12 of the Worst Tourist Destinations in the United States 

Not all tourist destinations are created equal, and some may leave visitors feeling disappointed or underwhelmed. Recently on an online platform, Americans have shared their thoughts on the worst tourist destinations in the U.S.

1. Hollywood

 According to some American's, Hollywood's filthy surroundings, overpriced attractions, and overall bleak atmosphere make it a far cry from the glitz and glamour that it’s often portrayed to be.

2. Niagara Falls

One American believes this tourist destination has lost its charm due to rampant commercialization and lack of maintenance, leaving the towns unappealing. Despite the magnificence of the falls, the user suggests that the overall experience of visiting the area may be better.

3. Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, once considered a glamorous and attractive destination, has received criticism from other Americans who suggest it is a tourist trap devoid of meaningful experiences. Instead, they recommend exploring other areas that offer more authentic and enriching travel experiences.

4. Great Salt Lake, Utah

According to travelers, the lake is underwhelming and downright unpleasant, with a pungent odor and stinging water caused by its high salt content. As if that’s not bad enough, there’s also a severe lack of things to see and do in the area, making the journey not worth the hassle.

5. Bourbon Street, NOLA

While Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans may be a popular attraction for tourists, an adventurer suggests that it is the worst tourist destination in the U.S. They describe it as a trashy, overpriced, and depressing spot for drunken revelry.

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