13. Machu Picchu
Don’t forget to go on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to the “Lost City of Incas” when you visit Machu Picchu. The challenging yet fulfilling hike on the Inca trail will take you four days to complete, and you’ll see that it was all worth it when you reach the site at sunrise. If you are not up to the challenge, there is a tourist train you can hop on to take you to the base of the mountain.
Barcelona has got numerous sightseeing adventures. Tourists get to discover the medieval architecture of Barri Gotic and take snapshots of the elaborate La Sagrada Familia. The Gaudi’s creations in Guell park are another sight to behold. Elsewhere, you’ve got the Las Ramblas that is always booming with activities while La Barceloneta Beach offers the perfect refuge to enjoy a nice breeze under the hot sun.
Many consider Santorini as one of the best honeymoon destinations in the world. This famous Greek isle has a magnetic effect on newlyweds who visit it every year to enjoy the romantic sunsets, picturesque beaches, and pastel-hued villages. Get a taste of history with a visit to archeological sites such as the Ancient Akrotiri and Ancient Thira. Wine lovers can visit the Santorini winery and those trying to can hitch a boat ride to Thirassia.