This Really Cool Map Shows The World's Top Tourist Destinations


From Niagara Falls to ziplines in Fiji, the wizzes at Vouchercloud have put together this really cool map of the top-rated ‘Things to Do’ for every country around the world based on recent data compiled by the peeps at TripAdvisor.

Think Big Ben is the UK’s top attraction? Well, you’re wrong. The Harry Potter Studio Tour tops the list. Surprised? Don’t be. You’d think the Grand Canyon would be at the tippy top the USA’s most visited, but it turns out New York’s Central Park is where everyone wants to flock to. Shocker.
Some countries do conform to their iconic attractions though – The Great Wall of China, Spain’s Sagrada Família, India’s Taj Mahal and South Africa’s Table Mountain all reign supreme.

Unsurprisingly, natural wonders are the most visited throughout the world, followed by areas of historic, religious and architectural interest. 24 stunning beaches, 19 museums, 19 national parks, 10 castles and nine waterfalls also made the list.

Take a look at the pretty and color-coded maps below to get your dose of travel inspiration.

Here are the top destinations in Europe…

And here’s where everyone is going in the Americas…

Asia is a historical hotspot…

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