15 Amazing Non-Touristy Places To Visit Around The World

Every country, on the other hand, leaves some legends unsaid and other truths hidden. You will be astounded by the country’s backstage behind the shining facades after you walk off the well-trodden road and wave the packed capitals goodbye. You’ll encounter indigenous people’s traditions and customs, walk down a paved street in a tiny village and see both ancient and modern architecture. However, these non-touristy places are the best ones to visit around the world and feel the beauty.

1. Primrose Hill, London

Primrose Hill, London
People travel to the city for high-end dining with a view. If you’re looking for something unusual to do in London, pick up some takeout and head to Primrose Hill. This 213-foot mound is located north of Regent’s Park and is a favorite family destination. The views of the downtown London skyline are spectacular from the summit of the hill. Because there isn’t much sitting up here, bring a towel to sit on.

2. Hokkaido, Japan

Hokkaido, Japan
If you have the opportunity to travel to Japan, go to Hokkaido Island. Unkai Rooftop on top of the hill, lavender fields, ski slopes, and the Blue Pond are just a few of the many tourist attractions constructed by Japanese perfectionists.

3. Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

Mawlynnong, Meghalaya
In the country, the community that has been dubbed “The Cleanest Village in Asia” by international organizations is virtually unknown. Mawlynnong, a lovely village in India, is the ideal of harmony and cleanliness, making it one of India’s worthy undiscovered gems. High-end cities have well-kept roads, polished streets, pristine residences, manicured front yards, and cobblestone sidewalks. This non-touristy place is yet to be discovered.

4. Yvoire Village, France

Yvoire Village, France
This vibrant Yvoire community is around 700 years old. Despite all of the intense conflicts that have raged here and the natural calamities that have struck, the community has maintained its traditional appearance despite these trying conditions and the passage of time.

5. Chefchaouen, Morocco

Chefchaouen, Morocco
Chefchaouen, sometimes known as the “Blue City,” is wonderfully poised beneath the Rif Mountains’ craggy peaks. The breathtaking alpine backdrop, stunning landscapes, and historic architecture. Everything in this place is a work of art in its own right. Also you can see beautiful Morocco images that will attract tourists.

6. Dulwich Village, England

Dulwich Village, England
If you’re returning to London, though, you should check out the attractive southern neighborhoods. Dulwich Village is a good replacement if you want to view charming English cottages but don’t have time for a Cotswolds day trip. To get to Red Post Hill, take the rail to North Dulwich station and walk south. This will take you directly into Dulwich Village’s core.

7. Gaztelugatxe, Basque Country, Spain

Gaztelugatxe, Basque Country, Spain
The island of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe is off the coast of Biscay. A narrow man-made bridge of 237 steps connects it to the mainland which is non-touristy. At the top of the islet, there is a small church dedicated to John the Baptist, who is thought to have arrived in the 10th century.

8. Regent’s Canal, London

Regent’s Canal, London
The Thames isn’t the only site in London where you can take a stroll along the water. The Regent’s Canal offers a pleasant walk along a canal lined with houseboats. The canal runs from east to west through the city, thus there are various long areas where you can travel along with it. A long route that stretches all the way to Bethnal Green can be found on the northeast side of Islington. If you’re in the area, walk from Camden Market to King’s Cross on the Camden Market to King’s Cross Path.

9. Kandovan, Iran

Kandovan, Iran
The Kandovan Village appears to be a massive beetle colony from a distance. In actuality, these are man-made cliff homes that are home to nearly a thousand people. But don’t be fooled by their appearance; the peasants are well-versed in modern conveniences.

10. Alberobello, Italy

Alberobello, Italy
Alberobello is a little village with a lot of magic. Alberobello is known for its unusual trulli structures, which are non-touristy. In the town, there are over 1500 ‘fairy’ cottages with conical roofs, many of which are said to be more than 7 hundreds of years old! The name of the town comes from the Latin ‘Arboris Belli,’ which means “beautiful trees.”

11. Kangaroo Island, Australia

12. Fort Bourtange, the Netherlands

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13. Albarracín, Spain

14. Devonshire, England

15. Monsanto, Portugal


There are always fresh and lesser-known choices to consider that have yet to be thoroughly investigated. You can visit fantastic spots all around the world that are as far away from tourist crowds as possible and guarantee a great break, from hidden beach towns to villages with unique cultures.