tourist attractions

Wales National Airshow in Swansea Bay || Image Credit: Flickr, Creative Commons: Peter Morgan Cardiff Bay || Image Credit
The Brooklyn Bridge Yes, the Brooklyn Bridge is a complete nightmare of tourists and cyclists during peak hours and on weekends
Acropolis Athens, Greece Viewing spot: Filopappou Hill So Acropolis admission is going up this year (because, Greek debt
Photos: Family Vacation Critic Branson has always sought to market itself as one of the premier family-friendly vacation
"The Ziz" Baseball Monument at Goodyear Ballpark Baseball fans, regardless of team affiliation, should trek to the Cactus
The exhibit houses eight orangutans of assorted sizes, ages and temperaments who scamper up, down and around an environment
I left my native Britain for South Africa's Mother City back in 2009 thinking I might hang around for a few months and play a bit of cricket. Suddenly it's 2015, I'm still here and I haven't picked up my cricket bat once.
Want to see dinosaurs, Cadillacs half-buried in the desert or a blue whale in Oklahoma? Who doesn't? It can all be found along America's highways and byways.
Oftentimes, we need a break from the crowds. And we're guessing during your visit, you may too. Read on for a few of our tried and tested tips.
Credit: Flickr/Foto Captor Credit: Flickr/Andy Castro 13. Walt Disney's daughters were the inspiration behind Disneyland
8. Nebraska's Carhenge No one knows who built Stonehenge, or why, but we do know who built Carhenge (artist Jim Reinders
Prague is one of the most visited destinations in Europe and has tourists coming from all over the world to discover this beautiful city. Understandably the city is littered with souvenir stores and people offering walking tours, Segway tours and free tours.
If you've ever taken a cross-country road trip, you know it's true: America has some weird sh*t going on. Nothing beats the oddities you're about to see on this list. Drive on.
There's nothing wrong with going full tourist when you're visiting a new state--you'd be blowing it if you didn't make time for a trip to The Statue of Liberty or the Golden Gate.
One of the best things about this great nation of ours is that we don't like to be bored. Like, ever. But mostly, on road trips. Which is why we have all these bizarre roadside attractions.
When Disney rolled out a Tomorrowland movie (it opens Friday) we had to go back to Tomorrowland, for the sake of journalism.
Whether from the roof of a centuries-old cathedral, the summit of a mountain or the observation deck of a skyscraper, these views can offer travelers a breathtaking new perspective on even the most popular tourist spots.
There's nothing better than a great American cross-country road trip: soaking in the nation's majestic beauty, eating in tiny roadside diners, driving 150 miles out of the way to take a selfie in front of... a giant ball of string!
One way is to explore this great city in parts and allow yourself to experience some of the best the city has to offer without rushing through it.
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