Europe is full of amazing and incredible places to see. In fact, there are so many that many such amazing places remain largely forgotten and unvisited. So, the next time, go beyond the more popular destinations in London, Rome, or Paris. Here’s a list of some of these European hidden gems you have to see for yourself.
This colorful hideaway is a quick boat ride away from Venice, providing a quiet escape from its crowds.
Located along the banks of the Meuse river, this picturesque town is set amidst the backdrop of steep cliffs. Its the perfect place to go on a hiking holiday.
3Swallow’s Nest Castle, Crimea
This decorative castle overlooks the Cape of Ai-Todor, providing breathtaking views of the Black Sea. It is set near the spa town of Gaspra.
Once an important city of the Venetian Empire, Hvar is an underrated Mediterranean getaway. It effortlessly blends nature, culture, and history with an infectious nightlife.
Called the “little Venice,” Colmar in northeastern France is full of narrow cobblestoned streets. Lined with colorful medieval timber houses, it is also packed with museums and galleries.
One of the most important Eastern Orthodox monasteries in Greece, the breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site of Meteora is perched high in the sky, atop natural sandstone pillars.
Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberobello is known for its picturesque cone-roofed houses, or trulli, which are made from limestone rock.
The romantic Sintra has inspired countless poets and novelists over the decades. Located near the Sintra Mountains, its pale villas, majestic wells, and the dramatic Pena National Palace are truly a must see.
Set amidst the breathtaking Julian Alps, Bohinj is home to some of the most beautiful regions of Slovenia. It is also the location of the country’s largest lake, the charming Lake Bohinj.
10Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy
A hilltop village north of Rome, Civita di Bagnoregio has remained as it was since the Italian Renaissance. However, it is slowly dying due to erosion, so visit while you can!
11Lake Ohrid, Macedonia
Straddling the border between Macedonia and Albania, Lake Ohrid is one of the oldest in Europe. Its unique wildlife and blue waters are surrounded by countless stunning medieval churches and Roman ruins.