While France, Spain, Italy, and Germany are the first countries in Europe with the highest number of travelers each year, fortunately there are still many hidden gems in Europe. These countries are not only fantastic destinations, but also have fewer visitors. Here are the least visited countries in Europe.
Which are the 10 least visited states in Europe? But above all: what will be the first one of the ranking?
Let’s find out right away in this article.
Located south of the three Baltic states, Lithuania is a vibrant destination to visit. Estonia has suffered under the domination of communism, but is slowly gaining notoriety among tourists from Europe and the world.
Number of tourists per year: 2,012,000.
This small island of the Mediterranean Sea is located just south of Sicily. Because of its size, the island can easily be crowded but still remains one of the least visited countries in Europe. However, taking a trip to this enchanting country will let you know and visit rich historical monuments, picturesque cliffs, hidden bays and enchanting beaches.
Number of tourists per year: 1,582,000.
Despite being on the list of the least visited countries in Europe, Latvia is considered a real hidden gem of Eastern Europe.
Number of annual visitors: 1,536,000.
In addition to having suffered from the civil war in Yugoslavia in the 1990s, Montenegro received a low number of tourists. Fortunately, in recent years the country has recovered. Although it may be a small Balkan country, it still contains a lot of medieval villages, fjords, rugged coastline and mystical nature.
Tourists per year: 1’324’000.
Bordering Belgium, France and Germany, this small European country is only 84 km long. Although it is very frequented by businessmen, Luxembourg is rarely visited by tourists. It is certainly a pity, since it has a lot to offer with its gentle wooded hills and medieval castles.
Number of tourists in a year: 945,000.