The places that you will find in the article below, are places where the negative impact of the tourists isn’t allowed, are well preserved and the historical architecture is amazing. The kind of place you see on a postcard or dream to visit in a romantic trip. The Europe of your dreams is harder to find because of the modernization, countless wars and the tourism infrastructure. We hope that we can simplify your search for such a place with the short description below.
Bruges, Belgium: Bruges is part of the Unesco Heritage and almost perfectly preserved. Famous for the delicious chocolate and several types of beer, but also for important movies scenes that were filmed there.
Colmar, France: Colmar is a popular town in the Alsace region,also considered the “capital of Alsatian” wine. The city is renowned for its well preserved old town.
Mittenwald, Germany: Mittenwald is a German municipality in the district of Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Bavaria. Goethe called this town “a picture book come alive.”
Hallstatt, Austria: Hallstatt is a village that can be reached by train or by boat, what would you prefer? The boat can make the visit of this village unique. It is located near the Hallstatter See (a lake) and its known for the production of salt.
Castle Combe, England: Castle Combe is famous for the unique countryside in England. The vibe of the village can make you feel like taking part in novels.
Ronda, Spain: Ronda is placed where three stone bridges that span the 100 meter deep El Tajo canyon upon which the city is built. Ernest Hemingway lived in the old quarter of the city. A good destination for book lovers.
This kind of vacation if a good choice in any season of the year, the history of the villages and small town vibe does not have a condition for just one season.