Pokemon Everywhere You GO: Best Travel Photos

Pokémon Go the Smart phone App that encourages players to get off their couch and explore the physical world around them was launched in the UK, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Germany in the last days and has invaded the world by storm.
Many tourism departments have begun creating marketing programs centred on the mobile game, restaurants, landmarks and shops have also jumped on the band wagon and this has lead to some pretty brilliant Photos. Here is the best ones we have found.


Magikarp spotted at National September 11 Memorial & Museum, New York.

Pikachu climbing the Preah Vihear Temple, Cambodia.

Squirtle on the wing of a 747, thanks to Wifi now on many flights.

Disney vs Pokemon- Pidgeotto and Magikarp stealing the show at Disney World Orlando, Florida.

A controversial Pokemon catch of Koffing at Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland.

Magmar on the pitch of a MLS Football game just wanting the ball, but it seems he got the poke ball instead.

A Drowzee waiting for the New Prime Minister Theresa May at 10 Downing Street, London.

The Pokemon Krabby escaping the water in front of the Sydney Opera House, Australia.

A Jigglypuff trying to get a home run at Dodgers Stadium, Los Angeles.

A Poliwag trying to swirl the Leaning Tower of Pisa straight again.

A very warm Charmander Heating up the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt.

Squirtle stealing Idras Elba's thunder at the Star Trek Beyond in London this week.

Ekans spotted in Texas hanging around beware of snakes sign.

Sandshrew spotted digging around the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

Eevee soaking up the radiation at Stonehenge, England.

Drowzee Distracting us from doing work in the office at BeatTheTravelAgent today.
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