Are you surprised to find it at this point on the list? Iceland is considered a paradise for travelers, given its heavenly state; the island has in fact: hot springs, geothermal spas, glaciers, geysers, waterfalls and black sand beaches … what else could be missing? It is assumed that traveling to Iceland is too expensive, but even those traveling on a limited budget can only spend € 50 a day. Annual tourists: 800,000.
One of the lowest-cost countries in Europe, Macedonia is also considered one of the cheapest countries to live in. It is disputed that there is a lack of major tourist attractions, a factor that strongly determines its tourism. However, the Macedonians boast of a marvelous landscape rich in natural beauties.
Number of annual tourists: 400,000.
This state of Eastern Europe is also called White Russia. Known as the “last dictatorship” of Europe, due to this reason the country has been ranked among the least visited countries in Europe. But what many do not know is that Belarus is now a safe place. It should also be added that there are several attractions to visit: Stalinist architecture, large fortifications and primordial forests.
Number of annual visitors: 137,000.
#2 SAN MARINO
Even smaller than Luxembourg, San Marino is one of the smallest republics in the world. The city of San Marino was named World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2008. Absolutely a must-visit country for the historic architecture and the impressive mountain region.
Tourists per year: 70,000.
Enclosed between Switzerland and Austria, this Central European State is officially called the Principality of Liechtenstein. Despite being one of the most neglected countries in Europe, its fairytale landscape is something that should not be missing: medieval castles, alpine chalets and charming villages.
Number of tourists per year: 52,000.
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