Explore ancient cities of the world

Whether locally or in other countries, one of the underestimated parts of luxury travel is the part to explore ancient ruins, buildings or buildings in a particular destination. For some tourists, this is the part of the vacation they least want to see, but they still choose because it is part of their all-inclusive trip. What we often overlook is the part of seeing these destinations with the naked eye so that we can glimpse the past of life. We hope that justice will be done to some of the most magnificent and oldest cities in the world.

Machu Picchu in Peru. Usually, the ruins of this ancient Inca civilization are promoted for their mysterious and marginalized dark beauty. It is true that the ruins are beautiful (after all the Incas are known for their mysterious walls), but what we can’t see makes it more interesting. Tip: In order for you to better appreciate the journey of this ancient city, please arrange a visit to its secret museum-the Citio Museum Manuel Chavez Barron Museum. If this is not part of your all-inclusive travel offer, make sure to include it as an itinerary.

Angkor Wat in Cambodia. The sacred temples of this city are only part of one of the most magnificent destinations in the world. This historical site, built hundreds of years ago, is dedicated to the Hindu Vishnu. Because of its perfect balance and proportion, it must be favored by the gods. Angkor Wat has truly fulfilled one of its goals with its beauty, which is to become a model of the universe on earth.

Mont Saint Michel in France. Speaking of beautiful places of worship, this stunning building on the French border is also a competitor. In the past, monks looked for a secluded place, and it was better to raise it so that they could physically get closer to God. It is believed that the monastery on this “mountain” is the bishop of the Archangel Michael (Michael Angel), who built such a tall and mighty church that made this breathtaking church.

Teotihuacan, Mexico. In this ancient city, you will find the pyramids as strange as the Giza pyramids. In fact, one of them, the Pyramid of the Sun, has the same foundation as the Great Pyramid of Khufu. In addition to the outstanding buildings, these buildings also prove how extensive the understanding of astronomy by the ancients of Mexico was. The Pyramid of the Sun is located at the center of all other structures and interestingly mirrors the solar system.

If you want to know why Rome is not on the list, it is because there is too much knowledge about the city, and the excerpt does not fully represent what Rome has to offer. Check out this article for a list of must-see places when traveling on luxury in Rome!