Named the most crowded attractions where tourists do not push through

The most overcrowded sights where tourists can't overcrowd have been named

The most crowded sights in Europe were presented to tourists by the specialized Internet portal The Thinkig Traveler. The rating was compiled by specialized review aggregators and social networks for the keywords “too busy”, “too crowded”. Attention was given to all European countries as a whole, as well as Italy, Spain and Greece, the most popular among tourists in summer. The experts also identified the most crowded beaches.

Among the top 10 attractions in Europe that most often receive the review “crowded” half was in the UK. Which, however, is not surprising for an English-language site. Moreover, there are two of them in the top three. The busiest attraction is Edinburgh Castle in Scotland. The second is Buckingham Palace. And only in third place is Siam Park in Tenerife.

The full list looks like this:

  1. Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
  2. Buckingham Palace, England< /li>
  3. Siam Park, Tenerife, Spain
  4. Grand Canal, Venice, Italy.
  5. Roman Baths, Bath, England
  6. Tower of London, England
  7. Louvre, Paris, France
  8. Acropolis, Athens, Greece
  9. British Museum , London, England
  10. Orsay Museum, Paris, France

As for the most crowded attractions in tourist countries, in Italy, the Grand Canal in Venice was in the top three, The Vatican Museums and the Colosseum. In Spain, in addition to the mentioned park in Tenerife, there are two famous attractions of Barcelona on the list, with the Sagrada Familia giving way to the Boquería market in second place. And in Greece, the most crowds are not only on the Acropolis, but also in the ancient villages on Rhodes and in the Parthenon (part of the Acropolis). The most crowded beaches were the Greek Elafonisi in Crete, Bournemouth beach in the UK and the Fig Tree beach in the Cypriot resort of Protaras, well known to Russian tourists.

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