28 Gorgeous Vacation Photos To Fuel Your Wanderlust.

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It's starting to look a lot like Christmas in Rome with everything covered in snow.

There's no greater artist than Mother Nature and humanity, especially when it comes to creating some amazing architecture or vistas. In fact, the world is filled with so many wondrous things that you'd need more than one lifetime to explore the entire globe. Fortunately, you´ve got us who are bringing the world to you with these amazing photos that show landscapes, architecture and so much more. With this much beauty and diversity around us, you'll be motivated to hop on a plane and visit some of these beautiful locations with your own two eyes. So brace yourself, because you're about to see something that's simply marvelous.


The Eternal City got snow for the first time in six years.

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In Los Cabos, Mexico, the beaches aren't the only thing worth looking at.

Imagine waking up to a delicious Mexican breakfast with a worthwhile view full of architecture.

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Looking for the most photogenic city ever? Try Chefchaouen, Morocco!

Chefchaouen is quite pretty and very, very blue like a Smurf.

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The Colombian Amazon is for the birds, literally, as they're always flocking around.

This must have been similar to what it was like to be in the Hitchcock classic "Birds!"

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You've never seen frozen ice until you've visited Saint-Petersburg, Russia's Neva River.

You have to watch your step and hope that the ice doesn't crack beneath your feet.

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It can be quite an experience to watch the sunset over the Cliffs of Moher.

Reddit user Stizod found the embodiment of nature's artwork in one of Ireland's most famous cliffs.

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Imagine riding around through the Patagonian forest like this person did.

It looks like an enchanted forest, but it was taken near Puerto Natales.

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In Southern Italy, you can find a lovely view of these side towns that will take your breath away.

Positano is one of many stunning towns of the Amalfi Coast.

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New York City is always beautiful, but taking a photo from Top of The Rock is even better.

It's 70 floors high with unobstructed 360° city views.

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Bali is a true paradise, hence why it doesn't need any filters to enhance its beautiful scenery.

But before you go, be sure to have some mosquito repellant handy.

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Newcastle's Grey Street looks so picturesque at dusk that it should be framed.

Grey Street offers visitors classical architecture, bars, and restaurants, and is said to be one of the most beautiful streets in the UK.

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You'll feel like you're in another world when you visit the Super Tree Grove in Singapore.

The trees have large canopies that provide shade during the day and come alive at night with a gorgeous display of light and sound.

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The thing about Paris, France is that it's so impressive that it blows people away.

A cruise along the Seine is a leisurely way to travel and makes for great photos.

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Everything is colorful in the Latin American city of Medellin, Colombia, including the streets.

Reddit user Sean_fitz19 was mesmerized by the amazing streets and colors in the stacked homes.

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You'll feel like you're in a sci-fi film at Mexico City's Biblioteca Vasconcelos.

The mega-library in downtown Mexico City stretches across 38,000 square meters!

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Have you ever seen water this blue like on the shore of McWay Falls in Big Sur, California?

They say it's better in real life than it is in photos.

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This impressive shot was taken in Nepal at the Everest Base Camp trek.

Standing at an altitude of 5,364 meters, the South Base Camp view is literally breathtaking.

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When you're traveling in Bolivia you might feel tempted to take photos, but don't forget the lamas.

Reddit user Lookin4green got photobombed by a bunch of lamas, which made this shot even cooler!

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Above the Arctic Circle in Lofoten Islands in Norway, you'll find the most spectacular scenery.

Lofoten offers nature attractions such as the northern lights, the midnight sun, and fishing, surfing, kayaking, and skiing.

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You won't need a fire extinguisher in the Bay of Fires in Tasmania, Australia.

Reddit user Cusquenita went on a camping trip here and wasn't expecting a beautiful white sandy beach like this.

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How about going on a boat ride in Maya Bay in Koh Phi Phi, Thailand?

This is the location of the film “The Beach,” starring Leonardo Dicaprio.

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It's worth the detour to visit the Rakotzbrucke Devil's Bridge in Germany, if you dare.

Reddit user Drunklikeaskunk felt like they'd traveled to Rivendell when they crossed this bridge.

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Here's a pic of Amsterdam with an “almost Spring” glow.

Amsterdam offers travelers world-class art galleries, laid-back bars, colorful houses and canals, and eco-friendly bikes.

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On the North Slope in Alaska, you'll find that the edge of the continent is quite beautiful.

Reddit user Caliform traveled to a place, over a hundred miles from the Arctic Ocean, and it was well worth it.

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Looking for the jewel in Istanbul's crown? Then look no further than the Blue Mosque.

Reddit user Ani_svnit left their heart in the Blue Mosque, which even from far away, draws tourists.

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In Northern Thailand, life isn't good, it's pretty awesome and beautiful too.

Life is sweet when you have a book, some wine, and a great view.

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If you love penguins then you'll really want to take a trip to South Georgia.

This remote volcanic island is home to 1.5 million penguins.

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It couldn't have been easy to take this photo of Fushimi Inari-taisha in Kyoto, Japan.

Reddit user 215illmatic walked 30 minutes until the mob of people thinned so she could capture this zen pic.

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