Hovering on a cliff encircled by Italy, the tiny landlocked country of San Marino holds the title of the least visited country in Europe, just a dot on the map of only 23.6 square miles. Here’s why travelers of all types should visit the under the radar microstate.
- Epic Landscapes
- Tax Free Shopping
- Easy Access
Read the whole article at National Geographic.
The UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) recently released their annual Tourism Highlights report which tracks international tourist arrivals.
Here is a list of the European countries with the least international tourist arrivals (Some, I imagine, is simply due to their size):
- San Marino – 60,000
- Liechtenstein – 69,000
- Moldova – 121,000
- Monaco – 336,000
- Macedonia – 510,000
- Bosnia and Herzegovina – 777,000
- Luxembourg – 1,054,000
- Armenia – 1,260,000
- Serbia – 1,281,000
- Montenegro – 1,662,000
Of note, the UNWTO did not publish the data for Belarus and Slovakia.