With over 876 million visitors to this list, you would probably listen to the crowd.

Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar tops the list with 91 million visitors.

Only 11 lucky countries have those 50 most visited attractions of the world. With United States in the lead with 26 attractions and 429 million visitors, Mexico coming second with 2 attractions and 105 million visitors, then Japan with 5 attractions and 101 million visitors. India, Turkey, Thailand, Italy
and Australia made the list with one attraction only.

Fifteen theme park attractions listed in world’s top 50 most-visited attractions, including 4 theme parks from Disney.

UK, Spain or Germany didn’t make the list, despite being in the top 10 most visited countries (by international tourist arrivals in 2014, according to UNWTO). The attractions included are cultural and historical sites, natural landmarks, and officially designated spaces.

Here is the list (credit to Travel and Leisure Magazine here)

Position Place Visitor Continent Country
1 Grand Bazaar, Istanbul 91,250,000 Europe Turkey
2 The Zócalo, Mexico City 85,000,000 North America Mexico
3 Times Square, New York City 50,000,000 North America USA
4 (tie) Central Park, New York City 40,000,000 North America USA
5 (tie) Union Station, Washington, D.C. 40,000,000 North America USA
6 Las Vegas Strip 30,500,000 North America USA
7 (tie) Meiji Jingu Shrine, Tokyo 30,000,000 Asia Japan
8 (tie) Sensoji Temple, Tokyo 30,000,000 Asia Japan
9 Niagara Falls, New York and Ontario 22,000,000 North America USA
10 Grand Central Terminal, New York City 21,600,000 North America USA
11 Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico City 20,000,000 North America Mexico
12 Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, Orlando, Florida 18,588,000 North America USA
13 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston 18,000,000 North America USA
14 Tokyo Disneyland 17,214,000 Asia Japan
15 Disneyland Park, California 16,202,000 North America USA
16 Forbidden City, Beijing 15,340,000 Asia China
17 Golden Gate National Recreation Area, San Francisco 14,289,121 North America USA
18 Tokyo DisneySea 14,084,000 Asia Japan
19 Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris 14,000,000 Europe France
20 Golden Gate Park, San Francisco 13,000,000 North America USA
21 Balboa Park, San Diego 12,000,000 North America USA
22 South Street Seaport, New York City 12,000,000 North America USA
23 San Antonio River Walk, Texas 11,500,000 North America USA
24 Epcot, Disney World, Orlando, Florida 11,229,000 North America USA
25 St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, Italy 11,000,000 Europe Italy
26 Great Wall of China 10,720,000 Asia China
27 Sacré Coeur Basilica, Paris 10,500,000 Europe France
28 Disneyland Park, France 10,430,000 Europe France
29 Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Florida 10,198,000 North America USA
30 Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Florida 10,110,000 North America USA
31 Universal Studios Japan, Osaka, Japan 10,100,000 Asia Japan
32 Hollywood Walk of Fame, California 10,000,000 North America USA
33 Pike Place Market, Seattle 10,000,000 North America USA
34 Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee 9,345,695 North America USA
35 Musée du Louvre, Paris 9,334,000 Europe France
36 Navy Pier, Chicago 8,900,000 North America USA
37 Disney’s California Adventure,California 8,514,000 North America USA
38 Sydney Opera House, Sydney 8,200,000 Australia Australia
39 Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Orlando, Florida 8,141,000 North America USA
40 (tie) Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C. 8,000,000 North America USA
41 (tie) Grand Palace, Bangkok 8,000,000 Asia Thailand
42 (tie) Pier 39, San Francisco 8,000,000 North America USA
43 Palace of Versailles, France 7,527,122 Europe France
44 Ocean Park, Hong Kong 7,475,000 Asia China
45 Bourbon Street, New Orleans 7,470,000 North America USA
46 National Museum of China, Beijing 7,450,000 Asia China
47 (tie) Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong 7,400,000 Asia China
48 (tie) Lotte World, Seoul 7,400,000 Asia South Korea
49 Everland, Gyeonggi-Do, South Korea 7,303,000 Asia South Korea
50 Taj Mahal, Agra, India 7,000,000 Asia India

Source: Travel and Leisure