Looking to take your next vacation somewhere that’s not yet overrun by tourism? As more and more people choose to travel and explore the world, it’s becoming much more difficult to find a city that isn’t spoiled yet due to too much tourism. Fortunately, there are still some cities that can offer visitors a chance to explore everything they have to offer, and without having to worry about battling large crowds.
5 Must Visit Cities
The list below includes five must visit cities that aren’t yet overrun by tourism, along with how much time is left to enjoy the cities before they become spoiled.
#1 – Hamburg, Germany. Hamburg is not only deemed as one of Germany’s most livable cities, it’s also currently one of the most unexploited cities in Europe. The maritime spirit that exists here makes this urban metropolis a place that must be explored, as the city is full of canals, bridges and running waterways. While the outstanding architecture that exists here is reason enough to explore Hamburg, other reasons to visit this not yet overrun city include the art and culture scene, and the exciting nightlife.
How much time do you have to get to Hamburg before it’s spoiled? Recommendations include visiting this historical city by 2023.
#2 – Riga, Latvia. Riga is a city that has earned its boasting rights. The old part of the city has been designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, the oldest zoo in Europe is located here, and the it has the best collection of art nouveau buildings. The cobblestone streets, to medieval-style buildings, and the most stunning skyline views all make this European city one that should be on everyone’s bucket list.
How much time do you have to get to Riga before it’s spoiled? Recommendations include visiting this fascinating city by 2025.
#3 – Kotor, Montenegro. Kotor is a city located in Southeast Europe that gets its overall feel from its location, as it’s perfectly situated within the Durmitor Mountains. The stone paths and old town architecture make this European city one that’s quite unique, making visitors feel like they're stepping back in time.
How much time do you have to get to Kotor before it’s spoiled? Recommendations include visiting this stunningly beautiful city by 2024.
#4 – Thessaloniki, Greece. Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece. Surprisingly, this ancient city is still one that’s not yet too crowded, even though it offers extremely interesting archaeological sites, a variety of interesting monuments to explore, and must-see museums. Additional reasons to visit this city include the art scene, the festivals, the nightlife, and the cuisine.
How much time do you have to get to Valdes before it’s spoiled? Recommendations include visiting this modern metropolis city by 2025.
#5 – Colmar, France. Colmar is the perfect city to visit for travelers who enjoy doing things like riding in gondolas along scenic canals, as part of the city is known as Little Venice. Learning about the city’s interesting culture is a top reason to visit, making the following a must-see or a must-do – exploring the covered market, spending time at the Square de la Montagne Verte, enjoying coffee and treats at the many cafes, and taking self-guided tours throughout the city.
How much time do you have to get to Colmar before it’s spoiled? Recommendations include visiting this picturesque city by 2024.