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From the hillsides of Portugal, to the peaks and valleys of Italy, and all the way to the lakeside villages of Austria, there is no shortage of breathtaking scenery all across Europe.
We broke it down for you so you can learn about Europe’s top ten spots with stunning landscapes to help make planning your next trip a little easier.
So what are you waiting for? Start planning your perfect trip to Europe today!

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  1. Bonifacio – France

 

The French island of Corsica is the perfect destination for those looking to take in some of the most unique coastal views and surroundings. It is almost as if you are staring at a postcard as you look out on the rocky cliffs with houses atop or take in a sea view of the Old Town.
Bonifacio is surely the best spot on the island that would make a mysterious and wonderful holiday destination.

 

Bonifacio, France by btitib50

Bonifacio, France by btitib50

 

  1. Hallstatt – Austria

 

A picturesque lakeside village filled with a rich history dating back nearly 7,000 years (!) the exquisite town paired with glaciers, ski slopes and lush green hillsides is exactly what makes this place so incredibly breathtaking. A visit here would undoubtedly be nothing short of ultimate relaxation and serenity.

 

Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt, Austria

 

  1. Mont Saint-Michel – France

 

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, this island commune receives over three million visitors every year and for good reason. Classified as the Wonder of the Western World, this site is not only a remarkable piece of history and architecture but is also surrounded by some of the most spectacular landscapes throughout this part of the continent and world.

 

Mont Saint-Michel, France

Mont Saint-Michel, France

 

  1. Tuscany – Italy

 

Though you may think of Tuscany as a top tourist attraction, which it is, it is also a place where you can go to escape the throngs of travelers and explore the many oases just outside the main center. Sip on wine at local vineyards and Cantinas while you take in the rolling hills and valleys of this Italian region.
The most renowned valley, known for its great beauty and postcard landscapes is Val d’Orcia.

 

Road to Val d'Orcia, Tuscany, Italy by Tommy Clark

Road to Val d’Orcia, Tuscany, Italy by Tommy Clark

 

  1. The Douro Valley – Portugal

 

This destination is one that has a plethora of inviting traits to offer each one of its guests including boat rides across the river where you will get to marvel at the many vineyards, towns and villages. Enjoy both table wines and Port wines that the region is known for as you gaze out at this World Heritage Site cultural landscape.

 

Douro Valley, Portugal

Douro Valley, Portugal

 

  1. The Faroe Islands – Denmark

 

Often referred to as the hidden gem of the Scandinavian countries, the Faroe Islands make up a place that is very unknown to most travelers and in turn making it the perfect choice for the selective traveler. A peaceful, picturesque and sustainable cluster of islands where not many get to experience and a place you definitely will not want to miss out on.

 

Faroe Islands residents, Denmark by mariusz kluzniak

Faroe Islands residents, Denmark by mariusz kluzniak

 

  1. The Dolomites – Italy

 

Not only will you get the chance to sit back, relax and soak up the immense beauty of the surrounding mountain peaks, hills and valleys of The Dolomites, but you’ll also get to be enjoy one of the largest wellness centers in the world. If you head here, get ready to enjoy a relaxing, refreshing and rejuvenating experience unlike any other.

 

The Dolomites - Le Pale di San Martino, Italy by Ignaçio Izquierdo

The Dolomites – Le Pale di San Martino, Italy by Ignaçio Izquierdo

 

  1. The Hallerbos Forest – Belgium

 

If your travel plans are set within the spring months, between the end of March and into the summer months of May and June, this would be the place to head to. The Hallerbos Forest is world famous for its blossoming beech leaves and purple-blue bluebells that gives off an undeniable magical atmosphere to anyone who enters its lands.

 

Hallerbos Forest in April, Belgium by Jean-Francois Schmitz

Hallerbos Forest in April, Belgium by Jean-Francois Schmitz

 

  1. The Lofoten Islands – Norway

 

A cluster of islands known for its incredible fishing and nature attractions while also offers its guests some of the views and look out points of the water surrounding it. You can bird watch, visit the Lofotr Vikings Museum or simply enjoy the natural beauty of this Norwegian oasis.

 

The Lofoten Islands, Norway

The Lofoten Islands, Norway

 

  1. Cairngorms National Park – Scotland

 

As one of Britain’s most expansive natural parks and one of the most glorious to explore, this is a must for anyone visiting Scotland. Depending on what time of the year you go, it may be a good idea to bundle up as you witness the glistening snow on each of the mountain and hill caps.

 

Cairngorms Natural Park, Scotland by Sturat Anthony

Cairngorms Natural Park, Scotland by Sturat Anthony

 

 

So what are you waiting for? Start planning your perfect trip to Europe today!

 

Cheers!

 

The RoutePerfect team

 

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