15 Places to Visit BEFORE You Get Married

15 Places to Visit BEFORE You Get Married

Welcome to ALUX.com! The place where future billionaires come to get inspired. If you haven’t subscribed yet you’re missing out. Hello there, Aluxers, and welcome back to one of our exclusive destination videos. Today we’re going to go over the places you must visit before you get married. Married life can be fun if you have an adventurous partner, yet these places are some that you might want to check out on your own before you say ‘I do.’ The places you’re going to see on this list are full of excitement, wild parties and unforgettable experiences you’ll remember with a smile on your face before you settle down. Traveling is more than a story to tell to your friends; it’s a life-changing experience where you grow and mature as a person, which is why it’s important to explore on your own before you get married. Now, let’s see all those places that can offer just that. This Norwegian capital is one of those destinations in Europe where everyone is saying you must travel to solo and ‘’find yourself.’’ Its beautiful architecture is easy to fall in love with and makes you feel like you’re in a fairytale. Yet, Oslo is also an amazing place for foodies, having 4 restaurants with Michelin stars where you can relax and taste the best of Norway. Even though the prices are a bit higher, you can find spots for traveling on a budget and enjoy Oslo just the same. Bali, Indonesia has it all – it’s a romantic destination for a honeymoon, a peaceful family vacation spot, and an adventurer’s favorite exploration zone. Picturesque forests in mountains, vast rice fields, calm beaches, and coral reefs are all truly a feast for the senses. Whether you’re traveling solo, with friends or your future partner, Bali will prove it’s a paradise for partying, surfing, relaxing on the beach or enjoying exotic foods, while being under the sun and preping for the big day. The second-largest Israeli city, appropriately named the ‘’Mediterranean Capital of Cool’’ by the New York Times, is one of the most vivacious, colorful cities you’ll find. With a classy and wild nightlife, Avant-garde cultural scene, exotic food, and magnificent landmarks, Tel Aviv proves it’s a cool city. This luxurious city can offer the most when you’re traveling with friends and are ready to experience new things, from amazing museums in Jaffa Old City to the world-class partying scene and astonishing architecture. Take part in the Tel Aviv street art tour, indulge in delicious street food, and make memories you will remember forever. Big Sur, California, situated near San Francisco, has a lot to offer for solo travelers looking for some adventurous time by themselves. You can take your gear and head to the Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park or the McWay Waterfall for some hiking and to take in the mesmerizing view over the Big Sur. After that, you can treat yourself and head straight to a spa where you can enjoy the laid-back atmosphere before watching the stunning sunset alongside the Pacific Ocean and waiting for the stargazing session you’ll never forget. In the small country of tulips, beautiful art and canals—the Netherlands—lies the great and fascinating city of Amsterdam. Whether you’re single or a bachelor, Amsterdam is inviting you to explore it with every corner and every lovely bridge over the canal. This is a city that can meet every taste, with amazing hidden gems and magnificent museums such as the Rijks Museum and the Van Gogh Museum for art enthusiasts, a lavish party scene for those willing to indulge their senses and laid-back local cafes arranged along the lively streets of Amsterdam. Melbourne, Australia is a perfect destination to visit before the big day comes, since it’s endlessly exciting, safe to wander the streets and full of remarkable magic. Pay close attention to Melbourne’s walls since they’re covered in fascinating murals and other forms of street art that’ll leave you in awe. Dynamic, stylish, hip, vivacious—Melbourne is an amazing city where you can go canoeing in the Yarra River and visit the Dandenong Ranges, Luna Park and the Eureka Tower for the full Melbourne experience. Bangkok is where tradition meets modern, relaxation meets adventure and big meets bigger. This Thai capital is full of dazzling skyscrapers, lavish street markets, gigantic Buddhist temples and lots of friendly people. Try a plate of spicy and traditional Pad Thai at the Weekend Market and then explore the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha for some serene atmosphere and wonderful history lessons. Along with that, make sure you party in some of Thai’s famous lively bars and let yourself go. Goa has been gaining popularity as the best female solo travel destination, and you can see why it’s become the favorite. Of course, it is suitable for all types of travelers regardless of their gender. Goa has idyllic beaches perfect for sunbathing far from the overcrowded shores of India. The list of beautiful beaches includes Anjuna Beach, Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, and many others, while the best spots for exploration include the Basilica of Bom Jesus and the Dudhsagar Falls. Make sure to enjoy Goa while lying on the beach while the beautiful sunsets fill the sky with vivid red flames mirrored on the sea. When you think of Berlin, you might imagine an alluring blend of glamour, style, and entertainment. Berlin has never disappointed its visitors with its chic restaurants, rooftop bars, and underground clubbing scene. For the history buffs, Berlin can offer an amazing set of landmarks that leaves no visitor unsatisfied from the Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island, and the remains of the Berlin Wall to Alexanderplatz Tower. Berlin opened its doors to immigrants from all around the world, which gave the city its world-famous diversity-friendly atmosphere, only adding to the metropolitan feel of this great city. Some visitors have described Seoul as a magnetic city that leaves you wanting more. The experts have proved them right since Seoul is included in many lists of must-visit cities to experience before settling down. With an astonishing skyline, Seoul has some of the most magnificent skyscrapers you can see in the region of Southeast Asia. One of the favorite things to do while in Seoul is witnessing the skyline of the city from the North Seoul Tower, a breathtaking view that’s going to leave you wanting to come back. Each time you visit it, you feel like there is so much more to experience because the city is developing every day, technologically and architecturally. Big cities such as London certainly have a special charm to them. Whether you’re traveling with friends or by yourself, you could easily get lost in the crowd without feeling worried about where to go or what to do. This city of Harry Potter truly has a glimpse of magic in it, the breathtaking view you see when you are on the top of the London Eye, hearing the chimes of Big Ben, and soaking up the fascinating history and culture in London museums. Its famous architecture and busy streets with packed street food stands and traditional pubs will provide you a true representation of what modern Europe is all about. Miami, Florida, is one of those destinations that deserve to be on every bachelor and bachelorette’s vacation list. The carefree life of Miami is tempting for every single person out there, with beaches full of friendly people, an amazing clubbing scene, and casual beach restaurants only a few footsteps away from the astonishing waves. The fact that you can randomly see many celebrities enjoying their life without a care in the world proves Miami is the place to be. This city has a spirit of the very exclusive and luxurious yet maintains a very laid-back atmosphere. Home to the amazing Rio Carnival, Rio de Janeiro is one of the most exciting cities to visit before marriage. This world-famous party destination is indeed one of the most fabulous cities you should visit when you’re looking for some casual fun. It’s packed with bars and clubs, but it’s also packed with fantastic cultural landmarks and attractions you’ll never forget. Starting with the famous Christ the Redeemer statue, Sugarloaf Mountain, and Ipanema, you can see that this Brazilian city has much more to offer in addition to partying and dancing to samba. It’s a place you go to let yourself go. If you want to throw the most memorable bachelor or bachelorette party ever, then Ibiza is your destination of choice. The Ibiza lifestyle means you party until the sunrise, and the next day you repeat it all over again. It’s famous across Europe as the ultimate party destination, but Ibiza also offers stunning beaches as well as the UNESCO designated old town that will leave you speechless. Nightclubs, restaurants, beaches, shops, parks—Ibiza has it all. However, the thing that makes all those things special is that they are located in Ibiza, the true jewel of Spain. Finally, we’ve reached number one on our list, and you’ll soon understand why we think this place deserves to be ranked above all the others. Las Vegas, the city of entertainment, the city that never sleeps, more commonly known as the ‘’Sin City.’’ This neon-lit city in the middle of the Nevada Desert is the number one spot you have to visit before you get married, even though the city is famous for crazy style weddings. Home to some of the world-famous casinos such as Cesar’s Palace, Flamingo, and the Excalibur, Las Vegas certainly is all about enjoying yourself and leaving all your worries behind. The crown of the most hedonist city definitely goes to Las Vegas, as it is impossible not to find something to enjoy in this city of vice. So, there you have it Aluxers, 15 places to visit before you get married. Take a look through the list and let us know which one speaks to you. Let us know in the comments below. And of course, for sticking with us until the end, here’s your bonus! It has been found that a bachelor party as we know it today dates back to the 5th century BC Sparta, where men would celebrate the groom’s good fortune one night before the wedding while organizing a huge feast for all the men in the groom’s life. Thank you for spending some time with us Aluxers. Make sure to like and subscribe so you never miss another video. We also handpicked these videos which we recommend you watch next. 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26 thoughts on “15 Places to Visit BEFORE You Get Married

  1. Hello Aluxers! Before settling down would you need the crazy nightlife or would you want some introspection and meditation?
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  2. personal growth through visiting priviliged party areas? yeah, sure, you guys are narcissistic, greedy infant-scumbags in grownup bodys. you guys of alux are a bunch of really nasty a**holes

  3. If you live in the West and have money, don’t get married. Divorce courts favor women and you’ll lose your assets and kids.

  4. Could've changed the title to "15 places to visit before you die" and it would've been the same difference. Marriage is for guys who are suckers.

  5. In my case, 15 places to visit again with 15 different unwesternized foriegn steaming hot women in their early 20's who are more than willing to share you after you've retired in your 50's in Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, or Latin America.


  6. About Bali.

    Not sure if it's changed over the last few years, but Bali was a place where the lower class Australians from Western Australia would holiday because flights were under $100AUD and beer was cheap.

    I have heard from others that the locals were very friendly and the place was beautiful, but make sure there are no bogans getting on the piss nearby.

  7. Introspection and meditation, I’ve done enough partying to last me and 3 other ppls lifetime lol

  8. one thing i don't understand – there are sooo many videos and pictures of tel aviv on the internet… but that tel aviv street at night video you put there, dear ALUX, is not from tel aviv. the language on the signs there is not hebrew, and the cars have license numbers that are not israeli. i like your channel very much, but this is not professional.

  9. 15 places to get stressed and overwhelmed by the hoards of people living there. Can you make a video that's more suited to the people who prefer quieter destinations? XD

  10. Really so fantastic,I have enjoyed much the video,I hope one day I will visit all those places and appreciate the beauty of the Earth.

  11. I have visited most of the places ? I have done the crazy nightlife, I’d rather have some introspection & meditation, get absolute ready for the big day 🙂

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