10 Secret Small Towns in Europe you MUST Visit

 

Whether it’s the towering Alps of Switzerland or the stunning coastline of Croatia, come with us on a journey through some of Europe’s most stunning off-the-beaten-path destinations. These are the 10 most incredible small towns in Europe that you should visit!

 

10. Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

 

Just 80 minutes from Munich, this small town is surrounded by some of the most amazing ski resorts in the world.

 

9. Colmar, France

Colmar, France

 

Often called “Little Venice” due to the many waterways that wind along its narrow streets, this little town has both German and French influences.

 

8. Portmagee, Ireland

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This amazing seaside town features some of the best waterfront property in Ireland. It also serves as the primary departure point for visits to the famed Skelligs Rock.

 

7. Tenby, Wales

Tenby, Wales

 

The name literally translates to “Little Fortress of the Fish” and the name is appropriate. The town spent a good portion of its history as a heavily guarded fortress but today it is more known for its harbor and natural beauty.

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6. Goreme, Turkey

Goreme, Turkey

 

The rock formations surrounding this town are something to behold, especially in the mornings when hundreds of balloons take to sky!

 

5. Albarracín, Spain

Albarracín, Spain

 

This exquisitely preserved town in northern Spain will make you feel like you’ve gone back in time to the 11th century.

 

4. Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland

Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland

 

One of the best places on Earth to see puffins, this little village is located on an island just off the coast of Iceland (a slightly bigger island)

 

3. Burano, Italy

Burano, Italy

 

Legend has it that the houses were painted so colorfully so that fisherman could see them when they were out fishing!

 

2. Giethoorn, Netherlands

Giethoorn, Netherlands

 

With no roads this little Dutch town is connected by a series of canals. In fact, motor vehicles have to stay outside the town.

 

1. Annecy, France

Annecy, France

 

The highlight of this little Alpine town is the Palais de l’Isle, a castle that is built right into the middle of one of the canals flowing through the city.

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