Now, it’s not enough to just visit the iconic wonders of the world—Pokémon GO goes along, too.
Nintendo’s augmented reality mobile app prompts players to collect among 250 digital monsters at real-life Pokéstops, or checkpoints that range from important landmarks like the Sydney Opera House to obscure nooks of a city. While Pokémon GO is mainly available in North America, Europe, and Australia, the game is catching fire globally—and set to hit Japan tomorrow, July 20.

One the one hand, the will to seek out the most elusive creatures, like Pikachu, galvanizes players to explore parts of the city they wouldn’t normally, perhaps leading them to hidden gems. In fact, many parks, monuments, and restaurants have taken advantage of the extra traffic.