There are some cities that are close to famous attractions but they remain unknown to many people. Those who will visit them though, will be filled with amazing images without having to engage in battle with the tour groups. Discover unknown European cities below!
Haarlem, The Netherlands
Less than 20 minutes you will need to train from Amsterdam to reach the beautiful city that fills every spring colorful tulips. From here even starts and the Tulip Road to come farther south in Naaldwijk. In Haarlem were created some of the greatest works of the famous painter Chals France, which you can see in the namesake museum. Do not miss one of the largest organs in the world, the church De Grote of Sint-Bavokerk, in which he played Mozart at the age of 10 years.
Satzvey Castle, Germany
The fairytale medieval castle can be is 40 minutes from the tourist Bonn and Cologne but remains unknown in hordes of tourists. Located in the city Mechernich and guests feel like traveling back in time. Even more magical place during the Christmas season when in medieval Christmas market there.
Sandwiched between France, Belgium and Germany, the tiny capital of the State is one of the best kept secrets even Europeans themselves. The medieval old town and fortifications belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage of Unesco and the city of the richest residents in the world boasts of valleys and forests to the stunning Museum of Modern Art.
Olomouc, Czech Republic
Prague, Karlovy Vary and Brno monopolize the interest of visitors to the Czech Republic. Few are those directed to the east, in Olomouc on the river Morava. The incredibly picturesque town has the same fascination with Prague without the hordes of tourists. Singles Square Horni Namesti with the astronomical clock, and the Gothic Holy Trinity Column and the famous University Palatski, the second oldest in the country founded in 1573 by the Jesuit Order of monks.
By Nicole P.