If Pokémon Go has given you the pep in your step life coaches could only dream about, then it won’t be long before you’ll want to take your Pokémon hunting abroad, right?
After tramping the highways and byways of our own little emerald isle, it’ll be no time before you’ll start imagining pastures new, and envisioning the number of Squirtles and Sandshews which are nestled among them.
Let’s be honest, there’s only so much rambling around your own neighbourhood you can do before you start wondering what other countries have to offer you in the Squirtle stakes.
With that in mind, it's definitely worth considering the Pokémon hotspots dotted across the globe, right?
The good folk at Expedia are all about helping you tick off your Pokémon Go travel bucket list, but the question is – are your prepared to pack your bags?
1.Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia
According to the experts, there are Pokémon popping up all over the place in Circular Quay, especially when thousands of Sydney-siders descend on the waterfront to join an unauthorized Pokémon Go Walk.
So, what are you waiting for?!
2. Disneyland, Anaheim, California, United States
Those in the know claim elite players will make a beeline to the Sleeping Beauty Castle which is now a top tier gym if they're serious about catching those little lads.
By the sounds of things, the most magical place on Earth is practically a Pokémon breeding ground.
3. Central Park, New York, United States
We've all seen the vid, right? Yep, there's no denying those little guys have made a home for themselves in one of the world's most famous city parks.
And it's time for you to go find them.
4. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, United States
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pokémon players will find “Zubats” flying around ancient Roman sculptures, encyclopedic collections as well as antique weapons and armour from all around the world.
If only it had been this much craic when our parents were dragging us to museums of a Sunday.
5. State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
Combine Pokémon hunting with culture-celebrating at this Aussie hotspot!
Sightseeing and Pokémon Go can be an exhausting combination so take some time out and join the other players sitting on the library steps training up their Pokémon.
6. Big Ben or Savoy Hotel, London, United Kingdom
The good folk at Expedia assure us that London is awash with Poke Stops right now.
And if you're in need of Pokeballs? You need look no further than the Savoy Hotel.
7. The Colosseum, Rome, Italy
There are some serious Pokémon hunters in this Italian city, and when in Rome…
This city is crawling with Pokémon as both the young and old of Rome have given into the craze, so it looks like you might have a little competition on your hands.
8. Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England
Not only can you walk in the footsteps of Neolithic ancestors, but you can also follow the path of the adorable Eevee.
And if you really are on a quest to catch ‘em all, you’re going to need to get all of this cute character’s different evolutions.