Sights You Need To Visit Before You Die
The Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt
It is the only building of the 7 wonders of the ancient world that remains, with almost 5000 years of history. It was commissioned by Khufu for his tomb and took more than 20 years to be completed. In the necropolis of Giza there are over 30 pyramids, among which are also the highlights of Khafre and Menkaure pyramids. During the tour you can take a ride on a camel.
Big Ben, London
It is not only the world’s most famous but also one of the most reliable clock towers in the world, as it is able to withstand the natural phenomena and even endured the Blitz of World War II without altering punctuality.
Statue of Liberty, New York
It was a gift from the French to celebrate the centennial of the Declaration of Independence of the United States and seal the ties between the two nations. Located on Liberty Island, you should go to visit by ferry, sailing from Battery Park in southern Manhattan.
Eiffel Tower, France
Located at the river Seine, with its 330 meters is the tallest structure in the city and the most visited monument in the world. Since its construction in 1889, the Eiffel Tower has always been known for its dazzling lighting.
This amphitheater, located in the city center, is one of the best preserved examples of architecture of the Roman Empire. There were gladiators fighting instead, samples of exotic animals, executions of prisoners and other public spectacles. Its almost perfect architecture has allowed it remain almost intact for 2000 years despite the damage that has suffered.
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
This imposing catholic basilica was designed by Gaudí in the late nineteenth century and it is the monument that is most visited in Spain. This masterpiece of modernist style is still under construction, as so far 8 of the 18 towers designed in the original plan have been erected. You can have access to the top of some of the towers to see the city from above.
Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro
The most stunning image of Jesus, with its 38 meters of height and with open arms showing the Brazilian city from the top of Corcovado Mountain that is 710 meters high. This Art Deco statue is the planet’s largest and one of the new 7 wonders of the modern world.
Machu Picchu, Peru
This ancient town was built by the Incas in the fifteenth century in the Peruvian Cordillera and it is considered a fine sample of architecture and engineering. It will astonish you with its walls, farming terraces, ramps and the more than 200 structures in perfect harmony with nature and forms adapted to the vertiginous terrain.