#WorldTourismDay: These actors are giving us major vacation goals

As they celebrate World Tourism Day today, our favorite actors talk about their top holiday destinations and what they love about that place.

Ssharad Malhotra:

I visited the Eiffel tower which was one of my dreams, it is the mark of eternal love. They say you should visit it with your loved ones I visited it alone though. When you travel alone, you explore yourself more as a human being and when you start enjoying your own company, traveling becomes fun.

Pooja Banerjee:

Being a Bengali, Kolkata has been my favorite destination as I have never stayed in the city of joy. Recently, I have been to Kolkata and I went to the three most popular holy temples of West Bengal- Belur Math, Kaali Ghat, Dakhineshwar. I have worshipped Goddess Kaali since my childhood. This visit was special as I ended up eating all the Bong delicacies in the famous restaurants over there. Kolkata gives me a peace within.

Shivin Narang:

I took a small trip to Nashik with my parents recently. I believe an actor should rejuvenate himself before a fresh start of a new project. I visited Nashik during the monsoon and it is now one of my favorite weekend getaways. I visited a few temples and the journey was really very beautiful. I can’t describe it in words… one must go to experience that mystic feeling.

Jasmin Bhasin:

I visited Argentina for one of my projects and I was amazed to see this part of the world. Argentina seduces you with Tango and football which I missed once I was back and would love to go again. The food and wine were the best.

Shashank Vyas:

Investing in travel is the same as investing in yourself. I believe while traveling one should collect moments, not things. Traveling unwinds me completely. I love to meet real people in life. Kashmir was beautiful, I have no words to explain the beauty of the valley. I just feel that the valley has not been explored by so many people as yet. I think more people should visit Kashmir and explore this heaven on earth.

Vahbiz Dorabjee:

Traveling is my lifeline. I cannot even think of life without traveling, be it in India or abroad. Lonavala is a quick getaway for me and I have a lot of monsoon memories of the place. I go there every year during the rainy season.

Vivian Dsena:

I went to Egypt for the first time recently and the best memory was seeing the pyramids. To be around pyramids was a very different feeling for me, it gave me goosebumps.

Wishing you all a very Happy World Tourism Day