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Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travel List – How Many Have You Visited?

Lonely Planet have released their list of 500 Ultimate Travel Sights – Mr Fletche and I have a long long way to go before we’ve even ticked off the top 20 (I haven’t even done the British Museum can you believe!)
1.    Temples of Angkor, Cambodia
2.    Great Barrier Reef, Australia
3.    Machu Picchu, Peru
4.    Great Wall of China
5.    Taj Mahal, India
6.    Grand Canyon, USA
7.    Colosseum, Italy
8.    Iguazu Falls, Argentina
9.    Alhambra, Spain
10.    Aya Sofya, Turkey
11.    Fez Medina, Morocco
12.    Twelve Apostles, Australia
13.    Petra, Jordan
14.    Tikal, Guatemala
15.    British Museum, England
16.    Sagrada Familia, Spain
17.    Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
18.    Santorini, Greece
19.    Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
20.    Museum of Old and New Art, Australia
How many of these amazing sights have you visited – and do they deserve their place in the top 20?  And what should we DEFINITELY put on our travel wish list?
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19 thoughts on “Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travel List – How Many Have You Visited?

  1. Oh my goodness! This is an incredible list! I plan on travelling when I’m retired and I’ve found so many places I want to go from people sharing their vacations on the blogoshpere. Thanks for sharing your list! I’ve got more good ideas!

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  2. I, unfortunately, have not visited one of the places on your list, but your list is AMAZING! We are heading to Arizona this winter, so hopefully we will swing through the Grand Canyon. 🙂

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  3. Deary me. I’ve only been to four on that list. It’s a shame they didn’t pick anything from Japan. I could have a top 20 list just in Japan!! ❤

    I would like to visit quite a few of those places, but I hate the idea of just ticking things off a list. I often like the smaller, less famous sights because there are often less tourists and more real culture. I like seeing how people really live.

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