There are thousands of amazing places like the ones we show you in this post that you surely haven’t seen yet. Maybe you haven’t stopped to think about everything you are missing: it’s time to start taking a look at the list of all the wonders of the world that you might see at least once in your life. Let yourself be surprised by these spectacular landscapes that we show you. How many and which of these places in the world have you had the pleasure of knowing? Find vacation rentals around the world here.
Get lost in the streets of Budapest
Stroll through the Parliament of Budapest, symbol of the city, walk the length and breadth of the Buda Castle and its labyrinth, cross the Chain Bridge and discover its famous bars made from ruined buildings … This, and much more, is what Budapest offers. By staying in one of the many holiday apartments in Budapest you will have the opportunity to visit the Citadel, the Fishermen’s Bastion and the Heroes’ Square. You will be able to stroll in one of the most emblematic streets of the city, Andrassy ut, and go shopping in refined and elegant boutiques. However, what most of all you will not want to miss are the famous Baths of Budapest, the largest spa in Europe, consisting of 3 large outdoor and 15 indoor pools which can be accessed at reasonable prices. Budapest is a complete city, where getting lost is a real pleasure!
For gastronomy, monuments, gardens, shows and the famous Disneyland Paris theme park… continues to deserve a place in the ranking! Paris, the European capital of love, wins every year hundreds of thousands of tourists from all over the world who book holiday apartments in Paris, thanks to numerous factors. The opportunity to walk on the roofs of the buildings, each neighborhood that differs from the other and hides something fascinating to discover, the romantic sunsets and the melodies of musicians along the Shine. In addition, Paris reveals its most hidden charm precisely in the grayest and most rainy days, when it is tinged with melancholy pastel colors. Admire Paris from above, discover the wonderful metro stations, urban museums. Paris is all of this .. and much more!
Go shopping in Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar
The Grand Bazaar of Istanbul is one of the largest and oldest markets in the world. It is said that its origin dates back to 1455. You can find a wide variety of handicrafts, including the Nazar, the Devil’s Eye, which according to tradition ward off negative energies and bad luck, and you can let yourself be enveloped by the wonderful colors , smells and sounds of a magical place. By renting one of the many holiday apartments in Istanbul you can admire one of the largest and most fascinating mosques in Europe, or the Blue Mosque, and feel catapulted into a distant world, with thousands of turquoise ceramic tiles and enchanting mosaics. Traveling to Istanbul with its almost lunar landscape, its canyons and its earth and sand pyramids, will make you live an incredible experience.
Scents and colors of the bazaars of Marrakech
You can find clothes, food and all kinds of handicrafts in the bazaars of Marrakech. It is one of the perfect cities to get to know the tradition and essence of Morocco. Enjoy a red sunset over the famous Jemaa el Fna square from the terrace of a fantastic holiday apartment in Marrakech, admire the Ali ben Yousef Medersa, the Funduqs of Rue Mouassine, the Bahia Palace, the Saadite Tombs, the Jardin Majorelle and let yourself be carried away by the maze of alleys where practically everything that makes up the city’s Medina is sold. Absolutely one of the destinations to visit at least once in a lifetime.
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Explore the Great Mosque of Cordoba
One of the places to learn more about the amazing Arab culture and architecture is the Great Mosque of Cordoba, now the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of Mary in Cordoba, whose construction began over 1200 years ago.
Today it is one of the structures in all of Spain that best express Arab-Islamic art and Andalusian Gothic and Renaissance architecture. It was declared a Heritage of Cultural Interest and Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 1994 and, a little less than 15 years later, it was also included among the twelve Treasures of Spain. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and evocative buildings in the world, as well as being, together with the Alhambra in Granada, the Aljafería in Zaragoza and the Giralda in Seville, one of the most visited monuments in the whole region.
The building was built by Abd al rahman I, on the ruins of the Basilica of San Vincente dating back to the Visigothic period; later it was enlarged by the successive rulers with three great works of reform that now allow us to visit it in all its grandeur. You can rent one of the many holiday homes in Cordoba and enjoy your stay!