All countries I went were really good :)
france like for real, it honestly felt like istanbul when i went to marseille, disgusting.
Romania takes the cake I guess.
Portugal and Belgium, especially Brussel
Never visited a bad country
then avoid most of africa, asia and south america (also lot of eastern europe)
Btw it wasn't even bad, I've visited 4 countries only
Best country I have been to is probably UAE or USA
Slovakia but its still 10x times better than my shithole country (im not pakistani btw)
Looks like visiting mosul or syria
ive only been to 3 so idk
ALL COUNTRIES ARE BEAUTIFUL
I recommend Scotland and Osaka, Japan
Italy but probably only went to not the best parts
Morocco, Marrokezch isn't that bad thought
Tunesia is by far the shittiest place I've ever visited
Latvia or Turkey, both equally bad
Egypt maybe? Idk liked every one that I've visited tbh
probably egypt but i was in 5 star hotel so not that bad
timisoara was nice, but bro its kinda boring
All countries I have been to are pretty good but the worst was probably UK
I'd filter out by city rather than country, as you'll always have that good and bad parts of every one, i.e I love Belo Horizonte, but I hate Rio
Don't visit Pakistan they will bomb your butthole.
Best denmark worst germany
I like Serbia but Croatia takes the cake.
hmm I guess bulgaria, was ok doe
Not that i travelled to many countries and all of them i visited werent bad
I guess the worst one for me was russia
but it still was a 7/10
greece and serbia are the worst, austria and hungary were nice
I don't know, can't decide between 2 countries
I actually had a better time in America than anywhere I've been in UK.
i hated rome, felt kinda 3rd world
uae x100000 only a few big buildings so overated and probably one of the worst places to go, especially if you want to see middle Eastern culture
Bulgaria I guess, but I visited only 12
Edit: The best was Netherlands
India was completely shit
Mexico. One good thing about the country is you get amazing value when paying for escort services.
poland/hungary cant decide
Egypt, it's a completely caos
Very dirty place, but nice beaches
Finland, visited that country once and I was surrounded by chinese
Poland, only becuz mycousin live there
Greece (Trianta, Rhodes). Not too bad but I got a huge culture shock the first time I went there. Dirty dogs and cats running around, trash everywhere, even some chickens walking in the middle of the town (wtf), insane traffic.
Finland and Denmark, probably the most boring countries out there
LE: I would add Poland and Hungary as well, but those ratholes are way too irrelevant nowadays
Slovakia, but I haven't really been to any bad countries.
Spain omegalul only gyps1s
England.... the worst ive ever been to... i mean down the coast it was kinda nice but... eeeeh.. never again. Scotland was pretty good tho.. So i can definitely advice: no England, yes Scotland (y).. hope you choose the best! :P
coould be netherlands nothing wrong about country very good sightseeing but my trip didnt go well since i had to sleep at the airport and the air was fulk druggy
I was pretty bored most of the time during my vacation in Denmark. Overall it was still good, though it would be the worst vacation.
Don't go to any country touching the gulf of Mexico. So many beggers
australia specifically sydney, melbourne. rest of the country is ok though.
Russia when I was on World Cup 2018
In my childhood I visisted family in Gothenburg often, it was decent, but a couple of years ago I was in Malmö... terrible, terrible city. Sweden is becoming a horrendous multicultural and multiethnic country.
worst countries i visited:
only visited Portugal so there's your answer
Czechia by far. And it mostly has to do with the people and the poor infrastructure relative to where the gdp per capita indicates the country should be at.
India, was forced to go for some experience thing for 2 weeks, fucking slum country with people getting rapped everywhere. Horrible place to go
Philippines was worst, but at the same time it was great, so I guess pretty neutral opinion.
(Not quite a country, but let's say it is one for thread purposes)
Palestine. I was living in Israel for a long time, and once I took a taxi while drunk and asked the driver to get me to the closest mall. He was an arab, and Idk why, but he drove me, as I learned later, to the outskirts of palestine controlled Gaza. Holy shit was I scared. I didn't see much because I asked the lad to turn back and drive to my place instead, but what I did see was terrific. The town looked like something straight from afghan war pictures. Small, mostly windowless houses, people dressed in garbage and trash all over the place. I felt like I entered a Roma camp. The thing that amazed me the most were some kinds of garbage canals on both sides of roads. I’m not sure wether those were the sewers, but I saw massive amounts of brown shit pouring down in shallow holes right near the road (which were the worst roads I’ve seen in all of the middle east), smelling exactly like what the sewers smell like. May I mention the obvious, it NEVER rains there.
Tunisia wins by far. There is rubbish on streets like everywhere. Even on sea and highways. I couldnt even go for swimming because there was so much rubbish
The US and British Virgin Islands had a lot of poor people
all were okay i think, I didnt like big western cities because there is shit ton of immigrants that look suspicious they try to sell you total fake trash and if you dont want to buy they will say some stupid shit in allah and follow you but in the other hand there are great monuments and antiques and if you go to smaller cities its all okay
It was supposed to be Capital but it looked like a wasteland (no offense i just answer to the topic)
I was there 2 days so i cant judge it all but only what i saw.
When we arrived to our hotel it looked like it was not cleaned proper for months and the building looked like some old soviet lab from 80s
There was a student campus near our hotel which was not that nice eather we went there with my friend late friday night to ask where we can get some weed. First guy didint know a word of English and looked like he was 40 years old and the second guy told us to not ask because its very controlled there and he said we will get to jail if we keep asking.
So we went to drink beer and next day we went to buy some food from some street hotdog dude, i bought a hamburger if you can call it that... it was like 2 slices of bread and WHITE meat between them (i still eat it tho i was hangover and hungry) it tasted like a dog or something so i got a bit worried if i got ebola. Happily im still alive.
pros - no one tried to rob me and i actually felt pretty safe - people were nice mostly.
conclusion - i would visit again and i hope Poland gets it shit together for the best of their people.
What i hope i would have done in Poland? i was there only 2 days so i hope i would have had more time to explore Polish nature and other cities.
Poland - Warsaw. But as it's a capital, I won't judge the whole country.
Most of France is not great, either.
I don't think that's a good way select the best and go there
turkey for sure. most annoying people on earth
Swedistan/Stockholm dirty af
India was the worst by far
Bratislava. It was quite boring, poor city. But slovak girls were amazing tho.
Paris, i walked down the centre and there was just shit laying there everywhere on the streets which was disgusting.
Italy especially messina was terrible. Peoples was so shitty and dirty. But palermo and agrigento was nice af
My answer is gonna be Lisbon. I don't wanna judge the entire Portugal because of one city. I've been recieved very poorly by the locals (at least most of them). And the city center was quite dirty.
They all looked like the same.
Probably Athens, it’s a shithole. Also anywhere in Scotland that isn’t Edinburgh is grim af
Been to a lot of places but i cant really say any country was really bad, something nice about all of em but...
1. Gambia, the poverty outside the tourist area was really shocking to see
2. Lithuania/Latvia, not much to do, pretty basic central european flat landscape, visible poverty and everyone trying to scam you, food 2/5. That was in early 2000's tho and iv heard Baltics have improved a lot since.
Don't get me wrong, this is also a beautiful country but Roma and Napoli really are 3rd world shitholes.
by far the worst one was china?? i mean their outskirts (like rice fields and stuff) are pretty cool but i didnt joy anything in the city. australia's a pretty cool country tho-
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Dirtiest city i visited was prague. Their river made river thames water look drinkable. City ws nice but i enjoy nature more and prague's wasnt that great.
I guess South africa? its the only country i have ever been outside of europe
4) netherlands (i currently live here)
Honestly, there is no "bad" country you can visit, just unpleasant experiences. I have seen 10% of world's countries so far and I haven't really been disappointed by any of them, just a few unpleasant experiences here and there. The best thing I can tell you is to look up for things that interest you, such as nature, history, cuisine, culture etc. and pick something based on your interests.
Romania. I don't even want to remember my trip there. It was so horrible... I think what is needed then to create a topic about the favorite country as it is ugly only to sling mud at the country. One of my favorite countries is Bulgaria, a country that is close to Romania. Very strange, but its true. Bulgaria I liked first of all for its landscapes and prices. it's cheap. For example I was very surprised when I saw the prices of apartments . I rented an apartment for $ 150 with all the amenities.
i have been in spain , italia , france and belgium and the worst i ever been its france
almost 600 comments wtf new record
In terms of services france
I have only visited Estonia and Norway, so I choose Estonia
Ukraine. But only because of their shit roads that have holes all over the place. But if its just by visit it would probably be moldova because the people there weren't that nice
I can't think of anything other than Autobahn-Germany. Nothing is less interesting than the food & sights on the German freeway. I love the southern parts of Germany though.
Tbh Englan is pretty shitty, they don't have anything special to offer in case of buildings/architecture (The Shard is cool tho) and the most important thing for me - they don't their own regional food.
Without a doubt India... I've visited many countries so far but India wasn't my thing.
Southern vietnam, trash are everywhere but the people so cool
google, instagram, hell even Facebook and HLTV are banned....
Not to mention the oppressive government spying on what you say and what you do.
None worst, all have its pros and cons
I have been to Scotland, USA, Canada, Italy, Ukraine, Poland, Sweden and France this year. I was afraid of Ukraine and Poland, but at the end, those countries were fucking perfect and I had good time.
But I am quite sure I will not return to France for a long time, Paris was really disgusting, I expected something completely different. Marseille just a big disappointment as well. I realise that if I go to some small city/village for wine tasting and just chill for a week there, it will be nice, but you can do this anywhere in Europe, small places without tourists are just nice in general.
To not shit on France only, Malmo is strange as well, did not feel very comfortable/safe there.
On the other hand, I expected bad things from Italy, especially Rome as people were crying about it, but it was beautiful, no problems at all. All you have to do is to ignore all kind of low lifes trying to sell you shit and scam you, just don't talk to them, give some bad looks and enjoy everything around.
Travel safe my bois! And tell me if its worth it to see Berlin, I heard some good stuff.
Crete or Cyprus because I had to go to each 5 times and it gets fkn boring .
Sorry Finns. but Finland in my experience
USA was the worst and the best at the same time
France. Biggest shit hole in the universe lmao
Northern Cyprus, it's pretty sucks. Specially when I compare it to normal Cyprus
I think all of Middle East has too warm weather, ugly concrete buildings and unintersting landscapes + some people with bad attitudes, but Israel is the only country there, that I have visited (rest of knowledge is from tv documentaries etc).
Was in Israel 7 months, but only came across a few nice places, like Ein Gedi
Malaysia. They ate with their hands mens. If you drove for like 35 minutes outside of Kuala Lumpur you would see loads of shitty little run down houses in the middle of the jungle.
Bosnia, sorry Bosnians but it was so dirty and mean people :(
I have only visited France and Finland so I have to say France lel
Of all the places i've been to, I think Brazil was kinda shitty. The people is decent tho.