It has been scientifically proven that travelling improves creativity of a person. The human brain has the ability known as neuroplasticity which adapts to the changes in environment and thereafter advances the cognitive ability of the brain towards creativity.
Why vintage destinations?
They say, “The new is always better.” But I say, “The old is classic and classic is timeless.” The new may always speak of trend but it goes out of style after a while whereas the classic stays in trend at all times.
With the advent of technological advancements in the world today, it is undeniable that travelling across nations has become normal. What used to be a privilege for the rich and famous has become a normal past time for most people. It may be wonderful to discover new wonders in some places however; nothing beats the touch of classics in our hearts.
Getting to travel and see vintage destinations is like taking a walk back to the old times when these places are the talk of the town. It gives us the appreciation of classic places which paved way to the birth of other destinations. It brings us back to the old days where the definition of beauty is pure and untouched.
Top 5 Vintage Destinations Recommended for You
- Route 66 – Established in November 1926, US Route 66 is one of the famous highways in the United States starring in a television show entitled “Route 66”. It starts from Chicago to California traversing 6 other states of the US. Due to its popularity, the establishments built along the high way has continued to boom. Although changes and realignments have been introduced, the name is still recognized by the people and even moved for its revival by designating it as Historic Route 66.
- California Disneyland –It is the first ever Disneyland envisioned by Walt Disney himself. In 1955, the Disneyland Park opened its doors as a theme park constructed in 1953 to 1954. Over the years, it has undergone renovations and additions including the creation of Disneyland Hotel and Disneyland Park. Today, it is composed of eight parks with different themes with a new one to join the addition in 2019 – Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. There are many franchise of Disneyland all over the world catering to people of all but nothing beats the happiness of the original.
- Yellowstone National Park – It is 3,500 square miles park located in Wyoming Montana and Idaho. It is considered the oldest national park not just in the United States but also in the whole world. It houses different species of mammals, birds and fishes and home to wide grassland and vast forests as well as water resources. Yellowstone National Park is also ideal for different activities such as camping, hiking and sightseeing. Even until today, the park is still remarkable for its natural and breathtaking beauty since 1871.
- Niagara Falls – It is a communal name of three waterfalls situated in the border of Canada and New York. The falls is a famous spot for tourists and photographers for the majestic splendor waiting to be captured by their cameras. In fact, Hollywood movies feature the breathtaking view of the falls including the Pirates of the Caribbean: The World’s End in 2006. It is also a classic choice for newlyweds who enjoy the Maid of the Mist boat cruise which is the oldest attraction in the falls. More than the aesthetics, Niagara Falls has commercial benefits for being a good source of hydroelectric power.
- Grand Canyon – This wonderful destination is a result of cleft brought by the erosive activity and weathering of the Colorado River. Though not the biggest in the world, the Grand Canyon stretches up to 277 miles long and 18 miles wide. The canyon house attractions such as the Grand Canyon National Park, Navajo Nation and Grand Canyon- Parashant National Museum. On top of the awe that this Canyon offers, the place is also rich in culture and history of Native American tribes. Visitors can do sightseeing activities, skydiving, hiking and helicopter tours within the area.
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