The World’s Best Sites Meant For History Buffs

Love history and everything associated with it? Well, there are soe mindblowing destinations across the globe to help you gather detailed knowledge about the same, some fabulous ‘fun-fact’, and a lot more.

Here’s a comprehensive list of best destinations across the globe for serious history buffs:

Athens Greece

Athens Greece

This is a treat for all history lovers. You can start via exploring the most eminent Parthenon. The expedition can be followed by Acropolis of Athens and the world famous Old Olympic Stadium. A lot of people are fascinated by the Greek mythological immortals. If you are one of them, then you must visit Athens. This is the place where you can trace the history of the majestic immortals who resided at Olympus. Learning more about them is definitely an enlightening experience.

Rome Colosseum Italy

Rome Colosseum Italy

Machu Pichu Peru – The Lost City

Machu Pichu Peru – The Lost City

Prior to being conquered by the King-sized Spanish, the lost Incan civilization of Peru was deemed one amongst the most advanced across the globe. The remains here are a freakish yet enthralling reminder of the impermanent nature of things. The Lost City had experienced extensive restoration. Visitors usually love to enjoy the treacherous trek up to famous Machu Pichu.

China Wall, China Beijing

China Wall China Beijing

The world famous China Wall dates back to the Ming Dynasty. If you love history, then this is the place you must be. Apart from the grand wall of China, the country holds a wealth of immaculately preserved historical sites. They are all a close reminder of the splendour and opulence of past emperors who have ruled China. Significant site for history buffs here include the Ming Tombs, the Forbidden City, and the Great Wall of China.

Egypt Sphinx Cairo

Egypt Sphinx Cairo

History lovers have never been successful in resisting the The city of the majestic Pyramid of Giza and the Great Sphinx carries thousands of years of rich history on its shoulders. Egyptian monuments are considered among the most baffling and intriguing by history buffs worldwide.

Taj Mahal Agra India

beautiful taj mahal at night

Included in the list of Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal is definitely one of a kind document that you must see to believe. The beauty of Taj is unprecedented. Apart from Taj Mahal, Agra has a lot more more to offer. History buffs love to visit this place to have a look at the symbols of the glorious and majestic Mughal dynasty. Fatehpur Sikri is one of the most prominent of all. It was one of the many Indian Capitals from the past.

Israel Jerusalem Dome of Rock

Israel Jerusalem Dome of Rock

Budapest Hungary

Budapest Hungary

Are you inclined to history? Even if the inclination at its lowest, the place is a must visit. This is the place where you can have a clear view of Matthias Church, Roman-inspired Aquincum, museums, and the medieval Buda Castle. Although most of the Roman and Medieval sites here are in ruins, there’s a lot more still much to explore and learn in the picturesque city of Budapest.

Angkor Wat Cambodia – The Perfect History Holiday

Angkor Wat Cambodia

The templetown served as a State capital under King Suryavarman II. It displays the glory of intricate Khmer architecture. Tourists are detailed descriptions of Hindu deities and myths. This is a must visit for all history buffs.

Petra Jordan – A Vacation in the Valley of History

Petra Jordan – A Vacation in the Valley of History

Discovered in way back in 1812 by Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, a Swiss explorer, Petra is the latest addition to the list of Seven Wonders of the World. It is also Referred to as Rose City. Petra Jordan is beautifully carved and engraved in Arabah (Jordan) in a rose coloured stone. The exquisite rock cut architecture along with its unique water conduit systems are some of the majo tourist attractions here.

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