The Ultimate Bucket list to be found anywhere on the internet. These are the 100 Must-Visit destinations on this planet. Voted by the public as follows:

 

Machu Picchu (Peru)

1. Machu Pichu (Peru)

Machu Pichu is the name given to an ancient Inca Andean town of stone built mid-fifteenth century on the eastern slope of the central Andes. The city is considered a masterpiece of architecture and engineering, and, with its beautiful landscape, we have become one of the main tourist attractions worldwide. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1983 and became part of the Seven Wonders of the World in 2007.

Received 10758 points

Venice (Italy)

2. Venice (Italy)

Known as the city of canals (by the large number of them in it), is located northeast of Italy. It consists of 120 islands linked by 455 bridges and divided by 177 channels. Today, the city faces a serious threat by floods, climate change and a rise in sea level would submerge the city.

Receved 9481 points

Mayan city of Chichén Itzá (Mexico)

3. Maya City of Chichen Itza (Mexico)

Located on the Yucatan Peninsula, is an important and renowned relic of the Mayan civilization and posclásico this period. It was a ceremonial center and city inhabited by various peoples throughout history have left their mark on her. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 and joined the select list of the seven wonders of the world in 2007.

Receved 8933 points

Eiffel Tower (France)

4. Eiffel Tower (France)

It is a wrought iron structure designed by French engineer Gustave Eiffel in the center of the Champ de Mars beside the Seine River in Paris. With nearly 7 million visitors became 2007 on the most visited in the world and with its 325 meters high monument was the tallest building in the world for 40 years until 1930, when it was built in the Chrysler Building in New York. It is arguably the greatest symbol of France.

Receved 8744 points

The Colosseum (Italy)

5. Colosseum (Italy)

The Colosseum in Rome is a great amphitheater of the period of the Roman Empire, built in the first century in the center of Rome. By its architectural features, condition and history, the Colosseum is one of the most famous monuments of classical antiquity. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1980 by UNESCO.

Receved 8443 points

Iguazu Falls (Brazil / Argentina)

6. Iguazu Falls (Brazil / Argentina)

Located in the National Park of Iguaçu, cataracts are made of 275 jumps up to 80 meters high in the flow of the Iguazu River, marking the border between Brazil and Argentina and Paraguay close to. Jumping higher altitude is called “Devil’s Throat”.

Receved 8172 points

Bora Bora (French Polynesia)

7. Bora Bora (French Polynesia)

Bora Bora is an atoll located in the Society Islands in French Polynesia.In its 30 square kilometers, has a place an extinct volcano surrounded by a lagoon separated from the sea by a reef. The island is surrounded by Motus, small elongated islands typically with some width and vegetation.

Receved 8113 points

Sagrada Familia (Spain)

8. Cathedral of the Sagrada Familia (Spain)

La Sagrada Familia is a large Roman Catholic basilica in Barcelona, ​​designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. Construction began in the Gothic style, but, assuming the Gaudí project in 1883, was completely redesigned. The Temple was consecrated and declared a minor basilica November 7, 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI and a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2007.

Receved 7959 points

Taj Mahal (India)

9. Taj Mahal (India)

The Taj Mahal is a complex of buildings built during the seventeenth century in the city of Agra on the banks of river Yamuna by a Muslim emperor of the dynasty mongol.Mezcla perfectly the Islamic, Indian, Persian and Turkish architectural styles. It is an important tourist destination in the country that in 1983 was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and was included among the seven wonders of the modern world.

Receved 6657 points

Pyramids of Giza (Egypt)

10. Pyramids of Giza (Egypt)

The Giza Necropolis is an old near the capital city Cairo. Construction began during the second Egyptian dynasty and the pyramids of Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure which are mostly tourist attraction, was built during the fourth dynasty. In 1979 they were declared a World Heritage Site and in 2007 joined the select list of the seven matavillas the modern world.

The Great Wall of China (China)

11. Great Wall of China (China)

It is an ancient Chinese fortification built and rebuilt between the V century BC and AD XVI to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from attacks by the Xiongnu nomads of Mongolia and Manchuria.With almost 9000 kilometers long, running from the border with Korea to the Gobi Desert. Is reputed to be the largest cemetery in the world with nearly 10 million workers died during its construction. It is a World Heritage Site since 1987 and one of the seven wonders of the modern world since 2007.

Receved 6069 points

Jiuzhaigou river waters and colorful (China)

12. Jiuzhaigou river waters and colorful (China)

This River located in China famous for its colorful waters and vivid and beautiful green landscape that surrounds them.

Receved 5825 points

Moai Statues of Easter Island (Chile)

13. Moai Statues of Easter Island (Chile)

The Moai monolithic stone statues are found only on Easter Island, the Pacific. They are found throughout the island and its meaning still remains a mystery but many historians say they were carved by the Polynesian inhabitants between the twelfth and seventeenth centuries. as representations of deceased ancestors so that would project his “supernatural power” over their descendants. They are the main attraction of the place.

Receved 5819 points

Pyramids of Teotihuacan (Mexico)

14. Pyramids of Teotihuacan (Mexico)

Teotihuacan is an ancient Mexican city of pre-Hispanic times belonging to the Mesoamerican region. Archaeological monuments were declared World Heritage Site.

Receved 5708 points

Louvre Museum (France)

15. Louvre Museum (France)

The Louvre is the national museum in France dedicated to the art prior to Impressionism, both fine arts and archeology and decorative arts. It is considered the most important in the world, for the richness of their collections and the influence it has exerted in the other museums on the planet. It is the most visited art museum in the world and the most remembered by several of his masterpieces, like the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci.

Receved 5572 points

Angel Falls (Venezuela)

16. Salto Angel (Venezuela)

It is the largest waterfall and stunning the world with a height of almost 1000 meters. It is located in the Canaima National Park. Its name to American pilot Jimmy Angel who discovered it in 1937 It is a World Heritage Site since 1994 and was nominated to enter the select group of the seven wonders of the modern world is due.

Receved 5491 points

Sistine Chapel (Vatican City)

17. Sistine Chapel (Vatican City)

The Sistine Chapel is the most famous chapel in the Apostolic Palace of the Vatican, the official residence of the Pope. It is famous for its architecture, evocative of Solomon’s Temple of the Old Testament, and its decoration in fresco work of the greatest Renaissance artists including Michelangelo, Raphael and Botticelli. It was built between 1477 and 1480, by order of Pope Sixtus IV, for whom it is named, to restore the former Chapel Magna.Hoy is the seat of the conclave, the meeting at which the cardinals elect a new pope.

Receved 5412 points

Alhambra in Granada (Spain)

18. Alhambra in Granada (Spain)

Andalusian palace city located in Granada, in southern Spain. It is a rich palace and fortress complex that housed the king and the court of the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada. In addition to its attractive interior, exterior highlights beauty and it has set on the slopes of Sierra Nevada. He was a finalist in the election of the seven wonders of the world but it is part of the twelve treasures of Spain.

Receved 5300 points

Perito Moreno (Argentina)

19. Perito Moreno (Argentina)

The Perito Moreno glacier is huge in Argentina’s Patagonia. It extends over the South Arm of Lake Argentino, with a front of three miles in length and about two hundred feet high. It is one of the most impressive glaciers in the world, and has been considered the eighth wonder of the spectacular views it offers. Located in an area surrounded by forests and mountains, is within the Los Glaciares National Park.

Receved 5188 points

Acropolis and Parthenon (Greece)

20. Acropolis and Parthenon (Greece)

The Parthenon is one of the main preserved Doric buildings built in the V century BC on the Acropolis of Athens.

Receved 5165 points

Palace of Versailles (France)

21. Palace of Versailles (France)

The Palace of Versailles is a palatial building that served as a royal residence in past centuries. Located in the town of Versailles (very close to Paris), was built by King Louis XIV. The entire palace and park of Versailles, including the Grand Trianon and the Petit Trianon, was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1979.

Receved 5083 points

Parliament and Bigben London (England)

22. Bigben parliament and London (England)

Big Ben is the name is known to the Great Bell of Westminster, the largest of the bells found in the Clock Tower in the British Parliament in London. It was built in 1858 and its name is believed to Ben Caunt your builder should. It is undoubtedly the most representative building of the United Kingdom.

Receved 5016 points

Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

23. Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

It is located in the southeast of Brazil, was the capital of the nation from 1822 to the inauguration of Brasilia in 1960, is the second largest city in Brazil, holds the largest international tourist traffic of the country and is the second tourist destination in Latin America and the first in the southern hemisphere. It is one of the major economic centers of the country’s cultural and financial resources, and is internationally known for its landscapes and cultural icons such as Sugar Loaf, Christ the Redeemer and Copacabana Beach as well as the Carnival.

Receved 4930 points

Park and waterfalls Plitvice (Croatia)

24. waterfalls and Plitvice Park (Croatia)

National Park Plitvice Lakes is the best known of the Croatian national parks and is located in the region of Lika, a place where lakes, waterfalls and springs spectacularly beautiful alternate. The park is about 30,000 hectares, 22,000 of which are covered by forests and vegetation consists mainly of beech surface. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1979.

Receved 4630 points

Antarctica

25. Antarctica

Antarctica, also called the Antarctic or Antarctic Continent, is the continent on which the South Pole. It is the highest continent on Earth, with an average altitude of 2,000 meters. It houses about 80% of the fresh water on Earth. It is also the continent with the lowest average moisture of the earth and the lowest average temperature. Mount Erebus is an active volcano in Antarctica situated on the eastern coast of Ross Island.

Receved 4606 points

The Kremlin and Red Square in Moscow (Russia)

26. The Kremlin and Red Square in Moscow (Russia)

The Moscow Kremlin is a set of fortifications and civil and religious buildings in the heart of Moscow, on the Moskva River in the Red Square in the capital. It includes four palaces and four cathedrals delimited by a wall and Kremlin towers.

Receved 4516 points

Prague (Czech Republic)

27. Prague (Czech Republic)

Situated on the Vltava River, is the largest city and capital. Its beauty and historical heritage make it one of the twenty most visited cities in the world. Prague has developed since the ninth century, becoming one of the most important capitals of Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. But in the twentieth century suffered two world wars and especially the Nazi dictatorship. Its historic center is a World Heritage Site since 1992.

Receved 4469 points

Burj Al Arab Hotel (United Arab Emirates)

28. Burj Al Arab Hotel (United Arab Emirates)

It is a luxury hotel with a height of 321 meters located at sea on an artificial island in the Persian Gulf. Opened in 1999, it is listed with seven stars, a category that goes beyond normal classification of hotels because of its truly outstanding features that distinguish it from the rest.At the top is a heliport that is transformed into tennis when there is no air traffic.

Receved 4370 points

Temple of Abu Simbel (Egypt)

29. Temple of Abu Simbel (Egypt)

Located south of the country, is an archaeological site that has inside two temples excavated in the rock. They were built by King Ramses II and are of the best preserved temples in Egypt. The entire assembly was declared a World Heritage Site in 1979.

Receved 4363 points

Niagara Falls (Canada / USA)

30. Niagara Falls (Canada / USA)

They are a small group of waterfalls located on the Nagara River on the border between Canada and USA. Located about 236 above the sea, its fall is approximately 52 meters. Although not a great height, they are very spacious, and are the largest in North America, to pass by them all the water in the Great Lakes. Since they were discovered by European settlers have become very popular, not only for its beauty but also as a source of power and a challenging project for environmental preservation.

Receved 4298 points

Las Vegas (USA)

31. Las Vegas (USA)

Las Vegas is the largest city in the state of Nevada, USA. It is commonly known as the “Entertainment Capital of the World” and is one of the main attractions of the area for its shopping, casinos and vacation areas. It also receives the popularity of “Sin City” due to the popularity of the game and legal gambling, availability of alcoholic beverages throughout the day and legalized prostitution. The night view of the city contrasts with the vast desert plains that surround it.

Receved 4240 points

St. Peter's Basilica (Vatican City)

32. St. Peter’s Basilica (Vatican City)

It is the main building of the sovereign state of Vatican City and is located on the west bank of the Tiber River. It is the most important of Catholicism in terms of volume and renowned religious building. It is the church of the Pope of Rome, and in which the most important liturgical ceremonies are held.

Receved 4194 points

Tajin (Mexico)

33. Tajin (Mexico)

El Tajín is a pre-Columbian archaeological site located in the state of Veracruz (Mexico). It was designated a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1992 will consider exceptional testimony to a beautiful pre-Columbian culture in Mexico and its typical architecture.

Receved 4187 points

The monasteries of Meteora (Greece)

34. Monasteries of Meteora (Greece)

Located in the north of the country, buildings are perched on top of stunning gray rock masses, carved by erosion and called Meteora. They are at a height of 600 meters and is inhabited since the fourteenth century. They were declared a World Heritage Site in 1988

Receved 4028 points

Grand Canyon (USA)

35. Grand Canyon (USA)

The Grand Canyon is a colorful, steep gorge carved by the Colorado River in northern Arizona. The Canyon is considered one of the natural wonders of the world and is located mostly within the Grand Cañón.Tiene National Park about 446 km in length, with ranges from 6-29 km wide and reaches depths of over 1,600 m.

Receved 3988 points

Great Barrier Reef (Australia)

36. Great Barrier Reef (Australia)

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world. It is located off the coast of Queensland in the Coral Sea. The reef, which stretches over 2600 kilometers in length, can be distinguished from space. Due to its vast biodiversity, warm clear waters and its easy accessibility, the reef is a very popular destination for scuba divers. The Great Barrier Reef is sometimes referred to as the animal being alive in the world’s largest with nearly 35 million hectares. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1981.

Receved 3956 points

Galapagos Islands (Ecuador)

37. Galapagos Islands (Ecuador)

The Galapagos Islands are an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean located six hundred miles off the coast of Ecuador, a country to which they belong. It consists of thirteen volcanic islands that have their origin in tectonic activity of more than five million years ago. They are famous for their endemic species and so studies by Darwin on his land on her theory of evolution.

Receved 3908 points

Tasmania Island (Australia)

38. Tasmania Island (Australia)

Australian state situated about 240 kilometers southwest of the continent.It is believed that the distant past came to be united but a huge rise in sea level caused a flood that isolated. The best known and renowned island animal is the Tasmanian devil, which is now extinct carnivorous marsupial.

Receved 3876 points

Vecchio bridge in Florence (Italy)

39. Ponte Vecchio of Florence (Italy)

It is a medieval bridge over the Arno River in Florence. It is believed it was built by the Romans but a flood destroyed it in the fourteenth century and was raised again but this time entirely of stone. The bridge stands on three arches, the principal has a span of 30 meters and the other two of 27 meters and has always contained various shops and great commercial activity on it.

Receved 3820 points

Petra (Jordan)

40. Petra (Jordan)

Petra is an important archaeological site in Jordan and the capital of the ancient Nabatean kingdom. It trara a city carved into the earth and hence its name. It is located in a narrow valley running from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. It is located within the World Heritage of Humanity and of the seven wonders of the modern world.

Receved 3660 points

Statue of Liberty (USA)

41. Statue of Liberty (USA)

It is one of the most significant landmarks of the city of New York and is located on Liberty Island at the mouth of the Hudson River. It has also become a national symbol that represents freedom and emancipation from oppression. He was a finalist in the election of the seven wonders of the modern world.

Receved 3658 points

The Sydney Opera House (Australia)

42. The Sydney Opera House (Australia)

It is one of the most famous and distinctive buildings of the twentieth century. It was designed by a Danish architect in 1957 and opened on October 20, 1973 The building plays, ballet, opera and musicals are performed. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007.

Receved 3638 points

Christ the Redeemer (Brazil)

43. Cristo Redentor (Brasil)

The Cristo Redentor or “Christ of Corcovado” is a concrete figure of more than 10 thousand tons which is 709 meters above sea level in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro. In June 2007 he was named one of the seven wonders of the modern world.

Receved 3517 points

Neuschwanstein Castle (Germany)

44. Neuschwanstein Castle (Germany)

Located in the region of Bavaria (Germany), is one of the best known neo-Gothic castles. It was built by Ludwig II of Bavaria, the “mad king”, in 1866 it is the most photographed building in Germany and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.

Receved 3496 points

Mont Saint-Michel (France)

45. Mont Saint Michel (France)

Located on a rocky outcrop in a tidal estuary island Couesnon river, owes its name to the cult dedicated to the archangel Saint Michel abbey. The wondrous architecture of the Mont Saint-Michel and its bay make it the busiest tourist site in Normandy and one of the first in France, with 3,200,000 visitors each year. A statue of St. Michael the Archangel placed at the top of the abbey church stands 170 feet above the shore.World Heritage Site since 1979.

Receved 3487 points

The Mezquita of Cordoba (Spain)

46. ​​Mosque of Cordoba (Spain)

Cordoba Mosque the most important monument of Córdoba, and the entire Andalusian architecture, along with the Alhambra in Granada. The mosque underwent expansion during the Emirate of Cordoba and the Caliphate of Córdoba. With 23,400 square meters, was the world’s second largest mosque surface, behind the Mosque of Mecca, being only reached later by the Blue Mosque. It is one of the most visited tourist areas and has been considered the first of the 12 Treasures of Spain and Heritage.

Receved 3445 points

Bali Island (Indonesia)

47. island of Bali (Indonesia)

It is the westernmost of the lesser Sunda Islands, and is located on a chain. It is a popular tourist destination and is known, like Java, for its delicate arts including dance, sculpture, painting, ofebrería, furs and music. Apart from being a tourist destination, it is a meeting point for worldwide wholesalers, who buy on the island after exporting to their countries of origin.

Receved 3405 points

Virgin forest of the Amazon (Brazil)

48. virgin forest of the Amazon (Brazil)

The Amazonia or Amazon Rainforest is a region in the northern part of South America, located, mostly in Brazil. Includes an extensive tropical forest that runs on both sides of the great Amazon River and is the largest tropical forest in the world. Its area reaches 6 million square meters and covers seven countries.

Receved 3382 points

Sahara Desert

49. Sahara Desert

Located in the north of Africa, is the largest desert plain in the world with more than 9 million square kilometers. It is also the warmest and has 2 and a half million years. It is mainly composed of gravel, sand and dunes.

Receved 3360 points

Forbidden City (China)

50. Forbidden City (China)

It was the imperial palace of China since the Ming Dynasty to the Qing. It is located in the center of Beijing, and for many years was the residence of the Emperor of China as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. Dates from the fifteenth century and is contained 980 buildings. UNESCO named it a World Heritage Site in 1987, considering it the largest exhibition of figures d wood preserved in the world.

Receved 3195 points

Cathedral of Reims (France)

51. Cathedral of Reims (France)

It is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the thirteenth century cult. It is one of the most important Gothic buildings in France both for its extraordinary architecture and its rich statuary. During the Old Regime, was the place of consecration of the ancient kings of France.

Receved 3178 points

Preikestolen cliff and Norwegian fjords (Norway)

52. Risco Preikestolen and Norwegian fjords (Norway)

It is the name of a rock formation on the southwest coast of Norway; This name means “pulpit” in Norwegian. With a height of over 600 meters, imrpesionantes enjoys views over the Norwegian fjords.

Receved 3168 points

Everest (Nepal)

53. Everest (Nepal)

It is the highest mountain in the world above the sea with about 8900 meters. It is located in the Himalayas and marks the border between Nepal and China. Named after the British geographer George Everest.

Receved 3092 points

Terracotta Warriors (China)

54. Terracotta Warriors (China)

The Terracotta Warriors are some figures of this material placed in the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor Chinese. This army, which consists of over 7,000 figures of warriors and horses in real size, was discovered in 1974 during construction work for the supply of irrigation water. Each of these figures has different features and characteristics: mustaches, hair, young, old, different ethnic traits.

Receved 3078 points

The Blue Mosque (Turkey)

55. The Blue Mosque (Turkey)

Located in the city of Istanbul, is the only one that has six minarets. Not the grand exterior overshadows its sumptuous interior, where a veritable symphony of beautiful blue mosaic Izmir, give this space a very special atmosphere. It is the work of a pupil architect Sinan.

Receved 3067 points

The Serengeti (Tanzania)

56. Serengeti (Tanzania)

The Serengeti National Park is a national park in Tanzania with about 13 thousand square kilometers and is famous for the annual migration of wildebeests. The big five animals in the park are the lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rinocerante. It is a World Heritage Site since 1981.

Receved 2744 points

Golden Gate (USA)

57. Golden Gate (USA)

The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge located in the Bay of San Francisco, California. Built between 1933 and 1937, has an approximate length of 1280 meters and is suspended over 200 feet high. It was the largest engineering project of its time and has excellent panoramic (side of San Francisco Bay and the Pacific on the other opens).

Receved 2710 points

Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia)

58. Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia)

The Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt desert in the world. It is located more than 3500 meters in the foothills of the Bolivian Andes.

Receved 2696 points

Giant Sequoias (USA)

59. Giant Sequoias (USA)

Sequoia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cupressaceae. It is the highest cconífera there, reaching 115 meters high and 8 base diameter. The highest concentration of these species is found in the Redwood National Park located a few miles from San Francisco and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1980.

Receved 2682 points

Laguna Verde (Bolivia)

60. Laguna Verde (Bolivia)

The Laguna Verde is a saltwater lagoon located on the high Andean National Reserve Eduardo Abaroa Andean Fauna, Bolivia Potosi in the highlands on the border of Bolivia and Chile. Presents an emerald green color due to the high content of magnesium mineral waters. In this lagoon inhabited by large colonies of flamingos. It is also a great tourist destination as it is at the foot of the volcano Lincancabur.

Receved 2630 points

Built Pools in Huanglong (China)

61. pools in Huanglong Stone (China)

Huanglong is an area of ​​great scenic and historic interest. It is known to this region for their showy terraces formed by calcite deposits, as well as diverse forest ecosystems, snow-capped, waterfalls and hot springs peaks. Huanglong is also home to several endangered species including the giant panda and the Sichuan golden snub-nosed monkey. Huanglong was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1992.

Receved 2614 points

Potala Palace (Dalai Lama) in Tibet (China)

62. Potala Palace (Dalai Lama) in Tibet (China)

It is the ultimate expression of Tibetan architecture and residence of the Dalai Lama since its founding in the seventeenth century. The monument is situated on a mountain about 3700 meters high and covers an area of ​​over 400 thousand square meters. It was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1994.

Receved 2593 points

Yellowstone National Park (USA)

63. Yellowstone Park (USA)

Established in 1872, Yellowstone is the oldest national park in the world and the second-largest in the United States behind only Alaska (9 million square kilometers). It is famous for its geothermal features as it has many geysers and hot springs. Among the fauna found black bears, grizzlies, coyotes, wolves and deer. In 1976 he enrolled in the list of Biosphere Reserves.

Receved 2572 points

Banaue Rice Terraces (Philippines)

64. Banaue Rice Terraces (Philippines)

These rice terraces are about 2000 years old. It is believed they were built by the local people. These terraces are 1,500 meters above sea level and covering an area of ​​over 10 thousand square kilometers. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1995 and endangered in 2001.

Receved 2521 points

Angkor (Cambodia)

65. Angkor (Cambodia)

Angkor is a region of Cambodia that housed successive capitals of the Khmer Empire during its heyday. Only recently this area has been reclaimed from the jungle. Its monuments and temples were declared World Heritage in 1992.

Receved 2469 points

Halong Bay (Vietnam)

66. Halong Bay (Vietnam)

It is a body of water of approximately 1,500 square kilometers in the north of Vietnam. It stretches along a coastline of 120 kilometers and is notable for the presence within karst elements and islands of various sizes and shapes. It is a World Heritage Site since 1994.

Receved 2456 points

Thebes (Egypt)

67. Thebes (Egypt)

It was the capital of the Middle and New Kingdom of Egypt, located in today’s Luxor. It was called the “city of a hundred gates” for its many open doors in their walls but was later called “palaces” for the remains of the monumental religious buildings, which were considered old palaces.The set of Thebes with its Necropolis was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1979.

Receved 2424 points

The Giant's Causeway (Northern Ireland)

68. The Giant’s Causeway (Northern Ireland)

The Giant’s Causeway or the Giants is an area containing some 40,000 basalt columns from the relatively rapid cooling of lava in a crater or caldera that occurred about 60 million years ago. It is located on the northeast coast of Ireland, and was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1986.

Receved 2408 points

The Nile as it passes through Aswan (Egypt)

69. Nile as it passes through Aswan (Egypt)

The Nile is the longest river in Africa, and traditionally, the longest in the world. Traditionally, because today it has relocated the birth of Amaznonas and this has become the longest. The Nile took its current configuration at the end of the Tertiary. Born in Lake Victoria and runs for a total of ten countries before emptying into the Mediterranean. The most beautiful part of the trail is passing through the southern town of Egypt, Aswan, with the combination of water and desert and the beautiful sunsets.

Receved 2405 points

Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe / Zambia)

70. Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe / Zambia)

Victoria Falls are a waterfall the Zambezi River on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. They measure approximately 1.7 km wide and 108 m high. An extraordinary spectacle considered rare due to the narrow gap in which the water falls. Such that the fall can be seen with the naked eye.Since 2010, the Victoria Falls are integrated within the Conservation Area Kavango-Zambezi and is a World Heritage Site since 1989.

Receved 2385 points

Petronas Towers (Malaysia)

71. Petronas Towers (Malaysia)

The Petronas Towers, located in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, were the world’s tallest buildings from 1998 to 2003 is currently the fifth tallest building in the world (the tallest is the Burj Khalifa) and are the tallest twin towers world. These towers have a height of 452 meters. The towers with 88 floors of reinforced concrete and a facade made of steel and glass, have become the symbol of Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia.

Receved 2158 points

Cappadocia (Turkey)

72. Cappadocia (Turkey)

It is a historical region of Turkey, characterized by a unique geological formation in the world and its historical and cultural heritage. A protected area covers nearly 10,000 acres since 1985 is a World Heritage Site.

Receved 2113 points

Shwedagon Pagoda (Myanmar)

73. Shwedagon Pagoda (Myanmar)

Shwedagon is a religious complex in Yangon, the former capital of Burma. It is chaired by the magnificent Shwedagon Paya Stupa surrounded by temples. The stupa is 100 meters high and is covered with gold plating. It is situated on the western shore of Lake Real in Singuttara hills. It is the most sacred Buddhist pagoda for the country because it contains some relics of Buddha.

Receved 2110 points

Carlsbad Caverns (USA)

74. Carlsbad Caverns (USA)

National Park Carlsbad Caverns National Park is a United States located in southeastern New Mexico. Carlsbad was at first a national monument, established by proclamation of President Calvin Coolidge on 25 October 1923 proclaimed Unesco World Heritage Site in December 1995.

Receved 2085 points

Milford Sound (New Zealand)

75. Milford Sound (New Zealand)

The Milford Sound is a fjord located south of New Zealand country. It is the most tourist place in the country and many know him as the “eighth wonder of the world”. It was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.

Receved 2072 points

Parliament of Budapest (Hungary)

76. Parliament of Budapest (Hungary)

It is the most known and touristic building of the Hungarian capital and the center of the country’s legislature and the Library of Parliament. The building, located on the Danube, was built between 1885 and 1904.

Receved 2040 points

Peaks in Li River Guilin (China)

77. Picos Li River in Guilin (China)

They are a beautiful location on the banks of the nearby town of Guilin Li River. Because the beauty of the landscape around the river, Lijiang has become one of the destinations of many tourists.

Receved 1983 points

Sigiriya (Sri Lanka)

78. Sigiriya (Sri Lanka)

Archaeological site containing the ruins of an ancient palace complex built during the reign of Kasyapa. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations. It was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1982.

Receved 1960 points

Baalbek (Lebanon)

79. Baalbek (Lebanon)

Location of Lebanon was once a Phoenician shrine dedicated to God Baal, was later Greek city, and renamed Heliopolis under the rule of Roman emperor Augustus, which has many vestiges of different civilizations. It is one of the most important archaeological sites in the Near East, a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1984.

Receved 1934 points

Monolith Uluru (Ayers Rock) (Australia)

80. monolith Uluru (Ayers Rock) (Australia)

Composed of sandstone rock formation in the center of the Australian country. It is one of the biggest attractions of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and is one of the largest in the world monolotios 348 meters high, nine kilometers of contour and two kilometers and a half underground.

Receved 1911 points

Palace Wat Phra Kaeo (Thailand)

81. Palace Wat Phra Kaeo (Thailand)

It is a Buddhist temple located in Bangkok, the largest in Thailand. Unlike other temples, contains no place for monks inhabit, but has only sacred buildings, statues and pagodas with rich decor. The main building is the central ubosoth, wherein lies the Emerald Buddha. Although it is small in size is the main religious icon of the Thai people.

Receved 1892 points

Kilauea (USA)

82. Kilauea (USA)

The Kilauea volcano, located in the American island state of Hawaii, is one of the largest volcanoes on Earth and one of five that make up the island. It has a height of more than a thousand meters, with a caldera 165 meters deep with a diameter of about 5 kilometers. Natives consider it the home of the goddess Pele (the fire goddess).

Receved 1889 points

Mecca (Saudi Arabia)

83. Mecca (Saudi Arabia)

Mecca is the main city of the region of Hejaz in present-day Saudi Arabia.Birthplace of Muhammad, is the most important of all holy cities of Islam, visited each year by millions of pilgrims. For Muslims, the pilgrimage to Mecca is part of one of the fundamentals of their faith, the so-called pillars of Islam.

Receved 1855 points

Pagodas (Myanmar)

84. Pagodas (Myanmar)

A pagoda is the building of several common levels in several Asian countries, including China, Vietnam, Japan, Thailand and Korea. Most pagodas were built for religious purposes, primarily as part of Buddhism, for which are located near or within Buddhist temples. Because of its height, pagodas attract lightning, which reinforced that they were perceived as spiritually charged places. It also has a symbolic meaning in Buddhism and are sometimes decorated with lotus flower designs.

Receved 1826 points

Wulingyuan peaks Stone (China)

85. Peaks Stone Wulingyuan (China)

They occupy an area of ​​over 26 hectares and consist of quartz sandstone. There are more than 3000 and some exceed 200 meters.These along streams, ravines, gorges, caves and natural parks that surround them form a landscape of extraordinary beauty.

Receved 1757 points

Ganges River as it passes through Varanasi (India)

86. Ganges River as it passes through Varanasi (India)

The Ganges is one of the major rivers of the Indian subcontinent which rises in the Himalayas and empties into the Bay of Bengal. It has long been considered as the sacred river of the Hindus have worshiped as the goddess Ganga in Hinduism.

Receved 1753 points

Kennedy Space Center (USA)

87. kennedy Space Center (USA)

It is a complex of NASA to launch spacecraft located at Cape Canaveral in Florida. Is 55 km long and about 10 km wide, with a total of 567 square kilometers superfice. Around 17,000 people work at the site. Certain areas of the site also serves as an important wildlife sanctuary.

Receved 1733 points

Temple of Borobudur (Indonesia)

88. Temple of Borobudur (Indonesia)

Borobudur is a Buddhist stupa with piramidiforme silhouette which is the world’s largest Buddhist monument. The monument comprises six square platforms topped by three circular platforms, and is decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues. The monument is a Buddhist shrine and place of pilgrimage. Borobudur is the most visited tourist attraction in Indonesia and named Unesco World Heritage Site in 1982.

Receved 1683 points

Gulf of Girolata (France)

89. Girolata Gulf (France)

Gulf of the Mediterranean Sea located on the French island of Corsica. It is surrounded by huge red cliffs over 300 meters high and covered with Maquis. It was built in the World Heritage of Unesco in 1983.

Receved 1673 points

Komodo Dragon Komodo Island (Indonesia)

90. Komodo Dragon Komodo Island (Indonesia)

Komodo is an Indonesian island located in the lesser Sunda islands. It is famous for hosting the Komodo dragons, a unique animal that has justified the inclusion of the area in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Receved 1665 points

Ngorongoro Crater (Tanzania)

91. Ngorongoro Crater (Tanzania)

Known simply as Ngorongoro, is a protected area located in the high volcanic lands of Tanzania. It covers an area of ​​over 8000 square kilometers and became a World Heritage Site in 1979.

Receved 1658 points

Winter Palace Hermitage (Russia)

92. Hermitage Winter Palace (Russia)

Located in St. Petersburg, was between 1732 and 1917, the official residence of the Russian Tsars. The attack suffered during the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 he became an icon of the Russian Revolution. The palace was constructed on a monumental scale which aimed to be a reflection of the greatness and power of Imperial Russia.

Receved 1639 points

Djemaa Elfna (Morocco)

93. Djemaa Elfna (Morocco)

It is the most popular and famous square of the city of Marrakesh. It rises a few meters from the Koutoubia Mosque, which is dominated by its minaret. The square is large and is surrounded on all sides, except for one, the medina souks full of activity principal.Los classified by specialty food stalls, each in its making, flooded with the evening part of the square, which is illuminated by hundreds of lights and flooded with lots of smoke odors. It is a World Heritage Site since 2008.

Receved 1581 points

Lake Baikal (Russia)

94. Lake Baikal (Russia)

It is a tectonic lake located in the southern region of Siberia, Russia. He is also known by the names of “blue eye of Siberia” or “Pearl of Asia” by the quality of its waters, one of the best in the world, due to the low pollution. Unesco declared it a World Heritage Site in 1996.

Receved 1581 points

Mosque of Djenne (Mali)

95. Mosque of Djenne (Mali)

Located in the city of Djenné is the largest sacred building made of adobe in the world and is considered the masterpiece of the Sudanese-Sahelian architecture. It is one of the best known and most visited monuments in Africa and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988.

Receved 1530 points

Aeolian Islands and Stromboli Volcano (Italy)

96. Aeolian Islands and Stromboli Volcano (Italy)

The Aeolian Islands are a volcanic archipelago located in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the coast of Sicily. The Aeolian keep a curious relationship with the stars: they are arranged in a Y, as the belt stars of the constellation Orion. Were declared World Heritage in 2000.

Receved 1503 points

Mosque Hassan II (Morocco)

97. Mosque Hassan II (Morocco)

It is located in the city of Casablanca and is the second largest behind Mecca highest temple in the world. It is of the few mosques in the Muslim world that allow non-Muslim tourists visit. It was built at the express request of King Hassan II in that city and he believed the economic capital of the country should have a characteristic and defining symbol. It has seating for 90,000 people.

Receved 1467 points

Square Naghsh-i Jahan (Iran)

98. Plaza de Naghsh-i Jahan (Iran)

Located in the city of Isfahan, is the largest square in the country. From safábida dynasty is surrounded by historical monuments of the time.Unesco declared it a World Heritage Site in 1979.

Receved 1467 points

Registan Square (Uzbekistan)

99. Registan Square (Uzbekistan)

It was the heart of ancient Sumarcanda, and its name means “Sandy place” in Persian. It was a place of public executions where people gathered to hear royal proclamations. Dating from the sixteenth century and is undoubtedly the main attraction of the country.

Receved 1466 points

Badshahi Mosque (Pakistan)

100. Badshahi Mosque (Pakistan)

Also called “mosque of the Emperor”, was built in 1673 by Mughal emperor in the city of Lahore, Pakistan. It is one of the most important tourist attractions of the city and the country as it is a prime example of Mongolian architecture. It is the country’s second largest mosque and can accommodate 55,000 worshipers.