They can easily become an alternative holiday destination for those who are bored with the rousing popular resorts.
Sometimes you want to escape the hustle and bustle, lush decorations and the oppressive rhythm of big cities to humble village, with a tranquil and beautiful streets, where time stands still and nature reigns, leaving their sloppy masterpieces on modest comfortable houses.
Incredible her paintings, only slightly retouched by the hand of man, forced to freeze the heart and soothe the soul. Such peaceful little-known places in Europe a whole lot, but only some of them particularly beautiful.
Paisley, Scotland. Paisley is a large city of Scotland, brought together a whole host of cultural attractions with an incredibly interesting story. Many secrets keep the walls of the Abbey of Paisley, the witnesses of the important events was the town hall and Central library, many commemorative events have experienced the Cathedral of St. Mirin and Memorial Baptist Church Thomas. From the first minute on arrival in the city, looking at the beautiful architecture comes to the realization that Paisley can give a fascinating insight into the story.
Castle Combe, England. Due to its impressive stone buildings of the medieval period castle Combe has been called the most beautiful village of England. Here all is impregnated by spirit of the past. It seems that because of the angle appears majestic knight, hastening to the fight, or sparkle, with all its ornamentation Flirty Marquis. Enjoy all the courage you can fully, walking in the street leading from the market cross to the brook. Deserve special attention of the house and gardens, Bowood House, Stourhead and Longleat.
Kuressaare, Estonia. Beautiful and safe town of Estonia (low crime rates), located on Saaremaa island, famous for its festive restless life, the midst of which falls on the summer. But in any other period, the city has something to show to its guests. In addition to the two main sights (the medieval Episcopal castle of Kuressaare and the town Hall), the city boasts interesting museums and quiet Park, which envelops the soul with tranquility and bliss.
Giethoorn, Netherlands. Like Venice? Then a small Dutch village of Giethoorn you’ll be pleased. As in a popular Italian town on the water in Giethoorn instead of the usual streets — water channels, which slowly float boats with a dreamy tourists, amazed by the beauty of nature and old houses. One after another opened to look cute wooden bridges connecting the island among themselves pieces of one big puzzle. This village combines the tranquility of a forgotten Dutch wilderness with the liveliness of the Venetian streets, the beauty of untouched nature with man-made masterpieces of craftsmanship.
Mandal, Norway. Scenic pictures of nature make heart-stopping every time you stare into the distance, in the places where the mountain ridges over the surface of the mirror of the fjord is a cozy Norwegian village of Mandal. Coming to this region for tourists, as a rule, of little interest to a variety of cultural and historical attractions, because they go to enjoy the beauty of nature and to engage in one of the outdoor activities available in the village.
Cadaqués, Spain. Sitting in the Bay, cadaqués generously gives its residents and guests with fresh seafood and different types of wines regardless of the time of year. The beauty of the city eloquently talk of the creations of world-renowned painters Picasso and Salvador Dali, which drew its inspiration along the Mediterranean sea and the modest picturesque streets of the city. The city is interesting not only for its seaside holiday, but also fascinating historical sites associated primarily with the activity of famous artists.
Vernazza, Italy. Calm, devoid of the bustle of traffic, is guaranteed in the small fishing village that is part of Liguria. Its multi-storey colorful houses remind themselves built from the designer toy town carelessly scattered on the slopes of the mountain. But in this child’s toy has preserved the essence of Italian culture, which is vividly displayed in the Church of Santa Margherita of Antioch, and transmitted through traditional dishes in one of the many restaurants in the village.
Sighisoara, Romania. Founded in the 12th century, Sighisoara still is one of the most beautiful medieval cities in Europe. The well-preserved magnificent buildings situated along the cobbled streets, naveivaet the spirit of Old Prague or Vienna. Here one can still hear the magic whisper of the wind, bearing the mysterious name of count Dracula, forever tied to the city its historical roots. The city is full of amazing ancient architecture, created in a certain style mixed with traditional Romanian elements.
Korčula, Croatia. On the same island lies the quiet modern town of Korcula, attracting tourists for its cultural monuments of the Venetian Renaissance and the possibility of relaxing pastime. The historical part of the city (city-fortress) is the main attraction of the island. Its narrow streets running up from all sides to the main street, reminding of its location fish skeleton. This shape performs an important protective function: it reduces the effects of wind. So, visiting Korcula, you can not worry about the ruthless natural environment and to enjoy a wonderful holiday among the values of cultural heritage.
Ericeira, Portugal. Enjoy the warm rays of the sun preferably in a secluded place where no tourists waiting circuses, and oppressive noise of fun-filled attractions. So perfect for vacation settlement is the fishing village of Ericeira. Here you can enjoy delicious seafood, great time on the beautiful beach or surfing. A wonderful stay is guaranteed in any weather, although it surprises in the village should be expected.
© 2016, z-news.link. All rights reserved.