25 Most Bizarre Cities And Towns That You’ll Ever Visit

Check out the latest list: 25 Most Bizarre Cities and Towns That You’ll Ever Visit! The world is full of amazing and wonderful locations. However, for every sparkling metropolis or quaint hamlet, there’s a wildly weird community just down the road.

These crazy and unique cities and towns are found all around the globe. They encompass every stretch of the imagination; from hippie communes lost in the mountains of Australia. And, even to the dwarf villages deep in the heart of China. The only thing for certain is that these strange places will cause you to feel certain emotions.

You may appreciate the normality of your own home or feel like you’ve got one boring life! Without further ado, prepare for one crazy tour as we present the 25 most bizarre cities and towns that you’ll ever visit.

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Supilinn, Estonia


If you’re a fan of simplicity, solitude, and vegetables then this beautifully weird town in Estonia is the right place for your next vacation. Once a former slum, most of the houses in this town lack advanced construction materials, and the unusual naming of all of the town’s streets after various vegetables has resulted in the small town earning the nickname of “Soup Town.”


Nameless, Tennessee


This interestingly named place is an unincorporated community in Jackson County, Tennessee. Due to its unusual name, Nameless was mentioned in the Elvis Costello song “My Dark Life,” along with two other strangely named places; Ugly, Texas and Peculiar, Missouri.


Nimbin, New South Wales


Located in the “Rainbow Region” of NSW, Nimbin is a haven of Australian counterculture that dates back to the early 1970s when an influx of young college students, hippies, misfits, and party people migrated to the town and revolutionized its culture. Nimbin is often described by the media as a social experiment or the drug capital of Australia, but to many it’s just a place to chill and have a great time.


Longyearbyen, Svalbard


This cold but beautiful city on the island of Svalbard is home to a number of unusual quirks due to the frigid temperatures. Houses are built on stilts to keep the melting snow from flooding homes in the summer, the sun stays set for four months in the winter, and it’s illegal to die and be buried in the town since the perpetually freezing temperature keep corpses from decomposing properly.


Hell, Michigan


Hell is a small town in Michigan and don’t worry; the devil doesn’t live there, just a few ordinary people. Hell was featured on the Travel Channel’s Extreme Towns, and it was the home to the KFC promotional sweepstakes “Hotter Than Hell”, which gave away 500 coupons every day for free hot wings to entrants whose hometown’s temperature was higher than the temperature in Hell, Michigan.

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