Besides the modern building full of amenities, the ancient architecture in Europe have always been referred to by the charm and mystery. In particular, the oldest old village, where offers a feeling of peace and typical architecture in harmony with nature is a worthy tourist destination arrived.
10 beautiful old village should visit when traveling to Europe
ÄŒeskÃ½ Krumlov 1. Neck Village, Czech Republic
Best feature is in ÄŒeskÃ½ Krumlov castle is situated on mountain majestic beside the Vltava river, is home Wittigo built between the 13th century After several changes of owners, the second largest castle of the Czech Republic ( just behind the castle in Prague) fully renovated and welcomes guests from all over the world to visit.
Dubbed as one of the winter paradise of Europe, ÄŒeskÃ½ Krumlov must not only beautiful at this time. ÄŒeskÃ½ Krumlov summer in very great, by clear weather pleasant, charming green tree lined street down, old houses silhouetted quiet image and the river as a mirror, make guests immediately dry those least feel the romantic embraces.
Main enchanting beauty of this city when winter has led it to be dubbed the city the winter – one in 10 city should definitely visit if visitors have the opportunity to come to Europe.
2. The village of Colmar, France
Colmar is known as one of the most beautiful villages of France, close to Strasbourg – the capital of the Alsace region about 64 km to the southwest and is located right on the river Lauch dreaming. It is also in favor of naming visitors’ sub Venice “in the heart of France.
The houses here were built mostly from wood and has always been very well preserved with the rectangular window, are bathing and romantic balconies Florists.
In addition to the poetic beauty of architecture and cultural life, Colmar also known as the famous wine regions in France. The village always light rays and dry weather, so that the processing of wine and more favorably.
Each year, people Colmar festival also involves wine to share, tasting new wines.
3. Bruges, Belgium
Bruges is the capital and the largest city in the province of West Flanders, the Flemish region of Belgium country. The city is located in the southwestern region of the country and has been recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site.
It is the most famous tourist attractions of Belgium and should not be missed when you travel Europe. Previous day where very little is known other people, but the city of Bruges today has become one of the city since the Middle Ages have been visited the most in the Western Europe region.
The large square, always leave open markets pretty impressive in the tourists, or the canal is full of fanciful seem to be scanning old houses full of white lime, all going to paint a picture of a the world has existed and so long ago.
It is also famous as a city is preserved very well, everything here seems all retain features of the Middle Ages. All that is visible to travelers know most of the works here are from the 19th and 20th centuries.
4. Bibury, UK
This is a beautiful village situated on the River Coln poetic, in the Cotswold, England. The village is famous for the house was built by the ancient sandstone existed for hundreds of years, with bold architecture ancient, peaceful Cotswold region. It seems the village is covered with a glossy dark brown.
To free village sank in a tone too deep, in some places, people Bibury to the growing vines clinging to the entire external wall, create a “paint” and unique natural green . Black of the houses, the green of the trees, the two main colors make up the unique charm of Bibury.
5. Hallstatt, Austria
Hallstatt is also known as the pearl of Austria, located between Salzburg and Graz city in Salzkammergut lake district, and is a small town famous throughout the world by the poetic beauty and tranquility.
Over its long history with countless dating, Hallstatt maintaining bewitching charm with ancient churches, wooden houses, medieval castles with unique architecture make up a small town stock glasses. Not that that here is a UNESCO world heritage site and is the destination most visited tourist attraction in Austria.
Besides the architecture and beautiful natural landscapes captivating, to the town of Hallstatt, visitors also visited granary of the world’s first salt, visited caves and Dachstein ski.
At first there Hallstatt attractions that very interesting house Beinhaus bones, people here said that there were so few ancient construction area so people lined tomb bones and skulls of the deceased were painted flowers, the family name of the dead in this house.
6. Albarracin, Spain
Albarracin is like an image of Spain in the Middle Ages, because the village has been preserved intact in the fortified wall, which is surrounded by the barren hills of the Aragon region.
The narrow and winding alleys in Albarracin will lead you to the ancient stone towers, castles golden brown and the ancient chapel.
Most notable, above all, a church was built in the style typical mudejar area with decorative details derived from Islamic art.
7. Eze Village, France
The village has since the Middle Ages, located on the mountains and overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The cry goes behind the stone walls are characteristic of the famous village of Eze. This beautiful small village only about 9,47kmÂ² area with a population of about 3,000 people.
It has a lot of shops, art galleries, hotels and restaurants attract tourists bulk and the newlyweds.
8. Manarola, Italy
This is a small village in the Cinque Terre region, northwestern Italy. Cinque Terre (meaning “Five lands”) consists of five villages are connected together by a walking path: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.
The main business of Manarola is the traditional fishing of fish and wine production. Local wines best known under the name Sciacchetra.Trong recent years, Manarola and the surrounding villages have become popular destinations, especially in the summer months.
Tourist attractions in the area include walking trail between Manarola and Riomaggiore famous or walking trails in the hills and lush vineyards in the village.
9. Reine, Norway
Reine, a small fishing village of Norway, on the island of Lofoten, will be a special destination for travelers who desire a trip looking for peace and romantic place.
In 2005, the population of this village is 342 people. Since 1734, this has been a busy commercial center, where the main economic sector is tourism Reine.
Tourists come here will be attracted by the idyllic natural beauty and pure fresh to infinity.Around the town are the high mountain ranges, covering beautiful scene that help more and more beautiful.
The largest newspaper in Norway called Allers once voted the most beautiful villages Reine Norway in the late 70s.
10. Marsaxlokk, Malta
Marsaxlokk is one of the oldest fishing villages in the island of Malta. 3,000 years ago, people lived here Phoenecian and created Luzzu boat brightly colored wood, typical image of Malta waters until now.
Nearly three millennia passed, the Luzzu with two tall, pointy, a head with eyes painted nothing changes by’ve reached the safest, most convenient. Hugging blue bay is a beautiful promenade with tall palm trees that adorn the old houses.
Marsaxlokk busiest on Sunday mornings, when the traditional seafood fair invites all local people poured into the street. Under the sea, cheering fishermen trawling. On shore, the shops selling fish, shrimp, squid, vegetables … overwhelming attraction, fresh.