Travel Photography Photos tagged as tourists
Along the length of the Pont d'Iena bridge you can see some of the many tourists which walk over the bridge, taking photos and enjoying the views which it provides.
In this photo you can see the famous I M Pei pyramid and the courtyard of the Louvre Museum, also showing some of the concrete blocks which are placed around specifically for tourists to use to get a great vantage point for a photo. Want to learn more? Go to www.eutouring.com/images_louvre_museum.html
Here you can see many people setting up cameras or sitting down on the steps at Palais de Chaillot waiting for dusk to settle and for the Eiffel Towers famous lights to switch on.
In this photo not only can you see the base of the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris but you can also see just how many tourists there are in the area beneath the monument and along the Champ de Mars. You may be interested in more; www.eutouring.com/images_paris.html
In this photo you can see the Pont de l'Archeveche bridge in Paris, showing a couple and tourists enjoying the view as well as the two love lock covered railings of the bridge which spans over the River Seine.
It's impossible to get a picture by yourself at any of the ancient temples of Angkor.
Arriving early for a chance to capture the sunrise over Angkor Wat is a must...apparently. We got there around 5:30 and by 6 or so this is what the crowd was like.
90-minute trip into Chicago was quite an adventure!
I find a group of tourists on the runtur. Hello friends!
MANZANILLO eco tourists
MANZANILLO tourists taking pictures
I have no idea who any of these people are
little buggies we drove in that slid through traffic and in between buses
Sitting on the balcony of the Hermitage, sipping a cup of tea, we watched the tourists file in and out of their tourbuses, while Mt. Cook stood magnificent aloof in the distance, pretending the blue sky behind it was nothing out of the ordinary.