Concepción, Chile. This truly is the least visited city in the world. Found at the finish line of a branch of the Pan-American Highway, the isolated location doesn't help to attract tourists and neither does the concrete sprawl of skyscrapers.
Hong Kong. Hong Kong has become the most visited city in the world, surpassing Bangkok in recent times. Hong Kong welcomed 26.6 million visitors!
The Least-Visited Country in the World: Tuvalu
According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, the remote Pacific island country Tuvalu is the least-visited country globally.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Anchorage, Alaska takes the cake as the least crowded city in the country. With 169 residents per square mile, residents can enjoy the wilderness right outside their door. Wild animals, fresh seafood and access to glaciers await.
1. Idaho. If you're looking for hidden gems, the Gem State is the ideal place to start your tour of the U.S. Idaho isn't well-known outside the state for much beyond its famous potatoes.
The four most-forgotten states behind Missouri are Connecticut, Minnesota, Massachusetts, and Nebraska. If you're one of the few who remembered Missouri, try guessing the only letter that's not in any U.S. state name. The fact that so many people forget Missouri isn't that surprising, though.
Kiribati is one of the least known countries in the world. Kiribati is one of the poorest countries in the world. The lack of natural resources is the main reason for this.
Sydney regains the top spot as Australia's largest city for 2021, but Melbourne is close on its heels.
1. Rome, Italy. At number one you voted Rome as the most beautiful city in the world. With its thousand-year-old buildings such as the Forum Romanum or the Colosseum, beautiful piazzas and world-class art – not to mention Vatican City – we are certainly not surprised.
Tourism contributed significantly to Australia's economy before COVID, accounting for 3.1% of Australia's GDP and supporting over 600,000 jobs. China's top spot as the country with the most visitors to Australia has been lost to New Zealand due to China's travel restrictions.
Algeria, one of the world's cheapest countries, has a mild climate that runs from the Sahara Desert to the Mediterranean coast.
Turkmenistan may not even be on the radar for the majority of aspiring globe-trotters. This is partly due to it being sandwiched in between Uzbekistan, Iran, and Afghanistan, three far more accessible and densely-populated countries, but also because of the highly secretive nature of the nation.
1. Iran. Iran is the oldest country in the world founded in 3200 B.C. and has a topography characterized by numerous mountains and mountain ranges. Iran was established as a country in 3200 B.C. It lies between the Middle East and Asia, bordering prominent countries like Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
The newest internationally recognized country in the world is the African country of South Sudan, which declared independence on July 9, 2011. In the following days, it became also the newest member of the United Nations. What's the Difference Between Great Britain and the United Kingdom?
Afghanistan and Iran are two nations that have not embraced the Gregorian calendar, they use the Solar Hijri calendar. The first day of the Iranian/Afghanistan calendar falls on the March equinox, the first day of spring, around 21 March.
Thanks again for participating. Q is the letter. Letter Q is the only letter not used in the US state names. The answer is "Q".
Tasmania. Tasmania is not part of the mainland itself, but an island to the South of it. For that reason, it's one of the least visited parts of Australia. Many people have never even heard of Tasmania.