8 European countries Nigerians hardly travel to – #1 & #2 are VISA free countries (Photos)
Number of tourists that visited in 2017: 336,000
That number if you had also visited: 336,002 (you would have gone twice)
The playground of the elite, this super tiny country that shares a coastline with France is largely avoided because there are comparatively cheaper places like nearby Nice and Genoa where visitors can enjoy the same sun that they’d get in Monaco. More than ⅓ of the people who call Monaco home are millionaires, the highest concentration in the world. Sort of fun fact: native born citizens are called Monegasque while those who were born abroad but reside there are called Monacoian.
Number of tourists that visited in 2017: 121,000
That number if you had also visited: 121,001
Try this on for size: back in 2014, it is reported that only 11,500 foreigners visited Moldova! So the current numbers are kind of a boon. Once those low-cost airlines such as Ryanair and Wizz Air started offering flights to the capital Chișinău, people where like, “Where is that? 10 Euros to fly there? Sure, why the hell not?” They actually have pretty good wine and the country is generally flat, making it ideal for cycling. While you’re at it, you could visit the quirky and super Soviet breakaway Republic of Transnistria, recognized by nobody accept for other breakaway republics with links to Russia.