Skip to comments.(I)nfographic reveals the 10 WORST destinations in the world for a holiday
Posted on 05/09/2014 5:10:00 AM PDT by C19fan
If you're thinking of holidaying somewhere new this year, these are the places on the planet you will probably want to avoid. The top 10 worst destinations in the world for a break have been revealed - with Bulgaria taking the top slot. Adding the crime rate, the local authority rating and cleanliness statistics over the past 18 months, buyagift.com has put together the top 10 areas not to visit.
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2 possibly 3 of the areas are associated with Romani, i.e., Gypsies. 2 are in Latin America and 4 are African American dominated US cities. No Asian and maybe 1 white area in some seedy part of Moscow. That website needs to be shut down!
But my travel agent can get me the family discount if we vacation in beirut, lebanon.
You mean to say that if I visit The Un in North Korea my vacation will be better than those ten places???
Wow! Sign me up! I’m going to Norklandia to learn Nork-fu!
That list is crap - No Iran or NKorea?
SA is really the worst location in Africa?
I dunno about you but I’d rather be mugged in the dirtiest of Cape Town slums than beheaded.
Nobody has seen lack of sanitation until they’ve been to India.
It mentions Bucharest, Romania — I haven’t been to Bucharest, but I have traveled to the northwestern part of the country... it’s beautiful there, and the people embrace Christianity far more than Americans.
just bought a timeshare in Stoliponova, Bulgaria!/s
I actually know someone who went to a Black Sea resort in Bulgaria. He said it wasn’t half bad.
No mention of Chicago?
I was so looking forward to visiting lovely, historic, southern-charmed Bywater, Louisiana in New Orleans.
I am very disappointed.
Look on the bright side. I can still visit London and get arrested for quoting Sir Winston Churchill.
They seem to focus on the Romani-dominated areas of the cities.
Vacation in Tehran by The Judy’s (1980)
It’s really hard to believe that there are any British holiday-ers planning to spend their holiday in Camden NJ.
I’ve been told that the first thing that you notice when getting off the plane in India is the smell.
Not the best yardstick to make a choice.
On my first (and only) visit to New York City, that was the first thing I noticed when getting out of the taxi, central Manhattan.
July 1993, but it might have been just a coincidence.