5 Countries without Airports in The World

It’s fun to travel, especially if you have some countries on your bucket list. Some countries have flights that take forever to reach; however, the journey is memorable and fun. Now, what if we tell you that there are some beautiful countries in the world, where there are no airports. Wondering if such countries exist? Yes, they do, and here’s everything you must know about them.

Countries In The World With No Airports 

  • Vatican City

If you love everything wine, we are sure you know about Vatican City. Also known as the smallest country in the world, Vatican City does not have an airport. The nation is within Rome, and if you want to visit here, then fly to Rome and travel by road to reach the Vatican. The Vatican is only 30Km from Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport in Rome, making it easy for travellers to visit this beautiful country.

  • Andorra

Located on the border between Spain and France, this beautiful European country offers scenic hiking trails. Although the country lacks airports, its capital Vella is the highest elevated capital in Europe. If you want to reach Andorra, don’t worry, there are five nearby airports, and you can fly there and take a road trip from there. The airports are located in the bordering town of Spain and France.

  • San Marino

Also known as the fifth smallest country in the world, San Marino is a beautiful country without an airport. The country is known as the medieval walled old town, and if you wish to visit this country, you have to fly to Federico Fellini International Airport in Italy. From there, you can drive down to San Marino as the distance is only 21-25Km.

  • Monaco

The second smallest country in the world, Monaco is surrounded by France, and if you wish to visit it, you must fly to Nice Côte d’Azur Airport in France, and then take a half-hour boat ride from there.

  • Liechtenstein

Be sure to include Switzerland on your list of places to visit if you plan to visit this country. To get to Liechtenstein, you can take a car boat from the Swiss airport. If you prefer not to fly, you can also take the Swiss rail route and enjoy a scenic train ride to this place. Austria and Germany are two border towns of Liechtenstein.