Europe is an amazing place. They have diverse cultures, great outdoors, and many places with rich histories and ancient civilizations. Combine them all, and you’ll get beautiful places, preserved environments, and unique architecture.
In this video, we’ll look at 5 of the most beautiful places in Europe.
The Lavender Fields In Provence, Italy
The lavender fields you see on the internet are real. The fields in Provence are one of the most beautiful and surreal places to visit—especially at the right time.
They begin to bloom by June, but they peak around early to mid-July, so it’s best if you visit during these times.
Venice is overrated and has too many tourists. Other places with the same type of appeal, like Bruges, have fewer tourists and are likely to cost cheaper.
Bruges is also known for its cobbled streets and medieval architecture, so it’s hitting more than two birds with one stone.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Red light district aside, you can visit places like the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, and the Stedelijk in Amsterdam. You can also stroll or bike through the city and enjoy the amazing architecture of their buildings and the elaborate canal system beneath them.
Between the emerald-colored waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, the traditional houses and buildings that stretch along the valley, and the beautiful mountains surrounding the place, Interlaken is one of the most beautiful places in all of the world—environmentally and aesthetically.
Scottish Highlands, The United Kingdom
Even if you aren’t a big fan of medieval culture, the Scottish Highlands in the UK is a beautiful place to visit. From old castles to mountainous terrain and the ever-coveted Loch Ness, it’s a place to unwind thanks to its Taiga biome.
Sure, you probably won’t find Nessie by the lake, but you may find yourself. Share your thoughts in the comment section – we’d love to hear them!