Places worth visiting at least once

Manu Luize
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If you can not decide where to go on a trip, then we will help you with this. And in order to make your trip even better and more interesting, we advise you to use a car rent long term service. Renting a car, believe us, is much more convenient than buses full of tourists. Also, car rental will help you save valuable free time and allow you to see even more places. If you choose the option of renting a car for a long time, then renting a day will cost you much cheaper. Well, now, let’s find out which places are worth visiting at least once.

Paris, France

Place Dauphine

Paris is known for its beautiful architecture, historical landmarks, delicious food and romantic atmosphere.

Be sure to visit Place Dauphine.

In the last scene of Me Before You, directed by Thea Sharrock, the main character drinks coffee in this very square in the heart of the Cité. Walking through the historical center of Paris, be sure to find this square and feel its special atmosphere.

New York, USA

New York

It is one of the most cultural and economic centers in the world, where you can find everything from Broadway to Time Square.

In New York, a visit to High Line Park is a must. In the middle of the 20th century, the High Line was opened in New York City. However, environmental problems soon began due to her work in the city, so in 1980 her operation was discontinued. The railroad intended to simply dismantle the rails, but a group of enthusiasts calling themselves the “Friends of the High Line” offered to turn this place into a park.

Tokyo, Japan

tokyo street

The city is one of the most vibrant and dynamic cities in the world where you can enjoy Japanese culture and cuisine.

Tokyo is home to the only parasite museum in the world. It is located in Tokyo, in the Meguro district, and this is not just a “kunstkamera” for those who like to tickle their nerves, this is a real research center.

Sydney, Australia


A beautiful city with a beautiful harbor, beaches, museums, parks and many other attractions.

Sydney Opera House: Standing on the water, the theater’s building is unlike any other building in the world thanks to its sail-like shells that form the roof.

Fountain of Archibald: in the center of the composition are the figures of Theseus, Diana and Apollo. It will be possible to admire the water splashes to the music (this is possible thanks to the online radio connected to the fountain). And with the onset of darkness, skillful illumination becomes the decoration of the Archibald fountain.

Monument to matches: it consists of 2 giant matches, one of them is whole, and the other is more than half burnt.

Rome, Italy

Castel Sant'Angelo

The capital of the Roman Empire, which is known for its history, art and cuisine.

About five hundred meters from the Knights of Malta Square, if you walk along Santa Sabina street (via di Santa Sabina), you can get into the real Orange Garden in Rome. You can get here this way from Piazza Pietro d’Illiria or from Rocca Savvelo lane (clivo di Rocca Savella). The entrance to the park is decorated with a formidable fountain, similar to the mouth of Truth.

It is especially beautiful in the park in winter, during the flowering of orange trees. Here you can not only walk through the orange groves, but also see the Eternal City from the best observation deck. But you should not try oranges – bitter small fruits are not at all intended for eating.

Of course, there are many other great places to visit, but we hope that these 5 places will give you a good idea of what cities and countries have to offer for tourists.

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Manu Luize is a fashion and beauty blogger with over 10 years of experience. As an expert in fashion and beauty, she has been writing about chic outfits, stunning nail art, amazing decor tips, and great travel destinations.