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The Best Sites Showing The Most Popular Tourist Destinations In The World

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Next month, I’ll be posting a “The Best…” list related to the “wonders of the world” — both ancient and modern. As sort of a companion list, I thought it would be interesting to bring together some accessible resources highlighting what are considered the most popular tourist destinations.

You might also be interested in these related lists:

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The Best Sites For Learning About The World’s Different Cultures

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Here are my choices for The Best Sites Showing The Most Popular Tourist Destinations In The World:

The world’s greatest attractions is a slideshow from The Guardian.

Top 10 most visited tourist attractions in the world shows their photos and provides information about each site.

The World’s Top Tourist Attractions is a similar feature.

America’s Top Tourist Attractions is a slideshow from Forbes.

Forbes has a similar slideshow that’s considerably longer.

Most Dangerous Tourist Attractions is a slideshow from AOL.

10 Most Scary and Weird Tourist Attractions in the World is from Listphobia.

The author of the travel book, 100 things to do before you die, recently died, and The Independent newspaper created a slideshow showing all the 100 things.

Here’s a video showing “Top 10 Most Popular Tourist Destinations.”:

The Smithsonian Life List: 43 Places to See Before You Die is pretty neat.

Infographic: the world’s 50 most popular tourist destinations

150 Years Of Travel is another slightly strange, but interesting, interactive.

The Most Popular U.S. Tourist Attractions: State by State is from Neatorama.

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I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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