Lifestyle & Travel
Apr 30, 2018
DREAM ABOUT THE SUMMER
What if, in 2018, you'd travel for the five corners of the world? It is hard to choose the most beautiful places, but we prepared a list with five destinations rich in history, culture and unique landscapes you will not want to lose!
By SARA LOUP
Travelling is creating new memories, living new experiences, cultivating oneself and opening horizons. Each adventure allows us to unveil the local culture and absorb it to the one already apprehended, allowing new ways of looking at the world. Knowing new places makes it possible to know and challenge yourself by reaching new goals. Travelling is then the greatest of riches: sharing cultures, habits and rites.
So, pack your bags and come travel with us…
Located in the Levante Basin in the Aegean Sea, Cyprus is an island in the Eastern Mediterranean known for its beauty and picturesque landscapes. But not only beautiful scenery is Cyprus' made. It has a rich history dating back to Roman times, of which culture, art and entertainment have remained mirrored in theatres, museums, churches and peculiar monuments that are now merged with modern life.
Its capital, Nicosia, tells a unique story in Europe. Did you know that after the fall of the Wall of Berlin, was painted a green line on the ground to separate the city in between the Turkish and Greek area? The small and peculiar island of Cyprus is a destination that will delight the most adventurous, curious and the enthusiastic by the white sand landscapes.
It is here that we find Singapore, a former British colony that, until 50 years ago, had no means of subsistence. Currently, it is an emerging city-state and a financial superpower, outgrowth of the technology expansion, making it one of the epicentres of Asian tourism.
Skyscrapers, modern and massive buildings reflect the country's trust and wealth. In fact, you can stroll in Orchard, an Asian version of New York's Fifth Avenue, where commerce, entertainment and urban life prevail. In the coastal area, let yourself be enchanted by the exuberant beaches of white sand and blue sea, wrapped in a warm climate.
Clean, efficient and safe, Singapore is a destination where modernity and culture meet.
Fauna and flora are kings
In Africa, the heat, the food and the African rhythms do not leave anyone free of its contagion. Between rivers and deserts, you will find Botswana, the landlocked country bordering South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe. Discover the Kalahari Desert, defined as one of the most special places in the world where zebras, giraffes, hippos, elephants, lions and various bird species can be spotted. And why not grab your camera and make a photographic Safari? It will certainly be one of the most rewarding experiences of your entire life and where you will realize how wonderful our Planet Earth is.
Get involved in this natural beauty.
Desert, sea and city
Is it possible to combine beach and desert in one destination? Yes, the answer is Australia. In one of the safest countries in the world, take a tour and get to know the fantastic beaches of Perth, the city life of Sydney and Melbourne and indulge in the deserts of thick red sand, trip to Uluru and Augustus, the two largest monoliths in the world.
The Aussies are known for their receptivity and for being a multicultural nation. Knowledge and culture go hand in hand, museums and festivals will not be lacking. So, take a trip to the land of the Kangaroos and make one of the trips, which will certainly be one of the voyages of your life!
One of the seven natural wonders of the world and UNESCO world heritage that you should expect in your bucket list is the Grand Canyon. Admire the grandeur of the Grand Canyon National Park, designed by the Colorado River in the state of Arizona, and have the privilege of looking closely at the geological history of the earth, built more than two billion years ago. The Park is divided into two main zones, the North Rim, which is difficult to access, and the South Rim, with larger tourist affluence. The deserted, arid and dry environment of the Grand Canyon and the lack of vegetation reveals the geological history of the local: surprised and layered, the rocks are displayed in various shades of orange, brown and red, almost perfectly preserved.