Dreaming of vacationing in one of Europe’s fairy-tale- isque, postcard-perfect towns? Blessed with abundant scenic beauty, everything from stunning sun-soaked Greek islands to majestic Swiss Alps is worth visually feasting on. There are little-known fishing communities, green hamlets based along mountains, picturesque villages right on the coastal belt and a host of other awe-inspiring towns that will leave you asking for more! Europe isn’t about glitzy wonders of the world and high-end shopping destinations. It is also about the nature splashed beauty of small and relatively unexplored towns. Here is our list of expert recommendations on the top 10 European towns to visit.
1. Manrola, Italy
A popular Cinque Terre town, replete with an assortment of rainbow hued houses carved in stone walls along the alluring Mediterranean coast, Manorola looks straight out of a travel brochure. This tiny fishing community is known for its fantastic wine (read Sciacchetra), Antonio Discovolors’ paintings and a pleasant no-cars rule. Park just outside town and set off on a pollution adventure into this effortlessly gorgeous, Instagramable town. Click On the Next Button to See Next.