Maybe, you think that the small towns are left out in the business of beauty. We have some stunning small towns for you to see and embrace. If you are going to be around the countries that have these choicest towns, we would love that you come around and see for yourself why these towns are breathtaking.The perfect spot for a charming view of landscape and wild nature are best experience in small towns and to get to know one of such places is to take a ride with me as we explore all this beautiful places.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany
One of such amazing small town you can’t resist to visit is Garmisch-Partenkirchen located in the height of Zugspitze Mountain, which is the tallest in Germany at the height of nearly 3,000 meter. It has Roman settlement and Teutonic but as a result of the anticipation of 1936 Winter Olympics the two towns had no other option than to come together as one.
Village in the Himalayas, Tibet
Himalaya town is only accessible by foot or horse, the town was built and hidden in Himalaya Mountains in order to support monasteries. You would embrace the beauty that comes with this religious place and the colors that are used to beautify this place are just cool.
Reine is known for its fishing and can be located at the chilly island of Moskenesøya. It is an old fashioned town with a population of 329 with the acknowledgement of being the most beautiful village in Norway. You can imagine how this place would look like. With its beauty comes luxury that can be seen translated to tourism and also to the lifestyle of the people. Nightlife is amazing and you may never know who you would meet here.
Gasadalur Village, Faroe Islands
The Faroes island was difficult to access for many years due to the usage of a single staircase which was built at the time of World War ll by the British during their stay in the island making it hard to go through with sheer cliffs rising from the beaches. The 18 lucky people that leaved in the village were nestled between two 2,300 foot tall mountains. The story does not end here, a visit completes it.
During the reign of the holy Roman Empire that ruled in Europe, the town Colmar was nicknamed Little Venice” as a result of the water way that twirl through the Medieval streets. Colmar was first founded in the 1200s and is seen as the capital of wine from Alsatian district that is known for its superb aromas. You just cannot beat the fascinating places that you would visit here.
Can you see that we have some small towns that are simply competing with great cities like Paris for attention? The number of people who come to any of these places are huge and the attraction sites are many. It would interest you to know that there are a lot of affordable things that you can also get here.