They say that the world is a book and those that don’t travel read only one page. So here are a few attractive travel destinations that are sure to satisfy that hidden wanderlust in you.


Dusseldorf is the centre for fashion and art. This wide old university town is lined with a plethora of parks, shops, museums and art galleries. Its pristine location on the Rhine with its gorgeous riverside walkways make for a particularly elegant spot for a vacation. Here are a few attractions of Dusseldorf: TOUR TRAVEL 


One of Dusseldorf’s oldest and poshest spots which allows ample exploration of many grand old buildings like the 13th century St. Suitbertus Church and the Barbarossa which is said to be the stronghold of Emperor Frederick I. 

Nordpark’s Japanese Garden

This 90 acres popular park is a major tourist attraction. The spacious gardens and beautiful lawns of the park are criss crossed by numerous pathways which are delightful to explore. The park also boasts of a variety of landscapes including the lily garden, the Japanese garden and the Horse Tamers statue. TOUR TRAVEL 

The Embankment Promanade

This spot is perfect if you want to enjoy the beauty of the riverside. Lined with cafes, galleries, shops and restaurant, this place offers a Mediterranean flavor to the scene. The promenade also has separate pedestrian and bike paths. 


One of the world’s top tourist destinations, London is a vibrant mixture of art, culture and tradition. From royal palaces to roman ruins, from cathedrals to people’s parliament, London is one array of endless exploration.

Buckingham Palace

This is one of Britain’s most prominent buildings which flaunt the pomp and circumstance of the country. The changing of the guard draws attention from large crowds due to their precision marching and accompanying music. Buckingham palace is the residence of the royal family of Britain and was built in 1837. TOUR TRAVEL 

 The Tower of London

The majestic tower of London has many diverse roles starting from a treasure vault to a private zoo. This world heritage site fascinates people with its storehouse of Britain’s rich history. The display of the crown jewels, the exhibition of different arms and armaments of past kings and the Royal Mint are a few of the highlights of this building. 

The Big Ben

The Big Ben’s 97 metre clock tower is perhaps the most iconic and familiar structure when it comes to London. The tolling of the clock resounds the time signal of BBC radio. The Big Ben and the Tower Bridge are perhaps the two structures synonymous with London. Below it, flanked by the banks of the Thames are the houses of Parliament and seat of Britain’s politics for many centuries. TOUR TRAVEL

Hyde Park

This is London’s largest open space and attracts sightseers due to many highlights like the man-made Serpentine lake popular for boating and swimming, the Speaker’s corner which is a traditional forum of free speech and the Apsley House which housed the first Duke of Wellington. 

London Eye

This is Europe’s largest observation wheel rising 443 feet above the Thames. Each glass capsule offers a breathtaking view of the whole city. The ride lasts for about half an hour but in that time you can get a bird’s eye view of the spectacular landmarks of London. 


From sea to shining sea, the United States is home to a diverse landscape – both culturally and physically. Traveling across its vast landscape gives you a deep appreciation for all that the country has to offer. Be it the Grand Canyon of Northern Arizona, or a couple of hours south the scenic beauty of Sedona, or an island full of fudge and no cars Michigan, the untouched wilderness of Alaska or the home to some of the most beautiful meadows, mountains, and lakes at Montana, beautiful architecture, weather and culture of Florida, or exploring the remote beaches of California, US is home to many wonders. TOUR TRAVEL


A very few cities boast of such rich cultures and heritage as does Istanbul. The city offers a combination of European and Middle Eastern cultures that thrills every tourist. A modern city still true to its ancient heritage, boasting of mosques, cathedrals and basilicas, Istanbul has a unique charm for every traveler. 

Chora church

Although a little weathered and beaten, the Chora Church nevertheless offers a feast for the eyes due to the many Byzantine arts that it houses. Fascinating frescoes and magnificent mosaics depict the life of Jesus and Mary. Dating back to the days of Constantine, the church is considered one of the most beautiful relics of Byzantine architecture.

Hagia Sophia

Once a noble house of worship that served several religions for centuries, it first began as a Greek Eastern Orthodox church. In the 12th century it became a Roman Catholic church. In 14 53 it became a mosque and finally in 1935, it was reopened as a museum. It inspired the construction of many mosques and stands as an example of the great Byzantine architecture. 

The Grand Bazar

This is a shop till you drop spot with over 5000 shops selling jewellery, antiques, carpets, spices and much more. The bazaar dates back to the fourteenth century and today it housed two mosques, four fountains and two steam baths. Shoppers can find old coins, antique jewellery, weapons and old furniture. TOUR TRAVEL 


The small city-state with certain sheen of wealth Singapore offers more than just high-end shopping malls, luxury hotels, and fine dining. There is also a vibrant history and diverse ethnic quarters to discover, along with the many family-friendly attractions and lovely public spaces that make visiting this slightly futuristic city worthwhile. Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest giant observation wheel is as much a delight as is the opulent Marina Bay Sands resort complex and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark a vantage point for taking in the entire city. The most exciting aspects of Singapore the diversity of its neighborhoods are alluring. 

So these are a few travellers’ paradises that they have the power of transforming your mind and senses because if you have not travelled, you have not lived. Travel




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