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    Cars Are Banned In These 18 Places Around The World And No One Seems To Miss Them

    Cars are overrated anyway.

    Sure, your car is a nice convenience, but imagine life without cars for a moment. The streets would be quieter, the air fresher, and we'd have to rely on our own two feet (or something like a bike, boat, or scooter) to get around.

    An empty street with a bicyle rider

    Turns out, places like this do exist. The following cities and villages — from all around the world — are as quaint as they are car-free.

    A boat sailing through the water

    1. Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy

    Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy

    2. Halibut Cove, Alaska

    Halibut Cove, Alaska

    3. Lamu, Kenya

    Lamu, Kenya

    4. Giethoorn, Netherlands

    Giethoorn, Netherlands

    5. Islas Cíes, Spain

    Islas Cíes, Spain

    6. Fire Island, New York

    Fire Island, New York

    7. Zermatt, Switzerland

    Zermatt, Switzerland

    8. Lamma Island, Hong Kong

    Lamma Island, Hong Kong

    9. Isla Holbox, Mexico

    A white sand tropical beach with palm trees.

    10. La Cumbrecita, Argentina

    La Cumbrecita, Argentina

    11. Hydra, Greece

    Hydra, Greece

    12. Bald Head Island, North Carolina

    Bald Head Island, North Carolina

    13. Sark, Channel Islands

    Sark, Channel Islands

    14. Chamois, Italy

    Chamois, Italy

    15. Fes El Bali, Morocco

    Fes El Bali, Morocco

    16. Mackinac Island, Michigan

    Mackinac Island, Michigan

    17. Venice, Italy

    Venice, Italy

    18. The Old Town of Dubrovnik, Croatia

    The Old Town of Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Have you traveled somewhere not mentioned on this list where cars aren't allowed? Tell us in the comments!