There’s something about the allure of experiencing new things that appeals to most people who travel, because, at the end of the day, most people who travel around the world do so because they want to see places they’ve heard about. Few of those people actually travel to those places in order to further their cultural knowledge or to educate themselves on the true nature of the landscapes they visit.
As such, you are likely to run into large crowds of people every single time you visit a popular tourist attraction, an experience that will definitely ruin the immersion and prevent you from enjoying the attraction firsthand. Let us then take a look at ten of the most overrated tourist attractions around the world.
For some reason, people crowd around Fisherman’s Wharf on a regular basis, despite the fact that it is one of the least interesting things to see in San Francisco. Seriously, there is so much more to that beautiful city than a market-like plaza full of tourist trap shops looking to sell cheap souvenirs to unsuspecting onlookers. Then again, such is the fate of most popular attractions around the world and Fisherman’s Wharf is no exception