30 stunning locations where you will not find tourists

Just because the majority of travelers are not znaet.Eyfeleva Tower, the Colosseum and the Brandenburg Gate - a beautiful monument of culture and arhtitektury, but you will agree, is a special charm in the journey through the places where tourists do not run over the crazy crowds. Especially since there are corners undervalued even in those cities and countries that seem to be trodden up and down.

Website offers a virtual tour of a few such places. Did you wake up in the excitement of pioneer, and you dramatically change the plans for the next holiday?

1. Restaurant Grotta Palazzese, Italiya

This restaurant is located in a cave on the beach of Polignano a Mare, is one of the most amazing places on the planet where you can enjoy a tasty dinner.

2. Shishilyan, Rhone-Alpes, Frantsiya

Magnificent mountain Mont Aiguille at 2000 meters dominates the French community Shishilyan. Mont Aiguille known as "Unattainable Mountain" - it equally otvesny slopes on all sides. The top was not conquered until 1492 and became the first mountain to which people choose to climb just like that, out of pure curiosity. It is believed that its conquest was born mountaineering.

3. Nauru Mikroneziya

Nauru - a tiny island nation with a population of less than 10 000 people. It is one of the least visited places in the world - simply because of it, few people know. Nauru conceal kilometers of pristine beaches and forests - so if you want to relax on the island paradise, hurry to buy a ticket. While other tourists do not came running.

4. Tiger's Nest Monastery, Paro Valley, Butan

This temple of the XVII century is located on the edge of a cliff at an altitude of nearly 1,000 meters above Paro Valley. The holy place was built to protect the cave where Guru Padmasambhava, a Buddhist leader, meditated for three years, three months, three weeks, three days and three hours.

5. Albarracin, Aragon, Ispaniya

Well-preserved medieval town in northern Spain, Albarracín famous cave paintings in the caves (Levant important evidence of prehistoric art) and its Picaportes - unique door handles. Each door in the city and handle it unique and created by local craftsmen according to the ancient customs and technologies.

6. Hotel Aescher, Shveytsariya

The hotel is so high in the Alpine mountains that you can get there on foot or by cable car. Because the hotel is available only in summer and open from April to oktyabr.Usloviya Hotel Aescher be called Spartan. Some rooms can accommodate four people. Toilet, as a private, shared and located on the floor of the soul at all. The hotel offers a simple but hearty meal in the traditions of the inhabitants of the Swiss Alps. Guests come here to stroll through the picturesque mountain area, visit the natural cave, look to the Museum of prehistoric finds.

7. Haiku Stairs, Gavayi

Known as the "Stairway to Heaven", the hiking trail runs through the highlands of the island of Oahu in Hawaii. 3992 stair climb to a height of 850 meters above sea level, and they offer a magical view of the island.

8. Lake Þingvallavatn, Islandiya

The lake is part of the National Park Thingvellir. The islands on the lake are of volcanic origin. The fractures around the lake indicate that at this point the tectonic plates of Europe and America are opposed to each other. Lucky divers can swim between the tectonic plates over the world every year away from each other by 2 centimeters.

9. Chefchaouen, Marokko

Chefchaouen - a small town, situated on the slopes of the mountains Reef in north-west Morocco. It was founded in 1471 and until 1920 it visited only 3 stranger. Now the city is best known for its old part, almost all the houses which are painted in different shades of blue. The reason for this choice - in religion. Apart from Muslims, Chefchaouen has long been the residence of a fairly large community of Sephardic Jews. They brought with them the beliefs, according to which the color blue - the color of the hands prayer shawl, Talita.

10. Lord Howe Island, Avstraliya

This island is still almost untouched by man: very small indigenous population and only 400 tourists annually tolerances here. This restriction is intended to protect the unique landscape of Lord Howe, crystal clear lagoon which is a "home" for coral reef.

11. Bishop Castle, National Forest San Isabel, Kolorado

In America it is one of the craziest castles in the world, created solely builder Jim Bishop. It is worth a visit for inspiration - and even then you can get married.

12. Huacachina, an oasis in the desert of Sechura Desert, Peru

In the village of Huacachina resides a little more than a hundred people. According to local legend, the lake arose after a beautiful princess was caught off guard a young hunter while swimming in the pool. The girl managed to escape, and the pool turned into a lake. The folds of the mantle runaway princess steel dunes around Huacachina, but she soon returned to the lake, and still lives there mermaid.

13. Bastaysky bridge over the river Elbe, Germaniya

Bastaysky bridge in Saxony - an engineering marvel of the first half of the XIX century. The monumental structure was built of wood in 1824, and a quarter century later replaced by a more solid structure made of sandstone. The length of the architectural monument - 76, 5 meters.

14. Leptis Magna, Tripoli, Liviya

Once Leptis Magna was one of the main cities of the Roman Empire, and especially for the plan even called him "Rome in Africa." Now its ruins - a great place for adventure. So, if you want to walk to the sights of ancient Rome, but did not want to compete with the crowds - welcome to Libya.

15. Alcazar of Segovia, Ispaniya

Alcazar of Segovia - palace and fortress of the Spanish kings in the historic city of Segovia. Located on a cliff located on the confluence of the rivers Eresma and Clamores near the Guadarrama mountains. This position on the rock making it one of the most beautiful and recognizable palaces in Spain. Alcázar was originally built as a fortress, but had time to visit the royal palace, a state prison and the Royal Artillery Academy.

16. Alter to Chao, Braziliya

The city, surrounded by forests of the Amazon and has a magnificent beach, known as the Island of Love. A few meters from the beach is a huge lagoon Lago Verde, which is home to a variety of animals. Swam to her only by canoe.

17. Hotel Moulin de Roc, Frantsiya

Deep in the province of Dordogne you'll find the old mill, turned into a charming hotel on the banks of a quiet river. On kilometers around nothing. And the hotel is one of the famous Michelin-starred restaurants.

18. Hall of peacocks in the castle Sammetstsano, Toskana

Abandoned Castle Sammetstsano, which in the last century, settled a luxury hotel, is now virtually closed to the public. You can get there only on special occasions. The most beautiful castle hall - Hall of peacocks - got its name from the unique bright ceilings with carvings in the Moorish style.

18. Cave Melissani, Kefalonia, Gretsiya

In Greek mythology, the nymphs inhabited this mysterious cave and lured men with their beauty. After a huge hole in the "ceiling" of the cave penetrates sunlight shining on the surface of the purest lake Melissani.

19. Krakow, Matera Bazilikata

Not far from the Gulf of Taranto in Italy, on a high cliff dominates the ancient town of Krakow, whose inhabitants had left him. About a thousand years, there have been people, but then left the place, which is now in ruins. They say that now inhabit the ghosts.

20. Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra, Portugaliya

Castle Quinta de Regaleira, included as part of the palace complex as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the most romantic places in Portugal. The main riddle Regaleira - well, leaving deep into the earth. Spiral Gallery, going around it, has nine levels, each level - fifteen stages. These nine levels represent the nine circles of hell, nine circles of Purgatory and the nine circles of paradise, described by Dante. On the wall of the well - a shining triangle, the symbol of Freemasonry. Many believed that the castle Regaleira used for Masonic meetings, but the documentary evidence that was never found.

21. Street Vaysgerbergasse, Nuremberg, Germaniya

Vaysgerbergasse - historic street in Nuremberg, known for its stunning wrought-iron signs.

22. Procida Italiya

Procida - the smallest of the islands of the Bay of Naples. He did not sound like his posh neighbors - the islands of Capri and Ischia. Until 1986, the island served as a prison for dangerous criminals, so he passed the crowds of summer visitors. Procida residents still are very patriarchal lifestyle instead to remodel their homes in all the apartments for rent, they still prefer to grow lemons in old gardens and fish in rocky bays.

23. Lofoten, Norvegiya

Group Lofoten is located above the Arctic Circle. Here you can see the quaint fishing village, deep in the world of the coral reef and the incredible beauty of the aurora borealis.

24. Coconut Island, Costa Rika

Coconut - the largest uninhabited island in the Pacific Ocean, located 600 kilometers off the west coast of Costa Rica. It is known that, according to common legends, tucked away on it's biggest treasure, which no one has not yet been discovered. And this island - a paradise for divers because of its rich marine fauna.

25. Fes Marokko

Now you look at the old workshop of the leather industry in the world. In fact, it is not a sight for the faint hearted - there is always a specific smell of leather and tannins that will long remind tourists to visit Morocco.

26. Blagaj, Bosnia and Gertsegovina

By itself, the town of Blagaj is nothing in itself is not, but rather just the village. But next to it is the source of the river Buna, it is very picturesque. This beautiful place was chosen by the Muslim itinerant monks - dervishes. In the XVI century, it was erected "Tekija" (from Turkish - "Tekke"), the monastery of dervishes. Its original form, it is certainly not kept, but the current building is also not so new - it was built in the middle of the XIX century.

27. ittoqqortoormiit, Grenlandiya

Get to ittoqqortoormiit as difficult as say his name: once a week from the capital by plane to Iceland, Greenland, and then by helicopter or boat to the town. But it's worth it: this colorful little town is situated on the longest ice-river system in the world.

28. Marsaxlokk, Malta

Even in ancient times this place was used by the Carthaginians and then the Romans as the main harbor of Malta. In 1565, when the Ottoman Empire tried to invade the island, at Marsaxlokk was parking the Turkish fleet.

Now the local population earns, mainly fishing. One of the attractions of the town are the brightly painted boats citizens (luzzu).

29. Hallstatt Avstriya

Hallstatt - a medieval village with a population of less than 1,000 people. Its main attraction - the salt mines, the oldest in Europe, the development of which has been going on for three thousand years. Information about the village appeared in written sources from 1311. About Hallstatt medieval history data almost did not survive because of its distance from the Railways.

30. Deception Antarktika

This ring-shaped island, inaccessible to tourists, has become a refuge from storms and icebergs for a variety of creatures, including thousands of penguins. If you want to escape from the cold, you know that the island is an active volcano and hot springs abounds.

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