Most searched destinations from United Kingdom in 2013

| April 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

You have your bags packed and your camera ready for snapshots, but nowhere to go? Do you feel that itch to enter exotic lands to satisfy your adventurous appetite?  These are the top ten most searched destinations from the United Kingdom in 2013.

Navona Piazza Rome

Navona Piazza Rome

Lions, gladiators and Caser, oh my! All but ruins of what used to be one of the most powerful empires the world has ever seen, Rome. Rome ranked number one when it came to being the most searched in 2013 for its historical landmarks. Rome was ranked at number one as well, being popular among those who wished to travel to see the Vatican for a spiritual revival.

Central Park New York

Central Park New York

The state with the same name as its capital that features the Statue of Liberty, a gigantic green statue that welcomes tourists and immigrants alike to America, New York ranked the second most searched destination. New York City is the first thing that comes to many minds outside of the United States when it is brought up in discussion. There are many things to do in NYC such as visiting Central Park that is uniquely an urban park (attracts 37.5 million tourists yearly), visit the Ground Zero Museum Workshop that features the remnant and history of what used to be the Twin Towers, and the famous Phantom of the Opera.

Amsterdam

Amsterdam

Some of world’s greatest beer sloshes in a mug ready to be drank as delicious cooked sausages blow in the faces of many here in Amsterdam. Amsterdam, Germany ranked as number three as it has received more than four million international visitors, while an average of sixteen million trippers visiting every year. Unlike many destinations Amsterdam discourages car driving with expensive parking fees as an alternative option of bicycling is given. The Amsterdam airport is the sixth largest international trafficking in the world that serves more than fifty million passengers a year.

Palma

Palma

Palma, the major city and capital of the Balearic Islands in Spain ranked number four. There are many things that can entertain one’s adventurous appetite such as catching a train to the scenic Seller that features orchards of orange and almond. Take a ride through the city by bike and taste incredibly delicious ice cream at Giovanni L. Palma offers taxi rides instead of bike or walking, so take a ride to the gorgeous town in Tramuntana Mountains. Palma has an auditorium that plays classical concerts for tourists and locals alike.

Carrer de Punta Ballena

Carrer de Punta Ballena

Transparent blue waters and clean vanilla-colored beaches are just few of the additions to this fifth ranked destination, Magalluf. Magalluf is a major holiday resort on the island Majorca, Spain. There are many things to do that can lighten one’s opened spirit to enjoy, such as visiting the House of Katmandu, an upside-down house full of games, puzzles and a 4D cinema. At Magalluf one can witness the beauty of dolphins swimming where guides will allow one to interact with them, both children and adults all will enjoy this experience. At night Magalluf offers the clubs to party and drink like Carrer de Punta Ballena or Bananas and Boomerang.

Wat Kalayanamit

Wat Kalayanamit

Bangkok, Thailand ranked sixth. Bangkok is the both the capital and most populous city in Thailand with a growing population of eight million people. Bangkok is considered some of most exotic places in the world as it features its unique red-light districts. At Bangkok one can immerse themselves in the many Buddhist temples such as the Wat Kalayanamit and Wat Benchamabophit.  After visiting landmarks one can dine on the various dishes in Bangkok that are influenced by India and China.

Wat Kalayanamit

Wat Kalayanamit

Known for its iconic opera building that is shown in many media ranks the seventh among searched destinations is Sydney. Sydney is the most populous city in Australia known for its Auburn Botanical Gardens and the Royal National Park, the second oldest national park in the world. Sydney collected at least $11.7 billion in 2012 from more than ten million international and domestic tourists.

 

At number eight, Bruges is the most searched destination. Bruges is the largest city of West Flanders. To enhance one’s journey here there are destinations in Bruges one must visit like the Secret Bruges – privately owned cream pink bricked homes with burgundy doors that allow one to relive the history of Bruges in near silence. The smell of chocolate and beer coats one’s nostrils at a small family business to be visited, Sukerbuyc that creates homemade chocolates. In Bruges the city offers a city-wide art gallery that includes the Memling Museum, called ‘The Face of Lace.’

Memling Museum

Memling Museum

The next runner up at number nine is Venice, a city that’s sited on 118 small islands separated by canals only to be linked by canals. This humid subtropical watery labyrinth paradise is regarded as one of the most important tourist destinations in the world. The average tourist visitation is fifty-thousand a year to Venice. Venice has gorgeous landmarks like St. Mark’s Square, an historical governmental seat, and the 1,000 year old Byzantine church that’s painted with emeralds and rubies.

Mauritius

Mauritius

The tenth and final searched destination from the United Kingdom is Mauritius. Mauritius started as a low-income based agriculture society only to build itself into middle-income nation based on tourism, textiles and sugar, and financial services. Mauritius is one of the planet’s top luxuries for tourism – a tropical climate that harmonizes with attractive beaches and tropical creatures.

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