This isn’t a fairyland, this is Hallstatt – the picturesque village in Austria. And one of the best ways to get here is with a ferry ride across the lake. To commemorate your trip to this village, don’t forget to pack your camera to capture the delightful houses built into the mountain, the glass-like lake, and the amazing mountains in the background.
Say Bonjour to Colmar, France! The best place to start your visit to Colmar is in the medieval old town. You can feel the breath of Renaissance. It is else called ‘French Venice’. This is just too romantic to visit alone! Mark Colmar in your notes for your honeymoon!
Bibury is a charming, typically Cotswold, village just a short drive from “The Capital of the Cotswolds”, Cirencester. It is considered as the most beautiful village of England. It is so charming! Who else wants to live here?
Manarola is a small fishing town in Cinque Terre, Italy. The tiny harbor at Manarola features a boat ramp, picturesque buildings tripping down the ravine and the town’s swimming hole. Although there is no real beach here, it has some of the best deep-water swimming around. Bellisimo!
And these colorful wooden houses carry the name of Bergen town situated in Norway. Around 10 percent of the population in Bergen are students, which adds a fresh and youthful mood to the city’s vibe. Visit its museums, art galleries, cultural events, the sea, the mountains and more.
Our cozy dream would be incomplete without Arosa in Switzerland. Who doesn’t love Swiss Alps? From skiing, hiking, curling to simply walking under a beautiful sun, or attending Arosa Jazz and Humor festivals, you can take part in whatever you will like!
Torun is the most Gothic urban complex in Poland, one of the most important and crowded tourist centers of unique value, right after Krakow the second richest of original and best preserved historical monuments city in Poland with numerous museums and other attractions.
This is Freiburg im Breisgau in Germany! Do you like it? Do you also feel this German accurateness? It is actually a university town, therefore is quite active and colorful. Feel the young rhythm! Say Hallo!
Odense is situated at the very heart of Denmark. Famous as the birthplace of author Hans Christian Andersen, you might not know that it is also the official bicycle city of Denmark. Super nice! Let’s be healthy and pretty at the same time 🙂
And our list finalizes Ghent situated in Belgium. During the Middle Ages it was a prominent city-state. Today it’s a university town and cultural hub. Its pedestrianized center is known for medieval architecture such as 12th-century Gravensteen castle and the Graslei, a row of guildhalls beside the Leie river harbor.