Paris, Barcelona and London are among the most famous tourist destinations in Europe. But there are a number of other lesser known places that are a true paradise for the eyes. Find out which places are worth to visiting if you plan to travel across Europe. These are just some of the beautiful places that this continent has.
Cotswolds is a group of towns in the rural part of England. Feature of this place is that all the houses and buildings are made of white limestone. This place is ideal for those who want peace, quiet and forests.
Czech Krumlov, Czech Republic
Czech Krumlov takes the first place on the list of the most beautiful cities in the Czech Republic. This small town is crowded with tourists at any time of the year. From Prague to Krumlov you can easily come by a short bus trip.
This city is situated on the eastern border of France with Germany. It represents a blend of the best of both countries, fascinating with the Franco-German style of architecture, culture and gastronomy. This place will delight you so much that you will think that he came out of a postcard.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
Europe is full of beautiful castles and palaces, but the Neuschwanstein castle is certainly the nicest among them. Even the great Walt Disney could not remain indifferent to this place, and used it as an inspiration and basis for all castles in its animated films. Here you will surely feel like you are in a fairy tale.
Algarve is the southernmost region of Portugal, with sunny days throughout the year. It is known for its historic charm and authenticity, beautiful beaches with golden sands along the Atlantic Ocean, bays, rocky landscapes and caves. This city is a Portuguese “precious stone”.
In summer, this place is ideal for lovers of mountaineering, because you will be thrilled with the picturesque forest and beautiful landscapes. In winter, whether you are a skier-beginner, or you are already a well-built lover in snow sports, skiing on the slopes of Zermatt will literally leave you breathless.
Bonifacio is a city that goes into two seas. The Mediterranean Sea is located on the western, and the Tyrrhenian Sea on the east side of the city. This place is ideal for summer holidays.
The village lies on rich mines of salt, which have been excavated here over 7,000 years ago, which has contributed to Halstat becoming known throughout the world. What most attracts the tourists is the beautiful landscapes and the peaceful lake, which make it the perfect place to rest in nature.