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These are the world’s most complained-about attractions, according to a new study

The world is peppered with famous tourist attractions that most people are keen to visit at least once in their life.

However, a new study has shed light on the ones that are the most disappointing.

Online casino site Mr Q has rounded up the ‘most complained-about’ attractions, after analysing 80,000 negative Trustpilot and TripAdvisor reviews.

So which one came out on top?

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It seems the Hollywood Walk of Fame scooped first place with 20% of all reviews giving it either one or two stars, and numerous complaints about its lack of cleanliness.

The second attraction on the list is the Palace of Versailles – found just outside of Paris. Overall, guests complained about overcrowding, the cost of the entry fee and the poor upkeep of the garden. Oh dear.

Stonehenge ranked third on the list, with many people noting the high entry fee and the underwhelming nature of the attraction itself.

Two other UK attractions also ranked within the top ten – with Big Ben coming in at number five (perhaps down to the fact it’s been covered in scaffolding for the past few years), as well as Buckingham Palace at number 10.

The Hollywood sign, The White House and the Empire State Building also made it into the top 10.

Most complained-about attractions:

1. Hollywood Walk of Fame, USA
2. Palace of Versailles, France
3. Stonehenge, UK
4. Hollywood sign, USA
5. Big Ben, UK
6. The White House, USA
7. Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy
8. Empire State Building, USA
9. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
10. Buckingham Palace, UK

As well as attractions, the company also looked into ‘most complained-about’ restaurant chains and supermarkets.

All the findings for the study can be found here.


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