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TORONTO — So if you had to guess the world’s most Googled tourist attraction, would you go with a natural wonder or a manmade landmark?
If you picked the latter, then you’d be Googling among the majority as Disneyland has been named by Globehunters as the most Googled site among a long and impressive list of 80 tourist attractions.
In fact, not only did Disneyland in California rank #1, it was closely followed by other Disney sites in the #2 and #3 spots.
Way to go, Disney!
Here are the top 15 most Googled attractions:
1. Disneyland, Anaheim – 1,702,000 searches per month
2. Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Vallée – 1,222,000 searches per month
3. Disney World, Orlando – 1,144,000 searches per month
4. Taj Mahal, Agra – 1,063,000 searches per month
5. Machu Picchu, Peru – 1,056,000 searches per month
6. Grand Canyon, Arizona – 884,000 searches per month
7. Burj Khalifa, Dubai – 859,000 searches per month
8. Eiffel Tower, Paris – 793,000 searches per month
9. Yellowstone, Wyoming – 761,000 searches per month
10. Niagara Falls, New York and Ontario – 719,000 searches per month
11. Sagrada Família, Barcelona – 680,000 searches per month
12. Statue of Liberty, New York – 658,000 searches per month
13. Pantheon, Rome – 513,000 searches per month
14. Notre-Dame de Paris, Paris – 496,000 searches per month
15. Buckingham Palace, London – 494,000 searches per month
For the complete top 30 list, go to https://www.globehunters.ca/blog/the-world-s-most-googled-tourist-attractions.htm.