Filyos, Turkey | A small town in Zonguldak popular as a local beach spot with a rich archaeological tradition. Photo is from below the acropolis excavation site.
/r/travelOne of the best places I stayed at
/r/travelSight of Luzern, Switzerland from the castle walls
/r/travelThis was taken in Dresden before Covid. I'll never forget this day as when I walked onto this square, there was a busker with a clarinet playing the opening theme from Forrest Gump. Very haunting and emotional.
/r/travelSkrapar, Albania en route to the Cave of Pirogoshi. This area in southern Albania is known for its beautiful mountains and for producing the best raki.
/r/travelPre-COVID breakfast in Santorini
/r/travelView from solarium of abandoned home in Bosnia, along Lake Jablanica near Kojnic. This was likely one of the many homes abandoned during the Bosnian War from '92-'95.
/r/travelRoof dragon & cloud dragon in synchronized flight. Taken at Donglong Temple in Taiwan.
/r/travelMy favorite picture I took in Pripyat (Chernobyl). What is a “dark tourism” destination you’ve always wanted to see even if it’s maybe a bit uncouth?
/r/travelAll of the major hotels/resorts around the main tourist hub were full, so my family (a group of ~12) was worried about being able to find a place to stay the night. Then we found this hidden gem. And yes, they let you pick ripe bananas. @ Greenhouse Resort in Mondulkiri, Cambodia
/r/travelA pano from Mt. Kosciuszko in Australia, the highest point in the mainland. Easily one of the most fantastic views in Australia and a beautiful hike.
/r/travelLava lake MT, hiked about 6 miles in total. 2.7 to the lake and another 2.7 back. Very nice out and back hike. Very steep incline on the way up to the lake, but very well worth it once you get there. About a half hour away from Bozeman Montana. Really wish I snagged more photos
/r/travelThe Roman Forum. Gave me major chills
/r/travelPonte Vecchio, Florence, Italy (2018). Don’t be fooled by the peaceful scenery; the sidewalk I took this from was completely packed.
/r/travelSainte-Chapelle (1/2): the nearly full-length stained glass panes are absolutely stunning. One of my favorite places to experience Paris Médiéval during my time studying abroad last fall
/r/travelMy first trip to Europe: I wandered the streets of Île de la Cité. I toured the streets alone, simultaneously discovering Paris, and aspects of myself that I didn’t know existed. I fell in love with Paris, and, as an unexpected bonus, I learned to love myself.
/r/travelCape au Moine SWITZERLAND Montain Peak, Beautiful Summer view 2020
/r/travelThis picture I took of Piazza Maggiore in Bologna, Italy in 2015. But I love this picture for the two very happy girls in it, I caught them in my picture completelty by accident.
/r/travelFood From My Mandatory 14 Day Quarantine in Korea: a Very 2020 Cullinary Experience
/r/travelHere is my picture of the view from the top of Eisriesenwelt , near Salzburg Austria
/r/travelA rainy day at Osaka Castle (Aug 2019, Sony Alpha a6000)
/r/travel16mi bike ride with 4,449ft elevation gain to get to this 2.8mi hike in Glacier National Park
/r/travelHallstatt lake and Dachstein glacier from far away, Austrian Alps ❤️
/r/travelViews from the top of the biggest ice cave in the world - The Eisriesenwelt (near Salzburg, Austria)
/r/travelMadurai, India (a year ago today, beautiful temples)
/r/travelAn early evening kick about, Phong Nha, Vietnam. Just before the pandemic took over... Idyllic.
/r/travelThe area where my Airbnb was, just outside of Dubrovnik, Croatia. Taken last August
/r/travelCastelnaud-la-Chapelle, France, taken in July last year
/r/travelIn case anyone was curious about passport application processing times in the US...
/r/travelThe tiny village of Careno, Italy on Lake Como. We didn’t see another person the whole time we walked through! Haunting and beautiful.