I am a sucker for interesting views of cities and towns I visit. From atop observatories and castles and hills, cities look like lego sets, with toy houses, little specks of people and moving wagons in the backdrop of sun and the clouds. From other places, it is fascinating to catch the fast pace of the city, from ferries and trains and coastlines.
These are some of my favourites:
Prague: A quaint little town with red rooftops and a greenish castle amidst it from atop Petrin hill's observatory tower
Sydney: The view from inside the Sydney Opera House onto the Bay
Ljubljana: A quaint little village, idyllic in every sense of the word, as viewed from the Predjama castle
Hong Kong: New Year's Eve, from the Star Ferry, onto Hong Kong CBD
Bosnia and Herzegovina: While traveling by bus from Split to Dubrovnik in Croatia, the roads pass through a small patch of Bosnia in between (with passport check points included)
Dubai: The very famed musical fountain inside the Dubai Mall, where one can lose many hours without spending any money
Macau: A busy street filled with holiday shoppers on New Year's
Udaipur: The entire City Palace, as viewed from Lake Pichola
Mumbai: My most fav, Mumbai during monsoons
Mumbai: Gateway of India, viewed from the top floors of the Taj Mahal hotel
P. S. This post is the twenty second in the A-Z blogging challenge series for April.