Blackpool is not on the list of top British places to go, but the northern seaside resort of Blackpool still draws tourists. About 6 million ___VISITORS___ come to the town every year. Most of them are attracted by a great ___SELECTION___ of arcades, shows and a quick few days sprawled on the sands. Speaking about the things which ___SYMBOLIZE___ Blackpool, these are certainly the Blackpool Tower (an aging copy of The Eiffel Tower) and the Pleasure Beach. The Pleasure Beach has everything from donkey races to places of great ___NATURAL___ beauty. Blackpool’s famous sea-front also boasts ___TRADITIONAL___ trams and horse-drawn carriages and a huge Sea-Life Centre where you can stare a shark straight in the eye. Blackpool is known for a ___TRUELY___ hospitable attitude to tourists, so don’t miss a chance to come here at least for a couple of days.