A new study has revealed which famous landmarks and experiences top Brit’s bucket lists, with the Great Wall of China taking the top spot.
A survey conducted by YouGov has revealed just where Brits are putting on their travel bucket lists, with over 5,000 quizzed about which attractions in the world they want to see the most. 10 options were given, with the Taj Mahal, Christ the Redeemer and Machu Picchu all on the list.
The Great Wall of China has taken the top spot: 38% of those taking part in the study prioritised a visit to the iconic mad made landmark above all others offered in the study.
Respondents were asked which three world wonders they’d most like to see. Check out how the ten options were rated:
1. The Great Wall of China (38%)
2. Machu Picchu (32%)
3. Taj Mahal (29%)
4. Great Pyramid of Giza (25%)
5. The Colosseum (23%)
6. The Empire State Building (21%)
7. Petra (17%)
= 7. None of these (17%)
8. Christ the Redeemer (16%)
9. The Acropolis of Athens (14%)
10. Stonehenge (95)
When asked which experiences they’d most like to have, respondents overwhelmingly chose seeing the Northern Lights as one of their top 3; seeing the Egyptian Pyramids and swimming with dolphins were also popular choices.