Perhaps the best thing about comic book superhero stories is that they don’t only target the young demographic. In fact, plenty of DC-based characters such as Batman have taken a dark turn in their respective comic book series, which, of course, have become appealing to the more mature audience. Our love for superheroes has transcended time, and it is for this very reason that theme parks all over the world have begun adopted superhero themes.
So if you like going to places that pay tribute to the world’s most popular superheroes, here are some of the best tourist spots that you can visit across the globe.
Marvel Superhero Island, USA
image credits: WDW, Official Ticket Center
Below are the top 10 places to be explored in 2014.
The first that tops the list is Brazil. It is the largest country of South America. This area is renowned for its colorful life, diverse ecosystems, annual carnivals and planet’s most beautiful colonial village, wildlife and endless strands of sun-kissed beaches. Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo are the most famous tourist cities in Brazil. Rio is famous for its idyllic golden beaches and picture perfect mountains since São Paulo is famous for its various attractions like Sala São Paulo and many more. Beyond Brazil’s famous cities is the beauty of iconic Iguaçu Falls – where 275 waterfalls crash across the border with Argentina which is simply unforgettable. Brazil had gone and snagged two of the most coveted sporting events in the world, beginning with the 2014 FIFA World Cup and followed two years later by the 2016 Summer Olympics. The most suitable period in 2014 to visit Brazil from 28 February to 4 March as millions of revelers are coming to enjoy the amid sun, sand and samba for Rio de Janeiro’s famous annual Carnival celebrations and from 12 June to 13 July as the world’s biggest football party kicks off in São Paulo and ends in Rio de Janeiro a month later, hitting 10 more cities in between in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The grounds are very much justified for the visit and making a must visit in 2014.