Stonehenge and spirituality go hand in hand. This prehistoric monument in England underwent several stages of growth, until reaching its final one in 1500 B.C. It was then when blue stones rearranged in the shape of a horseshoe (which is considered a lucky charm in many cultures), and the circle we see today was formed. The stone rings are believed to be solar, lunar, stellar observatories along with being a ritual structure. Many ancient cultures held festivals on the solstices and equinoxes to celebrate the renewal of energies. Tourists visit this place to feel that vibe, and rejuvenate themselves with the energies of nature. Stonehenge looks best during the summer solstice, so you could maybe plan a trip then!