15 Most Beautiful European Towns You Need To Check Out ASAP
Possibly the most vibrant European village there is, Zalipie is as ancient as it is colourful. Unlike other European medieval village, Zalipie is extremely colour-coordinated and almost entirely painted. It looks like a page out of a postcard or calendar. Its canals and cottages and of course the beautiful spring flowers make this town an adorable Polish getaway and you must check it out.
The Portugese town of Sintra is as luxurious as it is culturally relevant to Portugese history. Located near Lisbon, Sintra has been a royal foothold for a long time, and you can still find the majestic castles in the town. In fact, the Sintra National Palace is the most dramatic European castle you’ll see.
The German town of Bartholoma lies near Bavaria, and enjoys an indulgent Romanian culture. The St. Bartholomew’s Church is one of the prettiest lakeside churches you’ll see. The city itself is delightfully quaint and away from all the big city madness.
14Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy
Civita is so steeped in Italian tradition and heritage, that this town must feature on your bucket list. It was found more than 2,500 years ago, and the Renaissance architecture of the town is to die for. It is almost as if this town stopped moving with time. AT one time it became known as ‘The Dying Town,’ but has recently seen a surge of tourism.
Meissen is not very big, and that only works in its favour. The German town is as peaceful as it is historic. It is home to the Albrechtsburg castle and the Gothic Meissen Cathedral. The town is a complete study in Gothic architecture and craftsmanship and has the most stunning cathedrals.