Holidays are coming, for those who like to go on holidays at the same time as everyone else. The opportunity to relax after a year of hard work, but also the opportunity to fall into the many tourist traps! Here are some of them, of course, which will save you time and money at the same time!
Times Square , the beating heart of New York City, is noisy, stuffy, overcrowded and not very entertaining. This will not prevent most tourists to venture there anyway.
Of course, the Taj Mahal itself is beautiful. Long lines and unpleasant tourists from around the world are a little less.
If you are going to see the Mona Lisa in the Louvre, here is what you will actually see:
The Empire State Building is in two of the greatest romantic movies of all time, certainly, but with the crowd at the entrance and its intensive security system, it is difficult to appreciate. So just take a picture of it from the outside.
The strange thing about the Statue of Liberty is that so many tourists are willing to do anything to get there while there is so much to see and do in New York. At least, it is now open, having been closed after September 11, 2001 for many years for security reasons.
But the big secret of the statue is that the views of the crown are not very good and you have to climb an extremely claustrophobic staircase to access it.
The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a tourist attraction above Colorado, at the top of the Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA opened in 2002 that allows you to contemplate the abyss through a glass walkway. But it is so crowded that you can hardly see your own feet, not to mention the exorbitant price …
Statue of the little mermaid of Copenhagen. Frankly, is it worth it to move around and get lost in a crowd of tourists to see a mermaid on a pebble?
The appeal of this painting of concrete stars escapes us. It’s not as if the famous characters were present, nor that the stars were somehow distinctive … It’s funny two minutes and frankly we get tired very, very quickly.
The Pyramids of Giza (the most visited pyramids in the world) are in a desert and, as you may have heard, deserts are generally hot and dry. This makes the trip difficult on the site ….
The problem with Niagara Falls is the whole structure to attract tourists that has been built next door: souvenir shops, restaurants, tourist attractions …
Stonehenge stones are known for their incredible size. But they are not that big .. They do not exceed 10 meters high and the crowds spoil all the pleasure.
Westminster Abbey: The church is so crowded that it will just be unpleasant.
If you go to Brussels, you will probably see it. But do not expect much … It’s just a little boy who pee, that’s all.