Music plays a part in most people’s travel experiences regardless if they are aware of it or not. It could weave itself into moments and may sometimes get unnoticed. But for music lovers, there is nothing quite like having the best of both the pleasures of music and travel. And there are places that offer the sublime experience of both at the same time. Here’s just a few of them and the reasons why you need to visit – apart from the music.
Just taking a walk in the streets of Havana can turn into a delightful musical experience. You could stumble upon a Latin jazz or rumba music performer. Or you can hear the sounds of music out of nowhere, like a trail crumb to follow. But apart from the vibrant music scene, you will find plenty of interesting sights and things to do. Not to mention one of the world’s must-try coffees.
Home to John, Paul, George and Ringo, Liverpool is one of the music cities in the world on many music lover’s bucket list. Beatlemaniac or not, you will find that a trip to the city offers a fascinating glimpse into the origins of the world-renowned and much-revered English rock band. Beatleweek and all The Beatles-themed attractions aside, Liverpool boasts of beautiful architecture and delightful food scene begging to be explored.
London has long been a musical hub drawing musicians and artists from all around UK and the world. It is also home to numerous music venues including traditional pubs and concert halls where you can catch a great performance at any time. And with all its world-famous sights and attractions, the city offers a travel experience quite no other.
New York City, USA
New York City is brimming with musical attractions. And no visit to the city will leave you untouched by the music scene that forms part of its diverse attractions. From iconic Broadway shows to its many must-see sights and things to do, the city is one place you would not mind getting lost into.