Incredible Places You Never Knew Existed in Europe

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Every city, every place in Europe has its own unique feeling and vibe. Europe is unbeatable in every aspect; for nightlife, for history, for festivals and so on. Just because it’s not a very famous place, doesn’t mean it isn’t incredible. So, let’s take a look at the most incredible places around Europe…

Burano, Italy 


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Looking at this place doesn’t feel like it’s real. So much beauty, so many colours. This place is known for its brightly coloured fishermen’s houses (clearly) and its casual eateries serving seafood from the lagoon. Everywhere you look you will see something that it’s worth taking a picture to.

Hvar, Croatia


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If you’re looking for the perfect summer getaway look no further than Hvar, a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea. This place is a combination of a unique fusion of absolutely luxurious Mediterranean nature, culture and rich historical heritage.

Kravica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

If you want to get in touch with nature, fresh air and swim in clean, cold waters, then you must definitely visit the waterfall known as Kravica, often called as Kravice. As you can see by the photos, it’s heaven on earth. A unique summer experience.

Dinant, Belgium

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This lovely little town is great to visit at any time of the year. Breathtaking views.

Bohinj, Slovenia


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Bohinj is a wonderfully mysterious region of Slovenia. Charming, beautiful and unique in every way possible. The perfect getaway for family, for couples, for everyone.

Meteora, Greece


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The Meteora is translated as; middle of the sky, suspended in the air, or in the heavens above. And truly, there is no better explanation than this. This place is very challenging, is one of the largest and most important complexes of Easter Orthodox monasteries in Greece.

Alberobello, Italy 

This place is known far and wide for its characteristic cone-roofed houses: trulli. Unique, is the best word to explain this place. So much to see.

What do you think? Which of these places got your attention?