Tuesday 31 July 2018

Top Five Attractions and Landmarks around the world

With so many places to visit and explore, it can be really overwhelming to actually make a decision. I have tried to help by narrowing it down to five landmarks and attractions you really should consider visiting on your next holiday.

Top five attractions and landmarks around the world

Rila Monastery in Bulgaria

Want to experience a bit of history on your holiday, then the Rila Monastery is not to be missed. Go back as far as the 10th century with this stunning, historical landmark. This is the largest and most famous monastery in Bulgaria and also bears the most cultural significance. It is thought to be the 'hidden gem' of Bulgaria and situated on the highest mountain, being 1147 meters in altitude! 

Siam Park in Tenerife

Want to go on the World's longest Lazy River ride in the World's best waterpark? Then you need to head to Siam Park in Tenerife. With incredible Thai architecture and amazing free fall rides, this is definitely a water park you don't want to miss!

PortAventura World in Costa Daurada

One for the thrill seekers is PortAventura World in Costa Daurada. The most visited theme park in the whole of Spain and the 6th most visited in the whole of Europe. If fast rides are what you are after, try the Accelerator Coaster which has a top speed of 83.9 mph! This theme park has lots of transport links making it really easy to get to, so you don't have to stay near the park if you just want a day trip. See where else could you stay in Spain with Holiday Gems.

Game of Thrones filming tour in Malta

Game of Thrones fan? Did you know that a lot of scenes in the series were filmed in Malta? Now's your chance to go behind the scenes and experience where the action happened. Including scenes from series one and two, you also get the chance to see locations that aren't even open to the public. You also get to hear all the trivia and not just from anyone but some of the actors themselves. This is not to be missed by any Game of Thrones fan and you get the added bonus of being in a beautiful setting too.

Alcudia's Old Town in Majorca

This medieval town is the largest tourist hub in the north. It boasts a perfectly restored wall from Roman times, dating back to 2000-1300BC as well as historic houses and a theatre from the settlement at the time. The town also puts on events such as fiestas, music festivals and fairs. Along with traditional cuisine, you can expect to get the full Majorcan experience in this beautiful, historic town.

With so much choice and things to do, get booking that holiday as soon as possible!

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