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European tour to visit 10 villages make visitors dull

Bosa, Italy

Ảnh: Imaiges

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Bosa is a small, picturesque coastal town located on a small hill in the Italian city of Sardinia.

The houses of the town are painted in various colors around a medieval castle called “Castello Malaspina” and the gentle Temo line that makes visitors feel very comfortable.

The small town of Bosa is also famous for its heritage, culture and architectural beauty.

In the historic center of Bosa, in the Costa Brava district, you can walk on medieval streets and stone steps. Guests can also find modern cafes, restaurants and bars in the historic center of the town.

The best place to see the town is Malaspina Castle on the top of the hill.

In addition, the town also has a small, romantic beach for visitors to enjoy.

Cochem, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Thị trấn Cochem là một điểm đến tuyệt vời có dành cho cả gia đình đi nghỉ cùng nhau. Ảnh: Mulierchile

The town of Cochem is a wonderful destination for the whole family to vacation together. Picture: Mulierchile

Cochem is a German-style town in the beautiful Moselle valley, southwest of the country.

Cochem is famous for its beautiful river valleys, picturesque vineyards and pretty little wooden houses.

Cochem Castle is the symbol of the city. From the castle overlooking the Cochem Valley offers an invaluable experience for those who have come here.

Cochem has a mild climate and is quite pleasant to ride, so cycling is the best way to explore the beauty of this town.

A trip along the beautiful river valleys and vineyards of the town of Cochem can be a great experience for you.

Marsaxlokk, Malta

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Marsaxlokk is a traditional fishing village located in southeastern Malta.

The village is famous for its fishing grounds and colorful boats anchored in the harbor.

These boats were named “Luzzus”, which had been in use since 800 BC. They are important in the daily life of the villagers.

You can see on every boat Luzzus painted the eyes of Osiris. Local people believe that this will help protect their boat from evil.

Marsaxlokk is also a village with a long history. The Tag-Silg Hill of Marsaxlokk is home to many tools dating back to the Bronze Age.

On Sundays, the seafood markets of Marsaxlokk are crowded. You can enjoy delicious seafood there. In addition, the village also has some modern cafes and bars.

Murren, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland

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Murren is a beautiful mountain village at an altitude of about 1,638 meters in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland.

From this mountain village, you can enjoy the majestic scenery of the three famous peaks of Monch, Eiger and Jungfrau.

Murren is famous for its great scenery, suitable for mountain lovers, hiking and a popular destination for parachuting people.

Gasadalur, Faroe Islands, Denmark

Ảnh: Norske

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The small town of Gasadalur on the island of Mykines in the Faroe Islands, on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea, surrounded by high mountains is certainly one of the beautiful villages on Earth.

Before the road opened in 2004, the Gasadalur people had to climb the 200 meter high mountain to go home. The open road makes travel easier and opens the tourist door to this place.

Giethoorn, Netherlands

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Giethoorn is a beautiful, peaceful village located in the Overijssel province of the Netherlands.

It is a village without cars. Rather than the usual road, people and visitors often move by boat on the canals bending around the village.

Because this village has many similarities with Venice should be nicknamed “Venice of the Netherlands”.

Giethoorn village is very peaceful and green. Unlike other crowded, noisy cities, you can enjoy absolute peace of mind in this village.

Giethoorn is also one of the greenest in the Netherlands. It is surrounded by the large national park De Weerribben-Wieden and has many trees. So the atmosphere in Giethoorn village is as clean as the surroundings.

Getting to Giethoorn, visitors can walk around the beautiful village by hiking, biking or boating.

Bibury, England

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Bibury is a charming village on the banks of the Coln River in Gloucestershire, described by the famous designer William Morris as “the most beautiful village in England”.

The 17th century stone houses of the beautiful Coln River create a tranquil, enchanting scene.

It is also one of the most photographed villages in the UK.

Freudenberg, Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Ảnh: Tourism on the Egde

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Freudenberg is a beautiful medieval town located in the Rhine-Westphalia province, Germany.

This small town has an area of ​​93 square kilometers. It is called the most beautiful small town in Germany because the scenery of the wooden houses in the beautiful scenery of the city will certainly make you speechless.

Surprisingly, almost every house in town has the same size and design.

Freudenberg’s clean streets make it easy to explore the city on foot. In addition to the great scenery, Freudenberg’s local cuisine is also very attractive.

Hallstatt, Austria

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Hallstatt is the most beautiful village in Austria, also the most attractive destination in the country.

The village is charming, romantic and peaceful enough to make visitors indifferent. When I was not able to take the camera.

Beside the fairytale scenery, Hallstatt is one of the oldest salt mines in the world. The salt mines here were found around the beginning of the 2nd century BC.

The Museum in Hallstatt is also home to 7,000-year-old artifacts. In terms of historical importance and architectural beauty, Hallstatt was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997.

You can feel a very quiet atmosphere while walking around Hallstatt. There are no car horns, clean streets and wool through wooden houses. Boating in Lake Hallstatte is a major tourist activity here.

Reine, Nordland, Norway

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Nestled between the spectacular cliffs and the deep blue sea, is the fishing village of Reine in the Lofoten Islands in Norland County of Norway. This place truly deserves the title of “the most beautiful village in the world”.

For tourists, this village looks like a magical land. In the mighty Reinefjorden, the image of colorful houses on the beach is an unbelievable sight.

Reine is also a quiet village. The population of this village is only about 300. However, its unique location and breathtaking scenery make it one of the tourist destinations.

There are many things to enjoy when visiting Reine. You can go hiking, polar or cycling, kayaking, whale watching.

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