My Travel Bucket List
Start writing a post

My Travel Bucket List

"The World Is A Book And Those Who Do Not Travel Only Read One Page"

My Travel Bucket List
Travel Channel

Ever since I can remember I have always had a love for adventure. I remember being a kid and my brother and I would explore the woods behind our house. As I grew up, this love for adventure turned into a passion for travel. If I had unlimited money and a lot of free time, I would travel the world, see new places, and immerse myself in different cultures. These following ten places on my so-called "bucket list" are the top ten places I'd definitely like to visit sometime in my life.

#10 - Canada

Despite living in upstate New York and being less than three hours from the Canadian border, I have actually never had the chance to visit our neighboring country. My "must-sees" include the busy metropolitan areas like Montreal and Toronto, as well as some other sights like Old Quebec and Jasper National Park.

#9 - Prague

While I don't know much about this city, it's impressive architecture and stunning views makes the city someplace that I'd like to experience. My "must-sees" include the Old Town Square, the Charles Bridge, and the Dancing House.

#8 - Greece

I think what has initially drawn me to Greece was all the Greek stories I read in freshmen year of high school. My "must-sees" include the typical tourist sights such as the Parthenon and the Acropolis of Athens, as well as lesser known ones like the Great Theatre of Epidaurus and the cliff-side city of Santorini.

#7 - South Africa

I never really knew much about South Africa until I met a girl named Haidee on a Leadership Summit in Boston, MA. Haidee was in my smaller group for the week and she was from Cape Town, South Africa. After hearing about the culture, I decided that I'd have to visit. My "must-sees" include The Cape of Good Hope, the city of Cape Town, and Kruger National Park.

#6 - Spain

I learned a lot about Spain and its' culture after taking Spanish classes from pre-school until eleventh grade. My "must-sees" include bustling areas like Madrid and Barcelona, as well as other sights such as Costa Brava and Cuenca.

#5 - Great Britain

In my opinion, Great Britain is a popular tourist destination for anyone visiting Europe. Both the high school I attended and the college I currently attend have "study abroad" trips to the capital of Great Britain, London. My "must-sees" include Big Ben, Stonehenge, and Westminster Abbey.

#4 - Italy

Another popular tourist destination is Italy, a country with a rich culture and great food. My "must-sees" are pretty much over the place, including Venice, Rome, Naples, Pisa, and the Amalfi Coast.

#3 - All 50 US States

One thing I would love to do is pack up my car and take a road trip around the country with some friends. Having never left the East Coast of the US, there is so much more to the country that I would love to explore. My "must-sees" include the French Quarter, the Grand Canyon, Alcatraz, and Zion National Park.

#2 - Australia

Ever since I was a kid and I had Scooby Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire on repeat, I've always wanted to travel to Australia myself. My "must-sees" include the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru, the Sydney Opera House, and Bondi Beach.

#1 - Ireland

The place I want to travel to the most would have to be Ireland. My mother's side of the family has Irish heritage, and I've always thought it would be interesting to see my roots and where my family originated from. My "must-sees" include the Cliffs of Moher, Blarney Castle, and Dublin.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.
Two teenage girls smiling

The 2000s were a time that many young adults today can look back on, joyfully reminisce and somewhat cringe at the trends and the fads that we all used to love and adore. Here's a list of things from the golden 2000s that will have one feeling nostalgic about all of those times.

Keep Reading...Show less
Student Life

7 Types Of Students You Will Meet In College

You wish you could be #5, but you know you're probably a #6.

cool group of lazy college students in class

There are thousands of universities around the world, and each school boasts its own traditions and slogans. Some schools pride themselves on sports, while others emphasize their research facilities. While there is a myriad of differences among each and every school, there will always these seven types of students in class.

Keep Reading...Show less
woman in white tank top and orange jacket holding a bible
Photo by Joel Muniz on Unsplash

Life is hard. There is no surprise there. It’s confusing and scary and hectic, but there are some amazing qualities, too. Sometimes you feel alone and don’t know what to do. School gets in the way of what you want to do or you’re dropping friends you thought you trusted. Everyone has their moments. Everyone has felt in the lowest place and couldn’t find the strength to get back up. But I want to help with that. Here are 10 Bible verses I hope will brighten your day, or at least make you feel stronger and happier.

Keep Reading...Show less
Buddy The Elf Attacked by Raccoon

Finals, the time we all dread. Amidst trying to juggle a social life, lack of sleep, exams, essays, and classes, it can be more than overwhelming to juggle this crazy season of life. Thankfully, Elf gets it. Here's 15 feels of finals week before winter break, as told by Buddy the Elf:

Keep Reading...Show less

10 Pros And Cons Of Autumn

Navigating the Season's Upsides and Downsides

concrete road among autumn forest with bright orange leaves

Personally, Autumn is one of my favorite seasons. The air is crisp but not too cold, there is so much to do, and you're not collapsing from the heat. I asked some friends and family what their favorite and least favorite parts of Fall. Below is the list I put together:

Keep Reading...Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments