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Amazing European Destinations You Haven’t Thought of Visiting – Vine Vera Reviews

Just because a city isn’t trending on the social media and doesn’t show on the international traveler’s map, it cannot be termed as a poor travel option. In fact, the less you hear about a city, the more you should want to go. Most major destinations in the world have been covered so exhaustively over the years, that there is hardly anything new or unique in store for you when you visit any one of these traditional heavyweights. Moreover, another drawback of visiting a popular tourist destination, particularly in Europe, is that you’d have to share the city with millions of other tourists like yourself. Vine Vera believes that in order to get a whiff of the true European experience, you must try to add some of these little-known cities into your itineraries. You might not have heard about them in travel circles, but the experience that each one of these amazing European destinations has to offer is truly outstanding.

The Tartini Square in Piran, Slovenia.

Piran, Slovenia
Piran lies on the picturesque tip of a narrow peninsula and is famous as one of the best-preserved old-world towns of Europe. Its biggest highlight is its fantastic Gothic architecture, but it is also home to an exciting mob scene in the summer months. Walking along its old world alleys and exploring its unexplored seafood restaurants is perhaps the best way of understanding the true culture of Piran.

The cave dwellings of Goreme, Turkey.

Goreme, Turkey 
Goreme might have overgrown its honey-colored village charm of yesteryears, but it still manages to offer an undeniable sense of adventure and beauty to each of its visitors. As the city keeps getting unveiled in travel maps across the world, new hotels keep popping up to meet the increased traveler demands. However, Vine Vera believes that the place is still good for a year or two before it bursts onto the international scene. So make the most of its old-world atmosphere while you still can. The most popular attractions of Goreme are its breathtaking rock formations and rock-cut churches, but the Goreme Open Air Museum that offers excellent insights into the Byzantanian way of life is also worth a watch.

Sunset views of the Old Town in Torun, Poland

Torun, Poland
Torun is an old-world gothic city that might not enjoy the same international appeal as Krakow and Warsaw, but that actually ends up working in its favor. The city is home to the unique gingerbread museum and also boasts of a fantastic theater scene. If you’re wondering what happened to the true Polish experience while wandering through the concrete jungles of Warsaw and crowded streets of Krakow, Torun is the place to be.  This historic town is full of red-brick buildings, medieval era constructions that weren’t damaged during the WWII, and UNESCO-listed attractions.

Our Lady of the Rock Island and Church Kotor Bay, Montenegro.

Kotor, Montenegro
The town of Kotor is one of the most secluded destinations in the world. It is located on a submerged river canyon that is surrounded by limestone cliffs and is also famous as one of the best preserved medieval era destinations in the world. Its unique setting makes it perfect for a dreamy adventure and if you like romance, architecture or living history, it certainly is one of the best destinations for you to visit. The town is filled with super luxurious yachts in the months of July and August, but it still never gets as trashy as some of the more popular destinations in Europe.

The Village of Manarola in Cinque Terre, Italy.

Manarola, Italy
Manarola, the oldest Cinque Terre town in Italy, is home to some of the country’s most delicious wine and best seafood. Since no cars are allowed in town, it is also known to be one of the best, least polluted and most relaxed destinations in Italy. Manarola is basically a small fishing town that spills down the Ligurian sea coastline. And as with all other Cinque Terre villages, breathtaking vineyards and outstanding wine hopping tours can be found by the dozen. The city might lack a real beach, but it provides some of the most exciting deep-water swimming in the region.

Beautiful image of Hallstatt, Austria.

Hallstatt, Austria
Hallstatt, often called the Pearl of Austria, is another car-free village that is famous for its picturesque beauty and breathtaking scenery. The town is surrounded by salt mines, which are famous for offering some of the most exciting tours in Europe. Everything about the area makes you want to slow down and enjoy its old-world pace. From boats slowly chugging along the serene lake to the idyllic lifestyle, the old-world attractions and slow-paced lifestyle of Hallstatt truly grows onto its travelers with every passing day.

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