Travelling is a great hobby to have. Granted, it’s not the cheapest one, but considering all the wonderful things you’ll see and the amazing experiences you’ll have it’s very much worth it. However, when travelling a lot of people choose to go to the most popular destinations like Paris – to see the Eiffel Tower, or London to see the Big Ben, or New York – to see the Statue of Liberty. All those locations are great in their own ways and are definitely worth visiting. But we’ve come up with 9 interesting places people don’t usually think of visiting, but really should.
Antarctica isn’t the easiest place to travel to. It’s not like you could just buy a ticket, hop on a plane and then spend a week wandering the icy land, high-fiving penguins on the way. There’s no tourism per se in Antarctica, but there are 3 ways for you to see this gorgeous place. The first one is to take a commercial cruise with a short shore visit. This is the easiest and most popular way so far. The other two options are either a specially mounted land exhibition or sightseeing by air, which means you get to fly over Antarctica in a helicopter.
Few people even know about the existence of Patagonia, unless they’re from the neighbouring countries. Patagonia is a sparsely populated area in the South America that’s actually shared by Argentina and Chile. This place is mostly made up of deserts, grasslands, steppes and the southern part of Andes mountains. You might say it’s a whole lot of nothing, it’s just a lot of land that’s barely been touched by humans. But that’s the beauty of it. It’s absolutely gorgeous. It’s a great place to go for a backpacking vacation. It’s kind of like a South American version of the Shire.
When picking a summer vacation in Europe most people think of going to Italy, Greece or South of France. But why not go to Croatia? It’s got a lovely coastline where you can sunbathe on the beach, and it also has a lot of interesting historical and cultural sightseeing spots for you to visit and enjoy. For example some of the architecture in this country has been around since the middle ages. How impressive is that?