Almost every country in the world is lovely. Some country is a little more and a slightly less. We will discuss the top 10 beautiful country globally.
Top 10 beautiful country in Nature
Every country has its wonders and gorgeous landscapes. Still, these 10 are endowed with a rare combination of extraordinary natural beauty and artificial wonders that augment their territory with everything from attractive cities to timeless towns, majestic parks, and pristine countryside. They are nations with a wide range of views and a wealth of inspiration from man and nature.
The world’s most beautiful country, the most inspirational cultural treasures, and breathtaking scenery: nowhere else on the planet will you find such a concentration of beauty.
There’s Venice, Florence, and Rome, with their diverse architecture, and Tuscany, with its rolling hills, vineyards, and snow-capped mountains.
Then there’s the beautiful nature picture of the Amalfi Coast or Lake Maggiore and the Alps, and you get the impression that no nation on the planet gives as much beauty everywhere you turn as Italy.
The most familiar picture of Spain is the gross overdevelopment of the Costa del Sol or the shoreline of parts of the Balearic Islands, but Spain is so much more.
It is possibly the world’s most beautiful country, from white Mediterranean villages to modern metropolitan hubs. There is no city with a stronger identity than Barcelona, and Spain, from the Pyrenees to Andalusia, could serve as the setting for any form of film, book, or art.
It’s also the world’s most beautiful country, with love for enjoying the good life mirrored on large plazas in even the smallest cities, well-preserved ancient centers, and the tiniest of hilltop villages.
To top it all off, the Alhambra and the Great Mosque of Cordoba are among the world’s most pleasing, most potent, most matchless architectural marvels.
Paris emits the most beautiful country of cultural grandeur, but France has so much more to offer while the city receives all attention.
Villages brimming with Old World charm may be found all across the nation, from the majestic Loire Valley to green Provence.
Then there’s the gorgeous Riviera, where you may visit the world’s most fabulous palace (Versailles) and museum (the Louvre).
However, France is a beautiful country of world-class living, with outdoor cafés, magnificently maintained cities, and wine-producing areas like Bordeaux and Champagne.
If that isn’t enough, behold the majesty of Mont St. Michel, the various chateaux scattered around the region, and the breathtaking Chamonix valley view.
Australia is more than a country; it is a continent and even more. From the Outback and the world-renowned Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, it’s its universe to the Kakadu National Park. Indeed, Australia’s wild parks and diverse landscapes make it extraordinary, from the Mornington Peninsula National Park facing the open sea to the Great Barrier Reef, one of the world’s natural wonders, to the unspoiled tropical Whitsunday Islands.
Still, then there’s Sydney and its harbor, one of the most beautiful and iconic urban areas. Australia has it all, and it’s everything worth seeing before or after a trip along the Great Ocean Road.
Mykonos beaches, and the Greek islands of the Aegean Sea in general, are world-famous for a reason: they’re among the most beautiful in the world.
They are the initial pictures of the nation, although there is also Mt. Olympus, Meteora, and ancient ruins across the country.
While Athens may disappoint those seeking artistic inspiration, Greece is a place that genuinely fulfills all of the senses, and it’s easy to see how the concept of so many gods arose here.
Portugal would be on our list just for the purely natural beauties of the volcanic Azores. Then there’s Madeira, with its “floating garden,” the mainland’s dramatic coastline and mystical capes, the serene plains of the Alentejo region and its capital Évora, the stunningly-sited medieval villages of Marvo, Monsaraz, and videos, the Peneda-Gerês National Park, the spectacular waves of Nazaré and Ericeira, and the perfect collaboration of man and nature in Sintra and the verdant Douro Valley.
And the picturesque grandeur and stately riverbank settings of the two greatest cities, Lisbon and Porto, are difficult to surpass.
Everything is on a bit of scale, but when you add it all together, it’s incredible how much unique beauty fits in such a tiny nation that seems to be a favorite of the sun.
It boasts the ugliest cities in the industrialized world, linked by shopping mall highways with fast food outlets, auto lots, billboards, cheap motels, and lifeless suburbs (with inhabitants experiencing the American nightmare).
The Hawaiian Islands, the epic magnitude of the Grand Canyon, the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe, California’s Big Sur, Alaska’s animals, the spectacular landscape of Monument Valley or Yellowstone, Yosemite, and the other major national parks, and the forestland of the Great Smoky Mountains.
The list of natural treasures seemed to go on indefinitely, and then there’s San Francisco to save the country with its gift of beauty in an urban context.
Brazil boasts one of the most beautiful cities globally (Rio de Janeiro). And the ugliest (Sao Paulo), but it is blessed by nature. The Amazon is unmatched, hard to comprehend its enormity.
The horseshoe-shaped falls of Iguaçu, usually accompanied by a rainbow, are one of the world’s most stunning vistas.
The northeast’s colonial baroque architecture, with its golden interiors and unique traditions, gives it one of the world’s most soulful atmospheres.
If the country’s other major cities weren’t so bland (Brasilia, Belo Horizonte, Curitiba, Fortaleza, Manaus, and so on), Brazil would rank higher on this list.
AFRICAN SOUTH AFRICA
Cape Town is one of the world’s most beautiful cities (it ranks 11th on our list), and visiting the Kruger National Park is one of the most unforgettable experiences anybody can have.
South Africa’s landscapes range from the Blyde River Canyon to the Drakensberg Mountains.
With all of that, it’s almost easy to forget that it’s also a country with issues and a capital city to avoid, but escape to the Cape and take your camera to capture everything in between. You’ll be relishing one of the world’s most awe-inspiring areas.
Germany, maybe the world’s most beautiful country, Germany is a land of fairytales and architectural gems.
They aren’t often found in the major cities (Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, or Cologne are more bustling than beautiful), but Munich has its attractions.
In contrast, smaller cities like Dresden, Leipzig, and Potsdam have been maintained or restored to fantasy eye delight.
However, the real fairytale Germany can be found all along Bavaria’s Romantic Road, with its plethora of incredible castles, in the Alps’ stunning lakes and mountains, in the Rhine’s wonderful valley with its vineyards, or the charming Black Forest.
When you start touring the nation, you’ll discover a place full of surprises, from the university city of Heidelberg to ancient Bremen or Bamberg to the well preserved medieval villages of Regensburg and Rothenburg.