Top Experiences To Try After Quarantine
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Top Experiences To Try After Quarantine

Bring back the outdoors with a blast after quarantine ends with these 7 exotic locales.

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Top Experiences To Try After Quarantine

With the wish of the great outdoors on the tongues of nearly every person during this quarantine, many people are counting down the seconds until they're finally free to do what they wish. From the largest castles to the deepest valleys, here are some alluring sights to see and places to visit once we are finally free to go.

Bengaluru's Flying Restaurant

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Most people love to combine eating good food with something appealing to the eyes, like a movie. However, this attraction, known as fly dining, combines the food with an awe-striking view from 160 feet above the ground of India, and is certainly worth a check-out.

Catacombs of Rome

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You'll feel like you're stepping into somewhere supernatural when you visit this attraction. The Roman Catacombs boast over a 1000 skeletons 186 miles of spooky tunnels. This attraction isn't for those who are uncomfortable in closed off spaces though, so make sure you're ready for some creepy sights.

Malbork Castle

https://www.viator.com/tours/Gdansk/Malbork-Castle-Private-Tour/d4213-9328P1

The largest castle in the world in terms of area boasts 52 acres worth of area. It certainly makes for an interesting walk, as it is also a rather old site, being built in 1406, and full of rich and interesting history to be discovered.

The Muraka

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If you happened to glance at this building during a walk along the beach, you wouldn't be impressed. Above the sea-line, it looks like it is nothing more than a simple pier. However, under the water, a dreamlike apartment is present. The room is incredibly modern-looking, with a minimalistic aesthetic and a beautiful underwater view of the sea that can take anyone's breath away.

Machu Picchu

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The famous mountaintop village is next up on the list. It isn't easy to get to, with multiple trails and routes taking you up the sheer mountainside. Despite the grueling trek, the end result is definitely worth it, with a view almost unparalleled, earning its title as one of the new wonders of the world.

Grand Canyon

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The Grand Canyon is an almost too-perfect example of the effect time, with the gargantuan cut in the earth having been formed by nearly 6 million years worth of a single river carving away at the ground. Pictures truly don't do it any good. The true scale of the canyon can only be felt in person, so it is advised to visit it at least once.

Winter Naarden

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Naarden is a beautiful city located in the Netherlands. With beautiful moats that cover a past of militaristic power, the city is a hub of old architecture and history. This combined with the dazzling winter aesthetic of the town makes it a brilliant addition to anyone's bucket lists.

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