воскресенье, 5 августа 2012 г.

My Favorite Cities of Europe

Entire Europe is the most exciting place for tourist. Each year thousands of people visit Europe, specially during holidays. Europe has to offer a variety of historical and modern cities. Each era brought new developments and new buildings which are now preserved and admired by thousand of tourists each year. I’m going to take you to only  3 randomly selected cities out of Europe as covering the entire continent is not possible as almost all the countries have more than two cities on which they are proud of. Whichever direction you travel you can explore something new and thats the beauty of Europe.

                         Colmar, France





Colmar has the charm of a fairytale land, with a pedestrian area right in the middle of the historical part of the city. The old town is not as tiny as you might expect, it can be easily negotiated on foot. Several churches, a museum and the beautiful Renaissance building Maison des Tetes are the highlights
 Little Venice, a small part of the old town, reminds of Italy and Venice’s charm.


                   Say Gimignano, Italy




                   Trogir, Croatia 

Trogir, this beautiful Croatian city is one of the best preserved medieval towns in the entire Europe. The old town – which occupies an entire island – has been designated as UNESCO World Heritage site.
Kamerlengo Fortress is located right on the waterfront. For some spectacular views (as far as 15 km range) go to the top of the big tower. The small old town feels like it has been trapped in the 15th century, with small cobblestone streets and charming restaurants. The promenade goes by the water front and encircles the island. Within the medieval town you can admire the Venetian Cathedral of  St. Lovro, Venetian Cathedral of St. Lovro and the Town Hall.