Free Breathtaking Sights Around the World

If you want to experience diversity and history, nothing could be better than traveling in Europe. Given the enormous geography of Europe, it is extremely difficult to travel to all places even if you have a multi-week travel plan. To live up to what Europe has to offer, it is said that you need more than a year to live. When planning to travel to Europe, taking into account the limited time, it is very important to have the best design. Consider renting a car at 24 every time you are planning to explore these breathtaking sights as they have many sights which you can’t miss to see.


London is the economic capital of Europe, a place to visit in Europe. As a prefecture capital with a rich history, there is plenty to see and do in London. On your trip to London, some of the attractions you can not remember are Tower Bridge. Almost all famous tourist destinations in London are easily accessible There are some great dining options in the city and some of the oldest and most beautiful gardens in the world should not be missed.


The most romantic city in the world, Paris is another place in Europe that you can not miss Paris is a beautiful city on the banks of the Seine, there are many places that are considered as a tourist attraction. The Eiffel Tower has always been Paris for tourists and is a stunning view of the city where you can experience the tower. The Louvre is another place where art lovers should not lose if they want to see the world-famous Mona Lisa. For shopping lovers, Montague Avenue is the place to go because it is home to famous brands such as Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, Dyer, and Channel.



The story begins in Berlin because the city has seen some of the most remarkable moments of the last century and many of them and in front of them. The Berlin Wall, which once represented the city, was no longer there, but some were preserved in memory and history. During the Cold War, the city was divided into four squares, each part of which is still very different from the other. For theater lovers, there are over 50 theaters in town and there are over one hundred and fifty museums for history lovers.


When traveling in Europe, the ideal situation of Switzerland has always been one of the most popular places in the Alps. This country shares its borders with Germany, France, and Italy, making it easy to access. Switzerland is the most visited country of tourists in Europe. In addition to the best watches, chocolates and famous Swiss banks, this country is blessed with rare natural beauty and is visited by tourists who come to winter sports.

The above are some of the breathtaking sights around the world you can see for free. Renting a car at 24 is necessary so as to enhance your travel to these sights using the shortest time possible as well as having fun.

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Denali, Alaska (In Case You Decide to Visit)


If you ever get the privilege of visiting a land as grandiose and majestic as Alaska, you might as well go tearing through it at eye-popping speeds and try to bang it out in just a couple of days.  Why take several weeks to drink in the vast expanses of wild beauty, when you can do it in a long weekend?  Learn from us.  It can be done.  Hell, they even spot you a few extra daylight hours in the summer to tick off the mile markers.   Just load up on unholy quantities of caffeine and junk food, buckle up and hit the highway.  Please keep your hands and feet in the car (and for God’s sake, no flash photography).

Our day began with us powering through a couple of Moose McMuffins and Gatorade (drink of champions), before the serious riding. We were assigned (sentenced to?) a wheezy Detroit road nugget – not much to talk about on the asphalt – but her seats were smartly designed for a single clear objective: to contort the lumbar vertebrae into a spastic twist that could attract a pit of lovesick sidewinders and fund an army of earnest chiropractors.

Soooo… anyway…our fire-red chariot of pain came screaming into the Denali area at around 3:00 in the afternoon. With no real plan, we screeched to a sudden, dusty halt aside one of Alaska’s ubiquitous dirt landing strips.  A nice sign advertised private plane rides around the big Daddy-O of North American mountains, Mt. McKinley (or Denali in the native tongue).  The ever-present Lonely Planet guidebook emphasized that a flight around this monster was an absolute must, especially on a clear day.  Well, the gods were smiling on us then (or busy with non-weather related tasks) because the skies on both of our days in Denali were astoundingly clear.

Flying Around

So for just a lint ball over four hundred skins, we were aloft.  As our capable pilot, Rick, tootled over the Alaskan wilderness in his single engine Cessna, he courteously pointed out the various ‘things.’

The airplane ride lasted about an hour – twenty minutes travel time each way across the Alaskan wilderness and twenty minutes banking and soaring around the mountain.

I think we managed to get some pretty reasonable photos.

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Just a Plane Shot From the Cockpit Nervous Nellie?

Now here is an important point. See, Alaskans are so enamored with their state (who can blame them?) that many have evolved into knowledgeable, world-class lecturers.  For example, ask some typical gas station hand, “Where can I buy beer?”  You won’t get, “Uh yeah, head to the Silver Fox just down the road.  They got beer.  And pizza.”  No sir.  What you’ll get is more like: “Interesting that you should ask.  Back when Jeff McHenry established the Sysakka turn-off in ’07, old governor Jonathan “Stomp and Swagger” McBride has just repealed Proposition 14, which prohibited the transportation of spirits, including, without limitation, your beer, by pack dog or sledge.  So it wasn’t until ’09 that McHenry’s dog team finally arrived with the first beer in the region.  But the funny thing is, that beer didn’t actually arrive by dog or sledge.  See, our annual snowfall in April is around near 39 inches.  But on this particular year, the arctic low pressure band wasn’t picking up near enough moisture from the still-frozen Beaufort Sea – which gave us about 12 inches of snow that year.  So turns out, in addition to the early arrival (and near extinction) of the club-footed booble goose, McHenry had to carry the damn barrels himself over nearly 300 miles of mud and glacier rock…”  You get the idea.  Ask a question?  Be prepared for a symposium.

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Shadows over the Mountain A crystal View



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A Typical Panorama Greens and Browns



We woke up very early to pack, check out of the lodge, and catch the 5:30 am bus into the National Park.  I wasn’t sure what I was doing greeting that hour, since when we typically meet, I catch it from the other side.

Anyway, the bus took us on a nine hour adventure through pristine countryside to spot wildlife, photograph the countryside, and breathe the super fresh air.

The spotting tour was fruitful, as we saw Caribou, Bears, Rodents, Birds, Marmots, Sheep, and the Old Man McKinley in full glory.


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Top 5 Nudist Beaches in Florida


Florida is considered as the best state in the USA for several reasons like the hot weather, good hotels and good food all favorable for holiday and vocations. Florida also attracts a lot of visitors and especially along the beach. Nude sunbathing is also a tourist attraction.

Freedom on the beach

Most of these beaches do not have access to the public transport network and hence most young people and especially the young use the Florida under 21 car hire. Just don’t forget to wear your clothes while driving. There are some fees for driving naked in the United States.

The top five nudist beaches in Florida are as follows:

  • Haulouver Beach Park

Haulover Beach Park is the number one Nudist Beach in the World and it is located in Florida 1.5km north of Miami Beach. It has amazing sceneries such as picnic sites and man-made dunes. It is legal entity.

Playalinda Beach - looking south

  • Playalinda Beach

It is a popular and ideal place for nudists. It is not legal but has quite a number of visitors who enjoy the remote atmosphere.

It is not crowded and hence creates an ideal atmosphere for its target visitors. It is a remote place and it has long beach stretch.

  • Lummus Park on South Beach

It is very popular for sunbather and Europeans love the sun basking moments there. It is commonly referred to as a beach for “young and beautiful”. It is very popular among the young people and especially students.

  • Hobe Sound

Hobe Sound in considered a place for the rich nudists since it has big mansions. It is wildlife reserve with very beautiful sceneries.

  • St Lucia Inlet Preserve

It is a beautiful place and is only accessible by boats. It is very popular among the nudists because is it an island in a serene environment.

Why are the nudist beaches in Florida so popular?

Mas Palomas, Gran Canaria, Spain

  1. Nudity on the Florida beaches has become a way of life for many people with tourists travelling from as far as Europe to enjoy that experience.
  2. Florida has the highest number of nudist beaches and they attract a lot of visitors because of the beautiful sceneries and the favorable weather in summer.

So, it really doesn’t matter whether you prefer wearing something while visiting public beaches or not. Enjoying swimming or just lying on the sun, surrounded by naked bodies has some unique charm. Especially when those bodies are young and pretty. Just do not forget to put on your sunglasses J for the best stealth experience.

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