8 great travel destinations that have yet to be overrun by mass tourism

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We have entered the year 2022 and many of us have vowed to visit one of the world's destinations this year. But why stand in lines full of tourists and watch the world's most recognizable sights together with thousands, if you can visit some of the places that have not yet been covered by mass tourism?

If last year we were a bit cautious with our finger on the map, this year we are already bolder in making travel plans and plans for 2022. Tourism is slowly getting back on its feet, with the awareness that the future of the industry and travel will be much different than we imagined.

Many travel guides have already compiled a list of the most desirable destinations in 2022, but this time we tackled a different list. We scoured the map and discovered a few places undiscovered by the tourist masses, so it's worth hurrying up and exploring the inspiring places and nature they have to offer.

Taichung, Taiwan

Taiwan, an island nation off the coast of China, often remains overlooked in tourists' plans. However, this does not mean that this will be the case in the future. So visit Taichung, Taiwan's second largest city, beckons with its beautiful architecture, lively streets and local specialties.

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Martinique, Caribbean

the island of Martinique, which belongs to France, is located in the Caribbean Sea and is considered an undiscovered holiday destination. Nevertheless, it attracts travelers with its sandy beaches and tall palm trees, and the official currency is the euro. The island is as much as twenty times smaller than Slovenia, and less than half a million inhabitants live on it.

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Gramado, Brazil

A picturesque town A pile in the south of Brazil attracts adventurers because of the beautiful mountain peaks in the background and interesting shops with a wide variety of local masterpieces. It is located along the Rota Romanica - the "romantic route", which offers beautiful views of the landscape and surrounding areas.

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Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Although the Dominican Republic is anything but an uninhabited island in the Caribbean Sea, very few tourists leave their resorts for the capital Santo Domingo. It was built in the 16th century, and due to its distinctive architecture, it is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Papua New Guinea

Archipelago in the SW Pacific Ocean, just north of Australia, it doesn't often find itself on tourists' bucket lists. It consists of just over 600 islands, characterized by an extraordinary diversity, from wilderness to modern cities with manicured botanical gardens. We are sure that the flora and fauna on the island will amaze you, so just put the archipelago on your travel list.

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Llandudno, Great Britain

The largest seaside resort Llandudno in Wales, is a real resort gem, which the British know well, but which remains quite unknown to other Europeans. It is an excellent retreat for anyone who wants a short escape to the embrace of the beach and green nature and the surrounding castles.

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Montpellier, France

An idyllic place Montpellier on the beautiful coast of the Mediterranean Sea, it is perfect for lovers of art and excellent cuisine, especially cheese. The town, founded in the 10th century, is today a trendy urban conglomerate with beautiful sandy beaches.

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Melaka, Malaysia

One of the most beautiful Malaysian towns, Melaka, is located in the province of the same name, south of Kuala Lumpur. It is distinguished by its rich historical heritage and architecture, at the same time as its charming nature, which can also be admired in the local botanical garden.

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