5 Tourist Spots With Secret Vantage Points

Have you experienced visiting a dream destination only to find that the spot is packed with tourists it was impossible to get a good picture? Well, you’re in for a treat. We found out that there are secret vantage points not far from some of the world’s most popular tourist sites.

  1. St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome

While you won’t be able to marvel at Michaelangelo’s handiwork, the Knights of Malta Keyhole on Aventine Hill perfectly frames the famous Renaissance church.

  1. Wat Arun – Bangkok, Thailand

Wat Arun is a must-visit in Bangkok, but it can be a pain to get to. Booking a table at The Deck restaurant gives you a breathtaking view of the temple, without the crowds.

  1. Acropolis – Athens, Greece

One of the best spots to admire Acropolis is totally free. If you climb up the nearby Filopappou Hill you get a great view that gives you a full shot of the ruins.

  1. Berlin Wall – Berlin, Germany

If you’re tired of dealing with the crowds at the East Side Gallery, the Invalids’ Cemetery features a decrepit, lesser-known piece of the famous wall between East and West.

  1. Christ the Redeemer – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Well, this isn’t necessarily a secret spot, but travel experts believe a $150 chopper ride is the only way to truly get a sense of the scale of Christ the Redeemer.

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