Five Secluded Cities In Europe
Europe is one of the best place to live in and one of the most popular destination to visit. However it got problems as well. Big immigration waves, pollution of the cities, increasing level of unemployment. Living in modern European capital can be harsh and the only way to recover after a big stress is taking a good rest. Nevertheless most of European holiday destination are way to popular and consequently way to overloaded. So what to do if resting from stress create even a bigger stress? Find a secret place. Here are five secluded cities in Europe:
Meissen is a town in eastern Germany that lies just 25 km northwest of Dresden. Very often Meissen is being described as a fairytale castle town. The biggest pride of this town is The Schloss Albrechtsburg. Historians say that The Schloss Albrechtsburg was the first castle built to house royalty in all of Germany and the roots of Saxony lie here. Life here goes smooth and calm. Even at highest touristic season Meissen is quite empty.
Brno, Czech Republic
Brno is a great alternative to vibrant and busy Prague. Even though it is second largest city in the country Brno’s lifestyle is far away from “big city life”. What’s the most important Brno still has a lot of touristing sight and cultural heritage to see. For example Vila Tugendhat, that was built and designed by modern master Mies van der Rohe in 1930. Another great thing to enjoy here is the authenticity locals bring to everything they do. Visiting Brno is a great way to enjoy best Czech beer with delicious knedliky in a very chilled atmosphere.
Ulcinj is considered to be one of the most remote places in Europe. The town of Ulcinj lies on a border of Montenegro and Albania. The best thing about this secluded location is the 13-kilometer-long Large Beach. This beautiful town still remains undiscovered for most of the tourist so having a vacation in Ulcinj won’t cost you lots of nerves. Right the opposite - decisions local kitchen and clean air create a perfect environment for health to recover.
Procida is a little sister of Capri. For many years it remained in a shadow of her big brother and didn’t get high popularity among tourists. On this island you can find yourself being the only tourist, it is mostly just locals who live here. However it doesn’t mean that there is nothing to see here. First of all it’s a stunning landscape that can be fully discovered from the highest point on island- Terra Murata. Secondly there is a beautiful historical centre with pastel-pink houses.
San Marino, Italy
Republic of San Marino is one of the smallest and oldest countries in the world. Apart of that it is considered to have the earliest written governing documents that are still in effect. City of San Marino is the capital of the republic. It is fully located on a hill and getting here is just possible with a bus or a car. Main sights of the city include Basilica di San Marino, Palazzo dei Capitani and famous Three Towers of San Marino. The last ones are beautiful ones however the most outstanding thing to see here is a great view that the city is fully surrounded by.
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