rw.acetonemagazine.org
New recipes

12 Beach Bars with the Best Views Around the World (Slideshow)

12 Beach Bars with the Best Views Around the World (Slideshow)



We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.


12. Pirates Bight, Norman Island

This island was the basis for Robert Lewis Stevenson’s Treasure Island; now it’s home to a private resort with a beautiful bar that features clear views of both the shoreline and 610 acres of uninhabited island.

11. Ty Coch Inn, Wales

The humble inn on the beautiful beach made waves when it was recently voted one of CheapFlights’ Best Beach Bars in the World. However, on closer inspection, it’s easy to see why the world is warming up to this place. The quaint bar (which used to be a vicarage) is nestled into green hills and has clear views of nearby Yr Eifl and Snowdonia. Not every great view has to be tropical!

10. Experimental Beach, Ibiza

This bar has a more laid-back, rustic vibe than many of Ibiza’s party-heavy hot spots, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get beachside bottle service. Plus, it boasts gorgeous views of rolling hills and the glittering Mediterranean. Condé Nast Traveller insists that this newcomer to the Ibiza party scene is not to be missed.

9. Carpe Diem Bar, Hvar

If you’re in the mood for a party, you could do worse than a dance floor lit by candelabras with stunning views of the beautiful Adriatic Sea. Perhaps that’s why The Guardian named this spot one of the most beautiful beach bars in Europe.

8. Overwater Bar, Maldives

Okay, this one might be cheating, because this bar is built out from the beach and sits atop stilts in the middle of a blue lagoon. But just let us have this one because the panoramic sea view is absolutely stunning.

7. Uncle Roddy’s Beach Bar & Grill, Barbuda

On a clear day, travelers can see Montserrat, Antigua, St. Kitts, and Nevis in the distance from the patio at Uncle Roddys. Couple that with the fact that Uncle Roddy himself used to serve Barbuda Smashes to Princess Diana, and it’s easy to see why Condé Nast Traveller named this spot one of the best in the Caribbean.

6. Theros Wave Bar, Santorini

This bar is nestled into the white volcanic rocks of Vlychada with breathtaking ocean views. A glass of champagne on its elegant stone deck just might just prove the siren song that keeps you on the island forever.

5. The Rock Bar, Bali

The Jetset Times calls The Rock Bar, which is softly lit by Tiki torches and perched atop a rocky beach, “irresistible and gorgeous”. The sound of waves crashing against the shore coupled with cold cocktails is pretty close to perfection.

4. Ponta Dos Ganchos, Brazil

Fodor’s gives this romantic bar points for its remoteness, unobstructed ocean views, and, most importantly, having some of the best cachaça (or sugarcane liquor) cocktails around.

3. Moonshadows, Malibu

If you’re looking for a sandy beach view, look somewhere else. Moonshadows offers a dramatic view of the Pacific from a deck built right into the rocky cliffs overhanging the ocean. You’ll feel like you’re in an episode of Remington Steele. If you’re still not sold, both Wine Spectator and Town & Country love this beautiful bar.

2. Basil’s Bar, The Grenadines

If it’s good enough for CNN Travel and Mick Jagger, then it’s good enough for us. Seriously, this bar tucked at the edge of the island where beach meets jungle has one of the best tropical views in the world, which is why a wide range of the world’s elite come here to have cocktails with the locals.

1. Baba Nest, Phuket

Okay, again, this bar isn’t so much on the beach as above it. It’s a giant deck built into an infinity pool that offers a bird’s eye view of the sea and surrounding islands — perfect for a sunset cocktail. It’s no wonder that everyone from ABC News to CNN raves about this place.


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


World's Most Amazing Views

From the Paris skyline to the rocky cliffs of Bhutan&rsquos Paro Valley, the 10 best views from around the globe.
The rush you feel while standing on the edge of the sprawling Grand Canyon is a traveler&rsquos rite of passage. The 277 miles of gold and bronze&ndashhued landscape is one of the natural world&rsquos most gorgeous sights to behold add a soft blue sky to the mix, and you&rsquove got yourself one of the world&rsquos best views.

From the Grand Canyon to the Matterhorn, the world&rsquos most iconic vistas are part of the travel canon for good reason. They induce wanderlust. They get us thinking about the four corners of the earth as well as humankind&rsquos minor place in the scheme of things. And when we see them in person, we are startled and humbled by their physical magnificence.

Far from nature&rsquos wonders but equally spectacular are the world&rsquos greatest cityscapes, which can leave an equally compelling impression: perhaps hope or opportunity, in the case of New York City, or romance in Paris. &ldquoParisians might be less obvious about it, but we all secretly love the Eiffel Tower,&rdquo says Paris-based blogger and travel guide Heather Stimmler-Hall of Secretsofparis.com. &ldquoEspecially when it sparkles in the sun or peeks out on a foggy day.&rdquo

These days, amazing views are just a Google search away. Vacation photos from colleagues and friends fill our inbox, and both amateur snapshots and professional photography have saturated the web. Yet seeing a stunning landscape in the flesh is more than just a pretty picture&mdashit stirs something within. Perhaps it&rsquos a combination of the senses: the slow progression of a copper dawn spilling onto the Urubamba Valley in Peru, the sound of fluttering prayer flags in Bhutan&rsquos Black Mountains, or the smell of roasting chicken in Paris&rsquos 18th Arrondissement. These elements are part of the lasting effects of an experience that can&rsquot be captured on film.

Of course, a quintessential viewing moment can be ruined&mdashperhaps by bad weather or a crush of tourists. That&rsquos why for each amazing view, we&rsquove given you the best time to go, weather-wise, as well as a secret viewing spot to help you avoid the foot traffic when you&rsquore there. &ldquoPeople will always want to see the biggies, like the Berlin Wall or the Empire State Building,&rdquo says Henrik Tidefjaerd, a Berlin-based coolhunter at Berlinagenten.com who travels around the world to discover edgy, new destinations. &ldquoThat&rsquos fine, but more and more want to have their own authentic experience with these iconic images. They want their own view, not a postcard image.&rdquo

But if there&rsquos one thing Stimmler-Hall has learned from her years living in one of Europe&rsquos most picturesque cities, it&rsquos to remember to stop for a moment, put down that camera, and take it all in. &ldquoParis never looks as good through a lens as it does in person,&rdquo she says. &ldquoSo when you&rsquore in front of the real thing, look at it with your own eyes.&rdquo


Watch the video: Exportgate. Το προϊόν σου μπορεί να εκτιμηθεί σε όλο τον κόσμο