The Top 20 Places People Went in 2015

Have you "checked in" on Facebook in the past year? Well, according to the stats, it's possible you went to one of the following places.

Facebook tallied the most common places social media enthusiasts went in 2015, and - SURPRISE! - none of them are in Australia.

Disney Properties topped the list of 20 places - and you can imagine why. (Let's just say dropping a photo of Queen Elsa of Arendelle will probably earn you maximum Facebook likes.)

The rest of the list seems divided between theme parks and the world's post famous tourist sites, with Paris and New York City leading the most popular cities.

How many can you tick off the list? 

  1. Disney Properties 
  2. Universal Studios Properties
  3. Times Square, New York, USA
  4. Eiffel Tower, Paris 

  5. Niagara Falls, USA/Canada
  6. Siam Paragon, Bangkok, Thailand
  7. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA
  8. Yosemite National Park, California, USA 

  9. The Louvre, Paris, France
  10.  Central Park, New York, USA
  11.  Beto Carrero World, Brazil
  12.  Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
  13.  Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
  14.  Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 

  15.  Ibirapuera Park, Brazil
  16.  Hollywood Walk of Fame, California, USA
  17.  Madison Square Park, New York, USA
  18.  Santa Monica Pier, California
  19.  Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
  20.  Expo Milano 2015, Milan, Italy

For those who didn't leave the country this year, chances are you were hanging around these places: 

  1. Crown Melbourne
  2. Melbourne Cricket Ground
  3. Darling Harbour
  4. Sydney Opera House
  5. Taronga Zoo
  6. Warner Bros. Movie World
  7. Sea World
  8. Australia Zoo
  9. Melbourne Zoo
  10.  Dreamworld Australia

Where was the best place you went this year? Let us know in the comment section, below. 

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