The Louvre Abu Dhabi Is Now One of the 7 Urban Wonders of the World

Based on crowdsourced information from influencers and travelers, with a combined reach of more than 3.5 million, Hilton Hotel & Resorts teamed up with tech platform, LikeWhere to unveil the Seven Urban Wonders Of The World. Some of them might surprise you.
 

Louvre Abu Dhabi – UAE

Opening its doors just last year in November (2017), the Louvre Abu Dhabi is one of the largest museums in the region. The spectacular gallery is home to some of the most incredible pieces of art, including the infamous Salvator Mundi by Leonardo Da Vinci.
 

Camden Market – London

Brightening up London is Camden Market which also makes for a tourist attraction. Camden has a rebellious vibe that appeals to travelers across all ages and offers up crafts, music memorabilia, food stalls and much more.
 

Tsukiji Fish Market – Tokyo

The Tsukiji Fish Market has appeared in literally every guidebook about Tokyo and is high on most visitors’ Tokyo bucket list. It wasn’t just the largest wholesale fish market in Tokyo and Japan, it also held the title for the entire planet.
 

Sydney Opera House — Sydney

Famous for its architecture, the Sydney Opera House is an iconic building and one of the most photographed places in Australia. The famous music hall hosts over 40 shows a week.
 

Temple Street Night Markets – Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s night markets are one of the city’s most exciting spots, displaying everything from food to local craftsmanship. They often close around 2am so you can shop whenever the mood strikes you.
 

The Albertina Museum – Vienna

Set in a former Habsburg palace, this classical building now has a modern twist with striking extensions and great art and history exhibitions.
 

The Bund – Shanghai

Featuring 52 historical structures is a waterfront in Shanghai that stretches over a mile. It is known as the museum of buildings and has a view worth writing home about!

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