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101 Dream Travel Locations

101 Dream Travel Locations

101 Dream Travel Locations

We all have a wish list of places we’d like to visit around the world, whether it’s beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, stunning cities or a combination of all these features and more. As one location gets ticked off the list, another is usually added! 101 Dream Travel Locations is the ultimate companion for anyone looking to turn their travel dreams into a reality. Packed with information on what to see and do, how to get around, where to stay and eat, and a whole lot more, the hardest decision to make will be where to go first. Organised by continent, and numbered for reference, it’s important to point out that the places are by no means ranked, because we believe each experience is subjective and unique to the individual. So, what are you waiting for? Sit back, relax and start planning your next dream getaway!

Pays:
United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Future Publishing Ltd
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1 min.
welcome

We all have a wish list of places we’d like to visit around the world, whether it’s beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, stunning cities or a combination of all these features and more. As one location gets ticked off the list, another is usually added! 101 Dream Travel Locations is the ultimate companion for anyone looking to turn their travel dreams into a reality. Packed with information on what to see and do, how to get around, where to stay and eat, and a whole lot more, the hardest decision to make will be where to go first. Organised by continent, and numbered for reference, it’s important to point out that the places are by no means ranked, because we believe each experience is subjective and unique to the individual. So,…

1 min.
101 dream travel locations

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paris

With its reputation as the ‘city of love’, Paris certainly has a lot to live up to – but in this sprawling city made up of winding streets and lookalike buildings, it’s easy to find yourself stumbling into Paris’s most romantic quarters. Of all of Paris’s districts, however, there’s no arrondissement quite as spectacular and mesmerising as Montmartre. A suburb built up on the city’s steepest hill, Montmartre thrived in the late 19th century as a creative hub, a mecca for all of Europe’s greatest artists, including Picasso, Dalí, Van Gogh and Degas. With its cobbled streets, unspoilt vibe and wealth of independent shops and stalls, Montmartre is the living memory of the celebrated Belle Époque, a golden age of French history immortalised in film and literature. To truly absorb the beauty…

1 min.
free museum openings

With so many incredible sites, galleries and museums to visit, Paris can quickly become an expensive place for tourists hoping to soak up the city’s history and culture. However, the first Sunday of every month sees most museums open their doors for free. If you’re lucky enough to be in town on this date, be sure to get up early to beat the crowds, as queues are quick to form at the more popular destinations. To make the most of the day, plan an itinerary, using the internet to find out how much time you’re likely to spend at different sites. While you can lose yourself for hours in most of Paris’s galleries, you may find that half an hour will suffice at other sites. It’s worth checking online to…

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santorini

With its dazzling whitewashed buildings, trademark blue-domed churches, and dramatic clifftop towns, Santorini is arguably Greece’s most recognisable location. This little island in the Aegean Sea offers so much beauty in such a small space, and visitors flock here in their millions to watch the sun set over its red, rocky landscape. But this haven of tranquillity was not always so; the island had explosive beginnings. Its unique shape – it resembles a reverse ‘C’ enveloping some smaller islands – was caused by an extremely violent volcanic eruption thousands of years ago. What’s left is the remains of a volcano caldera that flooded with seawater. The people of Santorini soon built a new civilisation, perilously clinging to the sides of the old rim. As you might expect from anywhere in Greece, Santorini…

2 min.
cappadocia

Its moonscape is otherworldly, its cave dwellings spectacular, and its record of human existence awe inspiring. In the heartland of Turkey, Cappadocia is dotted with towns that bridge both ancient and modern times, including Mustafapasa, Avanos, Uçhisar, Göreme and Ürgüp. Regular airline and rail services are available from the Turkish capital of Ankara, and from the eastern metropolis of Istanbul to Kayseri, the largest city close to the most frequently visited sites in Cappadocia. Cappadocia, known also as the ‘land of beautiful horses’, presents a kaleidoscope of varied activities. Millions of years of erosion carved extensive caves in the soft sedimentary rock, and its earliest dwellers transformed these natural phenomena into homes, churches and other useful areas that constitute underground cities. In Göreme, the waters left impressive formations, such as minarets, soaring…