Situated in the middle of Rome is the smallest official country in the world, Vatican City. Covering a mere 0.44 square kilometres, whilst Vatican City may be known to many because of its size, being home to the Pope and centre of the Catholic religion, it is the buildings that are encompassed within the country that are the reason for its inclusion within this list.
The Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica and St Peter’s Square will all take your breath away themselves, without taking into consideration the amount of famous artwork that is on display within them.
Home to the biggest lakes and tallest peaks in England, the Lake District is located in the north west part of the country and is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Comprising of just under 100 lakes and many hills, peaks and mountains, the Lake District is the ideal destination for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life – just make sure that you’ve got your camera with you at all times.
One of the Society Island in the Pacific Ocean, Bora Bora is renowned today as one of the most luxuriously beautiful places in the world. Gaining popularity throughout and just after World War II (due to its use by the American army as a supply base), it is rumoured that a lot of the military personnel did leave Bora Bora after the war had ended as the island was so beautiful and relaxing.
Known for its luxurious bungalows that are on stilts in the water, Bora Bora is an increasingly popular destinations for honeymooner’s and by looking and these photographs, it’s not difficult to see why.
There are many different large and popular waterfalls all around the world, but none offer as spectacular views as Iguazu Falls does.
Sat on the border between Brazil and Argentina, it is possible to get safely into Iguazu Falls that you can benefit from over 250 degrees worth of waterfalls surrounding you. It may not be as big as some of the other waterfalls around the world, but Iguazu Falls is by far one of the most stunning.
As one of the most memorable and prominent Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Great Pyramid of Giza is one of three pyramids in the area, but is by far the oldest and largest – it is reputed to have been built approximately 2,500 years ago and currently stands at 455.22 feet tall.
Combined with the beautiful statue that is the Sphinx, the 241 foot long sculpture that is reputed to have been built in 2,500 years BC, they are two of the most recognisable monuments on earth.
The capital of the United States of America is full of architectural delights and brimming with history that the area cannot be described as anything but beautiful, regardless of in what context and respect.
The White House is the most popular piece of architecture, but other notable mentions are the Capitol Building, Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument – a stunning obelisk that towers above Washington at just over 555 feet tall.