What better way to explore Europe than by discovering its incredible hidden gems. Go beyond the usual tourist destinations such as London, Rome or Paris, and explore these 10 enchanting places in Europe. Have you ever heard of these?
1- BOHINJ, Slovenia
It is a municipality in northwestern Slovenia with 5,335 inhabitants. Between 1920 and 1943, on the summit of Mount Mosig, the border between the Kingdom of Italy and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia passed. Bohinj is also a ski resort that specializes in Nordic skiing. In this town you can also visit Lake Bohinj, the largest lake in Slovenia.
2- KYLEMORE ABBEY, Ireland
Kylemore Abbey is a neo-Gothic style building located in Connemara, Ireland. Currently, the abbey is kept in perfect condition and is still used for its purpose, as well as exploited for tourism purposes. The inside and the immense gardens are open to visitors, as well as for the traditional restaurant and the ceramics workshop. What amazes visitors is the spectacular landscape that surrounds the abbey, which is in fact located on Lake Kylemore that reflects the image of the abbey.
3- LOFOTEN, Norway
With a total area of 1,227 km², these islands are an archipelago of Norway and also one of the traditional districts of this country. The territory is characterized by mountains that end overhanging the sea, attracting many tourists for their particular beauty. The Lofotens are located beyond the Arctic Circle and are considered an excellent point for observing the Northern Lights.
4- PULA, Croatia
Pula, also known as Pola, is a city in Croatia and an important port center. With its 57,765 inhabitants, it is also the largest city in Istria Country. The most important monument of the city is the Arena, which is considered one of the best preserved monuments of the Roman age. Just like Rome, the city is spread over seven hills.
5- DINANT, Belgium
It is a municipality located in the province of Namur. It is populated by 13,143 inhabitants and is located in in a narrow valley in French-speaking Belgium. A typical food of the city are the Couque de Dinant, which are biscuits of flour and honey.