Top 10 Most Beautiful Places

The definition of beauty has many interpretations, but whether you’re talking awe-inspiring landscapes or wildlife, feats of architecture, or cultural immersion, these 10 destinations are the most beautiful places in the world, before start the video give a like and,  if you are new here please subscribe and press the bell icon for latest update.  

Number 10. Jaipur. 

The rose-colored buildings that comprise Rajasthan’s capital city, either built from natural red sandstone or painted to look so, have earned Jaipur its nickname as “The Pink City.” The Mogul architecture is mesmerizing, especially the Royal City Palace and its most famous section known as Hawa Mahal, or “Palace of the Winds”—a façade of 953 windows built so royal women could look down on street life unseen. 

Number 9.  St. Lucia. 

Of all the Caribbean islands, none capture photographers’ imaginations quite so much as St. Lucia, whose southern city Soufrière seduces with its ancient plantations and secluded beaches and whose most luxurious hotels claim postcard-perfect views of the breathtaking Pitons. It’s also most popular and beautiful place in caribbean countries. 

Number 8. Santorini, Greece. 

This crescent-shaped volcanic island in the Aegean Sea is honeymoon gold. Why? We chalk it up to those fabulous black-pebble and red-sand beaches, iconic whitewashed buildings that cling to precipitous rocks overlooking the underwater caldera, that iconic blue-domed monastery (and Instagram mecca), and those legendary sunsets from its main town of Oia. 

Number 7. Na Pali Coast, Kauai. 

Despite being the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands, Kauai remains one of its least developed, dominated by raw, wild landscapes that have evolved over the centuries due to weather and erosion. Its most famous landmark: Na Pali, a velvety 15-mile coastline of sheer cliffs that fold in and out like a handheld fan. That the area is impenetrable except by catamaran or a challenging 22-mile roundtrip hike (or glimpsed by helicopter) adds to its mystique. 

Number 6. Cappadocia, Turkey

Despite the sublime beauty of Turkey’s Cöteme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia, the real story here lies on—and beneath—the surface. Within many of these towering pinnacles, you’ll find domestic homes and churches housing frescoes dating back to the 11th century. Underground, subterranean cities and cave dwellings were carved right into the bedrock, and house some incredible preserved works of Byzantine art. 

Number 5. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. 

Pictures fail to capture the true scope of the Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Measuring a mile deep, 10 miles across, and 277 miles in length, these tributary canyons that make up America’s second most-visited national park (it welcomed an estimated 6 million visitors in 2019) were carved by the powerful currents of the Colorado River and reveal hundreds of millions of years of rock erosion dating back to Precambrian times. 

Number 4. Faroe Islands. 

It’s a place few people have heard of and far fewer have actually seen—a collection of 18 treeless islands linked by causeways and road-tunnels that emerge from icy waters somewhere between Iceland and Norway, far from any tourist path. Life in the Faroes revolves around the sea—mostly fishing and boating—just as the landscape is shaped by it: craggy cliffs carved from the north Atlantic’s strong swells level off into verdant meadows, where colorful cottages and churches disappear and reemerge with the rolling clouds. 

Number 3. Yangshuo, China. 

This riverside town in southern China is an adventurer’s paradise: hiking, biking, rock climbing—it can all be done here. Though Yangshuo proper has been overtaken by tourism in recent years, head outside of town and the pace slows down dramatically: bamboo boats slowly ply the Li River, farmers tend their fertile rice fields, and people live out their countryside lives in the shadow of the region’s towering karst mountains undisturbed. 

Number 2. Paris, France. 

The nicknames “The City of Love” and “The City of Lights” are no mistake. Paris seduces at every turn, from its oh-so-charming curb-side cafés to its gloriously wide boulevards lined with ornate mansions and balconied townhouses, all a mash-up of Haussmann, Renaissance, Neoclassical, and Art Nouveau architectural styles. Even landmarks like the Louvre and Notre Dame are beloved as much for their exteriors as what lies inside them. The best way to soak it all in is to stroll, aimlessly, in any direction. 

Number 1. The Maldives. 

Maldives has the most beautiful tropical islands in the world. Tourism as an industry, came to the Maldives only in 1972 and has been growing fast. It is regulated by the government for a good reason. Once people discovered this amazing paradise it became one of the most celebrated destinations.

Only 200 of this tiny nation’s 1,190 coral islands (lush, palm tree-fringed isles ringed by turquoise lagoons) are inhabited, making it the pure definition of castaway island paradise—real estate gold for the world’s top-tier hotel groups (Cheval Blanc; One&Only; COMO) whose stilted bungalow retreats are considered some of the most romantic stays in the world. 

So friends, this is the top 10 most popular and beautiful places in the world. Hope you all enjoy the video. Give a like, comment below, and Don’t forget to subscribe. 

that cling to precipitous rocks overlooking the underwater caldera, that iconic blue-domed monastery (and Instagram mecca), and those legendary sunsets from its main town of Oia. 

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