1. Manarola, Italy
One of the oldest towns in Cinque Terre, Manarola is full of charm, and one that needs to be on everyone’s list. Being build 70 meters above sea level, and built within the natural up and down layout of the region, this is where you need to go if you’re loving for a romantic getaway away from the hordes of tourists.
2.Telc, Czech Republic
If you’re on the hunt for a fairytale-like town, then look no further than Telc. The Renaissance facades are in soft pastels surrounded by a perfect blue lake makes it different than anything else out there. We suggest heading to the square to witness something every special.
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Chances are that you’ve heard of the blue Moroccan city even if you didn’t know the name of it. Located in the Rif Mountains, just inland from Tangier and Tetouan, this charming city is an arty white washed haven that’s unlike anything in the country. Split between the older eastern side, and the new western side, the city is rapidly expanding its offering while gentrification takes hold yet still holding on to the charm that makes it so special.
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4. Majorca, Spain
Located in the Mediterranean Sea, Majorca, or Mallorca is the largest island in the Balearic Islands archipelago, in Spain. Full of everything Mediterranean that you know and love, Mallorca needs to your list if you’re into ravishing beaches, remote mountains, and sleepy towns.
“Reine panoramic Lofoten” by Tzuyen – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons –
Want to go fishing in one of the most magestic places in Norway/world? Well, be sure to add Reine, Norway to your bucket list. Oh, and you’re in for a treat between April- September as you can catch the aurora borealis too!
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Nestled between snow-capped mountains and Lac d’Annecy, is where you’ll find one of the most charming and beautiful towns in Europe. On your list should be wandering through Vieille Ville, which is the closest thing to being straight out of the Middle Ages.
While Santorini may be more well-known of the Greek Islands, Folegandros is not to be missed either. With its similar architecture, including whitewashed buildings decorated with brightly colored flowers, streets paved in slates, and even Greek Orthodox churches with brilliant blue domes. The benefit of opting for Folegandros over Santorini? Less crowds.