5 Beautiful Paradise Place in Europe

5 Beautiful Paradise Places in Europe.

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This beautiful blue planet, mostly covered by oceans, and many continents, have a paradise to give you inner peace and tranquility. If you are truly nature lover or landscape photographer. There are some places on this earth worth knowing and visiting which is in Europe.

Europe, the continent with old buildings that are retro, unique and have historical stories, is regarded as natures marvel.

Virgin forests that provide fresh air, beautiful landscape and serenity, rare architectures that describe glory, stunning landscape with exuberance freshwater lake will make us realize that these places in Europe are indeed is one of the best places to visit and there will be no regret about it.

Check the list of places that truly represent paradise below, if you plan to visit Europe. And also make a plan to these places for your next vacation to melt into nature and remove all your stress from work.

5. Lake Geneva, Switzerland

Lake Geneva, Switzerland

Lake Geneva also was known as ‘Lac Léman’ (in French), is a large lake formed from the melting of glaciers located on the border between Switzerland and France. This lake is one of the largest lakes in Europe. Lake Geneva is very special because there is a snowy peak, the castle, and also a very charming vineyard nearby.

No wonder why this place became one of the mainstay tours in both countries (Switzerland and France). Lake Geneva is located in the vicinity of the Alps are guaranteed to always have a large visitor.

4. Prague, Czech Republic

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. This beautiful city has a population of about 1.5 million people. The city is characterized by old and classic buildings and has a pointed roof. Therefore, the city also nicknamed “City of Thousand Spire” (City of a thousand towers).

In this city, there is also an old palace where kings, holy emperors of the Roman Empire, and the president of the Czech Republic occupy as an office and residence.

For additional information, UNESCO protects the castle, as one of the world heritage sites. The city attracts the attention of foreign tourists because not only the uniqueness of the building but also facilities and crime rates are relatively low.

3.  Lauterbrunnen Hill, Switzerland

Lauterbrunnen Hill, Switzerland

Lauterbrunnen is a municipality in the administrative district of Interlaken-Oberhasil from the Bern region of Switzerland.

The city is located in the Lauterbrunnen Valley, an amazing valley that has hundreds of waterfalls. Lauterbrunnen has the meaning of “Many springs”, reflecting the valley itself, which has many sources of waterfalls.

The uniqueness of this valley not only attracts foreign tourists, but also the author of the legendary novel J.R.R. Tolkien with his classic novels The Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit. The Lauterbrunnen Valley looks so natural and traditional. Anyone who visits this place will be very peaceful and calm.

2. Amalfi Coast, Salerno, Italy

 Amalfi Coast, Salerno, Italy

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most famous sights in Italy. This beautiful seaside town is located on the beach of Salerno Bay, Salerno, Italy. Being situated on the seafront, Amalfi became a Mediterranean trading city. This coastal city is surrounded by towering cliffs, filled with beautiful greenery and colorful city views.

Amalfi is also known as the Prima Donna land in Italy because UNESCO has designed it as a world heritage site.

1. Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt is a small and beautiful town located in western Austria. The city is famous for its natural scenery. There is a lake in the middle of town which is also called Hallstatt.

The small town of Austria has a very friendly atmosphere, including traditional impression, as there are many green trees surrounding the city. The small town of Hallstatt is also widely used as a background setting for major films, including the Korean drama Winter Sonata.

Author: Nadiayu

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