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3 Best National Parks In Europe

croatia-national-park1. Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

This impressive 295-sq.-km forest reserve is located in central Croatia, the Bosnian-Herzegovina border, and has spectacular lakes connected by waterfalls, and peculiar caves that can easily amaze visitors. The turquoise water changes color depending on the minerals and the time of the day. Croatia’s largest National Park is also home to bears, wolves, and different bird species. The lake system and its impressive landscapes make it a must-visit park in Europe.

This park can be visited at any time of the year. Travelers must bear in mind that it is prohibited to swim in the lakes even during hot summer days and it can get crowded during peak season. Now that Croatia was included in the Schengen zone and is becoming a very popular destination in Europe, travelers can include this park on their must-visit list.


Cinque Terre National Park, Italy2. Cinque Terre National Park, Italy

This beautiful coastal region in Italy is known for its fresh and delicious seafood, and fascinating unique villages. Cinque Terre National Park is located in northern Italy, in in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, and is home to gorgeous landscapes and popular towns.
This is one of Italy’s smallest parks, and the government has been promoting sustainable tourism at this location.  Travelers can visit organic farms, admire local flora and fauna, and connect with local customs and the local community. Cinque Terre National Park was considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. 

This is one of Italy’s smallest parks, and the government has been promoting sustainable tourism at this location. Travelers can visit organic farms, admire local flora and fauna, and connect with local customs and the local community. Cinque Terre National Park was considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.


Goreme-National-Park Turkey3. Göreme National Park, Turkey

The popular image of the sky crowded with hot-air balloons takes place at this wonderful park. The Göreme National Park has an impressive landscape sculpted by erosion over an extinct volcanoes area that extends to 39 square miles. Travelers can explore its beautiful valleys, and admire the various rock formations, and historic churches. Its history and beauty made it earn UNESCO World Heritage status: “The incomparable beauty of the decor of the Christian sanctuaries makes Cappadocia one of the leading examples of the post-iconoclastic Byzantine art period.”

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