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3 European countries that you must visit in the next year

Whenever you start planning a holiday, there are some typical destinations that come on top of your mind – will it be Switzerland this year or Paris? Kerala or Kashmir? London or New York? Singapore or Dubai? The travel companies promote the same places and the internet turns these up the most. But, there are a few places out there that you might never think of visiting, yet which can take your breath away and make your holiday a memorable one. We chose 3 such European countries that are less frequented by tourists than the ubiquitous France, Italy, Spain or Germany; but are equally as beautiful and can make for an unusual holiday destination!

Turkey-Istanbul

Turkey

The only country in the world that is located on two continents, Turkey is a treasure trove of art, beauty & good food. Roam through the vibrant bazaars of Istanbul, enjoy the beautiful beaches of Kusadasi, get mesmerized by the cave churches of Goreme National Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and indulge in Turkish culture in Antalya. Get a taste of the mouth-watering Turkish cuisine and appreciate the gorgeous beauty of Turkish art & architecture.

Czech Republic-Prague

Czech republic

The capital of this country, Prague, is said to be one of the must-visit places of the world. Prague’s historic & cultural sights are worth-seeing and the beautiful Prague Castle is not to be missed. The second largest city, Brno, is full of Art Noveau & Neoclassical art & architecture and is generally less crowded than Prague whose growing popularity is attracting tourists. You also must not miss out on Pilsen which is rich in history and tradition – with its cathedrals, synagogues, museums & even a medieval underground tunnel tour.

Croatia-Dubrovnik

Croatia

Nestled beside the picturesque Adrian Sea, Dubrovnik is a Croatian city famous for its harbour & forts. The Old Town, surrounded by the ruins of the Ancient City Walls is another charming part which needs to be explored on foot as it is pedestrian-only. The heart of the country’s culture, arts, sports & academics; Zagreb is a must-visit for its palaces, cathedrals, towers & open-air markets. Another seaside town, Pula, is known for its magical natural surroundings, mild climate, amphitheatre and winemaking & shipbuilding tradition. All in all, an interesting country full of natural beauty & historical magnificence that you will not regret visiting!

So, give the typical tourist destinations a ditch next time and head for one of these amazing places that will leave you mesmerized. Even your friends will get inspired once they see your holiday selfies on Facebook!

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