It may be one of the smaller continents, but what Europe lacks in size, it makes up for in variety: The most beautiful places in Europe range from luxurious beaches, fields of bluebells, and limestone cliffs, to some of the best mountain views on the planet.
The options are seemingly endless—which is what makes planning a trip a challenge. We know it isn’t easy to choose between chasing waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina, staying awake for the midnight sun in Finland, and hiking your way through the dramatic Dolomites. So, to help you start narrowing things down, we have narrowed it down to 8 spectacular places that will leave you speechless.We know that an international jaunt might be off the table at the moment, but hey—that’ll just give you more time to plot out your next trip.
Look past the crowds and you’ll find that one of the most storied cities in the world hasn’t lost an ounce of romance. Cruising the Adriatic lagoon by gondola, taking tours of its historic palazzi, snapping a photo in Piazza San Marco—it’s all been done before, but few spots in the world are as worth braving the masses to experience as this.
Only four of Meteora’s 24 original 11th-century monasteries, which were built on top of sandstone towers to protect them from pillagers during medieval times, survive. They still don’t look real.
The Dordogne Valley, France
Set in the heart of the Dordogne Valley, the sacred city of Rocamadour is one of the most breathtaking villages in France, dramatically clinging to a sheer cliff. Suspended between Heaven and Earth, Rocamadour has been a pilgrimage site for over a thousand years and is part of the network of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
It is one of the most beautiful islands in Europe. The inhabitants and sumptuous landscapes will leave you speechless. You can visit the island all year round. Corsica is an open air museum, it is perfect for lovers of unspoiled nature, beaches, history, sea , sun and blue skies.
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There’s not a single ugly corner to be found in the whole of the Norwegian fjords, but some hikes outdo others. One of those is the demanding 16.8-mile hike (round-trip) to Trolltunga (meaning “the troll’s tongue”), a rock formation jutting out over Lake Ringedalsvatnet.
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
Western Ireland’s majestic Cliffs of Moher draw millions of visitors a year thanks to their sweeping vistas of where land meets sea and have become a symbol of their country’s beauty. See if you can spot colonies of puffins, which nest in its most isolated corners, as well as the distant Aran Islands.
The Mont Saint-Michel, France
Mont Saint-Michel is one of the most visited monuments in France, just after the Tour Eiffel.
Located in Normandy, the Mont is named after the statue of Saint-Michel at the top of the church. Although Mont Saint-Michel is not densely populated (40 inhabitants) it is possible to stay there, to eat there, in short to spend a beautiful holiday there.
Rhine waterfalls, Switzerland
The Rhine waterfalls, among the largest waterfalls in Europe, will amaze you. If you are sporty climb the rock in the middle of these waterfalls and take a picture with the Swiss flag.
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