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25 Secret Small Towns in Europe you MUST Visit

25 Secret Small Towns in Europe you MUST Visit
1. Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic There’s no other town in the world that I am more fond of than the quaint, charming, fairytale-like town of Cesky Krumlov in southern Bohemia. It’s as if you have stepped into a time warp – small cobblestone roads, bridges every which way you look, and no, there’s no McDonalds! It’s a great short day trip from Prague if you find yourself there but for the best experience, visit Krumlov in the summer season and raft down the Vltavy River. 2. Situated in Alsace, Colmar is a unique blend of French and Germany architecture, culture and spirit. 3. This town in Malta is the main fishing village for the entire country. 4. The lakeside town of Hallstatt is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has even been dubbed the prettiest lakeside village in the entire world. 5. Bruges has become incredibly popular for travellers looking to photograph the lego-like houses in the city centre (pictured above). 6. Image: 7. Image: Wikicommons 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

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