9 iconic American destinations that have been ruined by tourists

The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

With its iconic red-orange towers spanning the picturesque San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge is undoubtedly a sight to behold.

Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, California

Welcoming around 10 million visitors per year, the Wharf buzzes with activity.

Pike Place Market, Seattle

A vibrant hub of activity, Seattle’s Pike Place Market is filled with colorful produce, fresh seafood, and talented street performers.

South Beach, Miami

 Every year, millions of tourists come to this tropical paradise, especially during spring break. It turns into a hub of activity. 

The French Quarter, New Orleans

The French Quarter of New Orleans, with its lively music and rich culture, is unfortunately burdened by overcrowding due to its immense popularity.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston

Often referred to as the "Cradle of Liberty," Faneuil Hall Marketplace is steeped in history and has evolved into a bustling shopping and dining destination.

Mall of America, Bloomington, Minnesota

This colossal retail destination has transformed the surrounding area into a bustling hotspot.

Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, Nevada

With approximately 42 million tourists flocking to the city each year, this iconic stretch of road is never short on excitement.

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