World Map of Every Countries Most Popular Tourist Attraction 0 1496

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Heading into a new year often means fantasizing about great trips on the horizon. With that in mind, Vouchercloud has put together a fun infographic that shows the top tourist attraction of every country, according to TripAdvisor. The sites are helpfully broken up into categories (historic, natural, religious, and tourist). Whether you are trying to avoid the tourist lines or want to see what everyone else has on their list, the maps make for fun perusing.

For instance, who would have thought that Harry Potter’s Studio Tour would have beaten out Big Ben or the Tower of London as England’s top attraction? And no, it’s not the Eiffel Tower, but the Musee d’Orsay that tops France’s list. Natural sites abound in North and South America, with waterfalls taking the number one slot in Canada, Brazil, Paraguay, Guyana, and Jamaica. A few minutes with the map and you’ll be ready to pack your bags and go.

Get your passport ready to visit the top tourist attraction of every country.


North and South America. Click for full-resolution map.


Europe. Click for full-resolution map.


Asia and Australasia. Click for full-resolution map.

Via: Mymodernnet

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This is the Longest Straight Line You Can Travel in the World 0 831

In 2010, Guy Bruneau from Quebec discovered with Google Earth the longest possible straight line on earth without running into a body of water or any major obstacles. The 8,400 mile (13518 km) path from Liberia in Western Africa to China crosses 9 time zones and 18 countries and territories.

The road goes like this:  Liberia, Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Burkina Faso again, Niger, Chad, Libya, Egypt, Israel, the West Bank,  Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan again and finally China.

If you could travel about twenty miles a day on foot, it would still take you well over a year to hike this distance in a straight line.

Surprisingly, no one has ever attempted this. Why you may ask?

Not only are you travelling through war torn areas such as Iraq but trying to get through West Africa and the republics of Central Asia which you’ll have to enter several times can be a visa nightmare. Furthermore, the borders that you need to cross along Egypt and Libya are closed to tourists.

The most difficult terrain would be the Sahara Desert and the five-mile-high Pamir Mountains on the Chinese-Tajikistan border, both of which lie directly in your unwavering straight-line path.

Will you be the first to attempt this hike and earn your place in the Guiness Book of World Records? Not to mention crossing off 17 countries from your list.

Via: cntraveller

2 Year Old Travels the World, Inspires Everyone With Her Photos 0 913

Originally, this adventure started out as a bonding experience for little Esme with her mom and dad, a way for them to spend time together in those early months while exposing Esme to the wonders of the world.

Now, little Esme is 2 years old, and the adventure continues! What started out as Karen’s maternity leave has now turned into a lifestyle. Karen– under the name Travel Mad Mom– and Shaun– going by Travel Mad Dad– are still travelling the world with Esme. From Africa to Europe to Asia and more… This little family is covering some major ground, working from the road and sharing their adventures on Instagram. Their photos mostly capture Esme in some seriously gorgeous settings.

Check out their adventure below!

Porto Venere, Cinque Terre, Italy

Paradu Tuscany EcoResort, Italy


Venice, Italy

San Marino

Rome, Italy

Manarola Coast, Italy

London, England

Vinales, Cuba

Varadero, Cuba

Tuscany, Italy

Mayfields Lavender Fields (London)

Paris, France

Chapman’s Peak, South Africa

New Taipei City, Taiwan

Bangkok, Thailand

Siam Reap, Combodia

Via: inspiremore

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