Most Tattooed Countries in the World You Would Like to Visit

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There are various reasons to travel to some place. Some travel to visit the world’s most beautiful beaches. Others rather spend their days exploring historical sites. There are people who love getting to know the clubbing scene of different countries. If you are a tattoo enthusiast, you might appreciate going to some country where there are plenty of inked people that could be a beautiful sight for the eyes and an inspiration for future drawings. So, if you are up for an adventure of a lifetime, we present you with some of the countries where the majority of population is tattooed, which are, by the way, amazing to visit.

The United Kingdom

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The United Kingdom is one of the most tattooed countries in the world and according to the U.K. style, some of the biggest trends for the current year when it comes to ink are hip tattoos, inner arm tattoos, realistic tattoos, tiny tattoos, geometric shapes, colors, etc. But 2017 isn’t nearly the beginning of the long history of tattooing in the U.K. Tattoos flourished in England back in the early 19th century, and ever since they’ve flooded most of British cities, starting from Birmingham to Cardiff, but ink shouldn’t be your only reason to check out the U.K.

It is a country of great views and magnificent scenery (mountains, hills, farmlands…), but it doesn’t lack in urban adventures in fantastic cities. The prehistoric traces of peoples like Celts, Vikings and Brits will tell you a story about the origin of this culture. Also, you’ll be able to finish your visit in what’s considered to be the most representative trait of British culture today – the pubs.

Australia and New Zealand

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Since these two are so close, they could easily be visited at one go. Of course, you should start from New Zealand, since it is believed to have originated in Polynesia. The island’s Maori are still wearing traditional tattoos that are very aesthetically appealing and feature the recurrent motifs. Chest, shoulders and arms are the most popular areas to sport a Maori or Polynesian design. And in case you need any more motivation to visit this country, how about the home of the Hobbits?

The neighboring Australia, on the other hand, has a love-hate relationship with tattoos. Although one in seven Aussies sports a tattoo, tattoo removal industry in this country is also blossoming and it doesn’t matter if you are looking for tattoo removal in Parramatta, Central Business District in Sydney, Melbourne or Gold Coast, you will have no problem in finding the one you can trust. And since you’re already touring the continent, you’ll be pleased to know that Australia is rich with breathtaking rainforests, picture-perfect beaches and anything else a demanding tourist could wish for.

Thailand

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Thailand is becoming more and more popular as a tourist destination with each passing day, and every once in awhile, when a tourist comes to Thailand, they decide to go home with a traditional Yant tattoo. These marks draw inspiration from Buddhism and Animism imagery and incorporate incantations and symbolic geometry. Even Angelina Jolie has one of those.

Besides being a budget destination, Thailand has an amazing culture embodied in everything, from clothing style to monumental temples. There are also many islands to discover, waters to dive, people to meet and spicy dishes to try, so don’t hesitate to pack your bags and visit this amazing country. Who knows, you might just get a tattoo like the one Angelina has?

There are plenty of more “inked” countries where you can search for inspiration, ranging from Italy to Russia, so don’t stop at these four. The world is a giant place and there are countless of creative people marking their bodies with meaningful symbols. Think of the pure travelling experience as an added value.

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