Best countries I've visited, ranked

  1. 1.
    As much as I throw shade at our nation for lack of public transportation and too much fast food and the horrible presidential candidates we have selected, America really is the best all-around place to visit. Oceans, mountains, fun and exciting cities, such a variety of cultures and food,and it's as or more affordable than any other place I've been.
  2. 2.
    Italy… Amazing food, wine with every meal, friendly people, historic churches and cobblestone towns, the founder of western civilization. And the most beautiful seaside towns in the world
  3. 3.
    The French know how to live. They work like 30 hours a week, make a big production out of every meal, and are known for the best food and wine in the world. And although overall most people are not necessarily rude, they are definitely not overly friendly either. And the government is way too involved in their lives.
  4. 4.
    Cute, quaint, America's older sister. Beautiful countryside and small lovely towns, odd but endearing hold out for the monarchy. British folk: your accent makes you sound intelligent no matter what you say, good work. Fantastic use of trains, especially old-timey steam trains. And of course, the birthplace of some incredible literature i.e. Harry Potter!
  5. 5.
    Castles and lochs are on point. Neat and distinctive culture, although your accents and cold weather make it a little more difficult to endure.
  6. 6.
    Cayman Islands
    The Caribbean… Everyone's vacation destination. Beautiful, relaxing, fantastic. Great island drinks, but other than the beach there does not seem to be much going on
  7. 7.
    Close behind Cayman, less touristy and so less flawless beaches
  8. 8.
    Interesting culture, cool scenery and cities, good food, afternoon ciesta. But, you eat dinner at 10 PM and stay up all night, I can't live like that
  9. 9.
    Canals—yes. Bike riding everywhere – yes. Laid-back people – yes. Rain and cold weather all year long - I can't take it. Red light district – just awful.
  10. 10.
    Although it's a poor country, your money doesn't really go much further. People are super nice and friendly, but like Spain, the hours they keep are basically nocturnal. I cannot leave to go out at 2 AM and stay out till 8 AM, that is just nuts.
  11. 11.
    Similar to Uruguay, but a little more modern or commercialized.
  12. 12.
    Sorry to our neighbors south of the border, but the parts I've been to are kind of dirty with lots of pushy salespeople, and I can't drink your water. I fear your lack of laws and insane amount of drug smuggling. But your food, warm weather, and laid-back culture are quite nice!