The first thing you see Rio is a breathtaking view of the Guanabara Bay with its white beaches, the Sugarloaf Mountain rising out of the water and, of course, the Corcovado mountain, with statue of Christ the Redeemer spreading his arms on the top. While the ancient capital of Japan is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. 17 sights of Kyoto are in UNESCO heritage list.
The last three centuries have brought little change to Venice scenery. The Italian city seems frozen in time, and being there has much in common with acting in some fabulous theatrical production. From magnificent Basilica San Marco to romantic gondola rides, here’s the ultimate guide to this cradle of renaissance.