My dream holiday doesn’t involve only one place but the whole world, because it is to tour the world’s most astonishing places.
Firstly there’s Manhattan. New York.
As one of the most popular tourist destinations and heavily populated places anywhere in the world, Manhattan offers something for everyone, including vast amounts beauty, irrelevant of what you consider to be beautiful. From the lush greenery and openness of Central Park to the awe-inspiring and breathtaking view from the top of the Rockefeller Centre to the iconic Statue of Liberty, it would be difficult for anyone to visit Manhattan and not find part of it stunning.
It was not until the voyage of Henry Hudson, an Englishman who worked for the Dutch East India Company, that the area was mapped. Hudson came across Manhattan Island and the native people living there in 1609, and continued up the river that would later bear his name, the Hudson River, until he arrived at the site of present day Albany.
Secondly there’s Ireland
There’s one town in particularly which is a “must”. This town is called Killarney. It is located in the province “Munster” in Country Kerry. Its population was last taken in 2006 and found to be 16931 people.
Killarney has featured prominently in early Irish history, with religious settlements playing an important part of its recorded history. Its first significantly historical settlement was the monastery on nearby Innis fallen Island found in 640ad by St. Finian the Leper, which was occupied for approximately 850 years.
Thirdly there’s Meteora, Greece.
The word “meteora” means “Suspended rocks”. The area of Meteora on the Greek mainland is a collection of six monasteries that were constructed on limestone rocks many centuries ago. The six monasteries includes “The Holy Monastery of Great Meteoron, Varlaam, Rousanou, St. Nicholas Anapausas, St. Stephen and The Monastery of the Holy Trinity.
Their beautiful to look at both up close