This seed spawns you next to a village with a blacksmith. The blacksmith’s chest happens to be full of great treasure. Then not too far away is a savanna biome with tall mountains that reach to the clouds. Both of these make this seed a cool place to explore.
This seed has four structures within walking distance of the spawn point. One village is in front of you, there are two villages to the right, and a desert temple is to the left. They almost make up one giant triangle.
The easiest way to navigate this seed is to clearly mark your spawn point with some kind of block, and I recommend making it an arrow to point in the direction you were facing when you spawned.
This is one of those seeds that you spawn in a seemingly boring forest, but if you walk around just a little bit you find amazing things. The amazing things on this biome happen to be in the form of rare biomes such as a mesa, bryce, and swampland M. It all begins when you walk straight forward from the spawn.
This seed has a village with a blacksmith and desert temple with diamonds all in one place. These two structures spawned one on top of the other. In fact, the temple cuts off half a butcher shop and most of a library, but a crop plot is on top of the temple. You only have to make one stop to gather loot on this seed.
This seed has a desert village, a savanna village with a blacksmith, and a semi-hard-to-get-to mineshaft all near each other and the spawn. I found the abandoned mineshaft through a glitch, which means there’s no cave leading to it. Finding it may be difficult, but it’s worth it. The other structures on this seed mean there are plenty of things to keep you busy until you want to attempt it too.