Latin America has always been characterized by having dream places with great tourist charm. However, as in any area of the world, there is also another side of the coin, in which there are those sites that own or visitors qualify as unattractive. Therefore, we tell you which are the 7 cities considered ugliest in Latin America.
Mexico is a country of many contrasts, we find beautiful and paradisiacal beaches in places like Cancun and Acapulco and emblematic places even with wonders of the world included. However, its current situation also makes it worthy of the title as the Latin American country with the most ugly cities, at least in this ranking.
In this case, Tijuana, being a border city, has a particular characteristic that makes it one of the most dangerous cities in the world, especially because of organized crime, high taxes and even the poor condition of its streets.
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Also called “the cement jungle”. As it is the economic center of the country, the only thing that can be found in it are towers of offices and apartments, which generate a confusion of skyscrapers with insubstantial architecture.
The city remains busy with traffic jams every day. Likewise, in the capital of Brazil it is quite common to suffer from blackouts and floods. However, despite all these considerations, it is a good place to go shopping or eating.
Mexico City, Mexico
The capital of Mexico is classified as one of the most dangerous in the world, the growing crime throughout the country seems to ratify it. Additionally, its architectural aesthetics is not the most striking and it has few attractions for visitors. To make it part of this count, we also took into account that it currently holds the title of one of the most polluted places on the planet.
San Jose Costa Rica
Despite the fact that this country is one of the most desired destinations in the Caribbean, its capital offers very few attractions for travelers. Although it does not have a detestable architecture, it does not have the magic of other Central American cities considered as colonial heritage.
Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
It could be considered a great surprise that the capital of the Dominican Republic is on this list, as it is undoubtedly a picturesque place. If not because its own inhabitants consider it that way in the face of disorder, pollution, unmaintained monuments, poor urban organization and even streets without asphalt.
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
The main reason why this town in Honduras has a position in this ranking is because for three consecutive years it was considered the most dangerous city in the world. Although it has dropped in position for the time being, it remains unattractive.
This city has a special label as a commercial icon in Ecuador, especially because of its large airport, which could make it seem quite interesting. However, the reality is that its avenues are a great concentrate of cement and pollution.