One of the things reasons that draws millions of tourists to Europe each year is its astounding number of postcard-worthy towns. With their distinct architecture and irresistible charm, these places continue to inspire many travelers.
If you want to experience a trip that’s unlike any other, these are the places you should visit when in Europe.
Eze is the French Riviera’s most perfectly situated villages perches. It’s perfect perched on top of a hill, giving guests the most awe-inspiring views. This is especially true if you visit Jardin d’Eze, as it offers a gorgeous panorama of the whole town, as well as a Zen area and castle ruins. The town also has a medieval village that will let you take a trip down memory lane.
Sintra was described by Lord Byron as “a glorious Eden,” thanks to its beautiful palaces, manor houses and gardens. This place west of Lisbon is so picturesque it’s listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. One of the things you’ll loved most here is its amazing architecture. Also, be sure to check out he Palacio da Pena, a castle surrounded by a lush park and looks like taken out of a fairytale book.
Delft, The Netherlands
Delft is the most stunning town in Holland, which, by the way, feels like a small Amsterdam with its cobblestone streets, canals and laid-back living. This charming little town is also one of the most intimate places you can travel to in this part of the planet.
This small, quiet town is dubbed the “Venice of the North.” Here, you can stroll the maze of winding cobbled alleys and canals as wll as its romantic bridges. Brugge’s charm and beauty is unmistakable, which allowed it to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Some of the must-go-to places here are the quaint chocolate shops.
The name of this town literally means “red castle on the Tauber.” It used to be a market town constructed around 12th century church ruins. What makes it so postcard-worthy is it almost seems too perfect, with its awesome half-timber homes, buildings and towers, as well as lovely fountains and flowers.