There are many lovely destinations around the world that we admire and hope we could visit. But because we cannot visit all of them, we are frequently left with a wide range of options from which to choose a few.
For example, I’d like to visit about 20 different country’s, over 50 cities, and over 150 historic and tourist attractions, and I’m sure you do as well have places in mind that you might want to visit. But it is not possible to visit all of them.
As a result, I’ve carefully considered providing you with a list of some of the most intriguing places you should consider visiting at least once in your life.
These recommendations are based on a number of factors, including Covid19 cases, security and safety, city attractiveness, tourist attractions, and much more. Examine the information and make your own choices from them.
1. Wuhan, China: Wuhan may be best known for its role in the spread of Coronavirus, and that alone is incentive enough to pay it a visit.
Wuhan is one of the most populated and developed cities in central China, with sufficient high-tech facilities and provisions for virtually everything that is necessary for the growth of a modern city.
Wuhan has enough cultural artifacts to keep even the most ardent travelers occupied. The city has long been lauded for its contributions to the arts, and it is home to the Yellow Crane Tower, a structure that inspired the famous Tang Dynasty poet Cui Hao’s poetry.
The fast-food model, as in most Chinese cities, was never ignored. In almost every Wuhan street, there is a slew of unique specialized eateries capable of preparing any meal in under five minutes.
The city is also noted for its historical significance in the Chinese market and for being one of the greatest places selling live animals.
2. Hong Kong: Hong Kong is one of the world’s most developed cities, with incredible skyscrapers and entirely tarred roads that are gleaming and shiny in the dark.
This gorgeous Asian city is for you if you enjoy modern high-end constructions. In a combination of new and ancient architectural structures, the gleaming skyscrapers are constructed using hand-assembled bamboo scaffolding.
Hong Kong is divided into two main areas, separated by Victoria Harbour: Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
Everything in the city is based on British colonial history as well as Chinese styles, and it offers a diverse selection of lifestyles for visitors to enjoy.
3. Rome, Italy: The eternity city of Rome is like the Egyptian pyramid a blessing to humanity, and as such every living human should strive to at least catch a glimpse of the historical structure and magical architecture built in this city.
Prepare to cross off a large number of previously unvisited attractions off your bucket list when you visit Rome, such as the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, and the Pantheon.
Further treasures that you will discover in adjacent Vatican City, a mini city-state in the center of Italy, include St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel.
If you want to have the same awe-inspiring experience of Italy as those who have been before you, keep in mind that you will have to visit the eternal city one day.
4. Cairo, Egypt: This Egyptian metropolis, probably Africa’s largest and most attractive city, holds a special appeal for travelers. With a population of more than 20 million people.
Cairo is a gift to Egypt, having played a key role in the ancient Egyptian Empire and human civilization as a whole, and it should be on your list for this reason.
Cairo is not immune to a variety of factors that make a city appealing; in fact, it is home to a number of Afro-Arab lifestyles that are industrializing.
The lively night street in Cairo made living in the city amazing; you could shop for gold and exquisite pieces of jewelry without fear, or you might spend your night at one of the city’s best restaurants, tasting exceptional Egyptian cuisine.
There are a number of other beautiful places in Egypt that I would recommend you visit, including the historic Pyramid of Giza, the Iconic Tower, which is set to be one of Africa’s tallest skyscrapers, Capital Park, The Octagon, and the Al-Fattah Al-Aleem Mosque, Egypt’s largest mosque, among others.
5. Johannesburg, South Africa: You might be hearing it for the first time but Johannesburg is also known as ‘the City of Gold.’ Johannesburg is the African megacity that most non-African travelers think of when planning a trip to the continent; it is breathtakingly gorgeous.
It, like Europe, has a prominent industrialization area that anyone can think of. Johannesburg is the perfect spot to visit if you want to combine big-city culture, shopping, cuisine, and nightlife with outdoor activities and up-close wildlife encounters in one large city.
Johannesburg is recognized as one of the best cities in the world for travelers, owing to the rich experience combined with the security that visitors have had in the city.
Another important reason could be everything else the country has to offer, particularly the unification of African and Western cultures, which allows people of all kinds to enjoy a good time from a variety of options.
You should add the City of Gold to your bucket list for a variety of reasons, including the fact that it is worth it.