7 tourist spots that might disappoint youBy Angela https://pictolic.com/en/article/7-tourist-spots-that-might-disappoint-you
The Walt Disney Company is one of the largest media corporations in the world. Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Donald Duck and Winnie the Pooh have become iconic and world famous. However, being fascinated by the cartoons is not the same as being fascinated by the amusement park visitor. The first Disneyland opened in California almost 60 years ago and was a successful venture. Therefore, several more parks were built: in the USA, in Tokyo and Paris. For more than a decade, visitors have had fun and enjoyed the fun rides at Disneyland, however, the park has ceased to meet the modern requirements and expectations of today's tourists. (Photo: Cd637; CC 3.0).
Paris, symbolized by the Eiffel Tower, has taken third place in the ranking of the most visited cities in the world. The capital of France attracts tourists like a magnet. More than 15 million people visit it every year. Many say that Paris has become a victim of its own popularity. During the peak season, you can be 100% sure that the most famous sights, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre or the Quai d'Orsay boulevard, you will meet crowds of tourists. Therefore, many tourists may be somewhat disappointed with the bustling and noisy Paris. (Photo: ShutterStock).
Jamaica attracts tourists all year round with its sunshine and high temperatures. This small country, which is located between Cuba and Haiti in the Caribbean, lives off the income from tourism. Nevertheless, as it turned out, today's tourist for a good holiday is no longer enough just the sun and the beach. (Photo: ShutterStock).
This is the city that never sleeps. The population of the "Big Apple", as New York is also called in America, only within the city limits is more than 8 million inhabitants. It is the capital of business, media, science, art, fashion and entertainment. In tourist catalogs, New York is presented as some kind of futurological oasis for tourists. In addition to seeing and visiting architectural sights and places of worship in New York, as in any other metropolis, you will get "bright" experiences from huge traffic jams, noise, roar and crowds of ubiquitous New Yorkers. (Photo: ShutterStock).
Huge ferries and cruise ships proudly await their passengers in various ports around the world. In Russia, for example, sea cruises from St. Petersburg to Scandinavia are popular. Tourist firms tempt clients with elegant interiors and on-board entertainment. However, readers of the Huffington Post Internet portal were more disappointed than fascinated by sea cruises on ferries and liners. (Photo: ShutterStock).
The city built on the water is one of the main attractions of Italy. Thanks to its uniqueness and architecture, Venice is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tourism is the main source of income for city residents. This is a must visit place for travelers in Europe. Like any popular place, Venice is primarily a large number of ubiquitous tourists. It is also a very expensive city. As it turned out, many tourists were disappointed with Venice. (Photo: ShutterStock).
The Hawaiian Islands are an archipelago of over 100 islands in the Pacific Ocean between the United States and Oceania. Although in reality only 7 largest islands are inhabited. Travel agencies present this tropical paradise as an ideal place for a carefree holiday. However, the Huffington Post's multimillion-dollar audience decided that the colorful advertising offers and promises of heaven on earth did not really correspond to Hawaiian reality. (Photo: ShutterStock).