Hoi An among top 10 most picturesque auto-free towns globally

Australian travel website Traveller has named the ancient town of Hoi An in the central province of Quang Nam among the top 10 most picturesque destinations in the world which are free of cars and motorbikes.

Travellers note that the 15th century port town is a renowned UNESCO World Heritage site which is greatly admired by guests for its French colonial architecture notable for its colourful lanterns and photo-worthy shop houses converted into cafés and bars.

Completing the list of the top 10 most picturesque auto-free towns include Rottnest Island of Western Australia, The Medina of Fez of Morocco, Venice of Italy, Masdar City of the United Arab Emirates, Dubrovnik Old Town of Croatia, Princes Islands of Turkey, and Fire Island of the United States./.


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