15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

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If you have traveled, you are probably familiar with highly advertised places, and tourist attractions that are too expensive. Nobody likes tourist traps. Very often you think that you have taken more than you received. Plus, feeling stressed afterward is never fun. While some of these places are definitely worth a look, despite their shortcomings, they are still considered to be the worst tourist traps in the world.

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15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

1. Pyramids of Giza, Cairo.

About 5,000 people come to the desert to find the pyramids every day. Whether you choose to ride camels or take a helicopter tour, you can get out of the crowd. Your second-best approach is to see the Shaga Pyramid located south of Sakara.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

2. Cancun, Mexico

This place has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, choking on the most extreme tourist infrastructure you've ever seen. You have many options that are much better than Cancun, the two Isla Holbok and Celestun.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

3. Taj Mahal.

It's no secret that India is densely populated and if you think the Taj Mahal is an exception, you're wrong. If you are adventurous, try crossing to the other side of the Yamuna River. Of course, the smell of rotten sewage may not be very appetizing, but we can at least reassure you that you will stay there alone.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

4. Old Town, Prague.

As one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, the cobbled streets of Prague are full of tourists who congregate in the medieval historic centre. To escape the crowd, consider crossing the Vltava River to one of the many parks on the opposite bank. You will have a much better view of the skyline as well as an understanding of why this is the city of the Thousand Spires.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

5. Forbidden City, Beijing.

For centuries it has been closed to outsiders. But today it is on the list of the most popular tourist destinations. Heck, even Starbucks opened one store there. To avoid queues, arrive 30 minutes before opening.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

6. Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong.

Built in 2004, a tourist trap was created to meet the needs of visitors from mainland China. The key point here is souvenir shops and a statue of Bruce Lee. If you get through the crowd and find a good spot, then the view of the harbor is just amazing.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

7. Notre Dame, Paris

Don't go to this building if you want peace. There is no peace and quiet waiting for you in this church.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

8. Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy

Get ready to part with 15 euros for a chance to wait in a long line leading to the top of the tower and go down.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

9. Willis Tower, Chicago

Once you reach the spot, you must use your elbows to take pictures.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

10 Stonehenge, England

If you're ever going to come here, don't forget to bring your binoculars. With horrible tourists all over them, it's impossible to be that close, but if you really want to, it might be worth it.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

11. Niagara Falls.

The commercialization and rapid growth of tourism infrastructure, especially in Canada, has left many wondering if they really want to see the falls. In addition, parking, customs, and queuing are also very troublesome.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

12. Gondola ride in Venice.

It's pretty fun, but be careful - this trip really upsets your wallet. This can take forty minutes and cost $110. If this is your dream, then it is very nice to see the city from the gondola.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

13. Nanjing Dong Lu, Shanghai.

It is often called the "best shopping street" in China but be fooled by empty words. Indeed, this is a historical place. But everywhere these stories have been replaced by flashy brand signs.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

14. Central Tokyo, Japan.

Located in the middle of the largest metropolitan area on Earth, much of central Tokyo is nothing more than crowds and concrete. Although some parts are worth seeing. Try checking out the Ogikubo and Asagaya area or the Yamanashi area.

15 Worst Tourist Traps In The World

15. Dunns River Falls, Jamaica

As the falls are surprised, much of the beauty is inevitably lost to the crowd as hundreds of tourists enter the jungle from their cruise ships. What's more, an annoying "guide" who tries to spend money can ruin your mood.

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