5 offbeat visiting places on your next European journey

Europe is home to over 40 countries, some of the world’s most scenic sceneries, spectacular seascapes, and interesting locations. In Europe, it is renowned world-wide for museums, historic residences and beaches, endless shopping, quiet canals, modern architecture, impeccable hospitality, authentic cuisine, and flourishing night slides: Amsterdam, London, Paris, Athens, Rome, Venice, Vienna, and others. Amsterdam is a popular destination. Furthermore, there are thousands of offbeat destinations in the European continent that are less touristic and inexpensive.

Santorini, Greece

Santorini is a world-famous island located in the most southerly portion of the Cyclades group in the Aegean Sea, Greece. Thira is also known as Thira. This island in crescent form has magnificent beaches, breathtaking views, authentic food, beautiful landscapes, prosperous nightlife, and great wines. Santorini is the most luxurious island in Greece and one of our must-have Europe tour packages for offbeat destinations. Santorini is formed as a popular “marriage destination” in Greece as well as worldwide, lined with unique beaches in the exotic colors of black, red, and white volcanic sand. The Fira Archeological Site and the Red Beach, Fira, Oia, caldera, Akrotiri

Sintra, Portugal

In the heart of the pine-crossed hills of Serra de Sintra, in Portugal, is Sintra a picturesque area. This Portugal-style town is regarded as one of the richest towns in Europe and one of the best secret destinations in Portugal, for its shrill-riding mountains, dense woods, exotic gardens, exquisite palazzos, and fairy-tale castles. Sintra is now UNESCO’s global heritage formerly the royal city of the country and draws visitors from around the world. The most famous places in Sintra are Sintra Palace, Quinta da Regaleira, Pena Palace, Cabo da Roca, Moor Castle, Monserrate Park and Palace, Queluz Palace, Praia da Adraga and Praia Da Ursa.

Ronda, Spain

Ronda is a magical town founded in the Malaga province of Spain over 150 m deep El Tajo gorge. Surrounded by lush river valleys above the deep ravines and lined with outlaws, pirates, guerrilla guerrillas, and revolutionaries, Ronda boasts exceptional elegance, charm and dramatic past. Ronda’s most impressive feature is the Puente Nuevo, a bridge of the 18th century that connects the city’s two parts. The old city of Ronda is full of ancient mosques and palaces, and the new town of Ronda is full of parks and walks through the surrounding mountains. The most interesting places you’ll find in Ronda on your journey to Europe are Plaça de Toro, Arab Baths Mondragon Palais, Arab walls and gates to the settlement, Duquesa de Parcent Square, and Duquesa de Parcent Square. In the late 18th Century Ronda is also the birthplace of modern bullfights. If you want to see this bullfight, then schedule your tour across Europe in early September on the spectacular Feria Goyesca.

The Cinque Terre, Italy

Cinque Terre is a string of five fishing towns situated on the Italian Coast. It is well known for its dramatic coastline. The villages that makeup Cinque Terre are Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. Cinque Terre, not once unknown to Eden, but even with its narrow winding paths, perfectly preserved architecture, and the network of amazing coastal and mountain trails is a feeling of remote authenticity. It is now a National Park and Marine Protected Area and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

Cinque Terra is perfect for a leisurely escape away from maddening crowds with spectacular views of harbours, the inviting coastline, architecturally beautiful locations and plenty of wine.

Meteora, Greece

Meteora is one of the most formidable areas of Greece, with massive rocks rising out of the Thessaly plains over 60 million years old. A tour of Meteora provides a unique view of nature’s grandeur and the rich history of Meteora, the stunning scenery, the wonderful architecture and human desire to link with the Divine as Meteora’s rocky cliffs have been considered the ideal place to spiritually rise since the early Christian period. Many monasteries were founded in Byzantine times, but today only six are active on top of these formidable sandstone peaks. Since 1988, Meteora, a UNESCO site, is after the Mount Athos the second most important complex of Eastern Orthodox monasteries. A science fiction or a fantasy tale are idealised in the monasteries on the huge spikes of smooth rock.