Nothing is worse than visiting a spot that is highly talked about and feeling disappointed when leaving. Just because a landmark is famous, doesn’t mean that it isn’t overrated.
In an effort to help you avoid overrated sites on your next trip, we’ve rounded up a list of 5 landmarks you can skip.
We all know the story of Pilgrims arriving at Plymouth Rock in the early days of American history. However, there isn’t any proof that the boulder on display is the actual one pilgrims landed on in the 1600s.
When visiting Plymouth Rock, all you’ll see is a rock. You time will be better spent visiting the museums nearby.
Most people think of Hollywood as being fabulous, filled with streets lined with gold. Disappointingly, the Hollywood Walk of Fame is quite the opposite. Besides the names of celebrities in stars, the surrounding area is quite drab.
Stonehenge remains a mystery but at the end of the day, the 5,000-year-old landmark is still a pile of rocks. Since it’s located in the middle of nowhere, it can be skipped if you’re in a bind for time.
Visiting the Louvre is a must when in Paris — the museum is breathtaking and contains thousands of artworks. The museum’s most famous piece of art is the Mona Lisa but it can be quite a disappointment. The Mona Lisa is 30×20 inches and you’ll have to wait in a line to view the painting.
The London Eye is one of the most famous landmarks in this vibrant city. However, the price to ride the Ferris wheel is expensive. You can view the London Eye, but it’s not necessary to ride, especially when there is so much more to explore in London Town.