World’s Most ‘WTF’ Tourist Attractions

Hair Museum, Turkey

Does hanging out in a dank cave full of human hair sound like a dream vacation or what? In Avonas, Turkey, a local potter has taken over a cave to displays locks of hair left behind by tourists. Leave your contact info too and you could win a draw for a grand prize of… a trip back to the hair cave. Yaaaaaaay.

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Noodle Baths, Japan

Don’t just curl up with a nice up of soup, curl up in one at the Yunessan Spa House in Hakone, Japan. They offer a ramen pork broth bath treatment, which is said to boost collagen in your skin, making it appear more youthful. The pork broth is real, but sadly the giant noodles are not.

World’s Largest Pistachio Nut, Alomagordo, NM

Your favorite nut is now your favorite roadside attraction! A self-proclaimed “New Mexico Treasure,” this giant pistachio sculpture was built along in 2014 as a tribute to Tom McGinn, who founded the nearby McGinn Pistachio Tree Ranch.

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11 Great Hostels to Stay In

For budget-minded travelers in search of a cheap place to stay, hostels can be the perfect option. Generally, hostels offer much better value than hotels and short-term apartment rentals. Because less money is spent on accommodations, it allows globetrotters to designate a larger portion of their budget to good food and sightseeing activities instead.

11 Great Hostels in Europe to Stay In

If you’re a budget-minded backpacker interested in meeting fellow travelers along the way, hostels are an exceptional alternative. Intimate, community-minded, and affordable, hostels have exploded in popularity and really come a long way. From shared open-concept spaces to private ensuites, it’s easy to find a mix of both communal and secluded accommodations.

The 10 Most Historic Prisons

While jail time isn’t a walk in the park for any convicted felon, many tourists flock to historical prisons around the world when traveling. This is due to their mystic, history, and eerie ambiance. While it may seem a little crazy, visiting a local prison can provide a ton of insight on a region’s roots and culture.