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10 Fascinating Destinations In Europe That Should Be On Your Wishlist!

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Europe is known for its great tourist destinations, from the beauty of a Spain and Portugal trip to the mountains of central Europe and on to the snowy landscapes of Scandinavia – for each there is something. On this special occasion we are thrilled to present you with the 10 most interesting and fascinating destinations Europe has to offer, so you can already start organizing your next holiday with our vacation trip planner!

Tirana, Albania

One of the most mysterious destinations in Europe hides inside a beautiful natural beauty. Although the young generation is taking pride in its fast development, modernization of the quarters and vivid nightlife, Albania’s capital is still relatively young. The city was declared the capital in order to easily bring together and connect the north and south of the country. The city began to grow and prosper between the two world wars, during the kingdom of King Zog and was finally finished by Enver Hoxha.

the block. – Tirana, Albania by groucho

Nesebar, Bulgaria

The largest and most popular Bulgarian resort, Sunny Beach, is situated on an 8 kilometer long stretch of dreamy beach, with more than 200 state of the art hotels, many water parks, spa centers and clubs. A small train connects the resort to Nesebar, a gorgeous ancient city at the foot of the Bulgarian Black sea. The town is listed a UNESCO world heritage site but it’s greatest appeal is the combination of the medieval architecture surround completely by water only connected to the mainland with a train track and adjoined sidewalk and beyond it the vivid beach life.

Seaside cityscape – view of the pier with boats and embankment in the Old Town of Nessebar, on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria

Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina

The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is settled along the banks of the Miljacka river in the eastern part of Sarajevo-Zenica basin. It is estimated that Sarajevo is home to over 400,000 inhabitants, making it the largest Bosnian town. What makes the city a true microcosmos is how it intertwined cultural, traditional and religious characteristics all together


Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar with mosque and turquoise river

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is ideal as a spring travel destination if you are seeking a an affordable and unique vacation. For less than 200 euro’s you can pay both transportation and accommodation for a few days there.
You should do some research before you go on this journey, as the sights are many and tours usually include only some of them. Don’t miss the Czech Eiffel tower, there may be some climbing to get there but the city view is well worth it.
It is also quite the destination for a lovers getaway, so make sure you go with the right company.

Scenic summer aerial view of the Old Town pier architecture and Charles Bridge over Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic

Kotor, Montenegro

In the heart of Boka Bay, right at the foot of Lovćen mountain, you’ll find the beautiful city of Kotor.
The bay of Kotor is one of the 25 most beautiful bays in the world, the city itself rich with cultural tradition and one of the best preserved medieval urban units in this part of the Mediterranean. The locals are very hospitable, friendly and welcoming.

Kotor, Montenegro. Bay of Kotor bay is one of the most beautiful places on Adriatic Sea, it boasts the preserved Venetian fortress, old tiny villages, medieval towns and scenic mountains.

Funen, Denmark

Funen (Fyn) Island is the third largest island of Denmark. It carries the nickname “fairy-tale island” not only for being the birthplace of renowned author Hans Christian Andersen, but also for it’s great majestic beauty that is guaranteed to make you feel like it you’re part of the tale. The island is less than two hours drive west of Copenhagen and it can be easily reached by train, boat or car. This place will sure take you back to a different time, far beyond modern life.

Egeskov Castle, located in the south of the island of Funen, Denmark.

Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn is a refreshing blend of medieval and modern. It’s home to what is perhaps the best preserved ancient city in Europe, with its ancient walls, cobbled alleys and towers. Walking around the old city you can really sense the legacy of the 850-year history, during which the city was ruled by the Danes, Swedes, Germans and Russians.
The city is part of the Baltic nations although locals consider themselves part of the Nord countries, and the city itself is a vivid combination of both.

Toompea hill with tower Pikk Hermann, Cathedral Church of Saint Mary Toomkirik and Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, view from the tower of St. Olaf church, Tallinn, Estonia


Although located in the south of Spain and bordering Andalusia, the beautiful Gibraltar region and town is in fact a part of British territory. Tourists may come from nearby Andalusian cities yet some only stop in this lovely pathway to continue on to Morocco, Africa.
Day-tours to Gibraltar from Marbella cost around 70 to 90 Euros. These tours generally include travel, lunch in a Berber restaurant, and a tour of the cave of St. Michael and the remarkable Rock of Gibraltar which rises high above the city and gives it it’s appealing nature.
Gibraltar’s most famous residents are certainly Barbary apes. There are approximately 160 of them, but it seems like there are many more because they can be found everywhere and at all times.


Rovinj, Croatia

Rovinj is definitely one of the most beautiful cities in Croatia, situated on the western coast of the Istrian Peninsula. Here you can see historical monuments from the Illyrian, Venetian and Roman times. Make sure to visit the church of St. Euphemia and its adjacent bell tower, as well as the bay Palud and the Romuald cave located on the southern side of the Lim canal.

Sunset in the old town of Rovinj, Croatia

Andalusia, Spain

When you ask yourself what to see in Spain, Andalusia is the right answer!Spaniards describe the beautiful Andalusia as having unexplainable mysterious power. It is the birthplace of the cultural tradition which influenced the whole of Spain. The first steps of flamenco were danced right here, by Andalusia’s Gypsies, and the first bullfights were held in Andalusia’s city of Rhodes. Even the tapas, the tasty Spanish appetizers that are on every restaurant’s menu, were first made in Andalusia in the 19th century.

the famous stone bridge over the gorge of tajo in Ronda, Andalusia, Spain

Andalusia region is home to some of Spains’ most beautiful and extraordinary destinations – Seville, Granada, Cordoba, Malaga and Ronda are only a mere few!

Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain

It’s never too early to start planning your perfect trip to Europe today!


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