10 Lesser Known Traveling Gems To Add To Your List

10 Lesser Known Traveling Gems To Add To Your List
10 Lesser Known Traveling Gems To Add To Your List

Run out of places to see? Check out the following ten lesser known traveling gems from all around the world. Hopefully you can find one to add to your list.

1. Koh Lipe Thailand

Sometimes dubbed “Thailand’s Secret Island” the beautiful Koh Lipe is located in the southwest part of the country. Known for its warmth and leisure the city of Koh Lipe is a cheap yet stunningly beautiful alternative to other tropical islands.

2. Anguilla

Although it has been steadily gaining popularity Anguilla is still a great place to visit with its bright white beaches and radiant blue water. What makes Anguilla so great is that there are no direct flights in from the US and no ports for cruise ships to pull into. That is why this is such a great yet relaxed destination.

3. Antrim Ireland

Known for its atmosphere the city of Antrim in Ireland is a great stop for anyone looking to looking to experience a bit of nature when seeing the United Kingdom. In terms of things to see the causeway is definitely a must with its absolute beauty. Check it out during a sunrise or a sunset and you won’t regret it.

4. Isle of Skye Scotland

The Isle of Skye is a beautiful location in Scotland known for its rugged landscapes, picturesque fishing villages and medieval castles. What makes it such an attractive place to visit however comes from the sheer beauty that you can see when you leave the local town.

5. Alexandria Egypt

Alexandria is a wondrous port city in Egypt. Known for its buildings (some of which ranked among “Seven Wonders of the Ancient World”) Alexandria still has beautiful architecture and museums all worth seeing.

6. Rotorua New Zealand

What makes Rotorua so cool are its geysers and stunning scenery. Like the rest of New Zealand Rotorua does not fall short in the breathtaking sights department. If you want to cool off after a long day of hiking you can do that too in Rotorua’s thermal mud pools.

7. Segovia Spain

Segovia is a historic city in central Spain. Known for its architectural legacy, medieval walls, Romanesque churches and iconic aqueduct this city is a true European gem.

8. Sicily Italy

Sicily made the list because it is a much less known part of Italy in comparison to its other counterparts. What makes Sicily so unique comes from the fact that it has a deep cultural history spanning over 3,000 years which is reflected in its architecture and rich cuisine.

9. Wattens Austria

Wattens is a curious little town. That doesn’t mean that it isn’t worth visiting however. This small Austrian city is a gem because of its small yet inviting atmosphere. It can definitely be a relaxing destination for those who want to visit a city near the mountains.

10. El Djem Tunisia

What makes El Djem so special is the extensive amount of Roman remains left behind in the town. As you adventure around you can see lots of old roman architecture. Among the things you can find is the famous “Roman amphitheater of Thysdrus” which resides towards the center of town.