Getting Away


Welcome to our fourth #SightSeeingSunday page. Every week we share a photo from around the world! So check back often to see our #SightSeeingSunday photos! Where we are travelling from the comfort of our home.

Landwasser Viaduct, Switzerland

A breathtaking aerial view of a train passing through the Landwasser Viaduct in Switzerland is this week’s #SightSeeingSunday picture. Built in 1902, the Landwasser Viaduct is a single six-arched curved limestone railway viaduct that spans the Landwasser, a river, between Schimitten and Filisur. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and offers spectacular views to those who traverse it.

Wishing you a fantastic Sunday!

Victoria, British Columbia

The scenic and charming Butchart Garden in Victoria, British Columbia, is featured in our #SightSeeingSunday photo of the week. Pictured here is the ladder in the Sunken Garden.

Have a great Sunday!

Chiriqui Province, Panama

The incomparable beauty of the Chiriqui province in Panama is featured in our #SightSeeingSunday photo this week. A popular tourist destination, Chiriqui is home to beaches, scenic mountains and Panama’s only volcano, Volcan Baru.

Have a lovely Sunday!

Hungary, Budapest

Hungary’s parliament glistens at night in our #SightSeeingSunday picture of the week. Located in the capital city of Budapest, the Hungarian parliament building was built in 1902 and, since then, has attracted hundreds of tourists.

Have a good Sunday!

Portbradden, Northern Ireland

Tucked away by the Irish Sea, pictured in our #SightSeeingSunday image of the week, is this tiny hamlet of Portbradden in Northern Ireland. The village resides in County Antrim, one of Northern Ireland’s six counties, known for its unique landscapes.

Have a fantastic Sunday!

Istanbul, Turkey

This week, the mid-19th century Ortakoy Mosque stands tall under a cotton candy sunrise sky in our #SightSeeingSunday picture. The Ortakoy Mosque, located in Istanbul, Turkey, is located near the Bosphorus Bridge and offers stunning views of the Bosphorus Strait.

Have a happy Sunday!

Ottawa, Canada

Canada’s capital comes alive in the spring in our #SightSeeingSunday picture of the week. This breathtaking image was taken during the annual Canadian Tulip Festival, a symbol of the relationship between the Netherlands and Canada solidified after the Second World War. Said to be one of the largest Tulip Festivals in the world, Ottawa is coloured with more than 300,000 tulips. This year’s festival runs from May 12 -22.

Have a colourful Sunday!

Venice, Italy

Life slowly awakens in the ancient city of Venice, Italy, in our #SightSeeingSunday picture of the week. Built on 100 small islands, this rustic city has no roads, with residents and tourists alike having to travel on canals.

Have a great Sunday!

Kilt Rock Waterfall, Isle of Skye in Scotland

An amazing aerial view depicts the unbelievable Kilt Rock Waterfall cascading over seaside cliffs in our #SightSeeingSunday picture of the week. The Kilt Rock Waterfall is located on the picturesque Isle of Skye in Scotland.

Have a happy Sunday!

Zaanstad, The Netherlands

Spring has sprung! Vibrant tulips pave the way to a traditional Dutch windmill near the village of Zaanstad, The Netherlands, in our #SightSeeingSunday picture of the week. Situated just north of Amsterdam, Zaanstad is part of the greater metropolitan area of Amsterdam.

Have a blessed Sunday!

Paris, France

Just when you thought it couldn’t get more enchanting, the dimly lit stairs of the Montmarte district in Paris, France, become even more magical in the dusk in our #SightSeeingSunday photo. The Montmarte district whisks visitors back to the 19th century with its cobbled streets, Basilica, artists, and cafes.

Have a happy Sunday!

Village of Ehrwald, Austria

This week’s #SightSeeingSunday picture features the Village of Ehrwald. The village is nestled at the foothills of Austria’s beautiful Mieminger Kette mountain range. The Alps are the highest and most extensive mountain range in Europe.

Have a blessed Sunday!

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