6. Black Forest, Germany
Away from the every day’s rush and busy lifestyle, there lies one of the most beautiful yet mysterious forests in Germany, called the Black Forest. This fairytale-like place situated along the Rhine River is Germany’s third largest state.
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7. Gorges du Verdon, France
When talking about the natural beauties, France is not an exception. This glorious river canyon with a fascinating water color is one of the most noteworthy in Europe. Its depth goes up to 700 meters and it is especially popular among the divers and the kayak lovers.
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8. Las Medulas, Spain
This historic mining site and a real beauty is located in north-west Spain. It’s a remain of the Roman times. The orange peaks and the green nature around is what makes this place special.
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9. Lake Halstatt, Austria
Austria as well as Switzerland may own the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. The lake Halstatt, located somewhere in between Salzburg and Graz, is a ‘’must-visit’’ place. The numerous cottages, the salt mines and the caves are the trademarks of the place. It is believed that this place is the oldest inhabited settlement in the continent.
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10. Algarve, Portugal
The Iberian Peninsula has always had a lot to show. The picturesque rock formation, the unique color of the water, the golden-sandy beaches and the tiny bays is what represents this spectacular spot. Sunbathing and enjoying the swim has never been so pleasurable.
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