Travellers reveal the cities they will NEVER return to
Cities aren39;t for everyone. And even fans of exciting， metropoles can find some urban sprawls too extreme to enjoy when they visit.
Travellers have been sharing details of the cities they would never go back to， and some of their choices are surprising.
While many feature places such as Las Vegas and Dubai high on their bucket lists， those who have trodden the path instead describe bland or ugly destinations that are best avoided.
In a Reddit post， hundreds of disgruntled travellers named and shamed the vacation spots that they regretted wasting valuable holiday time on.
One of the biggest criticisms seemed to centre around newer cities， for holidaymakers.
This included the popular tourist hotspot Las Vegas， which was criticised for its ugly architecture.
called SuperDude said: 39;It was amazing how ugly the place was! So many run-down build city.39;
A similar criticism was levelled at Dubai by Thokeshwar， who said: 39;Looking past its glitz and glamour， it39; feels fake.
'Also the discrimination， if you' to a westerner or Asians.'
For other cities， the attitudes of the locals was the feature that made the area so unpleasant to visit.
for its beautiful buildings and inventing pizza， but it has stuck in other visitors' minds for its aggressive drivers.
called -is said: 'Italian drivers are already aggressive， which is fine， but Naples takes this to a whole new level.
'Taxis will take two parties to the same hotel and charge each party full price pizzeria with a wood fire oven， wood from old coffins.'
The same was said of San Francisco in California， except the city's homeless population was criticised instead of the local cabbies.
called MyNervesHurt said: ' give them a handout， aggressively get in your face and ask for your money.'
to Nessie7's experience of the living in Cali， Columbia though.
She said of her time in the city: 'Spent two months there， and experienced eight-nine attempted robberies， and an armed robbery of the hostel I was staying at.'
For example in Florence， Italy， most of the blame was directed at fellow visitors by B00mgoesthedynamit3， who said: 'It's not a bad place by any means hordes of tourists， lines for every attraction， people peddling stuff every two feet/people also trying to rob you..
' go to Siena about 30ish miles away and have an immensely better experience with a fraction of the hassle.'
Florence isn't alone - a town or city's popularity can often be its downfall it seems， with Corfu in Greece also criticised for being a tourist trap.
JoeyBulgaria said of the place: 'It was the most generic touristy city I've ever been to.
'It didn't seem like there was anything that city had which you couldn't find a better version of in another Greek city.
'It' salespeople selling expensive gift type things， and markets and shopping.'