Here's How You Can See All the Seven Wonders of the World in One Magical Trip

Photo of Here's How You Can See All the Seven Wonders of the World in One Magical Trip by Priya Pareek

Spread across the globe, the seven Wonders of the World are undoubtedly on every travel enthusiast’s bucket list because who would not love to see the seven most incredible things in the world that man has created.

But now there’s a way of achieving this admirable goal with almost no effort required on your end. Culture Trip has teamed up with On The Go Tours to take you to all the seven wonders of the world.

This 31-day trip will get all the seven wonders covered along with so many other amazing experiences that will become beautiful memories.

Before we tell you more about this dream vacation, here is a little bit about the seven wonders to tempt you some more.

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Photo of The Colosseum, Piazza del Colosseo, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy by Priya Pareek

Touted as the largest amphitheatre ever made, the Roman Colosseum was built over 1,900 years ago. The monument’s beauty stands intact despite its troubling history of power, cruelty and cold-blooded killings.

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Two third of the original has been destroyed over years because of being plundered by Roman popes and aristocrats to furnish their churches and mansions. Despite being incomplete, as some may say, it still is an impressive stonework to gaze at.

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Photo of Great Wall of China, Huairou, China by Priya Pareek

The world famous Great Wall of China is more than 2,300 years old and over 20,000 kilometres long. As you climb the steps, you get to see some of the most breathtaking views of the surroundings.

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While the wall was originally built to protect China from invaders from the north, it is one of the most renowned attractions in the world today.

Photo of Taj Mahal, Dharmapuri, Forest Colony, Tajganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India by Priya Pareek

An emblem of love, Taj Mahal was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. The iconic monument is built entirely of white marble and is located in the Indian city of Agra. The construction of the Taj first began in the year 1631, and around 20,000 labourers completed it by 1653.

The Taj Mahal was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 for being the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world's heritage.

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Photo of Christ the Redeemer - Alto da Boa Vista, Rio de Janeiro - State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by Priya Pareek

This 30 metres tall and 28 metres wide art deco statue of Jesus Christ is located at the top of the 700 metre-tall Corcovado mountain. Set in the Tijuca Forest National Park, the statue watches over the city of Rio de Janeiro. The statue was funded almost entirely by donations from Brazilian Catholics and is a symbol of Christianity.

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Photo of Machu Picchu, Peru by Priya Pareek

Perched on a mountain ridge 2,430 metres above sea level, it is one of the world’s most impressive sights. This 15th-century citadel was originally constructed by the Inca emperor Pachacuti. While the legendary location was always a delight to visit, it received global attention only in 1911 when a man named Hiram Bingham made its existence public with the help of the local farmers.

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Photo of Petra, Jordan by Priya Pareek

Carved into the red rocks of Petra, this ancient city in Jordan is a UNESCO world heritage site. The city has temples, tombs, a Roman colonnaded street and a remarkable amphitheatre. The site used to be a hub for Middle Eastern and Asian goods traders.

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Photo of The Great Pyramid of Giza, Al Haram, Nazlet El-Semman, Al Haram, Egypt by Priya Pareek

This is the only remaining survivor of the original Seven Wonders of the World and is also the earth’s oldest tourist attraction. About 2.5 million limestone blocks was used to construct these over 20 years. The pyramids were built between 2589–2566 BCE, and also held the record for the tallest structure in the world made by human hands until construction on the Eiffel Tower in 1889 CE.

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