Let’s admit it, we are always obsessed with the idea of “New.” We visit places, we spend great moments there and refuse to come back because there are so many other places that we have to see out there… But in this article, we will show you five reasons why you need to go back to places you have traveled and enjoyed in the past.
1) It takes so much pressure off you!
The first time we visit a place, we all have this idea of what we want to do, see, etc. Usually, there is a particular reason why we wanted to visit it in the first place, and when we get there, we are trying to “conquer” this reason. The next time you visit a site, the chances are that you have covered most of the things you originally wanted to see or do and now you can get to know this place, as a native and with less pressure to hurry to see “sights .”
2) You have more time to meet the locals.
This is somewhat related to the first reason, having more time to do things rather than seeing sights all day means that you have more time to interact with the people who live in that destination. From this perspective, this can be one of the most fun ways to experience a city or an island.
3) You can be much more relaxed.
Having shed all the expectations, you can give yourself more free time, and there is nothing to do, rather than relax and really have fun.
4) You start to uncover some of the best-hidden spots on the destination.
For example, if you visited Mykonos for the first time, you will not have a chance to visit all these secret spots when there are so many other prominent places to visit. By visiting the destination once again, you can discover some of the best and most exciting places in the city or the island.
5) You begin to observe details that you had lost before.
Beautiful coffee places or even small traditional houses. You know, the kind of detail that despite its relatively small size somehow manages to create wonderful memories for the places you have visited.