People Are Sharing The Most Disappointing Over-Hyped Tourist Traps Around The World, And These Are Downright Brutal
"Now don’t get me wrong — there's some great food to be found there. But the whole street itself is dirty, smells like sewage, and wildly loud."
Traveling is all about trial and error. Sometimes you have an amazing experience, and other times — well...you get sucked into a giant tourist trap, and you live and you learn.
Romeo and Juliet's Balcony (Verona, Italy)
The Grand Canyon Skywalk (Nevada)
Machu Picchu (Peru)
The Dead Sea (Israel)
The Great Wall of China (Beijing)
Takeshita Street in Harajuku (Tokyo)
Bourbon Street (New Orleans)
Plymouth Rock (Massachusetts)
UFO Crash Site in Roswell (New Mexico)
Hollywood Boulevard (California)
Manneken Pis (Brussels)
Waikiki Beach (Oahu)
The Duomo (Florence)
Mount Rushmore (South Dakota)
Temple Bar (Dublin)
The Pyramids of Giza (Egypt)
Sydney Opera House (Sydney)
Disney World (Orlando)
"Want to eat? Be ready to shell out $50 a person per day. Oh, you came for the rides? Enjoy the two or three you can actually enjoy on a busy day."
The Little Mermaid (Copenhagen)
Cinque Terre (Italy)
Pier 39 (San Francisco)
Versailles Palace (France)
Top of the Empire State Building (New York)
Khao San Road (Bangkok)
The Blue Lagoon (Iceland)
The Taj Mahal (Agra)
Atlantic City (New Jersey)
The Sistine Chapel (Vatican City)
Do you want to add another place that wasn't mentioned? Tell us in the comments below!
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