I’m freakishly excited to be writing this post because I’m yearning to get back to traveling but if the best I can do is day dream, then so be it. In any regard I love talking about travel, I love exploring cultures, seeing new things, trying the food! Gosh, I miss packing my bags, I miss the excitement of heading to the airport, getting my coffee after security, aimlessly wandering the airport until my flight, and then take off. All of it.
So in my off time I’ll casually lurk my dream destinations on Pinterest and whip up a full on itinerary. Anyone else overly ambitious/prepared like that? It’s actually my favorite past time as a wanderluster and it dabbles into my love for making lists. So today I’m sharing my top 5 bucket list travel destinations.
I’ve been doing crazy extensive research on Switzerland for a while now and it encapsulates all things I love in one place. Andrew and I declared this to be one of our travel destinations for our honeymoon. If/when we can ever get married and have a proper wedding. But the plan is that each of us are going to choose a place and whatever place we choose, we’d be responsible for the planning. Mine was Switzerland.
In particular, I’m envisioning Geneva to Lauterbrunnen. and then quick stops over in Jungfrau, Interlaken, and Grindelwald.
Okay so Andrew’s choice is Greece, which is HIGH on my bucket list as is. A man with great taste 😉
Although Andrew is doing the planning for this one, what I know that we’ll be doing is at least one night in Athens to visit some of the Ancient ruins- because y’all know old historical and decrepit structures are my favorite. But from there Santorini and Mykonos is where we’ll spend majority of our time.
Surprisingly enough, when I used to think of traveling in Europe, the first locations that came to mind were Italy & France, but lately, I’ve been having the urge to do more of a London/Amsterdam combo. I’m not entirely sure what swayed me in this direction but the more research I was doing the more I can see myself leisurely wandering these gorgeous streets.
Telluride from where I live is about a 6 hour drive, so not as do-able for a day trip but a long weekend is surely in the works! Aside from seeing one of the more popular ski towns in Colorado, there’s a boatload of other neighboring places to explore. One in particular that I really have my eye on is the Mesa Verde National Park to see these cliff dwellings.
I just see this photo and I can’t help but to wonder HOW?!?!
I honestly don’t know that I need to say more. I know that my readers KNOW my love for mountains and gorgeous lakes so to no surprise the Canadian rockies is obviously on my top travel bucket list!
Of course, my list goes on and on but my top 5 ignites excitement into my bones.
Where are your TOP 3 places to visit?