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Part 2: The most beautiful and unexplored cities in Europe
Evora has acquired the unofficial status of the most picturesque city in Portugal. It is enough to walk in the center to feel the atmosphere of old Europe. The rich history of the city is felt in each building and pedestal. Tasting local wine, cheese and unusual sweets will help dilute the lecture on culture. Evora is the soul of Portugal, as the locals themselves and its guests believe.
6. Annecy, France
The lake at the foot of the Alps has been preserved by the unique city of Annecy, on the border with Switzerland. Walking around the village will be remembered for a long time, because it is so good here: flowers, mountain air, cute architecture and good-natured people. Don't miss this opportunity.
7. Lavertezzo, Switzerland
The original name of the city reflects the Italian flavor, because the canton of Ticino is located right on the border with Italy, near the iconic Lake Como. The incredible beauty that we see from travel magazines inviting to visit chic places has gathered here. Huge boulders, fast-flowing rivers, emerald water, shining sun - this is where heaven is on Earth. The rustic villages lend a carefree atmosphere. If trees are blooming at the foot of the rocks and greenery is riotous, then there may still be snow on the top.
Walk along the local bridges. You will not regret!
8. York, Britain
The authenticity and festivals of Great Britain are collected almost entirely in York. Medieval streets in their original form can be found here. The stunning landscape by the river is complemented by a long promenade and beautiful parks. York's Old District houses part of the surviving fortress as well as the ancient city gate. Yet York is considered a Viking town.
9. Oberammergau, Germany
Imagine that you find yourself in a city, which is squeezed from all sides by majestic alpine mountains and forest. Houses painted in unusual colors, authentic shops attract tourists and simply oblige to take a photo for memory. It is here that the world-famous production of the Passion of Christ is staged.
10. Rupit, Spain
A cozy small town located on volcanic soil. Rupit found refuge in the Kolsacabra mountains. It has long been considered a mysterious place where witches lived and magical things took place. What else deserves attention? Inexpensive excellent wine, seafood, a waterfall, and the city itself.