Smallest countries in the world

Here are ome of the tiniest countries in the world that can be explored in a few  hours or at most, a day or two. If you’re eager to check off a few  countries from your travel list quickly, these destinations are perfect  for planning your next getaway.


The Vatican is by far the smallest country in the world. It can be crossed in about 10 minutes on foot and measures less than one square kilometre with population of 1000.


Monaco holds the distinction of being the second smallest country in the world, with a land area of 2.02 sq km. This small nation has a booming tourism sector due to its stunning visages and extravagant casinos.

San Marino

Located on the northeastern side of Italy’s Apennine Mountains, San Marino is a land-locked country. The fifth smallest country has a population of 33,745 residing within an area of 61.2 sq km.

Sint Maarten

Sint Maarten, a constituent of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, has a  total area of 34 sq km and a population of 42,846. Located in the  northeastern Caribbean Sea, Sint Maarten has a beautiful geographical mix of green hills and lagoons.


Sandwiched between Austria and Switzerland, Liechtenstein is a double landlocked country, with an area of 158 sq km and a population of 39,039, it is a microstate with a democratic monarchy

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