’re planning a holiday with friends or family, you’re going to have an unforgettable blast. There’s going to be something for everyone to do. Be ready for a bombardment to your senses. There’s an eclectic mix of art galleries, jeweller’s souks, hole-in-the-wall shops selling everything from local ‘thuya’ woodworks and oil-based products to unusual surfing apparel and handmade leather goods. Whilst you are busy shopping, your husband and kids can go gallivanting to breathe in some of Morocco’s natural splendours. How exciting is it going to be to hire a camel and trek through the Sahara? It’s a once in a lifetime experience ladies! Add one more UNESCO World Heritage city to your palette.