The world is developing in high speed by sometimes we need to escape from it and go back in times of mysteries and technology-free days. There are places we have only read about where adventures await for us in every corner. So what are you waiting for, grab your suitcases and go on an adventure. Here are the top mythical destinations you can visit.
You know the story of Helen who was kidnapped by Paris from her husband king Agamemnon and was brought to Troy. A whole war sparked because of her (lucky girl). There is no chance you have missed the movie “Troy” with Brad Pitt but have you thought about that the war really happened. Nowadays in Troy you can find the remains of the ancient city: walls, temples and ruins.
The enchanted isle of Avalon once floated over the modern town of Glastonbury. This was the resting place of King Arthur. Books have been written, legends have been told, and movies have been made about this mythical king of England and the Knights of the Round Table, Merlin the sorcerer and the enchanted sword Excalibur. All of this attracts a lot of tourists who want to escape from the sensible world and live just for a while in magic and mystery.
El Dorado, Colombia
The mysterious city of gold “El Dorado” was hidden deep down the Amazon jungle. When Spanish conquistadors arrived at the new continent searched it like crazy but could not find it maybe because had cruel intentions and wanted to rob it. It is thought to be situated 50 km eastern from the capital city Bogota. It is still not found today but you can be the first one to see it, your heart just has to be pure.
Valley Of The Kings, Egypt
If you are not afraid of mummies in sarcophagi but you are actually drawn by them, go to the Valley of the Kings. It stands on the west bank of the Nile. This valley is the resting place of a large number of pharaohs like King Tut, Ramses the Great and Tuthmosis. From 16th to 11th century BC tombs were constructed from the Egyptian royalty. More than 60 chambers have been unearthed so far, why not see them?