Top 10 towns in Europe

When planning a vacation in Europe, some of the first destinations that come to mind will obviously be, the city of romance Paris, the taming city of Rome, or the evergreen cities from London. All of these metropolises are absolutely beautiful but do they really represent actual Europe or do you believe that the Medieval towns of Europe can only do that? By exploring some of the Medieval towns in Europe the continent, it is possible to see a more authentic, authentic, real form side of Europe. 

Here are some of the most beautiful Medieval towns in Europe: 


This city is famous for its alluring bridge over the Neretva River. An interesting fact about the city is that the name of the town Mostar has been derived from Mostari which literally means bridge-keeper. The city and the bridge has an amazing history, making it worthy of paying a visit. 


This is a popular day trip that one can take from Amsterdam. The great Medieval centre and the picturesque canals have crossed by the brick bridges and lined with trees which makes this city the centre of quaint and peace. 


A trip from Roem to the lovely hill region of Umbria will bring you the most engaging Medieval town of Europe, Assisi. You can explore significant religious sites and Roman ruins in this town. 


Eze is a fortified medieval Village of Europe that sits 1400 feet above the sea level, overlooking the vast and beautiful Mediterranean Sea. You have to make sure to take time for visiting the great old church with its Egyptian cross, and it is being said to be the reminder of the Phoenician temple that had previously stood there. 


The capital of Estonia, Tallinn entices. With the 14th century old town, it had built a great defensive system, and then when you walk through these impressive medieval Viru gates, you can feel the history from its core.. 


It has been located around a deep gorge, and the Ronda is one of the oldest and most exciting cities in Spain. 


One of Austria’s most beautiful destinations is Hallstatt, located on the banks of the Hallstatter Sea. This place has been historically attracting people for its salt mines.  


Entrenched on three hills in the heart of Tuscany, Siena offers tourists a step back into the Middle- Ages with its well preserved historic centre and medieval horse racing tradition.  


The city of York is a truly ancient destination, and it boasts an impressive collection of architectural remains that dates to Roman, Medieval and even Viking times.


With historic treasures like the medieval old bridge and Heidelberg castle and the church of the holy spirit and the knight St. George house, it is definitely the place to go to for historic relevance.

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