8 European countries Nigerians hardly travel to – #1 & #2 are VISA free countries (Photos)
Number of tourists that visited in 2017: 69,000
That number if you had also visited: It’s meant to be a trick question. You wouldn’t visit Liechtenstein in a million years.
How many of you are able to correctly spell the smallest country in Europe’s name without using spellcheck? I refuse to believe you. Anyway, this landlocked micro-nation nestled between Austria and Switzerland is literally smaller than most mid-sized towns. It lacks an airport, which means your only real options are to enter by car or train. Or by horseback? It’s really one of those places you’d visit just to say you’ve been there. But do you really think this is something that’s going to impress your future grandchildren?
1. San Marino
Number of tourists that visited in 2017: 60,000
That number if you had also visited: 59,999 (two people would have chosen another place)
San Marino sounds like a fictitious place within the Grand Theft Auto universe, but it really does exist. Located entirely within Italy, this super itty bitty country is practically half the size of the whole of Lagos that I grew up in. Unlike Liechtenstein, there would seem to be every reason to stop by San Marino. It’s got quaint villages surrounded by mountains and can easily be added to an Italian vacation itinerary.
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