Monday, 22 February 2010 12:00 AM
It would reportedly cost Â£29,291 and just over 123 days to visit all one hundred wonders of the modern world.
The figures, revealed by travel insurance provider PJ Hayman, calculated that travellers would spend: Â£18,431 on travel expenses, Â£5,731 on daily living expenses, Â£3,972 on accommodation, Â£590 on entrance fees and attractions, Â£481 on visas and Â£86 on travel insurance.
The traveller would also be likely to spend an additional Â£46.59 per day to cover other eventualities such as food, toiletries and souvenirs.
To see all 100 wonders of the modern world a traveller would visit as many as 44 countries, take over 90 flights and use a variety of transport modes, including taxi, tuktuk, rail, boat and bus.
The countries with the highest numbers of wonders were Italy with twelve, and China with seven.
Thirty one of the wonders are housed in Europe and of the 100 wonders, just 31 are natural – such as Niagara Falls and Mt Everest – as opposed to man made wonders such as the New York Skyline and the Pyramids of Egypt.
The Rio Carnival and the Serengeti Migration are the only two wonders that are time dependent.
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