Jerusalem is the best among five places you should experience written by Naja Thorsmark Madsen
The difficult choice
How do you recommend destinations to others when you do not know their wishes and interests? Are they mostly for Græsted or Greece? It is very individual which places or attractions you personally feel attracted to. In this article, I will try to describe five places that have left good traces in me - and a place that I was not particularly fascinated by.
Goodbye, please! We simply start in sunny Spain. A few years back I traveled to Spain to work in Málaga. On the weekends, my only goal was to get out and see the amazing scenery and the beautiful mountain areas.
One day I hopped on a small bus that drove me up into the mountains. Up to a small mountain village called Mijas Pueblo. The small town was full of small winding streets. Streets as well as houses were adorned with flowering houseplants and colorful tiles. A local let me ride on one of his donkeys up through the town to a beautiful vantage point from which there was a view of the city roofs and the coast below.
Jerusalem is one of the places you must experience. Jerusalem is Israel capital, an absolutely stunning city with beautiful buildings, which bear the stamp of ancient culture and religion. The streets smell very special, and there are beautiful large churches everywhere in the city. If you are in the eastern part of Jerusalem, it is worth visiting the Wailing Wall, which is one of the holiest sites of Judaism. In many ways, it is a touching experience to see how the visit to the wall affects people's feelings and moods.
From one religious city to another - this time in Italy. My trip to Rome gave me the impression that the city offers many opportunities. The streets abound with cafes with fantastic pasta dishes. Although old buildings do not tell me much, I highly recommend visiting the Vatican and St. Peter's Basilica; here one is blown backwards by the enormous architecture. Definitely on the list of places to experience.
A city that to that extent exudes a fantastic diversity. Brighton on England the south coast is one of the safest cities I have stayed in. This is partly due to the fact that the city is manageable and it is easy to use public transport. The streets abound with small bakeries, cafes and pubs.
Brighton is a port city and I highly recommend going on a photo safari to the colorful beach houses. In addition, Brighton has direct trains to London, which is a definite advantage when you have to travel there.
Far away from Jerusalem: Læsø
Out well but at home best. My next recommendation falls on a small apple out in the Kattegat, namely Læsø.
You can actually do something else to buy the famous Læsø salt on Læsø - especially in the summer. Take your friends or family to the port town of Vesterø and experience the annual quay party in week 29. Here you can experience a good atmosphere and taste a lot of fresh fish. Try a lobster hot dog, which is a very special delicacy.
Miami Beach loses to Jerusalem
No need to go again…
Miami Beach i Florida might sound like a lot fancy place one “just has to experience”. Miami Beach, however, to my taste is not a place that makes a particularly good impression. The streets were very dirty and disgusting and nothing is cheap compared to other places in United States. I do not have to return to that right away.
I hope this article has given you insight and desire to visit just my favorite places.
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