12 beautiful, European cities but not so touristic!

There are some cities in Europe where it is not your mind to visit them on your travels but they “hide” enormous beauty, so we present them to you and we urge you to visit them before they are too touristic!

Bruges, Belgium

Lovely houses, romantic paths linked by bridges and the expanding canal network are all that Bruges does in Venice of the North. Many consider it to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and we agree with them.

Bergamo, Italy

What makes Bergamo special is that you can spend endless hours exploring its narrow ancient streets. After touring the hours, then you definitely have to visit one of the local restaurants … have 250 different types of pizza to choose from!

Annecy, France

Time seems to have stopped in this small town on the shores of a lake. You will take your walks to the city and do not forget to visit the old castle. The small city of France is considered one of the most beautiful in Europe and not unfair. Lovers of photography will love it for its picturesque paved alleys next to the canals. There you will find many cafes where you can taste local dishes and good wine.

Bordeaux, France

This magical city will make you enjoy the tranquil atmosphere that characterizes it. Drinking a glass of good wine, you will learn how to enjoy every moment of your life.

Mljet, Slovenia

Mljet is at the foot of the Julian Alps, on the banks of one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. The scenery and magnificent scenery with the mountains will enchant you reflecting in the calm waters of the lake.

Ronda, Spain

This unique city seems to float above the cliff. You will wander on the old streets of the city, enjoying its unique atmosphere. Famous area for the birth of modern bullfighting, gives the opportunity for experiences that will hardly live anywhere else.

Gdansk, Poland

This old town is located on the shores of the Baltic Sea and has a unique atmosphere. You will have the chance to visit dozens of cafes, museums and exhibitions and everyone will find something special about themselves here.

Brasov, Romania

Brosov, the city of Count Dracula, is not accidentally called “The Pearl of Transylvania”. Hidden in a valley between snowy mountains is an ideal place for those who want to discover the secrets of ancient cities. Brosov resembles a town that has remained in the medieval age. Centuries old fortresses, old tiled houses and the old clock that hits every hour create an atmosphere of tranquility.

Novi Sad, Serbia

Known for its numerous museums, galleries and monuments, it is no surprise that Novi Sad is considered the cultural capital of Serbia. The symbol of Novi Sad is the Petrovaradin Fortress, which offers stunning views over the city and the Danube. You will not regret it if you decide to visit this charming city with colorful houses.

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The old bridge was the construction that divided the city into two parts – Bosnia and Croatia. Now Mostar is a unique place where eastern and western cultures meet. This is felt not only in architecture but also in national cuisine and local traditions.

Porto, Portugal

The lively and joyful atmosphere of the former capital of Portugal will fill you with the energy and excitement that characterizes it. If you like the bustle of big cities, this place is perfect for you.

Sintra, Portugal

Amazingly bright and unusual, Sintra will make you believe that you have entered a fairy tale. With pompous colorful castles and exotic gardens, this city is something you should not miss.

This article was originally published on: https://www.travelstyle.gr

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