It is a normal phenomenon to have a list of things you want to fulfill before you hit the bucket. Some of these things may be achieved or not. However, it is everyone’s alluring desire to travel and marvel at the beauty of various ancient wonders, natural landmarks and current sites dispersed across the globe. Although choosing a place of inherent and symbiotic importance is subjective, there are these five places you must see before you die regardless of your gender, age or individual preference.

Since the world is made up of a vast variety of beautiful cultures, countries and geographical landmarks, the list was not easy to come at. Despite this, the five places we are going to discuss here are vacation spots and alluring sites that you have been reading about in the books and dreading to visit. So, grab your backpack and get ready to fly all over the world and experience the feel of being in world’s most incredible places.

1. The Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt

Have you spent your entire life hearing or reading about the Great Pyramids of Giza? I know you thought they are in the middle of a dessert! Let me shock you by confirming to you that the Pyramids proximity to Cairo will take only a few hours of your time. But just as you heard, this limestone beacons are poised in semi-arid setting and are estimated to be more than 4,500 years old. They are still intact and rigid. To quench your curiosity, make a date and book your flight to Egypt.

2. The Louvre in Paris, France

If you have been yearning to visit a museum that homes not only the most authentic pieces of art but also some of the symbolic, monumental and influential pieces of art all over the world, Louvre, France is the place. From the works of Mona Lisa to those of Monet and Picasso, Louvre in Paris is the home of all. Don’t be satisfied by pictures, go and see these pieces first hand and enjoy the tenacious vicinity of the museum which occupies about 65,000 square feet.

3. Grand Canyon, Arizona (USA)

This enthralling destination doesn’t need any titles to impress; it has numbers which speak for themselves. It stretches more than 288 miles, 18 miles wide and 1 mile deep. The Grand Canyon walls assume a fascinating mosaic mix of colors that change at sunrise and sunset. When you add the curtain-like waterfalls to the mix, this becomes a perfect place for vacation.

4. Venice, Italy

I know you have heard of this entrenching city of Venice that is formed by about 188 little islands which are connected by canals. Don’t read about it anymore, go and get enthralled by this quite city that has magnificent views, Renaissance architecture, and a maze of alleys, tiny streets and the one-of-a-kind gondolas. Make sure you don’t get out of Venice before you tour the city’s main canal or the Grand Canal..

5. The Great Wall of China

Entering into the books of history as the oldest stiff and upright standing piece of history, The China Wall is the most beautiful human-made structure. Stretching over 5,000 miles, the wall forms part of the most iconic sites you would ever visit around the world. The best part is that the wall is just 70 miles from Beijing, so you won't need to worry about transportation. Because of its magnificence, The Great Wall of China hosts about 10 million visitors annually. Don’t plan any longer; get your plane ticket and go witness the human-made creation has gone through all odds to appear in the list of Seven Wonders of the World.