I went to Rome this weekend and I saw this beauty on one of the cupolas of saint Peter's basilica (Vatican). I really advise you guys to go there, it's to beautiful not to see.
/r/travelPoint Bonita Lighthouse in the Marin Highlands, Sausalito, CA. You reach this place by walking through a natural cave [OC]
/r/travelUnreal views along the Kalalau Trail as we made our way to the Hanakapi'ai Falls (Kauai, HI)
/r/travelThe beautiful Wadi Shab Canyon in Oman. If you swim to the end through a small crack, there is a hidden cave and waterfall. There is also many opportunities to cliff jump.
/r/travelNyborg, Denmark. More photos in the comments.
/r/travelKayaking in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand was one of the most surreal and breathtaking experiences. We only saw 3 or 4 boats the entire day.
/r/travelShirahige falls, Hokkaido. Stumbled across this thermal waterfall on my winter travels through Japan.
/r/travelLucerne, Switzerland. So amazing in person!
/r/travelMe and my sister after climbing the Åreskutan (1420m) before snowboarding back down
/r/travelThis little monastery tucked away in the Southern Netherlands is actually a Trappist Brewery. For €12 you can have a beer and a tour. Monks are everywhere. The restaurant serves fantastic food made with the beer. It’s called La Trappe.
/r/travelGargnano, Italy. Felt like one of the less touristic places at the Garda Lake. Lovely visit!
/r/travelThe top of The Shard, London. Amazing city views from this stunning building.
/r/travelDachstein-Austria a different perspective on the funicular and skywalk from a paraglider
/r/travelTravelled to Antarctica recently - one of my many favourite pictures from this magical trip!
/r/travelIncredible mountain landscapes near Cortina d'Ampezzo in Italian Dolomites. I was there last year in August and can't wait to visit it again.
/r/travelView outside Tromsø, Norway just before Christmas
/r/travelUK day trips on steam trains offer a chance to experience life as it was. Great service, fast running and unique destinations. I highly recommend it even if you aren’t a train enthusiast. This video shows a day trip from London to Worcester in Feb 2019.
/r/travelView of half of the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park, Alberta. Worth the insane wind and 3 degrees Fahrenheit weather
/r/travelSummer , snow and active volcano ( Pucon, Chile)
/r/travelLauterbrunnen, Switzerland. Just past the town, looking South down the valley.
/r/travelTaken in Malbun, Liechtenstein. We hiked around 45 mins up the hill to finally come across a tiny cabin overlooking the mountains and clouds. Absolutely beautiful. Taken with a Huawei p30 pro.
/r/travelView from the top of Blockhaus (Majella group, Abruzzo, Italy)
/r/travelPetra is massive. You can easily explore temples with barely any people around. Here's a photo from the Wadi Farasa trail.
/r/travelRainy winter nights are making me miss spring days, like this one in Salzburg, Austria
/r/travelDouble rainbow above Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy (AKA "The Dying City")
/r/travelOur hotel view in agua calientes, Peru
/r/travelYou can cross the Sahara by hopping an Iron Ore train
/r/travelHanoi Train Street We travelled Vietnam from South to North, experienced everything the country had to show us, from Ho Chi Minh City to Hà Long Bay. This photo (which was one of a great many) was comfortably my favourite.
/r/travelSand boarding in the Qatari desert