Queen Elizabeth Is One Of The Most Traveled Monarchs In History, But There’s One Country She’s Never Visited Before

February 20, 2018

Since her time serving as the monarch, Queen Elizabeth has broken many records. For starters, she is the longest-serving monarch in British history, which is a massive feat in itself.

She first took her place on the throne in 1952 when she was merely 25-years-old. Now, at 91-years-old, she is still going as strong as ever.

During her years, she’s had the opportunity to travel to countless towns and countries on tours and visits. Many of the top spots she visited were members of the Commonwealth. Throughout all this travel, though, there is one country she’s yet to visit.

The Queen has yet to make a trip to the country of Cuba. While it isn’t completely clear as to the reasonings, it is speculated that the strict travel laws set in place have prevented her from doing such. Other reasons in question could be potential political tensions, which could hinder adequate security for her while traveling and in the country itself.

While she has been to more places than one could dream of traveling to, there are others on the list. One other she has yet to visit is Greece. This is where Prince Philip was from, and the tension that arose with his upbringing could have been a reason for that.

If you were Queen, what place would you have next on your list to visit?


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