Visited Tourist Attractions in the World

Visited Tourist Attractions in the World

Knowing the world’s busiest tourist attractions destinations can be useful when organizing a vacation to a new location. Everyone should include these locations on their bucket list.

Three of the top ten tourist destinations in the world are located in Italy, which is ranked as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world by Trip Advisor. With its extensive architecture, museums, history, and of course, food, it is simple to understand why.

With well-known tourist destinations that are on everyone’s bucket list, France comes in second!

The absence of any Asian destinations from this list, to my greatest astonishment, is shocking. Iceland, which has recently become an extremely HOT tourist destination, is also not included in the top 10.

1.  The Colosseum in Rome, Italy

For those who have it on their bucket list, it should come as no surprise that the Colosseum is at the top of the list of most visited tourist destinations.

For those who have been to Rome and seen it in person, I must admit that while impressive, The Roman Forum (which didn’t even reach the top 10) is a far more amazing sight. The Colosseum is a sizable amphitheater in Rome, Italy, where gladiatorial contests were held.

2. The Louvre Museum in Paris, France.

The Louvre was initially created as a fortification and later rebuilt to serve as a royal palace, despite being regarded as one of the most impressive museums in the entire world.

The enormous edifice on the Seine’s banks is stunning both inside and out.

Without visiting the Louvre to view such well-known works as the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and Hammurabi’s Code, a vacation to Paris is not complete.

3. The Vatican Museums in Rome, Italy

The Vatican Museums definitely deserve to be on this list, in my opinion.

This location, especially if you are already planning a trip to Rome, is filled with some of the most incredible art in the entire world.

It will make for a fantastic day trip for anyone wishing to arrange a trip to the Vatican City from Rome!

4. The Statue of Liberty in New York City

The Statue of Liberty should definitely be seen by anyone traveling to New York City.

French sculptor Frédéric Bartholdi created this well-known landmark for the United States as a gift to the country from France.

While getting a fantastic view of the Statue of Liberty from the Staten Island Ferry is completely free, people who wish to visit Ellis Island must reserve a ticket in advance that includes transportation.

The original torch Bartholdi built (which had to be replaced due to damage) and other relics at the museum can be seen while visiting Ellis Island.

5. The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

The Eiffel Tower is a sight to behold and is perhaps the most identifiable monument in the entire globe. There is nothing quite like viewing it up close and personal, as it is visible from several locations in Paris.

You can pay to view the building from the ground while sitting in the park, or you can view Paris from one of three platforms on the Eiffel tower itself.

6. Basilica de la Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain

The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is the only cathedral on earth that is a must-see. This Basilica, designed by famous architect Antoni Gaud, is a masterpiece on the inside and out.

The Sagrada Familia, one of the highest ecclesiastical structures in the world, fulfills Gaud’s desire to build a church that would have an influence on the skyline.

It has been a work in progress for more than 130 years and is something you should see in your life regardless of whether it is finished (it is scheduled to be finished in 2026).

7. French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana

The French Quarter, which is at the center of New Orleans, makes sense as one of the top 10 travel destinations in the world.

It is unlike any other place in the United States. This location is the birthplace of Mardi Gras, creole food, and street jazz.

But it’s not just parties, alcohol, and music; it also has history, art, and architecture.

Jackson Square is where you may discover painters painting portraits and landscapes if you venture off of Bourbon Street. The Garden District is where you may find relics of New Orleans’ antebellum era after that.

8. Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, Netherlands

You undoubtedly already know that Anne Frank and her family previously lived in the attic of a house in Amsterdam, even if you’ve never read The Diary of Anne Frank.

When you go to The Anne Frank House, you can view the attic where she lived as well as the bookcase, pictures of her family, and her original diary.

9. Skydeck- Willis Tower, Chicago, Illinois

The Skydeck is located on the 103rd floor of the Chicago Willis Tower. While it would seem simple enough to take the elevator up to the level and gaze out, The Ledge is what makes this well-known monument a popular destination for adrenaline seekers. A glass balcony called The Ledge protrudes from the structure.

Although it would look secure enough, the weight of so many people has already caused this platform to break. Although everything has been fixed, who knows whether it may happen again?

10. The Grand Canal in Venice, Italy.

A favorite among honeymooners and couples seeking a romantic retreat is the third Italian location on the list of the Most Popular Tourist Attractions in the World.

The Grand Canal, a waterway that runs through the city, connects the majority of Venice’s most popular tourist destinations and acts as the city’s principal thoroughfare.

The most convenient method of transportation in Venice is the Vaporetto water bus, despite the fact that most people think of gondola rides (and you should definitely take one). You have a fantastic perspective of all the most well-known attractions along the Grand Canal.

11. Grand Bazaar, Istanbul

Exotic, colorful, and a must-see. The highlights can be navigated using this guide. And don’t forget to reserve a luxurious hotel.

12. Bour­bon Street, New Orleans

This is one of the most well-liked tourist attractions in the entire globe, and for good reason! Make sure to schedule some time to visit Fritzel’s European Jazz Club for live music. The venue is a glorious combination of neon lights, music, and masses of people sipping from “go cups.”

13. Lin­coln Memo­r­i­al, Wash­ing­ton D.C.

You must see this Instagram-worthy marble statue to believe it. The finest times to visit are in the early morning and late at night.

14. Uni­ver­sal Stu­dios, Florida

You want to squeeze in as much magic as you can, from Harry Potter to ET. With an Express Pass, you can skip the lines.

15. Lake Mead, Nevada

To get to Hoover Dam, hike the 7.5-mile Historic Railroad path. Fans of the water should go to the recreation area to kayak and canoe; just keep in mind that there are no lifeguards on duty.

16. Dis­ney­land, Hong Kong

Explore the Castle of Magical Dreams, ride a raft to Tarzan’s treehouse, or get your adrenaline dose on the Big Grizzy Mountain. And don’t forget to make hotel reservations!

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