Travelers dream for months about their next destination country. They check their bucket list, set a budget, do some research, ask for suggestions and others' experiences, study the weather of the country they are aiming to go to, and consider the length of their stay. Then, according to all these criteria, they start planning their next long-awaited vacations. Some tourists travel to discover different cultures, ancient civilizations, and landmarks, as well as to learn a new language, others get on a plane to attend a music festival, escape the stressful life and relax on a marvelous white sand beach with clear crystal blue water, explore new fauna and flora in an amazing rainforest, or try some adventurous activities like skydiving, desert safari, etc. Everyone seeks a different traveling goal, but all tourists strive for a new incredible experience. Here are the world’s top 5 cheapest landmarks to visit according to www.slingo.com.

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The Cheapest Landmarks To Visit Taj Mahal, India

The Taj Mahal is a huge mausoleum made of white marble that was constructed in Agra between 1631 and 1648 upon the orders of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in honor of his favorite wife. It is the crowning achievement of Muslim art in India and among the most revered works of art in all of human history. In all the Indo-Islamic architecture, the Taj Mahal is regarded as the best architectural achievement.

  • Best time to visit: The optimum time to discover the monument is early summer, specifically from March to June. Additionally, Monday through Thursday are the ideal days to schedule a visit.
  • How to get there: A day trip from Delhi or by rail connections.
  • Entrance fee: $14.19
  • Accommodation fee: $31.46 per night at a nearby hotel

Mount Fuji, Japan

With a height of 3776 meters (12388.45 feet), Mount Fuji is the highest peak in Japan. This magnificent volcano attracts both artists and ordinary people. Although the peak itself may appear more appealing from a distance than up close, the panorama on sunny days and the pleasure of hiking in the morning hours with hundreds of other climbers from around the world who have the same interests are immensely rewarding.

  • Best time to see the mountain: The greatest time to view Mount Fuji is in the winter, in the morning or night, and around particularly December and January.
  • Best location to see it from: Yokohama and Tokyo on clear days; From the train as it travels between Osaka and Tokyo or at Shin-Fuji Station.
  • Entrance fee: For free
  • Accommodation fee: $69.00 per night at a nearby hotel

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The Great Sphinx, Egypt

One of the most renowned statues in the world and the one most closely connected with Ancient Egypt is the Great Sphinx of Giza. The sculpture, carved out of limestone on the Giza plateau during the time of the Old Kingdom of Egypt (2613–2181 B.C.), depicts a reclining lion with the head of a Pharaoh.

  • Best time to visit: The Great Sphinx is best visited in the winter between October and March. More precisely, between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM, to avoid the crowds.
  • How to get there: By taxi, automobile, or bus tour is the simplest method to travel to the monument. Parking at the lot outside the Giza Plateau entrance is free, but touring the complex in a car and stopping inside for some photos requires a vehicle pass.
  • Entrance fee: $5.37
  • Accommodation fee: $71.74 per night at a nearby hotel

Great Wall Of China, China

A unified defense system against incursions from the north was formed around 220 B.C. under Qin Shi Huang’s dynasty by joining pieces of older fortresses. In 1644, The Great Wall was still being built under the supervision of the Ming dynasty, making it the biggest military edifice in the world. Only its architectural significance rivals its historical and tactical relevance.

  • Best time to visit: Spring is the ideal season to visit the wall. The scenery is especially lovely from April to June when flowers in full bloom cover the mountains.
  • How to get there: Tourists shall take the Airport Express Line or the metro and trains
  • Entrance fee: $9.71
  • Accommodation fee: $76.77 per night at a nearby hotel

Great Pyramids Of Giza, Egypt

Built around 4,500 years ago, the Great Pyramids of Giza were designed to last forever, and they have until now. The massive tombs date back to the Old Kingdom of Egypt. The pharaohs believed that they would live as gods after passing away. Therefore, they built temples and enormous tombs for themselves as preparations for the afterlife, each containing everything a monarch would require to govern and survive later. Worthy of mention, the pyramids are among the seven wonders of the world.

  • Best time to visit: The Great Pyramids of Giza are best visited in the winter between October and March. More precisely, between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM, to avoid the crowds.
  • How to get there: By taxi, automobile, or bus tour is the simplest method to travel to the monument. Parking at the lot outside the Giza Plateau entrance is free, but touring the complex in a car and stopping inside for some photos requires a vehicle pass.
  • Entrance fee: $23.63
  • Accommodation fee: $71.74 per night at a nearby hotel