There’s nothing like an amazing view to inspire you to book your next trip, whether you’re drawn by rolling countryside, isolated islands or soaring mountain peaks. To help spark your imagination, Rough Guides, a travel guidebook and reference publisher based in United Kingdom asked their readers to vote for the most beautiful countries in the world.
There are 20 countries in the list published by Rough Guides. And since we just offered you the top 10, you may read the complete list on their official website.
A lot of love for this country among the readers of Rough Guides. As well as the stunning mountains and forest, one of the recommendation is to visit the castles and explore the history laid there.
9. Unites States of America (USA)
In such an enormous country, it is impossible to cover all of the places where you will find beauty. Highlighting Yosemite and Grand Canyon National Park, no doubt that USA has the world’s best national park system.
Black beaches, hot springs, and volcanic mountains, Iceland comes in at the number 8 on the list. One of the reader said that this country come for the “dramatic landscapes and uncommon beauty.”
Nothing inspires patriotism like the England landscape, from the rolling hills to the idyllic shores. Even the X53 bur route along the Jurassic Coast can leave you into unearth beauty!
All along with more than 14,000 islands, Indonesia has so many beauty to be discovered. Natural landscapes, varied cultures and heritage will leave you speechless once you step your feet there. This is the only Asian country making on the top ten list.
5. South Africa
South Africa – which makes up the size of France and Spain combined – is undeniably beautiful. On Twitter, @Allafrica01 says “South Africa has to rate as one of the best with all the variety from wildlife to beaches.”
Few countries receive as many accolades for their beauty as Italy. On Twitter, @Turpin101 was enamored by the lovely landscapes and towns, while others are captivated by the history and romance of the country’s small towns.
3. New Zealand
In third place is New Zealand. Heather Bates put it superbly on Facebook, praising the country’s rolling green hills, majestic mountains, breathtaking fjords and amazing diversity of landscape from one island to the next.
In a close call for second place is Canada: home of lumberjacks, beavers and maple syrup (if you believe everything you read). But there’s much more on offer in Canada, not least its mixture of raw beauty and majestic landscapes.
And finally, the world’s most beautiful country is revealed: Scotland. Who can deny that these wild beaches, deep lochs and craggy castles are some of the most wonderful and beautiful sights in the world?
Source :Rough Guides