I’m going to do something a little different tonight, and do a top ten list.
There are a lot of countries I want to visit. Actually, I’d love to be able to visit them all, but some are slightly inaccessible due to some dangers and instability. But here are my top ten countries I want to visit.
1. New Zealand
This is the top country I want to visit for several reasons. The scenery is absolutely beautiful. It’s also one of the most remote countries in the world, and has unique animals. It ranks high in many lists of standard of living, happiness, and more. It seems like a wonderful place.
My love of history and the colour green (although blue is my favourite colour) make this a top destination for me. I want to see the castles and the historic towns. I want to experience an authentic Irish pub.
The land of my maternal grandmother’s ancestors. The historic city of Oslo, the picturesque fjords, and the chance to travel north of the Arctic Circle make this one of my top choices.
The land of my maternal grandfather’s ancestors. Beer and sausages are a big draw for me, I think. But also the castles, the scenery, and I just have this urge to see Frankfurt. I like modern cities. But I also like historic places, and Germany has a lot.
This country has some amazing scenery. Absolutely beautiful. I’d love to see the glaciers, the mountains, the hot springs, and the intriguing capital city of Reykjavik. This is one country I’d love to go hiking in.
The land of unique animals and incredible scenery, Australia is one of my top choices to visit. I want to visit the outback, see the desert, check out Darwin, and explore Sydney. There’s a lot to see.
Mainly for the incredible history, Italy is a top choice for me. I especially want to explore Rome, but I’m interested in the scenery around the southern part of the country. I’d love to see some volcanoes while I’m there, too.
8. Costa Rica
This country is a great place for eco-tourism, and has a lot of amazing nature to see. Being a fairly stable country in a somewhat unstable Central America, it sounds like a nice place to visit.
I’ve had this fascination with this country that’s historically been populated by nomadic people. Ulaan Bataar seems like an interesting city to visit, and the landscape in Mongolia would be amazing to see.
The history here is incredible, and that’s what I’d like to see. Machu Picchu and the Nazca lines are top things for me to see there. I’d probably enjoy the hike up to the mountain city, even though it would take quite a while. I’m willing!
What do you think of my list? What are your top ten countries to visit?