There are plenty of breathtaking places around the world just like there are plenty of not so hot tourist spots. And Oymyakon, Russia is known to be home of the world’s coldest weather. You can say it as a chilly paradise. After all, summertime means going on vacations. So, maybe these places will give you some vacation inspiration.
1. Maroon Bells, USA
If you’re dreaming of being marooned somewhere that has everything you could ever dream of this quaint little spot located about 10 miles from Aspen, Colorado might be the perfect place.
2. Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
Croatia has plenty of beautiful sites, but it’s the Plitvice Lakes that are truly nature’s magic. The ancient forests surround sixteen lakes complete with waterfalls and bridges that are both natural and man-made. Also, if you’re not too afraid there are some magnificent wildlife that can frequently be spotted such as bears, wolves, boars, and birds.
3. Banff National Parks, Canada
If you enjoy breathtaking views of a picture-perfect mountain town surrounded by the Rocky Mountain peaks and glacial lakes that look too turquoise to be real than Banff National Parks in Canada might be the place for you.
4. Cinque Terre, Italy
The Italian coastline is nothing short of breathtaking views, but it’s Cinque Terre that has won the hearts of tourists from all over the world. If you love jagged, rugged coastline villages and towns full of bright, vibrant houses, then this romantic place is waiting for you. You can even enjoy the five fishing communities of the Cinque Terre.
5. Ring of Kerry, Ireland
Some people believe that Ireland is full of pubs and quaint country towns, but there’s a history of unspoiled land just waiting for tourists to enjoy and that’s at the Ring of Kerry. This is a tourist trail that connects quaint coastal towns together and has attracted visitors for many years.
6. Schiltach, Germany
If you want a true Black Forest experience in a village as unspoiled by modern life as you could possibly find that the village of Schiltach in Germany is the best spot to do so. It’s one of the most beautiful places present on the planet, Earth.
7. McWay Falls, USA
For some reason, waterfalls and paradise have always gone hand in hand, and that’s why McWay Falls has made into the list. It’s an 80-foot waterfall that flows year-round from McWay Creek. It’s one of two waterfalls in California that cascade directly into the ocean.
8. Machu Picchu, Peru
If a place riddled with history is more your idea of paradise, then you might want to take a visit to Machu Picchu and Peru is known for its beautiful landscape as far as the eye can see.
9. Douro International Natural Park, Portugal
If you have the pleasure to visit Portugal than the Rocky Canyon rising above Douro River, Portugal is one of the closest things to paradise that our eyes have ever seen.
10. Gartness, Blood River, Scotland
If you’ve ever dreamed of visiting the Isle of Skye than Scotland will make you believe in the idea of mythical creatures and lore that you’ve never experience, especially if you get the chance to see the Devil’s Pulpit located just outside of Gartness, Scotland.