Five most happening small towns in Europe

Five most happening small towns in Europe

European Continent is one of the most famous places for the tourists and has some divine towns. You would find a number of such beautiful small villages in Europe, which are a perfect alternative to the crowded famous cities. This article contains a list of few such cities where you will experience the authentic way of life with time standing still.

Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic:

The Cesky Krumlov is one amongst the ancient villages in Czech Republic. This village is located in the valley of Bohemia, which is to the south of Blansko Forest near the River Vltava. The village boasts the 13th century Gothic Castle of Lord Krumlov and has Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance buildings and palaces, gardens and many small and big towers holding art galleries, cafes and quaint B&Bs. 


Palmanova, Italy:

This is a UNESCO World Heritage town, which was founded in 1953. It is situated between Venice and Trieste in Northeastern Italy. You can easily spot a restaurant that serves delicious local food by finding a leafy bough called “frasca” hanging out of the restaurant. High quality Chardonnay, local water mullet, sea bass, and fish are the specialty of the place. 


Bibury, England:

It is located on the River Coln in the west central England. William Morris referred to it as “the most beautiful village in England”. The village boasts some of the must visit sites such as Honey colored stone cottages of the 17th century, St. Mary’s Saxon Church and a 1902 trout farm which is still functional. Arlington Row, which is a collection of 14th century stone structure, is the most famous photographic place of the village. 


Binn, Switzerland:

Binn is an ancient town located in an Alpine valley. You will hardly find any modern day developments here but the pine chalets, flower boxes hanging out of all the windows and beautiful meadows make the place extremely enchanting and fascinating. Traverse can hike the old bridge of this town using goats and not cars. You can even hear cowbells ringing down the pastures. 


Tenby, Wales:

Tenby is a seaside resort town featuring pastel Georgian buildings reviving the medieval past of the place. The narrow, winding alleys make the town popular for visitors. The recent attraction of the village is the Wales Coast Path, which is almost 870-mile long with Tenby on its route.


All these wonderful European small town destinations will leave you astonished and you would want to visit them time and again.

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