The Most Beautiful Place in Every European Country


From England and Turkey to Italy and Slovakia, European countries are full of spirited spirited cities known for their museums, restaurants, landscapes and architecture. So, it comes without any surprise that deciding which spots are the best places to visit in Europe can be one of the most difficult decisions. That’s we are making the suggestions. Use this list to help you plan your next trip. We hope it really helps.

Vatican City

Sistine Chapel
Vatican may be the world’s smallest country, so we sholud be specific: the most beautiful place in the Vatican City is about 25 paces into the Sistine Chapel, looking up at the ceiling in wonder and wishing you’d paid more attention in art class.

Ukraine

The Tunnel of Love
The Tunnel of Love or in Ukrainian: Туне́ль Коха́ння is a section of industrial railway located near Klevan, Ukraine, that links it with Orzhiv. It is a railway surrounded by green arches and is three to five kilometers in length. It is known for being a favorite place for couples to take walks.

UK

Isle of Skye
Skye is a truly magical place. The largest of the Inner Hebrides, it’s home to some of Scotland’s most iconic scenery. If you are visiting for a few days whilst on a tour of Scotland or staying for longer, the island has countless ways to enchant you, with its mountain ranges, miles of dramatic coastline and charming history.

Turkey

Cappadocia

Cappadocia is a beautiful region in central Turkey known for its fairytale landscape, caves, astonishing rock formations and, of course, the famous hot air balloons that fly in the sky during sunrise every morning. There is also hiking in Cappadocia. It will take you at least a week to explore the diverse hiking trails in the region.

Switzerland

Zermatt

Zermatt is known throughout the world for its skiing, especially Triftji for its moguls. The high altitude results in consistent skiing continuously during the summer. Skiing in Zermatt is split up into four areas: Sunnegga, Gornergrat, Klein Matterhorn and Schwarzsee.

Sweden

Kosterhavet

Kosterhavet National Park or else know in Swedish as Kosterhavets nationalpark is the first national marine park of Sweden, opened in September 2009. It is part of the Skagerrak sea and is located in Strömstad and Tanum municipalities in Bohuslän, Västra Götaland County, Sweden. 

Spain

Ronda, Andalusia 

The pretty and historic town of Ronda is one of the oldest towns in Spain and is one of the authentic Andalucian treasures that is accessible to tourists visiting the Costa del Sol.

The town is located in the Serrania de Ronda mountain range, 60 kilometres up a winding mountain road from Marbella. It stands at an altitude of 739 metres and has is one of the most visited towns in Andalucia.

Slovenia

Bled

Bled is a Slovenian resort town in the foothills of the Julian Alps, is set along the glacial Lake Bled. On a cliff overlooking the lake is the 11th-century Bled Castle, which houses a museum, chapel and printing press. Atop a small island in the lake’s center is the Pilgrimage Church of the Assumption of Maria, with its steep staircase and bell tower.

Slovakia

High Tatras Mountains

The highest peaks in Slovakia are found in the High Tatras, and a lot of them are found in the Polish border. The popular Mount Rysy, straddling the border of Slovakia and Poland, is the Poland’s tallest peak, although it is only the seventh highest in Slovakia.

Serbia

Uvac Gorge

The Uvac  is an international trans-boundary river, located under Golija mountain and Pešter plateau.

It is a special nature reserve of the category I in Serbia. It is known for the successful project of the preservation of the griffon vulture.

Russia

Suzdal

The Suzdal Kremlin is the oldest part of the Russian city of Suzdal, dating back to the 10th century.Like other Russian Kremlins, it was originally a fortress and was the religious and administrative center of the city. It is most notably the site of the Cathedral of the Nativity.

Poland

Zakopane

Zakopane is a town in the extreme south of Poland, in the southern part of the Podhale region at the foot of the Tatra Mountains. From 1975 to 1998, it was part of Nowy Sącz Province; since 1999, it has been part of Lesser Poland Voivodeship. As of 2017 its population was 27,266. Zakopane is a centre of Goral culture and is often referred to as “the winter capital of Poland”. It is a popular destination for mountaineering, skiing, and tourism.

Netherlands

Keukenhof

Keukenhof is also known as the Garden of Europe. It is one of the world’s largest flower gardens, situated in the town of Lisse, in the Netherlands. According to the official website, Keukenhof Park covers an area of 32 hectares (79 acres) and approximately 7 million flower bulbs are planted in the gardens annually. Keukenhof is widely known for its tulips, it also features numerous other flowers, including hyacinths, daffodils, lilies, roses, carnations and irises.

Montenegro

Perast

Perast is a tiny, idyllic village on the breathtaking Bay of Kotor (Boka Bay) in Montenegro. Despite a mere population of 247, Perast’s rich history, ancient architecture, jaw-dropping views, and romantic waterfront restaurant patios make it a captivating destination.

Monaco

Le Rocher

Monaco Ville, or else known as Le Rocher, is the only part of Monaco to have retained its original old town, complete with small, windy medieval lanes. The old town thrusts skywards on a pistol-shaped rock, its strategic location overlooking the sea that became the stronghold of the Grimaldi dynasty. There are various staircases up to Le Rocher; the best route up is via Rampe Major, which starts from place d’Armes near the port.

Luxembourg

Chemin de la Corniche

Also called “the most beautiful balcony of Europe”, it runs along the Alzette valley on the embankment which was built by the Spaniards and the French in the 17th century.

Lithuania

Curonian Spit

The Curonian Spit is a 98-km-long, sandy peninsula at the Baltic Sea, enclosing the Curonian Lagoon. It is a bi-national UNESCO World Heritage Site shared by Lithuania and Russia.

Italy

Cinque Terre

The Cinque Terre is a coast in Liguria, in the northwest of Italy. It lies in the west of La Spezia Province, and comprises five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. The coastline, the five villages, and the surrounding hills are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park.

The Cinque Terre area is a famous tourist destination. Over the centuries, people have built terraces on the rugged landscape right up to the cliffs that overlook the Ligurian Sea.

Iceland

Reynisfjara Beach

Lake Balaton is a freshwater lake located in the Transdanubian region of Hungary. It is the largest lake in Central Europe, and one of the region’s most popular tourist destination. The Zala River provides the largest water flow to the lake, and the canalised Sió is the only outflow.

Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century palace located on a rugged hill above the village called Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was gifted by King Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and in honour of Richard Wagner. Ludwig paid for the palace out of his personal fortune and by means of extensive borrowing.

France

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame de Paris, referred to simply as Notre-Dame, is a medieval Catholic cathedral on the Île de la Cité located in Paris. The cathedral was hallowed to the Virgin Mary and it is widely known to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture.

Estonia

Tallinn

Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia and it is the perfect holiday destination for you if you want to combine the comforts of modern world, versatile nightlife and luxurious adventures with cultural scene in the historical setting.

It was firstly established in the early medieval era. Today’s Tallinn is an exciting mix of old and new.

Czechia

Charles Bridge

The Charles Bridge is one of the most popular bridges worldwide and as well one of the most beautiful! The sides of the bridge are decorated with 30 statues of saints (including Christ and Maria). Try to visit the bridge early in the morning at sunrise or late in the evening. During the day it’s very crowded!

Bulgaria

Cathedral Saint Aleksandar Aevski

THE ST. ALEXANDER NEVSKY CATHEDRAL, found at the heart of Bulgaria’s capital or Sofia, comprises a little bit of everywhere. The marble came from Munich, the metal was sourced Berlin and manufactured in Vienna, and the mosaics journeyed all the way from Venice.

Designed in the Neo-Byzantine style, the church can hold 10,000 people and is one of the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the world.

Belgium

Antwerp

The Antwerp Central Station, also known as Middenstatie or in English Middle station or Spoorwegkathedraal, was first used in 1905. The structure is made up from a steel platform covering and a stone station building in an eclectic style.

Austria

Vienna 

Schönbrunn Palace was the main summer quarter of the Habsburg rulers, found in Hietzing, Vienna. The name Schönbrunn has the meaning “beautiful spring” in the austrian language. It has its roots in an artesian well from which water was consumed by the court.

The 1,441-room Rococo palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historic monuments in the country.