Worldwide, there are places most visited than others, either because of their fame, importance, or custom. However, like TripAdvisor shows, other destinations have been forgotten since years ago, they were among the most popular and today they are no longer the favorite despite maintaining a rich heritage and an exciting story so it is recommended to visit them.
The capital of Belgium is a cosmopolitan city with great appeal and importance in Europe, for hosting the main political institutions of the European Union. Its architecture is varied, ranging from medieval buildings to postmodern buildings. Some of its main attractions are the Grand Place, City Hall, the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula and the Royal Palace, some of them, declared World Heritage by UNESCO.
Known as the Red City, the capital of Emilia-Romagna is a gastronomic paradise: tortellini, mortadella and of course, the bolognese sauce. It has the second oldest medieval old town in Europe and the oldest university in the West. Its streets are full of young people and it offers an extensive cultural program throughout the year.
It is the second largest city in Portugal and one of its attractions is the decay we can breathe in it: elegant neighborhoods and villages with narrow streets and old alleys that are part of the World Heritage of Unesco. We recommend walking around the city to enjoy its history-laden places on the banks of the Douro River, crossing to the beautiful area of Vila Nova de Gaia across the famous Bridge of Luis I and of course, taste the sweet wines.
This is a charming city in northern France, designed by the military engineer Sébastien Le Prestre, so its citadel is one of the main attractions of the city, and the buildings that recall the industrial era. It has a wide variety of cultural activities.
The capital of Scotland, has a real Scottish atmosphere thanks to its unique combination of old and modern elements. The Old Town and New Town districts were listed as World Heritage, but also has other impressive monuments like the Castle and an extensive program of festivals known worldwide.
Oaxaca de Juárez is a city founded by Aztecs, as wells as the cradle of Mexican folklore and art. It is a destination where you can enjoy archeology and adventure tourism, as well as visiting a strange and curious ethnobotanical garden buildings such as the Temple of Santo Domingo or find out more about the country’s culture mingling with the locals in the Zócalo.
One of the most beautiful and best preserved cities in Spain, as one of the world’s largest historic centres and it was one of the most splendid cities of Europe in time of the Caliphate by the union of two cultures. The cultural and historical heritage can be in seen in places like the Mosque and the Alcázar.
It was the third capital of the kingdom of Guatemala until the eighteenth century, the year that was destroyed due to some earthquakes. After its abandonment like capital in 1773, its growth stopped, but now the buildings have a well-known Spanish Renaissance architecture with baroque facades that have earned the title of World Heritage.
The Daughter of the Baltic, is the capital of Finland since 1812, when it was rebuilt by the tsars of Russia as if it were a miniature of St. Petersburg. Today is an international metropolis but still retains the charm of a small town and has stunning places like the Temppeliaukio Church or Suomenlinna Maritime Fortress.
This city belongs to the Netherlands is one of the largest ports in the world despite being 30 kilometers from the sea. The center is composed of hundreds of modern buildings and modern architecture without losing its traditional character. Among other points of interest is essential to visit the famous Museum Boymans Van Beuningen, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Blijdorp Zoo.