10 Brilliant Places To Visit Before You Turn 40

10 Brilliant Places To Visit Before You Turn 40

So you’ve reached the age of 40 with nary a passport stamp, let alone a free day off work to play with. We’re sorry. Life just got in the way. But now that you’re here, we’re going to tell you how to make up for the lost time.

What are the 10 Brilliant Places to Visit Before You Turn 40?

The list has been compiled with input from travel experts and it serves as a reminder to those who have not yet seen these sights to do so before they turn 40.

  1. London: It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and also has wonderful food that you must try. Moreover, it is home to Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and The Tower of London.
  2. Las Vegas: This city has everything for everyone. It’s rich in culture and has many beautiful hotels with amazing views.
  3. Paris: Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and its sites are incomparable; it is home to the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Arc de Triomphe and Louvre Museum.
  4. Australia: Visit Australia to see one of the world’s most famous buildings Sydney Opera House opened in 1973. It’s the first opera house in the world to be built on sandstone foundations. It has three performance venues, including the Concert Hall, Opera Theatre, and Drama Theatre.
  5. China: With breathtaking scenery from snow-capped mountain peaks to rolling green highlands, China has something for every traveller. Don’t miss the iconic Great Wall of China.
  6. Canadian Rockies: The mountains are situated both on flat land and on rolling hills, all covered with snow or green trees. Animal species include moose, caribou, grizzly bears, wolves, and cougars. There are plenty of waterfalls and lakes for fishing as well as places to camp.
  7. India: India boasts the second-highest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world, so it’s no surprise that this is one of the most fascinating places to visit. The country has a beautiful blend of cultures and art, making it well worth your time.
  8. New Zealand: The natural landscape is endlessly captivating and offers a wide range of activities from sea kayaking to horseback riding. You can also hike or ski among the country’s spectacular mountain ranges.
  9. Malta: Malta is a small country in the Mediterranean Sea with plenty of things to explore. You can visit ancient temples, caves, or even explore its underwater world.
  10. Greece: You can find ancient ruins of temples and other structures on Santorini and Mykonos. If you want to go someplace rustic, try Crete or Sparta where you’ll find breathtaking mountains and scenery that will make your jaw drop!

The best way to do it is to give yourself the time and space you need

For anyone who is about to turn 40 and doesn’t know where to start, you need time and space. You need to be able to go without kids or pets; you need to be able to say no when your friends invite you out; you need your partner’s understanding. If you don’t have a lot of time or can’t travel, you might want to just focus on the 10 best-ranked places to visit. If you have a little more time, try to hit as many of the 100 as possible. And if you have a ton of time and money, go for it.

It’s worth investing in travel insurance

Travel insurance is an important part of any travel packing list. It can cover everything from theft to medical emergencies. Some policies even extend coverage to your companion in the event that you can’t continue on your trip for some reason.

Here are some pointers for planning this out

You can make a list of all the places you would like to go, rank them in order of importance and mark any favorite destinations at the top. Select your top 10-20 destinations and make a budget for each one. Set up timelines for when you want to visit these destinations – two or three years at most. You don’t want to go everywhere and see nothing, so make sure you prioritize. The countries should be places that are in your budget and offer unique experiences such as historical sites, natural beauty, food, culture, and art. Consider the climate of each country before booking your flights or accommodations – some people love winter weather while others detest it.

Final thoughts

It is important to travel far and wide because when you do, you will be able to better understand the world. I also believe that travelling opens your mind to new ideas and opportunities. You never know what might happen when you put yourself out there. The possibilities are endless!


Wishing the readers a blissful 2022

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