The Most Popular Destinations in the World

Travel is one of the purest pleasures in thousands of Spaniards. Packing and getting to know the destination at the last minute is a new practice that has become fashionable in recent years. However, for those who don’t want to leave anything to improvisation and look for the places that generate the most adepts, these are the 25 most popular destinations in the world, according to the TripAdvisor platform.

  • London, United Kingdom

Buckingham Palace, the famous Ferris wheel, the Camden Market, or walking around Oxford Street, are London’s central claims.

  • Paris, France

The city of Love is another must-see place for TripAdvisor users. The Eiffel tower and the Arc de Triomphe attracts all eyes.

  • Rome, Italy

One of the European capitals where history speaks for itself. Throwing a coin in the Trevi Fountain, enjoying the views offered by the Pantheon, or eating a delicious dish of pasta or pizza are experiences to live in the Italian city.

  • Crete, Greece

In addition to the historical and mythological importance of the Greek city, Crete also stands out for its fabulous beaches. A perfect blend of culture and relaxation.

  1. Bali, Indonesia

A postcard paradise, that’s Bali. Turquoise waters, white sand, and coral reefs are ideal for snorkeling or diving.

  • Phuket, Thailand

The beaches are the protagonists of this beautiful island of Thailand. Miles of sand and crystal clear water to relax in the sun or perform water sports such as windsurfing, diving, or sailing.

  • Barcelona, Spain

Walking along Las Ramblas, visiting the Sagrada Familia, or walking through Park Güell are just some of the many attractions offered by the city of Barcelona.

  • Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul is the most populous city in Turkey. If there is one thing that defines Istanbul, it is the mosques, the bazaars, and the Turkish baths.

  • Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech is also known as the Red City because of the sandstone of that color, with which many of its buildings are built. Its souks, squares, and mosques attract thousands of visitors every year.

  • Dubai, UAE

History, souks, modern architecture, adventure, luxury shopping… Dubai is a destination that combines tradition with modernity. Attending the Opera House or contemplating the city center from the top of the Burj Khalifa are necessary experiences if you visit the city.

  • Prague, Czech Republic

The capital of the Czech Republic has six of the most important synagogues in central Europe. Among all the monuments in the city are Prague Castle, the famous astronomical clock and Charles Bridge.

  • Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap is the most visited place in Cambodia by the ancient holy city of Angkor. Watching the sunrise from the temples is one of the incredible experiences the city offers.

  • New York, United States

New York is the city that never sleeps. The Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are some of the secrets hidden by the city of the Big Apple.

  • Jamaica

Jamaica is a mixture of cultures from Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. It has extensive beaches, hidden coves, steep mountains, waterfalls, and an exquisite and varied gastronomic proposal.

  • Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi is the most motorcycle city in the world. The capital of Vietnam has more than 600 temples and pagodas. It is famous for its centuries-old architecture and rich culture of Chinese, French, and Southeast Asian influence.

  • Tokyo, Japan

Tradition and modernity. The city of Tokyo has ancient temples, but also buildings full of lights and colors. The famous Shibuya Crossing is a unique experience to live. A large town, entire plans for all audiences.

  • Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Playa del Carmen is one of the leading diving destinations in the world thanks to its vibrant underwater life. But in addition to the beautiful beaches, it also has the impressive Mayan ruins of the city of Coba.

  • Lisbon, Portugal

The Portuguese capital has spectacular historical and cultural wealth. The Monument to the Discoveries, the Jerónimos Monastery and the Belém Tower, declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO, are essential stops.

  • Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu is located in the middle of a valley. Temples, shrines, fascinating villages, and lots of nature are the strengths of the capital of Nepal.

  • Jaipur, India

The city of Jaipur is also known as the Pink City as it was built in pink stucco to mimic sandstone. Among all its corners are the Palace of Jaipur, the Hawa Mahal, and the forts of Amber and Jaigarh.

  • Hurghada Egypt

Coral reefs and the turquoise waters of its beaches have made this city of Egypt is to become one of the favorite places to enjoy the vacation.

  • Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong is a mixture of tradition and modernity. The delicious dim sum, going up to Victoria’s Peak to see a panoramic view of the whole city or visiting the History Museum to understand what it has been and is Hon Kong are experiencing to be made if you visit the city.

  • Cuzco, Peru

The Coricancha Palace and the Church of Santo Domingo are a clear example of the Inca Majesty and Andean baroque that coexist in the cobbled streets of Cuzco.

  • Sydney, Australia

Sydney is the largest and most populous municipality in Australia and Oceania. It is the perfect balance between extensive infrastructure and natural areas. The Sydney Opera is the undisputed symbol of the city.

  • Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv is a young and modern city, dating back only to 1909. Its Bauhaus architecture, a UNESCO World Heritage site, has earned the nickname the “”White City.”” Its beaches, cafes, and luxury shops have made it a popular tourist destination.

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