7 Best Tourist Destination of the World Free
Free to walk the street who does not want not, certainly if we are traveling abroad it is always a cost that is large enough, but you can reduce those costs there is also the best tourist attractions in the world that you can enjoy for free. Here is the world’s seven best tourist destinations for free.
1. Houses of Parliament, London
London parliament building located in the castle Westminster, which is also home to the big clock “Big Ben” is a building with a neo-gothic style of the mid-19th century. You can see the parliamentary session in this building for free.
2. Outdoor Art, Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires has a street full of art from artists such as La Boca, Caminiti, and Calle Lanin. Arts is reflected in the walls of buildings throughout the city.
3. St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican
St. Peter’s Basilica is a Catholic major basilica in Vatican City, surrounded by Rome. The building is described as the largest church ever built (covering an area of 23,000 square meters and has a capacity of more than 60,000) and one of the holiest sites Christians.
Construction of the basilica began in 1506 and completed in 1626. The church was built by the legendary world-class artists such as Michelangelo, Raphael, Bramante, and much more.
4. Smithsonian Museum, Washington DC, United States
This museum is the largest museum in the world that consists of 19 museums and seven research centers. The museum has a collection of at least 142 million objects, which are in the museum complex, such as aerospace museum, museum of american history, national history museum, natural history museum, and much more.
5. Notre Dame, Paris
Notre Dame, is a Gothic architecture cathedral to the east of ÃŽle de la CitÃ©, Paris, France, with the main entrance on the west. In addition to tourist destinations, this church is still used to place the mass and the Archbishop of Paris. Notre Dame de Paris is considered the best examples of French gothic architecture.
6. Grand Bazaar, Istanbul
Grand Bazaar is the world’s largest market, which opened in 1461. The market opened on 58 roads, with more than 4,000 shops. Grand Bazaar is a place worth a visit in Istanbul, which sells a wide variety, ranging from clothes, food, crafts unique to Turkey.
7. Mosque of Hassan II, Morocco
Hassan II Mosque is the second largest mosque in the world. 210-meter-high minaret known as the highest minaret in the world. The mosque has a capacity of 25 thousand people was built in just six years, from 1980 and designed by the architect of French nationality, Michel Pinseau.
Hassan II Mosque is situated on a promontory overlooking the Atlantic Ocean directly. Special, part mosque floors are made of glass so that the Muslims who worship or bow down to view the content of the sea. Non-Muslim tourists can visit this mosque for free, but must go with a tour guide.