10) Grand Bazaar, Istanbul
With 61 streets and 5000 shops, Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar is one of the largest markets in the world. It is well-known for its hand-painted ceramics, lanterns, intricately patterned carpets, copperware, jewelry and antique shops. It attracts between 250,000 to 400,000 visitors every day.
9) Disneyland Park, Anaheim, CA
8) Disney’s World Magic Kingdom, Orlando
It is the most-visited theme park in the world. Its major attraction is of course, Cinderella’s castle which is complete with a moat and built at special angles to appear even bigger than its actual height of 189 feet.
7) Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston
6) Grand Central Terminal, New York City
Commonly known as the “Grand Central Station”, the historic Grand Central Terminal is a famous New York City landmark in midtown Manhattan. Grand Central is one of the busiest train stations in the world and serves nearly 200,000 commuters every day.
5) Niagara Falls, New York and Ontario
The Niagara Falls is actually a collective name for 3 different falls: the Horseshoe falls, the American Falls and the comparatively smaller Bridal Veil Falls. They form the border between U.S and Canada.
4) Las Vegas Strip
3) Union Station, Washington, DC
It’s not only one of the busiest stations in the world, Union station is also the most visited destination in Washington. It transports about 12, 500 passengers daily to their destinations. What makes it even more popular is that it has 130 stores which stock everything from men’s fashion to jewelry to games and toys, making it a premier shopping destination.
2) Central Park, New York City
1) Times Square, New York City
Times Square is the most lively square of New York. It is known for its Broadway shows, its buildings covered with billboards and of course, the wide array of amazing stores. The billboards have become such a popular tourist attraction that the zoning now requires the buildings to be covered with billboards!
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