1- “WAITOMO GLOWWORM CAVES” / NEW ZELAND
The Waitomo Glowworm cave is one of New Zealand’s most visited destinations. These enchanting lights, meters
below ground, make this terrible cave magnificent. Although the “glowworm” in the name of the cave means firefly,
the creatures here are actually a mosquito species and they shine 9 months a year. Visitors tour the cave on a boat
tour and embark on a fascinating journey.
2- “SEA OF STARS” BEACH / MALDİVES
The “Sea of Stars”, known as the “Luminous Beach” and the “Sea of Stars”, is in the Maldives, on the island of
Vaadhoo. With the night tides in the sea, the waves emit phosphorescent blue light. These lights, which appear at
night and cover almost the entire sea, create a magnificent view. The reason why the waves on the beach acquire this
color is due to the transformation of the chemical energy in the structure of a type of plankton in the sea into light
3- ITALY – VENICE
The “Grand Canal”, also known as the “Venice Canal”, is located in the city of Venice in Italy. On this canel, one of the
symbols of the city is traveled by gondolas. Gondolas are very enjoyable, especially in the evening, with the tours they
provide to tourists. The city of Venice, also known as the “city of love”, is preferred by many couples. You can also take
a pleasant walk through its ancient and historical streets.
4- JAPAN – KYOTO
Kyoto is the largest city of Japan. Especially if you are interested in Japan, you should definitely go to Kyoto. Many
events and festivals are held in this city, which is famous for its flower gardens. So you can have a pleasant holiday.
5- FRANCE – PARİS
Paris, the capital city of France, is also known as the “City of Lights”. World famous, almost everyone wants to go and
see; It is home to the “Eiffel Tower”, which has become the symbol of France, which we come across in paintings,
books, movies, almost everywhere. It is also known as the capital of fashion and luxury. It is also home to many famous
sites such as Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre Museum.
6- TOKYO – JAPAN
Tokyo is the capital city of Japan. Growing day by day and becoming a country of economy and industry, Tokyo is one
of the most important cities in the world with its lively and dynamic structure. It is the world’s most popular city and
also the most popular metropolitan city. Although Tokyo is a expensive city, it is a must-see place.
7- SPAİN – LA SAGRADA FAMİLİA
Located in Spain, Sagrada Familia is a long-standing basilica, which is planned to be finished in 2028 and also has a
complex architecture. Its architecture is definitely a must-see.
8- SIDNEY – AVUSTRALIA
It is one of the oldest settlements in Australia. Sydney, which is great fun at night, is famous for its Sydney Harbor, the
world’s largest natural harbor, and its beaches. Considered one of the most famous and different buildings of the 20th
century, the “Sydney Opera House” is famous for its architecture as well as opera. Opera, ballet, theater, film and
music performances are held in there.
9- LONDON – LONDON EYE
The London Eye, 135 meters high, is the tallest ferris wheel in Europe. It is also the most popular tourist destination
and receives millions of tourists every year. The Ferris wheel, which consists of 10-person cabins, completes its 1 tour
in approximately 1 hour. You can watch London with a bird’s eye view from the top of the Ferris wheel.
10- ANGEL FALLS (VENEZUELA)
This waterfall, discovered by chance, is 807 meters high. Angel Falls, located in Venezuela, offers a unique view to the
11- NORTHERN LIGHTS (NORVEY)
The northern lights that appear between the end of September and the end of March, dance in the sky, making a visual
feast. These lights are most common when the weather is cold and dry. The visual feast of the northern lights changes
according to the time and place you will go.