Exploring the ancient cities of the world


One of the least underestimated parts of a luxury trip, whether local or in another country, is the part where the ancient ruins, formations, or buildings of a particular destination are unearthed. For some tourists, this is the segment of getaway they least desire, but still choose because it is part of the all-inclusive trip. What we often overlook is the part that if we see these goals with the naked eye, we gain insight into life long ago. We hope to do justice to the most wonderful and historically rich cities in the world.

Machu Picchu in Peru. The ruins of this ancient Inca civilization are usually advertised for their mysterious and borderline dark beauty. While it’s true that the ruins are beautiful (the Incas are best known for their mysterious walls), these things we don’t see make them more interesting. Here’s a tip: if you want to better appreciate your trip to the ancient city, schedule your secret museum – the Sitio Manuel Chávez Ballón Museum. Make sure it also works as a side road if you’re not part of all-inclusive travel deals.

Angkor Wat in Cambodia. The holy temples in this city are just a part of the package that is one of the most amazing destinations in the world. This historical place, built hundreds of years ago, was dedicated to the Hindu God of Vishnu, and the gods should have been really favored because it is perfect in terms of perfect balance and proportion. With its beauty, Angkor Wat truly served one of its purposes, which became a model for the cosmic world of the Earth.

Mont Saint Michel, France. Speaking of beautiful places of worship, this stunning building on the French border is also racing. In the old days, monks were looking for a secluded place that was elevated as much as possible to get physically closer to God. The abbey at the top of the “mountain” holds the assumption that Archangel Michael made a bishop to build a tall and huge church as a result of this breathtaking church.

Teotihuacan in Mexico. In this ancient city you will find pyramids that are just as beautifully scary as in Giza. In fact, one of them, the Pyramid of the Sun, has about the same foundation as the Great Pyramid of Khufu. In addition to excellent architecture, these structures also prove that ancient Mexican people have tremendous knowledge of astronomy. The Sun Pyramid is located in the center of all other structures, reflecting the Solar System in an interesting way.

If you’re wondering why Rome isn’t on the list, it’s because there’s still so much to learn about the city, and a detail wouldn’t be fair for what it has to offer. Check out this article for a list of places you should see when traveling on a luxury trip in Rome!