8 places tourists no longer want to visitBy Angela https://pictolic.com/en/article/8-places-tourists-no-longer-want-to-visit1
According to legend, touching Juliet's hand or right breast will bring you luck in finding true love. Every square meter around the statue is almost always filled with tourists, which can really spoil your impression of this supposedly romantic place. The chest and wrist of the statue are regularly damaged due to all the touching of thousands of love-seeking tourists.
Previously, the Little Mermaid from a fairy tale by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen was right on a rock in the harbor of Copenhagen. Nowadays, it is not so easy to see this statue. In 2007, Copenhagen officials decided to move the statue a few meters into the harbor to prevent vandalism and prevent tourists from climbing on it.
True fans of the legendary band will most likely be very disappointed with this exhibition as they won't find anything new about their favorite musicians here.
Dirty windows, crowds of tourists and an overpriced TV bar are a huge disappointment for every tourist.
The exhibited collection consists mainly of the artist's sketches and ceramic plates.
Dirty streets (mainly due to the fact that the inhabitants use pack animals), as well as dirty seas and beaches, are common. The most alarming thing is that not only tourists, but also the locals themselves pollute the seashores.
A good walk through Times Square (which is not as big as you think) can be ruined by the sheer number of people who want to visit the place. Because of this, it quickly becomes dirty and no longer looks attractive. Even gigantic flashing billboards that hypnotize people passing by cannot save the day.
Many people are shocked by the amount of garbage and urinals they find on the streets. These outdoor urinals can also be seen in Amsterdam, where they are much more compatible with the urban environment than in Brussels.