10 Beautiful Small Towns That Worth Your Visit

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Beautiful Small Towns

Big, bustling cities overflowing with life and bright lights make excellent places to visit. But if you want to get away from the bustling crowds and chaos of cities to more of a romantic and peaceful place, here are 10 Beautiful Small Towns That are perfect for a dreamy getaway.

1. Giethoorn, The Netherlands:

“The Venice of the North,” that’s what most people call this village in Overijssel. Explore this picture perfect village in a boat. Explore its centuries-old thatched-roof houses along its footpaths or bicycle trails.

2. St. Moritz, Switzerland:

Located in Switzerland’s Engadin valley, St. Moritz hosted the Winter Olympics twice. This paradise offers a range of winter activities. If you want to explore more of Switzerland’s small villages you can explore Wengen and the picturesque Soglio.

3. Reine, Norway:

Norway has a collection of small towns or villages hidden by its beautiful fjords. One of those villages in Reine located on the island of Moskenesøya in the Lofoten archipelago. Other places in Norway includes Balestrand, on the northern shore of the Sognefjorden and Geiranger.

4. Hallstatt, Austria:

Located on Lake Hallstatt’s western shore in Austria’s mountainous Salzkammergut region, Hallstatt is a small town in Austria that looks straight out of a fairytale.

5. Colmar, France:

Colmar located in the Grand Est region of northeastern France has become quite famous. With its cobblestone streets lined with half-timbered medieval and early Renaissance buildings, gothic church and canals, this town is a favorite among many travelers. Another two towns in France are Ardèche known for its forests and trails and Simiane-la-Rotonde.

6. Wanaka, New Zealand :

Wanaka is a natural gem located in New Zealand’s South Island. Set by its namesake lake with the views of snowcapped mountains, it’s the gateway to the Southern Alps’ Mount Aspiring National Park.

7. Shirakawago Village, Japan:

Together with Gokayama in Nanto, Toyama, Shirakawa-gō is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage site. This small traditional village with so much greenery and gasshō-zukuri style buildings will definitely capture your heart.

8. Cinque Terre, Italy:

You have probably heard of Cinque Terre in Italy, located on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline. There are five towns here and each of them consists of colorful houses and vineyards clings to steep terraces and much more. After exploring this area if you still have time left explore the Santa Maddalena village located at the rear end of the Funes valley and the city Cefalù in northern Sicily, Italy.

9. Cesky Krumlov, the Czech Republic And Jajce In Bosnia:

You can choose any of these two places to visit, of course, we couldn’t. The city in the South Bohemia region of the Czech Republic is dominated by its 13th-century castle and the Vltava River that bisect the town.
On the other hand, Jajce is a town and municipality located in Central Bosnia. There are waterfalls, lakes and the Walled city of Jajce to explore.

10. Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany And Bibury, England:

Rothenburg ob der Tauber is located in Bavaria, Germany same as Regensburg. Both of these German towns are well known for its well-preserved medieval core. Rothenburg ob der Tauber is part of the popular Romantic Road through southern Germany.
Dubbed as the most beautiful village in England, Bibury is located in Gloucestershire, England. Stated on both banks of the River Coln, this charming village with its cottages looks unreal.

So, Here below are all the list.

1. Giethoorn, The Netherlands
2. St. Moritz, Switzerland:
3. Reine, Norway
4. Hallstatt, Austria
5. Colmar, France
6. Wanaka, New Zealand
7. Shirakawago Village, Japan
8. Cinque Terre, Italy
9. Cesky Krumlov, the Czech Republic And Jajce In Bosnia
10. Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany And Bibury, England

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