7 of the Most Lavish Prime Spots to Visit in the Big Bad World ...

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7 of the Most Lavish Prime Spots to Visit in the Big Bad World ...
7 of the Most Lavish Prime Spots to Visit in the Big Bad World ...

Whenever scrolling through Twitter and Instagram, I always stumble upon the photos with picturesque scenes and wondered where these prime spots to visit actually are. Well, lucky, lucky, I have done my research and now have made a list of some of the best places to visit. These gorgeous places are filled with unbelievable settings, delicious dining, and will give you an unbeatable experience and vacation. Each excursion you go on and each activity you participate in will keep you going back and back again to these prime spots to visit.

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Tahiti

Tahiti The most populous island the French Polynesia, Tahiti makes for a very soothing experience for visitors. When looking for a vacation spot, the first word that comes to mind is relaxation. Tahiti, although needing a heavy wallet to thoroughly enjoy, is a place to laze in while enjoying an over-water bungalow and snorkeling in the gorgeous lagoon. Other reasons as to why people make Tahiti their top place to visit are the cruising, the surfing, and the hiking. Try enjoying a marvelous sunset cruise, catching a wave in the north coast of Tahiti, or climbing the Aorai Mountain. All of these activities make Tahiti one of the prime spots to visit.

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Paris, France

Paris, France The correct question is not what does Paris have to offer, but what doesn’t it have to offer? Between all of the romance and attractions come the most amazing monuments, stunning museums, classy hotels, and overly tempting boutiques. France’s capital begs of you to explore its historic streets and its artsy surroundings. No matter where you end up, you will not be disappointed. Make it a must to visit the Notre Dame de Paris, the Louvre, and, of course, the Eiffel Tower.

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St. Moritz, Switzerland

St. Moritz, Switzerland No wonder why St. Moritz is a favorable location; it enjoys over 300 days of sunshine a year. Some of the popular pastimes include skiing and snowboarding, winter walking, ice sports, and tennis. When experiencing St Moritz, you’ll see the sun all day and you’ll feel the powder under your feet all day! Snow is guaranteed due to the high altitudes above sea level. Grab your board, skis, and/or snowshoes and start taking advantage of the gorgeous outdoors. You can pick and choose whether you would like to hike up and through forests or glide down the snow filled mountains.

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Vienna, Austria

Vienna, Austria Self-guide yourself through the city’s extraordinary traditional and modern architecture while walking off some of the best Schnitzel and wine. Vienna is one of the few remaining capital cities with its own vineyards. Go see the world famous Schonbrunn Palace or one of Vienna’s art museums, such as The Leopold Museum. The Leopold Museum is a popular museum to visit in Vienna with its modern collection of Austrian art. There are many other sites associated with composers who lived in Vienna. Some of these sites include Beethoven’s various residences and his grave at Zentralfriedhof and Mozart’s memorial grave at Habsburg gardens.

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Capri, Italy

Capri, Italy There is nothing better than sitting at dinner with company that you enjoy in front of breathtaking scenery. Especially at the Capri Palace Hotel and Spa, visitors are welcomed by astonishing vistas over the Gulf of Naples. Unwind in the award-winning spa or just relax and take in the setting that surrounds you. While you soak up the scenery, sample some delicious Mediterranean cuisine. There are so many spots to hit-up and visit while vacationing in Capri, but one of Capri’s most visited attractions includes Grotto Azzurra.

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Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town, South Africa With its wonderful climate, gorgeous natural setting, and strong infrastructure, it is no wonder that Cape Town is the most popular international tourist destination in South Africa. Popular with the local residents as well as tourists, Cape Town’s beaches are unique due to its geography. Known as a favored shopping location, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is also known for hosting the Nelson Mandela Gateway. This cultural attraction was built atop the Port of Cape Town's docks. Along with the cultural attractions, Cape Town is noted for its architectural heritage and Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, a natural forest.

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Bora Bora

Bora Bora Years ago, Hotel Bora Bora was built with over-the-water bungalows on stilts over the lagoon. Even today these bungalows still stand and are seen as a standard feature. There is a wide variety when it comes to the quality of the bungalows, ranging from the basic accommodations to very luxurious and expensive bungalows. Most of the attractions are aqua based. While participating in popular activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving, you may see all different species of sharks and rays since they surround the lagoon. Some of the dive operators offer manta ray dives and shark-feeding dives.

Pick a place, any place. Whether you enjoy fun in the sun in the heat or in the cold, there is a prime destination for you. Lounging in Tahiti catching some rays and taking a dip in the lagoon or gliding down the mountains in St. Moritz, you cannot go wrong with whichever option you choose. Everyone wants to live the la vida loca! Now is your chance to travel to one of these opulent locations. Relax, unwind, and embrace the surroundings of these go-to spots! Where are some of your favorite vacation hot spots?

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