1. Top view in Germany, check out the location below
Cochem Castle was built around the year 1000 by the palatinate count Ezzo, son and successor to palatinate count Hermann Pusilius
2. Berlin's skyline at sunset is pure magic
Berlin has a temperate climate with moderate temperatures and four distinct seasons throughout the year, with summers typically warm and sunny, and winters cold and snowy.
3. A true masterpiece of Thai architecture
Wat Samphran Temple has an enormous dragon wrapped around its 17-story structure, earning it the nickname of “Dragon Temple.” Features of the structure have significance in Buddhist history and culture. Visitors can walk through the body of the dragon, considered to bring good luck, before climbing to the temple’s top
4. Life is better with a little beach time in Tulum
Unlike many other Maya cities, Tulum was still inhabited when the Spanish arrived in the 16th century
5. A walk in a paradise only in Japan
Okinawa consists of about 160 islands, including the largest one, also called Okinawa Island. The population of Okinawa is around 1.4 million people, making it the smallest prefecture in Japan in terms of population
6. Canada’s beauty knows no bounds, at Banff
The natural beauty of Banff’s surrounding lakes and mountains made it Canada’s first National Park and the world’s third national park refuge, and part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage Site. More than 4 million people from around the world now visit Banff National Park every year
7. Discovering the enchanting beauty of the Living Forest at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, Vancouver, Canada
The Living Forest at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in Vancouver, Canada is a captivating natural attraction. Nestled within the park, it offers a mesmerizing experience surrounded by towering trees, lush greenery, and meandering streams
8. Discovering the stunning beauty of Italy’s Amalfi Coast
The Amalfi Coast is famous for its picturesque seaside towns, cliffs, and beaches. It’s known for its stunning coastline and colorful villages with steep and narrow streets. Many towns along the Amalfi Coast have a rich historical legacy with important sights of historical and artistic value
From @giorgioteti & @gmarcod91
9. Escape the city with us and find serenity in Ma On Shan’s stunning hiking trails, at Hong Kong
10. Life has a lot to worry about, sharks aren’t one of them, at Maldives
11. Ocean lovers! At Freedom Beach, Koh Tao, Thailand
12. I am happy anywhere I can see and feel the ocean. Who else is with me? At Koh Tao, Thailand
13. I guess the sharks were just too afraid to come next to me lol, at Shark Point, Wayag, Raja Ampat, Indonesia
14. Talasofilia is just a dream come true
15. Grateful for days spent in New Zealand‘s blue ocean waters, at Stephenson Island
16. Just another breathtaking sunset view in Hawaii
The warm water, the plentiful reefs, fish, turtles, whales, and barracuda make the beautiful Hawaii islands a great place to spend a lot of time in the water. With all the different things Hawaii has to offer, it surely ranks as the most beautiful place on Earth
17. Kick off 2023’s summer with a cold drink on the beach in Djerba, Tunisia
Things to do in Djerba Tunisia:
1. Relax on the beach.
2. Explore Djerba island on a camel or a quad bike.
3. Single night desert tent Safari.
4. Dolphins spotting boat trip
From @holiday_villas_djerba @andrada.filip
18. Let Cancun’s waves carry you to where you’ll never want to leave, at Mexico
Cancun’s sea is special due to its crystal-clear turquoise waters and white sandy beaches, which make it a popular destination for tourists from around the world. The sea is part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, the second-largest coral reef system in the world, providing a diverse ecosystem for marine life and recreational activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and water sports.
19. One of the most magical views in Venice, at Campanile de San Marco
Did you know: Piazza San Marco is the lowest point in Venice
Everyone knows Venice is built on water but did you know that Piazza San Marco is the closest you can get to it? The square sits around 90 cm above sea level, supported by 100,000 wooden piles. Unsurprisingly, the square is extremely prone to flooding and always the first part of the city to get wet, with water pouring through the drain holes in different parts of the square. At several points throughout the year, the square is totally submerged in water
20. POV: The trip makes it out of the group chat, at Denmark
21. Renting a hanbok is an experience you don’t want to miss when in Seoul
The hanbok was initially worn by both men and women, but over time, it became more associated with women’s fashion. Today, it is typically worn during formal occasions, such as weddings and Korean holidays, and is often made of silk or other high-quality fabrics with intricate embroidery and embellishments. The colors and designs of the hanbok also have symbolic meanings, such as the use of red for happiness and blue for loyalty
22. Spending this summer at the Emerald Lake Lodge
Emerald Lake Lodge is the only property on secluded Emerald Lake, surrounded by the breathtaking Rocky Mountains. The lodge is twenty minutes west of Lake Louise. Originally built in 1902 by the Canadian Pacific Railway, this historic property includes 85 comfortable units situated in 24 chalet-style cabins. The units feature cozy duvets, wood burning fireplaces and balconies or patios with magnificent views of the property
23. Today we showing you guys blissful shores, where dreams meet reality, at Maldives
Four Seasons Kuda Huraa is a luxurious resort situated on a private island in the Maldives. With 96 villas and bungalows, guests can enjoy stunning ocean views and world-class amenities such as a spa, multiple restaurants, and a PADI dive center. The resort also offers a range of activities, including water sports, cultural experiences, and marine conservation programs
24. Thessaloniki insane views. Have you ever been to Greece?
Thessaloniki is a Greek port city on the Thermaic Gulf of the Aegean Sea. Evidence of Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman history remains, especially around Ano Poli, the upper town. The ruins of Roman Emperor Galerius’ 4th-century palace include the Rotunda that has been both a church and a mosque. Much of the city center was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1917. The rebuilt 20th-century city has a modern European layout
25. Where the rugged California coastline meets the endless blue horizon, at Big Sur, California Coast
Big Sur has been called the longest and most scenic stretch of undeveloped coastline in the contiguous United States, a sublime national treasure that demands extraordinary procedures to protect it from development, and one of the most beautiful coastlines anywhere in the world