According to the calendar, summer hasn't said goodbye yet, but the temperatures are slowly showing that autumn is welcoming us and that it's time for an autumn wander around Europe. Where are we going this time? To the most beautiful small European cities, which are especially charming in autumn!
If they were extremely popular many years ago metropolis, in the last few years the world has gone crazy for small towns - just look at Ljubljana, where the number of tourists is increasing day by day. The main reason we love small towns so much is because of them smallness, cuteness and practicality.
And which are the most beautiful smaller European cities, which are especially charming in autumn, must visit this year?
The most beautiful small European cities that are especially charming in autumn:
Santa Maddalena (Dolomites), Italy
You could say that Italy is a country strong history, good food and architectural excesses. If you are an artistic soul who enjoys the history of our ancestors, then you must take the time to discover Italian cities.
The village is perfect for an autumn vacation Santa Maddalena, in which he only lives 334 people - this mountain village is located on the border of jagged, snow-capped mountains and green hills - in one word, you can say that there you will experience alpine dream. Due to its location, the village has a strong historical context, so you will be able to communicate there in German, Italian and the local language called Ladin. The village is extremely picturesque and is a winter paradise for skiers. If you don't like partying and the hustle and bustle of the city, then this is the place to relax.
Anyone who has already visited neighboring Austria can confirm with certainty that it is also green and surrounded by natural beauty. like Slovenia, only, clearly, on a larger scale.
It's perfect for a fall getaway Hallstatt – the place in which the surrounding lives 1000 inhabitants, got its name after the salt mine, which was exploited in prehistoric times. On the way to the romantic town, you can also stop at various spa towns, which are a great place to relax. When you arrive at your destination, we recommend that you wander around the place to see lovely wooden houses and boats, which float on the water and offer a magical view of the Alps.
France, the eternal city souls in love, romance and relaxed lifestyle. Although everyone admires Paris, there are many other places in this country that worthy of your attention.
Consider making the jump this fall Èze, which stretches between Nice and Monaco, but lives in it 3000 people. Here you will be able to admire a medieval village carved into a 1,400-meter-high mountain, and historical statues on the winding roads. We cannot imagine a trip to Èze without it visiting the botanical garden (Jardin Exotique d'Eze), which offers an exceptional view of Cote d'Azur and the French Riviera and gives you a sense of fulfillment.
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is a paradise for those of you who have a limited "budget", because it is considered to be one of the more affordable countries in Europe to party. As an interesting fact, we should mention that this is also a country that belongs among 10 of the best for women to live and work with – these confirm that they are there satisfied with work, easily advance in the workplace and have no problems balancing work and private life.
The city you must visit in the Czech Republic is Cesky Krumlov, whose population consists of 14,146 people. The town is located right next to the Vltava River in the south of the Czech Republic - even if it is hard to find on the map, it has gone down in history as the most an idyllic place, in which you can admire Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque architectural styles, castles, streets and buildings colored in yellow, green and pink.
St. Ives, Cornwall, United Kingdom
The UK is a destination for people who like a combination modernity and traditions, which is by no means lacking in the localities.
This autumn we recommend you to visit the fishing village St. Ives in the county of Cornwall, which is inhabited by 11.226 people. Once considered an important fishing village, it later gained its reputation for its September art festivals and the Tate Gallery. We must not forget the four sandy beaches with turquoise water. The harbor neighborhood is like a charming labyrinth of high-rise cottages, boutique craft shops and artist studios. As ordered for art lovers.
Do you also have a favorite autumn destination, in Europe or elsewhere in the world? Write in a comment!