6 Creepy Abandoned Places Only Brave Travelers Should Visit


Are you tired of the same old tourist spots? Want to add some spice to your next trip? Check out these abandoned areas - some worth the visit, and some not so much.

Isla de las Muñecas

Isla de las Muñecas

If you're heading to Mexico, you might want to skip Isla de las Muñecas. Unless, of course, you're into creepy dolls on display.

Floating Forest

Over 100 years old, the stunning floating forest in Australia features an abandoned ship from centuries past. But beware, it's become quite the tourist trap.

Salto Hotel, Colombia

This mansion in Colombia may look beautiful, but it's believed to be haunted. It closed down due to lack of interest, but after adding a museum theme, it reopened as a tourist attraction. Will you be brave enough to visit?

Pripyat, Ukraine

A view of the abandoned city of Pripyat

Pripyat, Ukraine is not just any abandoned city, it's a radioactive one! After the Chernobyl disaster, the city was evacuated and left to decay. But don't worry, it's safe to visit now as the radiation levels are low. Just don't go licking any walls or anything.

Silver City, Idaho

This ghost town in Idaho is home to less than 3000 people and only 70 buildings. It's not exactly a bustling metropolis, but it's definitely worth a visit if you're into creepy vibes. Who knows, you might even spot a ghost or two!

Underwater City

If you're planning a trip to China, make sure to add the Underwater City to your itinerary. This ancient attraction is over 1000 years old and submerged underwater. It's like Atlantis, but real! Just don't forget your scuba gear.

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