Top European destinations that tourists omit
British journalists have achieved top European destinations that no one should miss, among them is Belfast. Pleasure travel should not change depending on the season, destinations, however, may be different and the most suitable cities for a city-break are those in Europe. To highlight the beautiful destinations, but tourists avoid them, The Independent has made a top that includes:
It is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland. Here you can visit St. George’s Market, one of the most beautiful squares, where you can even find anything you want to buy. In Belfast there is a street which is called Madrid and ends in Berlin wall. In Belfast are organized many festivals and concerts, street art being intensively promoted.
Journalists British newspaper “The Independent” reminiscent of the Old Town. It also recommends visiting the House of the People and Parliament, considering that no tourist should leave before finding out about the events of 1989. Calling it the “Paris of Eastern Europe,” British journalists an overview and bars in Bucharest.
Most visitors arriving in Genoa tend to go immediately to Portofino or the Ligurian Riviera. However, Geneva is one of the best preserved medieval old towns in Europe. Tourists can visit the Via Garibaldi, a long street with Renaissance palaces, many of them open to the public as museums, shops and restaurants. Should not be overlooked popularity of street food stores and local retailers.
The most beautiful travel destinations in Europe
With the warm season begins the first holiday departures of the tourists. If you have not yet chosen your destination, the top of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
It comes in the summer and no doubt you are already thinking about the next holiday. If you have not yet made plans for your destination, the next top can inspire you to choose the city to spend your holiday, write brightside.me.
Sweet gourd houses, romantic streets, arched bridges, and the extensive channel network make Bruges “Venice of the North”. Many tourists consider this one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, which is why it was included in this top.
Amazing and unusual, Sintra will make you think you’ve entered a fairy-tale world. Its colorful houses and exotic gardens make this city a destination that should not be missed.
Not in vain is called Braşov “Perla Transilvaniei”. Hidden between the mountains, it is a perfect place for those who like to discover the secrets of ancient cities. Brasov looks like a medieval town. Tourists always return to centuries old cities, tiled roof houses, and clock tower houses that ring every hour.
This old town, set on the shores of the Baltic Sea, offers a unique atmosphere. From dozens of cozy cafes to numerous museums, fairs and exhibitions, anyone will find an exciting way to spend their time.
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The old bridge was the structure that divided the city into two parts – Bosnian and Croatian. Nowar Mostar is a unique place where Eastern and Western civilizations and cultures meet. This is felt not only in architecture, but also in local cuisine and traditions.
Bled is located at the foot of the Julian Alps on the shores of one of the most picturesque lakes in the world. It is a perfect place to meditate or find answers to questions that grind you, admiring the mountain landscape reflected in lake waters.
Known for its many museums, galleries and monuments, it is no wonder that Novi Sad is considered the cultural capital of Serbia. The Novi Sad symbol is the Petrovaradin Fortress and offers stunning views of the city and the Danube. You will certainly not regret the time spent in this charming city.
This city offers natural beauty as you find it difficult to meet other destinations. It is worth mentioning azurium water and picturesque areas covered with greenery.
Český Krumlov, Czech Republic
With an atmosphere of fairy tale, colorful roads and bridges, beautiful houses and hospitable people, no wonder this charming little town captivates the hearts of a large number of tourists.
The most beautiful vacation spot in every country in the European Union
Have you ever wondered what places to visit in Europe, but did not manage to decide? The following list may help you.
Business Insider has made a list of the most beautiful vacation spots in the beautiful Europe, including one seat in each EU country.Place of publication is known especially Romania Danube Delta. The Danube River flows from Germany and flows into the Black Sea, and the crossing Romania is incredibly beautiful. Delta is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts, over 300 species of birds can be seen here.
Alpbach has been voted the most beautiful village in Austria. Green fields in the area were filming location for the Sound of Music, and in winter, the hills are even more alive than ever thanks to the ski slopes.
Fields of Flanders, Belgium, is known since many poppies that occurred on former battlefields of World War I.
Seven Rila lakes, Bulgaria, is a tourist destination not to be missed. They are located at 8,200 meters above sea level in the north-west of the country.
Town Dubrovnik in Croatia is known lately especially because some of the series Game of Thrones scenes are filmed there.
Stone Aphrodite in Cyprus, according to Greek mythology, would be known where the goddess would be born.
Fascinating landscapes and vineyards in Moravia, Czech Republic, seem to stretch endlessly.
Skagen is where artists and bohemians people come for inspiration in Denmark for many years.Not surprisingly, given the stunning scenery and crystal blue waters.
Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, is one of the few destinations in the world where medieval and modern influences blend well with the glass skyscrapers and ancient towers.
Järvi-Suomi, Finland or the region that hosts the largest number of lakes, is one of the most spectacular locations, the largest of its kind in the area throughout Europe.
Giverny is one of the locations that inspired some of the most famous works by Claude Monnet.Impressionism birthplace is as impressive today as watercolor.