Get your pen and paper ready – weve got seven more landmarks to add to your travel bucket list.
The seven Urban Wonders of the World have just been revealed by Hilton Hotel & Resorts.
Hoteliers teamed with tech partner LikeWhere to determine the city sights that are a must-see.
Researchers ranked each place on local cuisine, architecture, diversity, heritage and culture.
These are the winners of the competitive contest:
HE-ART of ABU DHABI: The Louvre is one of the most modern museums in the world (Pic: GETTY)
1. Louvre, UAE
Forget Paris, Abu Dhabis art gallery is one of the most jaw-dropping in the world.
The cost of the building totals £450 million, making it a spectacle in itself.
Opened in 2017, the modern museum hosts a wide array of exhibitions, from animals to Japanese decor.
AUS-OME: The Syndey Opera House is a must-see landmark (Pic: GETTY)
2. Sydney Opera House, Australia
We should all head Down Under to visit this famous performing arts venue.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts its own concert hall, theatre, studio and playhouse.
After stopping off at the Opera House, you can check out the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
GO FISH: Sample some sushi at this popular market (Pic: GETTY)
3. Tsukiji Fish Market, Japan
Tokyos wonder is the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world.
Tourists can browse the many retail shops and restaurants that are packed in the narrow lanes.
Many indulge in delicious sushi breakfasts, which are served from five in the morning.
LONDON CALLING: Pop down to Camden for a spot of culture (Pic: GETTY)
4. Camden Market, The UK
You dont even have to venture out of Britain to visit an urban wonder.
Head to north west London to check out Camden Market, Hampstead Road Lock and Regents Canal.
Craft stalls, fashion boutiques and street food are among the delights available for visitors.
SKY HIGH: The Bund is a great location to take in the urban landscape (Pic: GETTY)
5. The Bund, China
The picturesque waterfront is located in central Shanghai.
Those who take a look along the western bank of the Huangpu River are treated to the jaw-dropping skyline.
The modern skyscrapers of Lujiazui are among the sights that can be taken in.
SHOP TIL YOU DROP: There are plenty of goods to be purchased at this bustling market (Pic: GETTY)
6. Temple Street Night Markets, Hong Kong
This is one of the busiest flea markets in Hong Kong – and its popular with tourists and locals alike.
The place is sometimes referred to as Mens Street as it specialises in mens fashion.
Watches, jeans, T-shirts and shoes are among the wares on offer.
You can also pick up some food and enjoy a Cantonese opera show while youre visiting.
CULTURE VULTURE: Browse the exhibits at this picturesque museum (Pic: GETTY)
7. Albertina, Austria
Vienna is famous for its culture and are scene, so its no surprise that this museum has made the list.
Set in a former Hasburg palace, the Albertina is one of the most striking buildings in the Austrian capital.
Tourists can browse a number of exciting exhibitions at the venue, from Impressionist art to early print work.