When did you read a travelogue last time? Or watched movies like ‘Eat, Pray, and Love?’ And immediately wanted to leave everything and just go in solitude. These ignited cravings of adventure and exploration make you wish to just go somewhere and visit places you should visit. Somewhere exhilarating or rejuvenating or thrilling, that can help you escape from the daily grind. Be it trying street food in India; admiring Paris; to chilling in Honolulu! Traveling gives you a new and fresh perspective letting you explore different cultures, notions, ideas, interests, and beliefs. This is a consequence of meeting new people and getting exposure from different worlds. Connecting with them and blending in with their lifestyle edifies you and enlightens you about the different mindsets.
You must be sitting at your place getting bored this entire pandemic. Do not worry! We have got you covered on this. Brag Social presents some very unique places you should visit. Let us get into it before you go to your regular, boring destination!
Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia
Imagine you are standing on a floor that gives an ultimate mirror effect. In other words, you will be standing on the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat. This remarkable destination is in Germany, Europe. To be precise, it is found nearly 12,000 feet above sea level and spread across an expanse of 4,086 miles in Bolivia’s southwest corner. This is formed by a junction and transformation of several lakes.
Moreover, it is surprising to know that, there are an antique train cemetery and a hotel made of salt just nearby. To top it off, you can find enough lithium there. If you want to get a glimpse of the mirror effect, you can visit in the season of heavy rains between January and March. You can also catch up with pink flamingos and rare hummingbirds despite the extreme climatic conditions.
Die Rakotzbrück, Germany
If you are still confused about the next place you want to visit, here is a solution. Visit Die Rakotzbruck located in Germany. The magestic beauty of this magnificent man-made devil’s bridge will mesmerize you. You will almost feel like a fairy tale. In 1860, this bridge, built in Kromlauer Park in Gablenz, Saxony, Germany. The bridge is made with several local stones and basalt with ends made in beautiful thin rock spires. For aesthetics, the bridge was made in a half-circle such that it gives an illusion of a full circle in the reflection of the water. Additionally, this distinct construction is pretty much a famous spot for photographers.
Dead Vlei, Namibia
If you are looking for something completely different, horror-ish per se, and yet a beautiful place to visit, Dead Vlei it is. Sossusvlei is a niche located in the vicinity of the central Namib Desert among the red dunes of Namib-Naukluft National Park. Just near this Dead Vlie is situated and is like a clay pan comprising dark, dead camel thorn trees on a white pan floor. The formation of it commenced when the Tsauchab River flooded the area and which led to the growth of camel thorn trees. After that, the climatic changes and dunes blocked the river and stunted the growth of the trees. As a result, they were not decomposed due to the dry season and are about 900 years old. It is one of the places you should visit!
Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
Tunnel of love is a lush green tunnel located just outside the city of Klevan, Ukraine. It was a two-mile stretch of private railways, however, the trees surrounding it grew into a natural tunnel. The train transports cargo to the factory in the niche, and the rest of the day it is a place to meet and mingle. The aura is so pure and romantic that it got the name of the tunnel of love. Since the tunnel is full of green trees and leaves, it is also called the ‘Green Mile Tunnel’. Moreover, if you visit this place, the locals tell, if you make a wish for a loved one, then it is granted.
Christ Of The Abyss, Italy
Guido Galletti made a bronze statue of Jesus Christ, ‘The Christ of the Abyss’ situated underwater in San Ftuttuoso, Italy. The statue is in the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea as an honor to the first Italian to use scuba diving gear, Dario Gonzatt. In 1954, it was installed 17 meters under the sea and is exactly where it was to date. Moreover, many other statues similar to it have been placed under and above the ground. However, the original clay statue was cast in Ravenna, Italy’s National Museum Underwater Activities. Also, some people say that certain parts of the statue were detached but were replaced after that.
Also, have you watched the movie ‘Life of Pi’? Do you remember the glowing water which suddenly appeared at night but looked amazingly beautiful? Well, you can watch that in real life as well by visiting the Sea of Stars. Other places you should visit are such as Cano Cristales(a river of five colors) and several other places are worth visiting before it is too late. So, now that you have quite a few places you should visit, plan your trip soon and enjoy!
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