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Europe’s Best Villages to Visit as a Tourist

  1. Zell am See, Austria
    The small Austrian village of Zell am See, which has a population of only 9,852, the village is an important tourist destination in the state of Salzburg due to its ski resorts and 408 kilometres of slopes. It is also in an important summer destination as it is located on the shores of Lake Zell, in which tourists can not only swim but also sail and surf.
  2. Mestia, Georgia
    At an elevation of 1,500 metres, the village of Mestia is listed tenth amongst the Best Tourism Villages selected by the UNWTO. It has a population of only 1,973 residents, and it is known as a centre of mountaineering tourism. In this village, you can visit the Svaneti Museum of History and Ethnography, which is home to some of the most important historical artefacts both from the region and the rest of the country.
  3. Sauris-Zahre, Italy
    Immersed in the nature of the Carnic Alps, the Italian Sauris village is located at a height ranging between 1,000 and 1,400 metres above sea level. The village has been semi-isolated for centuries, preserving its culture and architecture over the centuries. Maybe the most unique thing about this village is that the ancient language spoken in the Friuli area is still spoken in Sauris.
  4. Castelo Novo, Portugal
    Portugal’s Castelo Novo is of Best Tourism Villages, it is home to one of the most important archaeological sites in this region – the Roman baths of Quinta do Ervedal and a remarkable fortified settlement from the Bronze Age.It is also the first location in Portugal with 100 per cent sustainable mobility, free of carbon dioxide and noise emissions, which offers five electric vehicles available for free use in addition to serving as a transfer service to the train stations.
  5. Bohinj, Slovenia
    The village stands on Lake Bohinj, Triglav, the Savica waterfall, and the Church of St. John the Baptist and is also home to protected architectural sites.
  6. Murten and Andermatt, Switzerland
    While Andermatt is home to a great variety of wildlife, mountain lakes, brooks, springs, and untouched mountainous area, Murten is a lakeside medieval town consisting of various objects from the New Stone Age, Bronze age, Roman and Medieval age.

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