One thing that will get you through the pandemic is planning a trip to visit beautiful places and knowing that you will be visiting picturesque places, alluring European culture and charming attractions once it’s safe to go out. So take out your travel diary and start noting down the best places to visit in Europe
Portree, Isle Of Skye, Scotland
With a natural harbor on one side and breathtaking hills on the other, this town has spectacular views to experience. But it is not just the natural beauty that this town has to offer. The buildings here are painted in pastels that make them contrast with the bright blue waters on the coast. There is also an award-winning center, known as the Aros center, that will give you a dose of the European culture.
Often referred to as the ‘Dutch Venice’, Giethoorn is mostly a car-free village where most transports are done by boats or cycles. If you want a nature’s retreat, then this is the place to be, which by the way is only accessible by water so a boat ride is a definite. The tranquillity of this place, along with its beauty, is almost dreamlike.
Not only is it a UNESCO World Heritage Site but Hallstatt is also known to be the ‘most instagrammable town in the world’. It is actually a very small town and you can visit the entire town in just one day but every bit of it is so picture-perfect that you should savor each moment in it. Make sure to visit all the main sites including the Hallstatt skywalk that will give you a panoramic view of the hills, the water, the town and the beautiful sky.
If you are into religion and history, then this is the perfect town for you to visit. Lucca is known as well as the city of a hundred churches because of so many churches and historical architecture. This city is close to Pisa and is surrounded by extensive city walls that still stand to this day. Lucca was an important meeting place of Julius Caesar and Crassus. It is not just the structures that make this city picturesque but its natural beauty as well.
The charming village of Marvão seems to have come straight out of a fairytale with its whitewashed stone buildings, the view of the world from the Marvão castle and the defensive walls built around the city. It was even mentioned in the New York Times Bestseller book called “1000 Places To See Before You Die”
This exquisite little town is full of stone buildings and architecture that it looks like it has been left unspoiled since the stone ages. It is a sacred place for celts and has deep cultural roots that make it more appealing to visit.
Brasov is one of the most visited towns in Romania because not only is it surrounded by the natural beauty of mountains and hills but the architecture and the historical monuments is not something you should miss out on. It seems that every part of this town is picturesque with its gothic and baroque theme.