Amazing Small Towns in Europe That are Worth a Visit (Part 2)

Author: Kim Jacobs | Last modified on: June 14th, 2015

In part one we turned your attention towards six amazing small town in Europe. In this part we will present to you seven more towns that you will certainly want to visit at one point or another.

Bled is as a Slovenian town that lies on the shores of Lake Bled. It is known for its numerous spas and for being the location of Bled Castle. The castle is the town’s main landmark and is situated on a small island in the middle of the lake. Bled is currently one of Slovenia’s touristy hot spots and is visited by numerous tourists from all four corners of the world.

The fishing village of Marsaxlokk is located in the Mediterranean country of island country of Malta. The village is home to one of Europe’s largest and most diverse fish markets. Marsaxlokk is also known throughout the continent for its numerous gorgeous and colourful edifices.

If you are into seafood then you should definitely visit the Scottish village of Portree. The village is situated on the Isle of Skye in the northern parts of Scotland. Portree is known throughout Europe for its abundance of seafood restaurants which offers to their guest both local and foreign delicacies. So make sure that you visit this amazing British village once your man and van project is successfully completed. If you are facing a large relocation don’t be shy to use the services of a man and van company in order to go through a smooth and swift move. Also don’t worry about the prices of such services as most companies work with cost effective prices.

ManarolaNo article about small charming European towns would be complete without a site in Italy. The colourful town of Manarola is built right into a stone wall along the Mediterranean coastline. At the moment the town is one of Italy’s and Europe’s most famous leisure destinations despite the fact that Manarola isn’t home to any prominent landmarks.

The town of Reine in Norway has a population of approximately 300 people. Still this didn’t stop Reine to be voted Norway’s most beautiful town. The town is a popular destination amongst fishing enthusiasts. The most famous building of the town is the Reine Church which built out of wood and has a capacity of 250 people. The church dates back to the 1890s.

Located in the central parts of Austria, Hallsatt is a small town which is nested high in the Alps. The town is one of the country’s oldest settlements and is to this day described as a salt mining town with breathtaking views of the surroundings Alps. Hallsatt has a population of approximately 800 people and is certainly a site in Austria that you will want to witness in first person.

The Croatian town of Pucisca is known for its white stone architecture and amazing seascapes and landscapes. Pucisca is also the location of some of the finest beaches of the Adriatic Sea. The presence of the beaches has made the town one of Europe’s finest summer destinations.

About the Author:

Kim Jacobs is a removals coordinator with over 11 years of experience as part of the Get man and van team and other firms in the home and office relocation industry in London. Before joining our company, Kim has worked in various logistical and transportation companies and institutions such as Transport for London, The Removals Ombudsman, and has coordinated moving projects with some of the biggest suppliers of various goods such as IKEA, HomeBase, Amazon, Sainsbury's and others. While working as a chief removals coordinator, Kim also enjoys sharing her expertise with others through writing in our blog.

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