Tourism Slogans of the World. Let’s Take a Look.

Posted: December 16, 2016 in Humor, Maps
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So I ran across these maps of tourism slogans, and they are interesting, amusing and sometimes just plain bad. Take a look. My comments are below the maps.

AFRICA

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Wait. Morocco’s is “Much Mor”? What? Isn’t “Mor” less than “Morocco”? And check out Iran: “You Are Invited”. That’s just riveting right there. Makes you want to pack a bag and go. And then we have Tajikistan’s “Feel the Friends”, which is illegal without permission here in the states. I really like the slogan for Mauritius, though. “It’s a Pleasure.” Cool.

EUROPE
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Ah, some great ones here. “Inspired by Iceland.” Huh? And who knew that Latvia was “Best Enjoyed Slowly”? Cool to see that Albania blatantly stole from a Fleetwood Mac song with “Go Your Own Way.” But my favorite? “I Feel Like Tunisia.” Who doesn’t really?

ASIA
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Gotta love Oman’s – “Beauty Has An Address”. It does? What is it exactly, Oman, World? And according to Bhutan, “Happiness is a Place.” Good to know. My favorite is Mongolia’s, though. “Go Nomadic”.

SOUTH AMERICA
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“Venezuela Is Your Destination”? For realz? Wouldn’t you already know that? Doesn’t “Make Venezuela Your Destination” make more sense? I mean, still bad but better, right? And what’s the deal will all this feeling? Paraguay, “You Have To Feel It”. Easy there, handsy. And what about El Salvador? “The 45-Minute Country”? Da hell? Is that how long it takes to transverse it? I’m so confused. The best by far, though, is “Land of the Incas”. I see you Peru.

NORTH AMERICA
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“Columbia Is Magical Realism”? Huh? I guess that’s better than, “Cocaine For Days!” though. But hey, at least it isn’t “A Curious Place” like Belize. And come on, Canada. You’re better than that.

So there ya go, Tourism Slogans of the World. Bet you never thought you’d learn those today. You’re welcome.

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