Which religious leader visited many holy places?
Most religious leaders would have. Many of those who later became religious leaders would also have various places they visited later become holy places.
The most universally accepted important site for Buddhist is the Temple at Bodhgaya where the Buddha reached enlightenment. There are however a large number of holy sites, the Buddha himself named four places that would be beneficial to visit on pilgrimage but there are a great number of placed visited and respected by Buddhists.
A pilgrimage is a religious journey; people undertake pilgrimages so they can worship at special places which are connected to their religion. Journeying to holy places of pilgrimage are generally carried out as acts of faith and devotion in accummulating religious merit or to atone for sins. Pilgrimages are also regarded by Hindus as a religious duty from which darsan can be attained. There are thousands of pilgrimage sites - tirthas (sacred, fords or crossings)…
Jerusalam and the surrounding area is an integral part of each religion's (and in the case of the Jews, culture's) history. Various events which are of significance to each occurred there, and so many places there are considered holy that the area itself is simply labelled 'Holy Land'. It is consideted the place God visited
Hindus have many holy places. Badrinath, Puri, Dwarkha and Rameshwaram are four holiest places for the Hindus. Other holy places are Varanasi, Rishikesh, Nasik, Pushkar, Ujjain and other places. Some rivers are also holy to them. Among them are Godavri, Yamuna and above all Ganges which the Indians call Ganga.