A lot of new travel attraction, a lot of new destinations… These ten new tourist spots attract a lot of new tourist for the last year:
The Glass Floor Of The Eiffel Tower
Eiffel Tower gets a new interesting detail. Now besides the great view around it, thanks to the new glass under the first floor you can see how is under the Eiffel Tower.
Goods Line Sydney
This newly built walking street in Sydney connects Darling Harbour and University of Technology. I’s expected to have a lot of coffee bars and amphitheater for outdoor events.
New Alcohol Factory in Laverstoke, England
Alcohol factory Bombay Sapphire is situated in small English village Laverstoke has new glass houses which look like they are out of the factory. Looks very interesting, and it is expected numerous visits of tourist.
Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Canada
New modern glass building, which is expected to be new travel attraction in Canada, will be home to exhibitions related to the Holocaust, ethnic cleansing in Bosnia, the life of Nelson Mandela and all other events related to human rights.
Rotterdam is filled with modern and cool architecture. The latest is Markthal, building with 230 apartments built in the shape of a horseshoe. Under it there is a green market.
6. Roller coaster Batman in San Antonio, USA
It’s expected to become roller coaster that every seeker of adrenaline will want to visit. It will be the longest in the world 4D roller coaster.
Congress center Krakow, Poland
Those who visited Poland are not accustomed to such buildings, but residents of Krakow are proud of their new modern congress center. It will be primarily aimed at concerts.
The new tower in Shanghai is the second largest in the world behind Burj Khalifa in Dubai. It is 610 meters high, near River Huangpu. Of course, situated in the modern business district in the city.
Glow in The Dark Cycle Path, Netherlands
A new glow-in-the-dark cycle path has been unveiled in the Netherlands.
The idea was inspired by Van Gogh’s painting The Starry Night. It runs through the Dutch province of North Brabant, the place where the artist was born and raised.
Museum of Tomorrow, Rio De Janeiro
The Museum of Tomorrow will offer visitors the opportunity to engage in personal-choice experiences, have a glimpse of future possibilities and envision how they will live and shape the planet in the next fifty years. The space will explore variations on tomorrows in the fields of matter, life and thought and will debate questions like climate change, population growth and longevity, global integration, the world’s increased diversity of material goods and its decreased natural diversity. It will be a museum where people can follow the trails of their imagination and make their own choices about the future more conscientiously and ethically.