magical tourist attractions that we must see at night (part 3)
When you travel, it is better to get up early and start your day earlier so that you can make the most of it. But also save some energy for the night. At night, when the streets, buildings and monuments are illuminated, they create a different scene that will create a magical experience for you. There is nothing better than seeing the famous places of the world in the background of the moonlit starry sky. In this article, we introduce magical places to visit at night.
Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur
The Petronas Towers in Malaysia are like the Eiffel Tower in France. Apart from the height of the towers, the most striking feature about them is seeing them at night. In almost all tourist guides it is recommended not to go to the top of the towers because at the high height of the towers themselves, you can no longer see their beauty and grandeur! It is best to go to KL (one of the tallest telecommunication towers in the world) and from there watch and admire the famous and illuminated towers of Petronas.
Alcala Gate, Madrid, Spain
Porta de Alcala is located in the famous Petro Park. This gate is one of the most important parts of the Spanish capital and the symbol of this city, and it was one of the five doors that were used as the entrance door to Madrid. This gate is the starting point for visiting other important monuments such as the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
Great Wall of China, Beijing, China
Of course, the Great Wall of China is beautiful both at night and during the day; But if we have to choose a photo, we choose the one that is recorded under the moonlight. The wall, which is more than 20,000 kilometers long, took several centuries to build and is said to be the world’s largest cemetery, as more than 10,000 workers lost their lives building it.
Moscow Red Square, Russia
St. Basil’s Cathedral is an Orthodox shrine on Red Square in Moscow that creates spectacular views at night. Napoleon Bonaparte used this cathedral with nine small chapels around it as stables. According to legend, the dreaded porch (which was commissioned by the cathedral) blinded the architect after the church was finished so that he could never re-create a church-like structure.