1. Split – Croatia
True Trips Best Spot: Marjan Hill
Location: Situated on a peninsula that extends from Marmont Street toward the west of Split, Marjan Hill offers beautiful panoramic views to the Old Town and the sea! Often referred to as the ‘lungs of the city’, because of its extraordinary blend of macchia and Mediterranean flora, Marjan Hill was declared a National Park in 1964.
True Trips Best Spot: The Grand Canal
Why: Because taking a gondola ride along the Grand Canal and watching the moon as it sheds its light on the Venetian baroque buildings will definitely be one of the best travel moments you’ve ever had!
Location: The most famous ancient waterway in the world, the Grand Canal is a 3800 meters long canal that snakes through the city of Venice in a large S shape, from the San Marco Basilica to the Santa Lucia rail station.
True Trips Best Spot: The Akrotiri Lighthouse
Why: You’ll be amazed by the way the moon reflects on the tranquil sea below the lighthouse creating a picture-perfect panorama.
Location: On the island’s southern peninsula, the lighthouse was built in 1892 making it one of the oldest and most beautiful lighthouses in Greece. It stands on the edge of a steep cliff right above the sea and serves as the perfect backdrop for blissful romantic moments.
True Trips Best Spot: Es Vedra Rock
Why: Even though Es Vedra isn't easy to get to, when you reach this stunning spot you’ll be left speechless by its magical vibe and tremendous beauty let alone the magnificent views of the full moon shinning above you!
Location: Located on the southwest coast of Ibiza, Es Vedra is considered to be the third most magnetic spot on earth (after the North Pole and the Bermuda Triangle.) The Es Vedra rock is shrouded with myths and legends and will definitely leave a lasting impression on your imagination.
True Trips Best Spot: Esplanade du Trocadero
Why: If you’re visiting Paris during the August full moon, head to the Esplanade du Trocadero in front of Palais de Chaillot. From there you’ll be able to admire the most spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower with the August full moon as your backdrop.
Location: The Palais de Chaillot is a 16th century building located in Paris’ Place du Trocadero. It was built for the 1937 Universal Exhibition and its two neo-classical wings are separated by a terrace leading to the Jardins du Trocadero.