There are hidden gems around the world, some are unexplored while some are underrated. Countries like France, the United States, the United Kingdom, China, and Spain receive tens of millions of tourists annually, but do you know there are amazing tourist destinations outside these countries? most underrated cities in the world

The world is full of fascinating off the beaten path cities worth exploring. We’ve got you covered on 7 underrated cities that are worth exploring. 

Minsk, Belarus

Minsk is a great tourist destination for lovers of architecture and history. The city is slowly becoming one of the top places in Europe for luxury entertainment, I mean you shouldn’t be bored on your trip to Minsk

The luxury casinos, the mid-1900s architecture are one of Minsk’s unique highlights.  

You should take a tour around Minsk old town, botanical garden and Lohitsa park as well.

Besides all the glitz and glamour, If you need somewhere in Belarus to have dinner and listen to great live performances, you should visit the red yard. 

Minsk, Belarus

Tallinn, Estonia

As a traveller, you really need to visit a stunning city with beautiful Gothic towers, medieval walls, history; that city is Tallinn.  

Walking on the streets of Tallinn gives you the sense of one of the best European cultures. This amazing city is home to one of Europe’s most beautiful and biggest parks 

I’m sure you think only Rome has the most beautiful churches, Estonia has fascinating churches and cathedrals with stunning architectures. 

Estonia is a peaceful destination to visit, but you rarely see many tourists around and luckily on your visit, you might be the only tourist around. 

If you are art lovers, there is no doubt Estonia’s museums would wow you.  

Don’t forget to try out jaw-dropping Estonian dishes. 

Tallinn, Estonia

Utrecht, Netherlands

This Dutch city is the fourth happiest place in the world, which means there are lots of things to keep you busy and happy while exploring.  d cities in the world

Amazingly, Utrecht is the only city with inner-city canals that has wharves in the world.

The Dutch culture is something I’ve always wanted to experience and if you are like me, Utrecht is the best place to experience the perfect Dutch culture. 

Utrecht is everything you would want to see in the old world beauty, from breathtaking architecture to great food, a very serene environment, tea culture, big city with a small-town vibe. 

One thing about Utrecht is how eco-friendly it is, and of course, you can basically explore the whole area on a bike. 

Fun fact: biking is intertwined with the Dutch culture 

Utrecht, Netherlands

Busan, South Korea 

Korea’s very own Santorini, Busan has lots of pristine beaches and is home to Korea’s largest and most popular beach.  

This city has the heart of book lovers; there is an entire neighbourhood dedicated to used books. 

One amazing activity you should look forward to in Busan is Asia’s biggest film festival. You would love to experience this one. most underrated cities in the world

Busan is a great destination for tech lovers; Busan national science museum. Moreover, you can just check out Seoul for other amazing tech facilities. Seoul is about 3 hours away from Busan. 

If you would love to see historical and natural attractions in the city, you can check out Haedong Yonggungsa temple, UN memorial cemetery, Yongdusan Park and Busan tower. 

Busan, South Korea

Windhoek, Namibia 

Namibia’s capital city has unique museums and was a former German colony. The city still has little German vibes sprinkled around, you can see that at  Christuskirche, a Neo-Baroque cathedral built in 1907. 

Windhoek is the third-largest city in the world by area with surreal landscapes and deserts and wildlife. 

The parks in Windhoek are world-class; in fact, you need to see Etosha national park which is one of Africa’s best game reserves to Skeleton coast park, Namib-Naukluft National Park. 

Yes, don’t forget to shop for local crafts, taking souvenirs home is never a bad idea. 

You should really climb the giant dunes at Sossusvlei, float in a hot air balloon above the Namib desert, it’s an amazing experience. 

Windhoek, Namibia

Kigali, Rwanda 

Kigali is one of the friendliest capital cities in Africa and Rwanda is the 9th safest country in the world, there is no doubt your safety is assured in the country.  d cities in the world

If you really want to know all about the Rwandan genocide in you should visit the Nyamata genocide memorial. 

Great safaris aren’t only in Kenya, Kigali is home to endangered species like black rhinos, mountain gorillas, golden monkeys, spotted hyenas. 

After touring the city, you need to cool off at the beach. Kigali’s beaches are very beautiful. 

Looking for activities to do around Kigali? You can hike around the volcanoes, kayak, canoe and go camping. 

Kigali, Rwanda

Lubeck, Germany 

Nicknamed “Queen of the Hanseatic League”, Lubeck is famous for maritime history, literature, German brick gothic architectural style and historical heritage.  

This entire medieval old town is a UNESCO world heritage site, trust me this city is so picturesque. 

Lubeck is an amazing choice for Christmas trips because it is northern Germany’s Christmas town. The city always has all types of decorations around the town. 

The famous Holsten gate was built against foreign conquest. The building has a museum that tells the city’s history. You know for sure that German history is so captivating.   

After sightseeing, you should go to the Baltic sea to cool off, it is an amazing beach in Germany.  

Lubeck, Germany

These most underrated cities in the world are worth exploring because they are rich culturally and historically.

Are you planning on exploring these cities soon? reach out to us for the best travel itinerary and get ready to explore!

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