Travel 7 WONDERS
  • Statue of Christ the Redeemer

    Travel to Rio de Janeiro for great food and to visit Christ the Redeemer, the statue that was created with the purpose of spreading peace and love among mankind.

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  • The Taj Mahal Palace

    The construction of the Taj Mahal is the echo of one of the greatest love stories.

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  • Cultural Tourism in the Roman Coliseum

    From exotic beasts that devoured men to gladiators that fought each other to death, the history of the Colosseum was written in blood.

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  • The Ancient City of Petra

    Petra “The City of Stone” is also known as the Eighth Wonder of the World. Discover why.

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  • Machu Picchu Archaeological Site

    The inhabitants of Machu Picchu abandoned the city to prevent it from ever being discovered. Now you can visit it and marvel at its beauty.

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  • Top 3 Attractions in Rio de Janeiro

    Follow this tourist route and discover the top 3 attractions in Rio de Janeiro, which includes visiting one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World and traveling on the same cable car James Bond rode.

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  • Chichen Itza, One of the New 7 Wonders of the World

    Chichen Itza is one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, visit it and learn more about the most famous Mayan city in the World and the second most visited archeological site in Mexico.

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  • Buy Your Tickets in Advance

    As in many touristic places, you can purchase your tickets for the Coliseum in advance and avoid long lines at the ticket office.

  • Learn and Avoid Queuing

    Take a guided tour in the Coliseum. Your visit will be scheduled so you won’t have to queue while getting the chance to learn a lot about this monument.

  • Plan Your Visit

    Reserve at least three hours for your visit to the Coliseum.

  • The Construction of the Coliseum

    In order to build the Coliseum, the Romans had to empty an ancient lake. The construction was financed with the money got from conquering Jerusalem and from selling slaves.

  • Coliseum Visitants

    The Coliseum receives 6 million visitors every year. What are you waiting for?

  • Surprising Reconstructions

    In the Coliseum they used to recreate natural landscapes or “sylvae”, simulating forests. They’d also add animals to create ambiance.