Amalfi, Italy

Set on the striking Gulf of Salerno, Amalfi allures you with its beautiful hills, multi-hued buildings, locals slurping fresh limoncello and fresh breeze

…that can relax anyone on the planet! The nearest city to Amalfi is Naples and the drive here is equally stunning.

Portree, Scotland

A cultural hub and capital of Isle of Skye, Portree is a harbour town that is located just a drive away from major cities like Inverness and Glassgow.

The best reason to plan a trip to Portree is its laid-back, serene, in-its-own-world atmosphere that kind of sweeps in and leaves you delighted.

Chinon, France

Chinon is a pre-historic town along the banks of Vienne River and is pleasingly French in its appearance. A strategically important town in the past, Chinon is known for its Chteau de Chinon and delectable range of wines.

Getaria, Spain

You might just underestimate this coastal town which is the hometown of Juan Sebastián Elcano- the first globe trotter ever! The settlement of the town dates back to Roman times and very little of the era remains today.

Marvao, Portugal

Named after 8th-century Muladi duke, named Ibn Marwan, this pretty town was once a powerful epicentre of modern-day Portugal and this is clearly visible from the mighty wall we see as we enter the town.

Lavenham, England

A medieval town in Suffolk, England, the first thing you will notice about this place is its array of old houses merrily dotted along its cobbled streets.

Terschelling, Netherlands

Located at a distance of 85 miles from Amsterdam, Cranberries arrived here by an accident. In the 19th century, a barrel full of cranberries arrived on its shore and locals began its cultivation and trade since then.

Roundstone. Ireland

A petite village that hides its artistic side under its cosy appearance, this is where famous Irish painters P. Henry, J.B. Yeats, G. Dillon and N. Reid painted their work.

Arild, Sweden

You’ll have to drive for a distance and then take a ferry ride from Copenhagen – the nearest major city to get here, but the efforts will be well-worth it! A fishing town,

Slavonice – Czech  Republic

A small city that is just a mile away from the Austrian border and is just couple of hour’s drive away from Prague, Slanovice displays mind-blowing medieval renaissance architecture and buildings belonging to the 14th to 16th century.

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