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The world’s wackiest tourist attractions

The world is full of great sites and attractions we’re all dying to visit, from the Great Wall of China and the Taj Mahal to Niagara Falls and the Empire State Building, but if you dig a little deeper you will discover the world is jam packed with weird and wonderful attractions. Forget the Sydney Opera house or the Pyramids - here are five of the world’s most bizarre and outrageous tourist attractions...

Yunessun Spa Resort, Japan


Ever enjoyed a beverage so much you wanted to swim in it? Well over at the Yunessun Resort in Japan you can do just that! Guests at this crazy spa can choose to take a soak in not just water but green tea, coffee, wine, beer and even sake!

Bubblegum Alley, California


Bubblegum Alley in downtown San Luis Obispo has turned the annoying sight of gum on the street into a work of art that draws in people from all over the world flying to the USA to marvel at this unique, albeit slightly disgusting, alley. The wall has been topped up with the chewing gum of pedestrians since 1970, despite many attempts from politicians and shop owners to clean it up.

The Paris Sewer Museum, France


Forget about the beautiful architecture and incredible museums above ground in Paris, every year hundreds of people journey to Paris to visit its sewer museum which runs right underneath the capital. History buffs can learn about the history of France’s sewers, but be warned, this museum is not ideal for anyone who is claustrophobic.

Carhenge, Nebraska


Back in the states there is another unusual attraction that draws in a few more tourist than Bubblegum Alley. Designed in a similar style to England’s Stonehenge, Carhenge is made up of 38 cars and trucks all painted grey to resemble stone.

Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic


Last but most certainly not least on our list is the creepy Sedlec Ossuary located just outside of Prague. This small Roman Catholic ossuary’s interior is decorated with around 40,000 human skeletal remains, including an intricate chandelier and even a coat of arms made up entirely of human bones!

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