10 Top Destinations And best Places to Travel in the world

As you already know: the world is a beautiful place!

But with so many exceptional places to see, cultures to discover, and experiences to live, it is often difficult to make a choice about where to go to balance the time we have and also our budget.

To help you decide where to start your trip, we’ve decided to make a list of the top 10 places to visit before you die and the key experience in each place. This classification is only a small extract of an infinity of things to discover on Earth, but if you have a travel bucket list, take notes!

Remember, that often the best surprises lurk in the simple pleasures, so do not always look for the most “spectacular”, but rather get off the beaten tourist track and really explore!

There are 10 places to visit before you die. Enjoy the ride in pictures…

10. Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

The Neuschwanstein castle in Germany is considered to be one of the most visited places in the country. It’s one of the most scenic places in Europe as a whole. More than 1.3 million tourists visit the castle on a daily basis. The word Neuschwansetin translates to New Swan Stone in English.

The castle was built to be a home for King Ludwig II of Bavaria in1886. He wanted to live out a fantasy and use the Neuschwanstein castle as a retreat for himself. He wanted it to look like a recreation of the castle where he spent his childhood. Originally, the castle was supposed to have about 200 rooms built. However, due to the fact that the funds were cut, only about a dozen of them were finished. Sadly, King Ludwig II never got to see it completed as he died a few years before the final towers were built. After his passing, the castle was opened to the public even though the king never intended for it to be accessible to the public.

The popularity of the Neuschwanstein castle is due to its fairytale appearance that attracts tourists from around the world. It is said that the castle was used as an inspiration for the Disney movie Cinderella in 1950. In addition, it was also an inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty castle that is built-in Disney Land, California. Go Next Page to see more