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Escape the World: Three of the World’s Top Luxury Getaway Locations

Do you sometimes have the urge to get away from it all and soak up the lovely features of a gorgeous location? Travelling can be one the most rewarding gifts you can give yourself in order to recharge your batteries, nurture your inner free spirit or indulge yourself on geographical delights.

Here is a list of the world’s top three luxury getaway locations in no particular order, based on location, dining, and other delectable offers.

1. Monaco.

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Monaco may be considered a speck in the map as it is considered the second smallest independent state in the world to the Vatican City. A sovereign city-state spanning 485 acres with a rugged coastline that stretches for roughly 2.5 miles, it has purportedly the highest number of millionaires per square meter than any other country in the world. Next to Las Vegas and Macau, Monaco has a long history of living solely off casinos, with the Grand Casino as one of its most celebrated attractions. The architectural landscape boasts of the Prince’s Place, the Opera House, museums and art galleries such as the National Museum and the Marlborough Fine Art Gallery to satisfy even the most discriminating art aficionados. Prime tourist attractions are the Monaco Grand Prix and the Monaco Rally where the famous Formula 1 is held. Bordering the French Riviera in Western Europe, Monaco is an endearing and beguiling little jewel of a country.

2. The Maldive Islands.

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Known for its natural and picturesque beauty, Maldives holds the three key ingredients to a successful tourist experience: sand, sea, and sun. The islands serve as an exotic location for a variety of water activities such as scuba diving, water skiing, snorkeling, windsurfing, fishing, and swimming that make for a fun-filled vacation. Also known as the Maldive Islands, it belongs to the very elite group of the world’s most exotic spots, white, powdery beaches, stunning resorts and coral islands, and crystal clear water lagoons. The Vabbinfaru Island Beach, Fun Island Beach, Mirihi Island Beach, Nalaguraidhoo Island Beach, and Bandos Island Beach are just five of the most popular beaches here.

After indulging yourself in the luxurious sand, you may want to explore the famous and important landmarks. The Grand Friday Mosque otherwise known as Masjid-al-Sultan Muhammad Thakurufaanu Al Auzam is the biggest structure of its kind, located in a complex called the Islamic Centre, where the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, a conference hall, and a library are also housed accommodating almost 5000 people. The Muliaage served as the official residence of Maldives’ past presidents, built almost a century ago with enough rooms for more than 5000 people, playing host to dignitaries such as former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Queen Elizabeth II. A trip to this luxurious and magical place guarantees an exhilarating adventure that is incomparable and awe-inspiring.

3. Caribbean.

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The Caribbean is a region that is surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, outlying coasts and islands. From glorious palm-fringed beaches to high-end resorts that make you forget all of the stresses in life, the excellent weather serves as a perfect backdrop to worthwhile activities such as sailing, scuba diving, kayaking, tennis, horse riding and golf. A comfortable home to 365 beaches, all of which are open to the public, some hotels are located away from the main tourist areas, so you will pretty much have the sand to yourself. Day or night, the region is renowned for checking out beautiful baroque architectural designs and indulging in a spot of retail therapy. The City of St. John is one of the biggest in the island, and the region itself sits along the line of several major shipping routes.

Which of the top three would you eventually like to make a trip to see?