Where Would You Go if You Won Big on the Lottery? Luxury Destinations in India and Beyond

In the modern day, the vast array of potential holiday destinations that are on offer has never been greater.
As more and more prospective visitors are looking to broaden their horizons away from traditional holiday destinations, there are numerous breathtaking locations available to visit across the globe.

With continents such as Asia, Europe and South America being the home of some of the world’s most iconic destinations, we will highlight several of the must-see locations if you were fortunate enough to win big on the lottery.

Despite the odds being against you when entering the lottery, there are a number of useful tips that should be remembered in order to avoid making some common mistakes. In order to give yourself the very best chance of winning, learning the odds of different games can make a huge difference as there can be some promising odds on games outside of the big tier one prizes. Crucially, studying your approach and expanding your horizons to consider extra games are a few of the ways of ensuring a greater chance of winning the jackpot. Perhaps most importantly, however, you should never lose hope.


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Although not one of the more commonly known destinations, the Phuyupatamarca is a stunning archaeological location which is located in the mountains of Peru. The ruins, which are generally referred to as the city among the clouds, stand over 3,600 metres above sea level and offers picturesque views of the Urubamba Valley.

Along with the views that are available, Phuyupatamarca provides an insight into the history of Peru as the ruins comprise of numerous pieces of historical architecture which were formerly the home to some of the country’s most important religious figures. Furthermore, with the landmark being along the Inca Trail, visitors can also enjoy a wide array of some of the other adventure and archaeology related opportunities that are on offer.

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal” (CC BY 2.0) by BPPrice

It goes without saying that visiting the historic Taj Mahal is an absolute must while in India. The iconic piece of architecture, which is considered as one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, is a 17th-century marble mausoleum which is located in the city of Agra. Legend has it that the origins of the Taj Mahal are linked to Shah Jahan, the leader of the Mughal Empire, promising his wife that he would construct her the most beautiful mausoleum that has ever been seen.

For vast amounts of people across the globe, visiting the 73-metre-high, ivory-white piece of Mughal architecture is on the bucket list. The opportunity to experience everything that the 17-hectare complex has to offer is more of a possibility than ever before and you could one day find yourself standing at the doors of one of India’s most treasured landmarks.


Preikestolen, Lysefjord, Norway
Preikestolen, Lysefjord, Norway” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by dconvertini

Norway is widely renowned for offering tourists some of the very best attractions that Europe has to offer, and the destination of Preikestolen is no different. Within the municipal of Forsand, the ‘Pulpit Rock’ stands an incredible 604 metres over the Lysefjord and is without doubt one of many places to visit if you were to win big on the lottery.

Whilst enjoying the scenery is one possibility, prospective visitors can also partake in hikes across the mountain plateau if they wish to immerse themselves in the breath-taking environment that is on show deep within the Norwegian mountains.

There Are Plenty of Options If You Win Big

By winning big on the lottery, there are a whole host of incredible destinations that are waiting to be experienced throughout the world. From the mountains of Norway and Peru to one of the most iconic wonders that India has to offer, the possibilities are endless.

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