Australia’s most photographed tourist attractions

Australias most photographed tourist attractions

Australia’s most photographed tourist attractions | Due to their remoteness not all truly awesome places in Downunder make it into this top-10-list. Meaning, these are not necessarily Australia’s most beautiful but most photographed spots: Opera House, Sydney It is Australia’s most photographed site! Mention “Sydney” and most people think of this Opera House. Shaped like huge

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos | The Niagara Falls, the skyline of Toronto, Moraine Lake and Old Quebec are the top 4 Canadian tourist attractions that come to mind if you ask international travelers from the opposite side of the planet. But listen honey: Canada is not the United States :D Touristy things are getting thin fast down

Most photographed tourist spots in Japan

Most photographed tourist spots in Japan

Most photographed tourist spots in Japan | Let’s try to describe the land of the rising sun with just six photos. We know, this will become a tremendous fail. But that’s what tourists do. They usually fail in getting to know the real character of their vacation spot. Blame it to the lack of time :) Shibuya

England’s Stereotype Tourist Photos

england most stereotype tourist photos

England’s Stereotype Tourist Photos  | Planing a vacation in England, international travelers pretty much focus on London only. On Christmas Eve 2015 The Telegraph published an interesting heat map created by a London University student. It reveals London’s tourist attractions that are snapped most often on Flickr. The heat map is based on approx. 1 million

Mexico’s Stereotype Tourist Photos

Mexicos Stereotype Tourist Photos

Mexico’s Stereotype Tourist Photos | Most of them are not really nice. But #8 might give you some awe … On April 30, the British Government issued a travel warning for its citizens when entering Mexico. Canada did exactly the same back in January. A recent wave of violence also affects Mexico’s most important tourism