These seven never-fail tourist delights are all on the well-beaten path. If you go:

* Yosemite Valley: United Airlines flies to Fresno, Calif., where bus service is available in the summer to the park. Or rent a car for the 100-mile drive to Yosemite Village. For luxury, try the Ahwahnee Hotel, $106 a double room. Budget travelers can rent a tent cabin for $14.84. In between is Yosemite Lodge with accommodations from $25 to about $60. For reservations, 209-373-4171. Campsites.

* White House: Visitor tours Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. Through the summer, tickets are necessary and may be obtained free at the Ellipse beginning at 8 a.m.

* Taj Mahal: Air India currently flies roundtrip from New York to New Delhi for $1,260. Luxury buses from the hotels and a daily morning train make the trip to the Taj in Agra in three to four hours.

* Matterhorn: Swissair's lowest fare from New York to Geneva is $750 roundtrip. Catch a train to Brig and transfer to the Zermatt cog railway.

* Red Square: Most Americans arrive in Moscow on a group tour. Roundtrip airfare, including an Aeroflot flight from London or Paris, is about $900. Or experience a Soviet train from Helsinki, Finland, to Leningrad and south to Moscow. See a travel agent.

* Tivoli Garden: Scandinavian Airlines has an $820 roundtrip airfare from New York. Tivoli is a short walk from most hotels.