World's 10 most hated cities世界上10個最討厭的城市

They're not the worst cities in the world, they're the best at bugging people. Introducing the places guaranteed to swing your mood southward

Last week we got all loved-up with our ranking of the most loved cities in the world

This week we're feeling cranky. 

However, the worst thing that could ever be said about a city is not that it merits “top 10 most hated” status.

No, the worst thing that could ever be said about a city is that it’s not even worth discussing.

Say what you like about these 10 places (and lots of people do), they all prompt conversation. OK, plenty of critical conversation according to our findings, but we mean that in the most positive light.

So let’s re-name this one “10 cities travelers most love to hate” -- and secretly hope that they remain, if not “awfully beautiful,” at least “beautifully awful” to some degree.

Because who really wants a world full of Vancouvers and Stockholms?

 

10. Belize City

hated cities belizeHate Belize? No no no. I'd just prefer to be somewhere else.


Few tropical outposts less than a three-hour flight from Dallas have spawned as many alluring Sunday travel section taglines as Belize -- a diving and cruise ship magnet that has been dubbed “Central America Lite,” “the other Caribbean” and “the gateway to the world’s second largest barrier reef.”

With all that warm press and tourist traffic passing through, you’d expect Belize City to have kicked its nagging reputation as the sorriest port o’ call on either edge of the Caribbean.

Crime. Drugs. Dilapidation. Welcoming committees of bored, desperate touts. A vibe that screams avoid-being-out-after-dark-and-wait-for-your-real-itinerary-to-begin. Belize City has it all.

When your own Director of Tourism owns that Belize’s main transport hub is “consistently rated as the worst destination” among cruise passengers, something more than the city’s famous swing bridge may need adjusting.

Until then, it’s full speed to the puddle jumpers and water taxis.

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9. Cairo

Not good enough to like, not bad enough to avoid.


There are other cities coping with even more crippling air pollution, maniacal driving, ridiculous traffic, overpopulation and post-revolution stress -- though not too many, and none we can think of that travelers would ever put very high on a sightseeing list.

Cairo, of course, impels us to come anyway -- which naturally breeds some resentment.

Home of the world’s last remaining ancient Wonder and an incomparable wealth of history and antiquities that rank high on any serious globetrotter’s bucket list, visitors these days are forced to turn more than just a blind lung to a recent World Health Organization report that equatesbreathing in this city with smoking a pack a day

“Avoid the crowds and protests and it should be fine otherwise,” advises one recent visitor on Lonely Planet’s Thorn Tree.

“We can't predict what will happen, but keep your ear to the ground and you should be OK,” hedges another.

It needs to be asked: Was modern Cairo really what Pharaoh Khufu had in mind in his 5,000 Year Plan?

 

8. New Delhi

delhi hatersThese guys aren't even the hawkers -- they're the hawkees.


Travel scams happen everywhere. But few cities fuel as much lengthy discussion and strategizing about them as India’s sprawling capital -- arguably the world’s favorite place for travel forum junkies to dish on their favorite travel forum topic:

How to avoid getting fleeced outside the airport, at the train station, at your hotel and everywhere in between.

“There are plenty of cons to be aware of,” blogs TravBuddy in a post entitled "Scam City: Delhi’s Tourist Hustles and How To Avoid Them," which lists several popular ones by name: The "Government Tourist Office" scam; The "Hotel Commission" scam; The "Fake Train Station" scam; The "Airport Transfer" scam, etc.

Learn these. Commit them to memory. Then go out and freely soak in the opulence of New Delhi, the breathless chaos of Old Delhi -- the otherworldly extremeness of it all, knowing that your street savvy is really no match for a place that makes New York look prenatal.

“Avoiding scams and touts in Delhi,” posts travel community site, traveldudes.org, “the chances are really high that you will be scammed anyway.”

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7. Jakarta, Indonesia

jakarta city worst bitsJakarta: great, if frustration is your favorite emotion.


Jakarta isn’t nicknamed “The Big Durian” (thorny, odorous fruit you might actually enjoy if you give it a chance) for nothing.

“It is a very demanding city from a traveler’s perspective, full of surprises and awaiting difficulties,” notes one TripAdvisor expat who came to love Jakarta after six months. “Once you get to know it, you can’t have enough of it.”

The obvious snag. Indonesia’s 8 million annual tourists arriving at this springboard to Bali, Yogyakarta, Sumatra -- anywhere but here -- spend on average 7.84 days in Indonesia according to a 2011 study by the country’s Central Bureau for Statistics.

How long will it take most visitors to decide they haven’t enough time to gain an insider’s appreciation about this sprawling city choked with traffic, pollution, poverty and tourist “draws” largely revolving around random street adventures and an epidemic of malls?

About 7.84 seconds.

    

6. Lima, Peru

lima cityLima: world's biggest victim of faint praise.


Latin America’s fifth-largest metropolis may be marginally cleaner than Mexico City, somewhat safer than Sao Paulo and way more beach-friendly than La Paz, yet Lima continues to quietly suffer from the worst, if well-meaning, curse in travel circles: being constantly described as a place that’s not nearly as dull as everyone else keeps saying it is.

“If you’re prepared to delve into the nooks and crannies of this massive city, then you can find plenty to admire,” blogs one Lima supporter, after delivering the mortal blow that “most people that I’ve spoken to about Peru don’t really rate Lima. It’s ugly, it’s boring, it’s not traditional enough, are the main complaints I’ve heard.”

“Who knew we'd love Lima so much?” opines another blogger. “My Spanish teacher said it was boring. Lonely Planet didn't make it sound exciting. Others yawned through it -- but four times wasn't enough Lima for me!”

“For much of the year, a smog hangs over Lima. The city looks washed out and monochrome. When you combine this with years of news (and rumors) about Lima being unsafe, shabby or just plain boring,” opines Time Out in its defense of Lima, it’s no wonder people overlook “Latin America’s best-kept secret.”

Blame it on that herd mentality, but until Lima’s staunchest fanbase stops going on about how everyone else mistakenly finds the place insufferable, it’s a one-way ticket to Machu Picchu, please.

    

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5. Los Angeles

LA cityLos Angeles. Or should that be Lots Angry?


To clarify, we’re talking about the one in California. Not Los Angeles, Texas (pop. 20), a little spot near San Antonio that adopted the name in 1923 as an unsuccessful promotional stunt. Nobody you know has anything bad to say about that place.

Not so for this center-less megalopolis sloppily carved into about 90 sub-cities, over 20 ailing freeways, countless area codes and a half-million strip malls with mediocre Thai food. 

How did a semi-arid desert without a decent water supply get so huge -- and so hugely disliked?

Stealing water didn’t help, but that was a long time ago.

“When you get there, there is no there, there,” says one of many underwhelmed L.A. bashers on quora.com, who adds that tourist traps like Hollywood are a total bummer.

So are earthquakes, race riots, traffic pileups, smog reports, constant sirens and the irksome sense that people who live here are okay with all of that because the weather’s nicer than wherever they moved from.

However it happened, “I hate L.A.” has evolved into a kneejerk not just for obvious rivals like San Francisco but virtually every other American city full of folks who may never have actually been to L.A. but can just imagine.

Not even Randy Newman can sing over a PR mudslide like that.

    

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4. Timbuktu, Mali

timbuktuNice weather for camels.


A century ago, the world’s most tenacious travelers may have been awarded a brief thrill upon reaching this legendary trans-Saharan trading center hiding in the middle of nowhere.

But even then, Timbuktu was nearly half-a-millennium past its golden years and largely relying on the travel industry’s most dubious selling point: being so ridiculously remote and unspectacular that even the dictionary references you as “any extremely distant place.”

Today, according to a recent British survey, a third of the public doesn’t believe that Timbuktu actually exists.

Among the remaining two-thirds are those romantic, off-the-beaten-path travelers who’ve fought tooth and claw to get all the way out here only to find a stifling, sand-strewn cluster of shabby buildings staving off desertification.

 

3. Paris

paris cityMaybe if I don't look, this "French breakfast" will taste bigger.


Paris inspires a certain love-hate relationship.

Not just for fans of old Renoir or Chevy Chase movies, but for travelers too -- who inspired us to feature this singular place twice. Here and in last week’s column: “World's most loved cities.”

What do people love about Paris? If you don’t already know, click the link to find out.

In the meantime, what do people not love about Paris, aside from the usual rude waiter stereotypes, crazy lines at the Louvre and the city’s knack for rekindling long-kicked smoking habits about 10 minutes after landing?

“I was wondering what was so special about the 'French Breakfast' that I saw advertised everywhere we went,” comments a frequent Paris traveler on VirtualTourist, who sat down and ordered one during his first visit to the city. “For 20 euros you get a croissant, butter, three ounces of hot chocolate, three ounces of orange juice and a small baguette. Are you kidding??”

“Don’t be too easily flattered as you approach the Place du Tertre in Montmartre,” another visitor warns about platoons of starving artists bombarding first-timers to have their portrait done. “I've now lost count of the number of times we've been told that [my husband] has 'interesting hair.’”

“I just read of someone’s four-hour wait to ascend the Eiffel Tower and recalled the coldest I had ever been -- the day I waited atop the platform on the Eiffel Tower, waiting to go to the next level.”

“We made our way to the catacombs hoping to find an extraordinary sight,” says another. “Unfortunately, it was nothing but rooms and rooms and rooms full of bones.”

Every legendary city suffers some degree of overhype. About the food, the views, the charming street scene, the faint possibility of jumping into a car at the stroke of midnight and riding into a more exciting era with Ernest Hemingway & friends, etc.

But the dreamy expectations reserved for Paris -- propagated by generations of writers who haven’t been here in awhile -- are in their own league.

What first-timer here isn’t going to be a little disillusioned after wandering around for hours with checklists, arrondissement maps and dog-poop-soiled shoes without finding a decent place for a quick bite?  

Also on CNNGo: Best and worst things about living abroad

 

2. Sydney & Melbourne (or Melbourne & Sydney)

sydney hates melbourneLike looking in the mirror and snarling.
Australia’s top two cities would be nowhere near this list if it weren’t for the 177 straight years of utter hatred they’ve reserved for each other.

Since the founding of Melbourne in 1835 (by exactly the kind of pennywise, do-gooder farmboys that Sydney’s felon founders had no patience for), Sydneysiders and Melburnians have been loathingly distinguishing themselves from each other in ways that would make Toronto and Montreal blush. 

Still, they may have overlooked the greatest source of antipathy of all, notes Anthony Sharwood in The Punch.

“Sydney and Melbourne have much, much more in common than either of them ever care to admit.” In fact, “Melbourne is the city in the world most similar to Sydney.”

About 4 million multicultural residents spread across a trendy downtown area with sprawling suburbs, high home prices, a vibrant food and arts scene, Australian TV and radio stations, the occasional bushfire and an intense repugnance for a certain unspeakable place 720 kilometers away.

Which city are we talking about here? Either Melbourne or Sydney, perhaps?

But wait. There is a startling difference. Last year, The Economist ranked Melbourne the “World’s Most Livable City” with 97.5 points. Sydney came in sixth in this same survey with 96.1 points. 

Do the math. These places are like fire and ice.

 

1. Tijuana, Mexico

Tijuana, MexicoSign reads "No more kidnappings." Need we say more?


Last year, says BajaInsider.com, Tijuana had a lower murder rate and fewer carjackings than Philadelphia in spite of having a police force a third the size -- so why is there a Department of State Travel Warning for TJ and not for Philly?

But never mind all those obvious, glossed-over comparisons between Tijuana and urban Pennsylvania.

The point is that while there are even dicier border towns, cheesier drinking holes, wearier haggling magnets and gloomier border crossings (sorry, folks, drug-screenings take time) than Tijuana, it’s hard to find an undiscriminating tourism hub that’s taken a bigger hit in the public eye lately.

According to a recent Worldfocus report, Tijuana’s annual tourism numbers have plummeted by as much as 90 percent in less than 10 years, and other research estimates that visitor-related revenue has declined by almost as much over a similar period.

Drug cartel violence. The recession. Recent swine flu outbreaks. If any place can rebound from all this, it’s TJ.

But when Southern California marketing firms start shying away from that age-old pitch -- “Come to San Diego and be in a foreign country in 20 minutes” -- that’s when you have to wonder if all those never again regulars kind of mean it this time.

   

他們不是最嚴重的城市在世界上,他們是最好的竊聽的人。引入保證向南擺動你的心情的地方

上週我們得到了所有親人,與我們的的排名最喜愛的城市之一。 

這一周我們感覺胡思亂想。 

但是,最糟糕的事情可能永遠不會說的一個城市不在於它的優點“十大最討厭”的地位。

不,最糟糕的事情可能永遠不會說的一個城市,它甚至不是值得討論。

說你喜歡這10個名額是什麼(和很多人這樣做),他們都及時談話。好了,根據我們的研究結果很多重要的談話,但我們的意思是,在最積極的光。

因此,讓我們重新命名這個“10個城市的旅客大部分由愛生恨” - 而暗自希望他們繼續,如果不是“非常漂亮”,至少是“可怕的精美”在一定程度上。

因為誰真的想要一個完整的Vancouvers和斯德哥爾摩的世界呢?

 

10。伯利茲城

討厭的城市伯利茲恨伯利茲?不不不。我只是喜歡在別處。


幾個熱帶前哨不到三個小時的飛行從達拉斯已經催生了許多誘人的星期天旅遊節標語為伯利茲-已被稱為潛水和遊船磁鐵“中美洲精簡版”,“在其他加勒比“和”網關世界上第二大的堡礁。“

與所有的溫壓和旅遊交通經過,你會期望伯利茲城已經踢了嘮叨的聲譽,最難過的口O“加勒比海任一邊緣上調用。

犯罪。藥物。破損。無聊,絕望的吹捧歡迎委員會。那慘叫了盛傳避免感 - 出後暗與等待換你的 - 真實的行程到開始。伯利茲市已說明了一切。

當你自己的旅遊董事擁有伯利茲的主要交通樞紐是“一直被評為最差的目的地”遊輪乘客中,更多的東西比這個城市著名的鞦韆橋可能需要調整

在此之前,它的全速水坑跳線和水上的士。

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9。開羅

不夠喜歡,不夠壞,以避免不錯。


還有其他一些城市,甚至更沉重的空氣污染,瘋狂駕駛,可笑的交通,人口過剩和革命後的應付壓力 - 雖然不是太多,而且沒有我們能想到的,旅客會永遠放在非常高的觀光名單。

開羅,當然,促使我們來反正 - 這自然滋生有些反感。

首頁是世界上僅存的古代奇蹟和歷史,而排名高對任何嚴肅的環球旅行家的水桶名單文物的無比豐富的,遊客這幾天都被迫轉向不僅僅是一個盲目的肺是相當於一個最近世界衛生組織報告呼吸這個城市有抽煙一天一包。 

“避開人潮和抗議,這應該是罰款,否則,”建議最近的一個訪問者在Lonely Planet的荊棘樹。

“我們無法預測會發生什麼事,但要保持你的耳朵在地上,你應該確定,”對沖另一個。

它需要問:當時現代開羅真的是胡夫法老腦子裡在他的5000年的計劃?

8,新德里

德里仇敵這些傢伙是不是連小販 - 他們是hawkees。


旅遊詐騙發生無處不在。但一些城市推動盡可能多長時間的討論,運籌帷幄對他們為印度的龐大的資本 - 可以說是世界上最喜歡的地方旅遊論壇迷們拋出自己的喜愛的旅遊論壇主題:

如何避免被被宰機場外,在火車站,在你的酒店和無處不在兩者之間。

“有很多缺點,以做到心中有數,”博客TravBuddy在一份題為“騙局城市:新德里的旅遊催促和如何避免它們崗位,“ 其中列出了幾個名字流行的:“政府旅遊局”騙局; 「酒店證監會“騙局; “假火車站”騙局;在“機場接送”騙局等

了解這些。積極投入到內存中。然後走出去,自由浸泡在新德里,舊德里的氣喘吁籲亂富裕 - 這一切的超凡脫俗的偏激,知道你的街道精明實在敵不過一個地方,讓紐約州看看產前檢查。

“避免詐騙和吹捧在德里,”崗位旅遊社區網站,traveldudes.org “的機會是非常高的,你無論如何都會被被騙了。”

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7,雅加達,印度尼西亞

雅加達市最糟糕的位雅加達:很大,如果挫折感是你最喜歡的情感。


雅加達是不是綽號“大榴蓮”(棘手,有異味的水果你可能會真正享受,如果你給它一個機會)白白。

“這是一個從旅客的角度來看,充滿了驚喜和等待的困難非常苛刻的城市,指出:”誰進來半年後愛雅加達1到外籍人士。“一旦你了解它,你不能有它就夠了。”

最明顯的障礙。印尼800萬年接待遊客到達這個跳板,巴厘島,日惹,蘇門答臘-任何地方,但在這裡-  平均花費7.84天在印尼根據2011年的研究由國家中央統計局。

它需要多長時間大多數遊客來決定他們沒有足夠的時間來獲得有關這個龐大的城市有知情者升值哽咽著交通,污染,貧困和旅遊“畫”主要是圍繞著街頭隨機冒險和商場的流行?

關於7.84秒。

6,利馬,秘魯

利馬市利馬:全球最大的微弱的讚美受害者。


拉美的第五大大都市可能會略高於墨西哥城,比聖保羅有些更安全,更清潔的方式更加海灘友好比拉巴斯,但利馬繼續悄悄地從最壞的苦,如果善意,罵人旅遊圈:幸福經常被描述為一個地方,是幾乎沒有沉悶的其他人口口聲聲說是。

“如果你願意深入研究這個龐大的城市的角落和縫隙,那麼你可以找到大量的佩服,” 博客之一利馬支持者,提供了致命的一擊之後說,“我已經談過秘魯唐大部分人'噸真正評價利馬。這是醜陋的,它是枯燥的,它不是傳統的不夠,是我聽說過的主訴。“

“誰知道我們很想利馬這麼多?”冠癭鹼另一個博客。“我的西班牙語老師說,這是無聊。孤獨星球並沒有讓這聽起來令人興奮。其他打了個哈欠通過它 - 但四次是不夠的利馬給我!“

“對於一年中大多數時間,一個煙霧籠罩著利馬。這個城市看起來衝了出去和單色。當你把這個具有多年的新聞(和謠言)關於利馬是不安全的,破舊或只是平淡乏味,“冠癭鹼超時在利馬的防守,這也難怪人們忽視“拉美最好的秘密。”

責怪的從眾心理,但直到利馬最堅定的粉絲團停止正在進行有關如何其他人誤認為的地方難以忍受,這是一個單程票到馬丘比丘,請。

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5。洛杉磯

洛杉磯市洛杉磯。或者應該說是很多憤怒?


為了澄清,我們在談論一個在加利福尼亞州。不是洛杉磯,德克薩斯州(人口20),靠近聖安東尼奧一個小點所採取的名字在1923年作為一個不成功的宣傳噱頭。你知道沒有人有什麼不好說的那個地方。

沒那麼該中心少大都市拖泥帶水雕刻成約90分的城市,超過20境況不佳的高速公路,無數的地區代碼和一個半百萬條商場與平庸的泰國菜。 

沒有一個像樣的供水半乾旱的沙漠怎麼會如此巨大 - 等巨大的不喜歡?

偷水並沒有幫助,但那是很久以前的。

“當你到達那裡,有沒有有,有,”說,許多膩味洛杉磯抨擊上quora.com,誰補充說,旅遊陷阱像好萊塢一共有無賴之一。

那麼,地震,種族騷亂,交通pileups,煙霧報導,恆警報器和令人厭煩的感覺,人們誰住在這裡也還可以與所有的,由於天氣的不是地方,他們從移動更好。

但是它發生了,“我討厭洛杉磯”已經演變成一個下意識不只是像舊金山,但幾乎所有其他的美國城市充滿人誰可能從來沒有真正到過洛杉磯,但可以想像的明顯的對手。

甚至沒有蘭迪·紐曼可以唱了一個公關泥石流這樣的。

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4,廷巴克圖,馬里

廷巴克圖天氣晴朗的駱駝。


一個世紀前,世界上最頑強的旅客可能已經在到達這個傳說中的跨撒哈拉貿易中心躲在中間的地方獲得了短暫的快感。

但即便如此,廷巴克圖是近半年時間過去千年的黃金十年,在很大程度上依賴於旅遊業的最可疑的賣點:這麼可笑的遠程和引人注意,即使字典引用您為“任何非常遙遠的地方。”

今天,根據最近的一項英國調查顯示,有三分之一  市民不相信,廷巴克圖確實存在

在餘下的三分之二是誰已經打了牙齒和爪子,讓所有的出路這裡才發現破舊的建築物避開了荒漠化的苦悶,沙子散落集群那些風花雪月,現成的,毆打路徑的旅客。

3。巴黎

巴黎城市也許,如果我不看,這種“法式早餐”的味道會更大。


巴黎激發一定的愛恨交加。

不只是老雷諾阿或切維蔡斯的電影迷,但對旅客太-誰鼓舞了我們擁有這個奇異的地方兩次。在這裡,並在上週的專欄:“ 世界上最喜愛的城市。“

人們愛講巴黎的什麼?如果你還不知道,點擊鏈接了解一下。

在此期間,什麼人不愛關於巴黎,除了平時對服務員態度惡劣的刻板印象,在盧浮宮瘋狂的線條和城市的訣竅死灰復燃長期踢吸煙習慣有關著陸後10分鐘呢?

“我想知道什麼特別之處的”法國式“,我看到到處都是廣告,我們去了,” 評論經常巴黎旅行的VirtualTourist,誰坐了下來,他第一次到這個城市中有序之一。“20歐元就得到一個羊角麵包,黃油,三盎司的熱巧克力,3盎司橙汁和一個小麵包。你在開玩笑吧?“

“不要太容易受寵若驚,當你接近的小丘廣場在蒙馬特,”另一位遊客發出警告挨餓的藝術家排轟擊第一次出國有他 ​​們的肖像做。“我現在已經失去了的時候,我們已經被告知,[我的丈夫]有多少算”有趣的頭髮。“

“我剛剛看了某人的四個小時的等待登上艾菲爾鐵塔和回憶最冷的我曾經是 - 我等之上的平台上的艾菲爾鐵塔,等待進入下一個層次的一天”

“我們做了我們的方式希望能找到一個非凡的景象地下墓穴,說:”另一個。“不幸的是,它是什麼,但房間和房間和房間充滿骨頭。”

每一個傳奇的城市遭受一定程度的overhype的。關於食物的看法,迷人的街景,跳進一輛車在午夜的行程和騎成一個更令人興奮的時代,海明威和朋友等的微弱可能性

但留給巴黎的夢幻般的期待 - 被一代代的作家在這裡一直沒在一段時間誰的傳播 - 在他們自己的聯賽。

什麼在這裡第一次計時器是不會為小時清單,郡地圖和狗便便弄髒鞋子四處流浪沒有找到一個快速咬一個體面的地方後,有點看破紅塵?  

CNNGo相關文章:關於國外生活的最佳和最糟糕的事情

2,悉尼和墨爾本(或墨爾本和悉尼)

悉尼墨爾本恨像在照鏡子和咆哮。
澳大利亞最大的兩個城市將遠不及此列表,如果它不是為了177連續年的極度仇恨,他們已經保留給對方。

由於墨爾本於1835年成立(由正是那種錙銖必較的,做的好人farmboys悉尼的重犯創始人沒耐心),悉尼和墨爾本人已loathingly相互區分自己的方式,會令多倫多和蒙特利爾臉紅。 

儘管如此,他們可能忽略了所有的反感的最大來源,指出安東尼Sharwood在打孔

“悉尼和墨爾本有很多很多的共同點比其中任何以往任何時候都願意承認。”事實上,“墨爾本是世界上最相似的悉尼。”

約400萬多元的居民分散在時尚繁華地段有蔓延的郊區,高房價,一個充滿活力的食品和藝術界,澳大利亞電視台和廣播電台,偶爾的森林大火和強烈的反感一定難言的地方720公里路程。

哪個城市是我們這裡所說的?無論是墨爾本或悉尼,也許?

但等待。有一個驚人的差異。去年,經濟學家排名墨爾本的“ 全球最宜居城市 “與97.5點。悉尼排在第六位同樣的調查,96.1分。 

做數學題。這些地方就像火與冰。

1,蒂華納,墨西哥

墨西哥蒂華納牌子上寫著“沒有更多的綁架事件。” 需要我們多說嗎?


去年,說BajaInsider.com,蒂華納有一個較低的謀殺率,比費城劫車更少內雖然有警察強制三分之一大小的-所以為什麼有國家旅遊部門警告用於在TJ而不是費城?

不過沒關係所有那些顯而易見的,蒂華納和賓夕法尼亞州城市之間掩飾,在比較。

問題的關鍵是,雖然上面還有dicier邊境城鎮,cheesier飲酒孔,wearier討價還價磁鐵和悲觀邊境口岸(對不起,伙計,藥物放映需要時間)比蒂華納,很難發現,就是採取了更大的打擊不加區別旅遊集散中心在公眾的視線最近。

根據最近的Worldfocus報告,蒂華納的年旅遊人數已高達90%,在不到10歲驟降,和其他研究估計,遊客相關的收入已經下降了幾乎同樣多過一個類似的時期。

販毒集團的暴力行為。經濟衰退。最近的豬流感疫情。如果有任何地方都可以從所有這一切反彈,這是TJ。

但是,當南加州的營銷公司開始迴避那個古老的間距 - “來到圣迭戈,並在國外有20分鐘” - 當你不得不懷疑那種如果所有這些永遠不會再老主顧的意思是這是這個時候。

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