5 travel destinations that can cure your mind and soul

5 travel destinations that can cure your mind and soul

To travel is to be free.

To travel is to seek the unknown.

To travel is to look beyond our own walls!

We, humans, seek knowledge. Now, this knowledge could be hidden in the worn-out pages of old books or it may be hidden in the shadows of the dark woods. In this list, I shall pin down some travel destinations where our spiritual mind can be fed as it can be seen after dolphins were seen on the banks of Italy.

Sanctuary of Apollo

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The sanctuary of Apollo can be traced back to 1500 B.C. The enchanting place is located in Delphi, Greece and is one of the richest places in terms of Greek mythology.  Where would you go to seek the deepest desires of your spiritual mind? As Neo would, you should visit the oracle. That’s right! It is said that the sanctuary of Apollo was the home of the Oracle. Keeping aside spirituality, Mount Parnassus is where one seeks the divine.

Sedona, Arizona

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Located approximately about 100 miles to the great Grand Canyon, Sedona is considered to be the host of the energy vortex. Well, if you do not believe in the vortex, the scenery is enchanting enough to refill your spiritual mind. The place is a must to filter out the evil of the mind, and the mindfulness and spa parlours are a brownie.

The western wall, Israel

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Israel’s one of the most prominent tourist attractions is the western wall. The place is where King Herod built a temple, around which lies the wall. Jerusalem as a whole is considered to be a holy city and the sheer beauty of the place hits the inner mind. This is where religion has no walls. Quite an irony, isn’t it?

Borobudur, Indonesia

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Amidst the island of Java, Indonesia lays the immortal Borobudur. The name suggests someplace Lara croft would be interested in. Here, lays a giant Mandala using millions of stone blocks. Here, visitors come to witness the beauty and to worship.

Camino de Santiago, Spain

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In Santiago de Compostela rests the tomb of St James. Travellers from around the globe visit Camino de Santiago to dig deeper into the ocean of spirituality. Well, it’s not all meditation and peace; you can ride a horse and cycle through the heritage. This place is dear to Instagram and Pinterest.

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