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The Pokemon hunt – where to find them in the world

As the world tumbles toward the serial hunting and capturing of Pokemon – thanks to Pokemon Go, people all over the world have been spotting pokemons in the most unlikely of places. Unlikely. Or so we thought. Lookout for these places on your next travel spree!
Or, you know, just plan your vacation accordingly with us. Yes, there’s no distance too far to journey for a pokemon. It’s true! We stand by it.

Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia

Psyduck and Magikarp at the Circular Quay in Australia

The Opera House in Sydney, Australia is apparently a gym. For the uninformed ones, gyms are places where the Pokemons are trained. So far the pokemons Psyduck and Magikarp seem to make frequent appearances here!

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, United States

Zubat at the Metropolian Museum of Art in New York

 

The Zubats pokemon were reported as seen flying around ancient Roman sculptures, encyclopaedic collections and antique weaponry from around the world.

Big Ben or Savoy Hotel, London, United Kingdom

Pidgeotto at the Big Ben in UK

Another Pokemon gym is the Big Ben in London. Allegedly most historic buildings and their surroundings are said to be Poke Stops – places where you can recharge and purchase for your pokemons. Pidgeotto seems to, often, make an appearance near the Big Ben.

Central Park, New York, United States

Pidgeotto in Central Park at USA

The Central Park is filled with Pokemon Gyms and the Pidgeotto pokemon seems to make an appearance here.

State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

State Library of Victoria
Image credit – stumblingpast

Another gym, it is common to see other people sitting on the steps, training their pokemon.

The Colosseum, Rome, Italy

Pikachu, Squirtle, and few other Pokemons near the Colosseum in Rome

Rome is, itself, said to be crawling with Pokemons like PikachuSquirtle and Oddish. The Colosseum, in specific, is filled with Espeon, Umbreon and Makuhita to name a few.

Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England

Eevee on Stonehedge in London

The adorable Eevee is said to appear here.

Disneyland, Anaheim, California, United States

Disneyland at USA
Image credit – 1zoom

Now a pokemon breeding ground, from the Bugs Land to the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad – Disneyland is crawling with Pokemons. Additional tip – the Sleeping Beauty Castle is now a top tier gym!

Singapore Flyer, Singapore

Poliwag on the Singapore Flyer

Meanwhile the Singapore Flyer sees Poliwag welcoming everyone into the ride.

 

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