A famous Europe`s airline company RyanAir just released an interesting list of “7 Wonders of the World” the ultimate guide for their passengers in 2019.
“With a deep sense of FOMO taking over the planet thanks to Insta-influencers and their envy-inducing travel pics, we’ve decided to take matters in to our own hands, creating the ultimate globe trotter bucket list for you. Hop on a plane, leave your troubles behind you and go on the adventure of a lifetime chasing Ryanair’s top destinations – don’t forget to tag us!”, they write.
Plitvice came in sixth on the list in the company of Petra, Temple of Olympian Zeus, Colosseum, Dead Sea, La Sagrada Familia and Lagoa do Fogo.
“Originating in Croatia’s first ever national park, the chain of 16 terraced turquoise lakes wind through the middle of the country about 130 kilometres from Zagreb. The water bodies were formed as a result of tufa formation and are joined by multiple waterfalls that extend into a limestone canyon. Stuffed between the mountainous regions Mala Kapela and Licka Pljesivica, the oldest and largest park in the country is primarily covered in lush green with the lakes only covering one percent of the 295 square kilometres. Divided into upper and lower lakes, the pools of water end in an immaculate waterfall of Sastavci with the Korana River running along the bottom of the falls. Open to visitors all year round, the lakes are a ‘see it to believe it’ kind of experience and truly one of a kind. Visit during summer and bask in the sun glistening off the colour-rich water while you hike along one of the park’s four trails.”