Enjoy 'Wonders of the World' without the Crowds - Bing Travel article

They’re called the wonders of the world for a reason; consider the grandeur of the Taj Mahal, the history of the Roman Colosseum and the otherworldly mystique of Chichen Itza: A visit to one of these spectacles is a time to be filled with awe. It’s not a time to be filled with loathing for the […]

Globe of Science and InnovationThey’re called the wonders of the world for a reason; consider the grandeur of the Taj Mahal, the history of the Roman Colosseum and the otherworldly mystique of Chichen Itza: A visit to one of these spectacles is a time to be filled with awe. It’s not a time to be filled with loathing for the throngs of tourists hemming you in from all sides. Peter Greenberg in his new Bing Travel article, gives you the scoop on how to enjoy the globe’s most majestic attractions without being surrounded by crowds. His biggest across-the-board tip: Go as early in the morning as possible. Besides helping you beat your fellow tourists to the punch, early-morning visits can help you stay out of the afternoon heat, and many sites — notably Machu Picchu and the pyramids at Giza — are never more stunning than at sunrise.

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