This small town of the Metropolitan City of Bari, Apulia, southern Italy has just over 10 thousand people and is known for its unique trulli (conical-shaped roofs) houses.
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This picturesque resort town is well-known for outdoor sports and one can even see the Northern lights here.
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This village in Gloucestershire is a major tourist attraction mainly for its historical buildings and is also called the most beautiful village in England.
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The scenery, location, climate, and picturesque view make it popular with Panamanians and tourists from all over the world.
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The city is known for its 15th-century fortress and dungeon and blue-washed buildings.
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Cua Van, Vietnam
This fishing village on the Ha Long Bay is popular among tourists who want to experience the lives of the locals and take in the unique marine ecosystem.
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Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany
This ski town in Bavaria was the site of the 1936 Winter Olympics and is one of the most beautiful towns in Germany.
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Gasadalur, Faroe Islands, Denmark
Home to one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, Mulafossur, Gasadalur has amazing panoramic views and is home to thousands of Atlantic puffins.
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Known as Little Venice, Giethoorn has over 150 bridges and is still only fully accessible by boat. It used to be a pedestrian-only village, but a cycling path has been added now.
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Giverny, the charming little village in Normandy, is where Monet produced his masterpiece Water Lily series, and it is popular with art lovers.
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This one’s for history lovers – historically important sites are Ortahane, Durmus Kadir, Yusuf Koc and Bezirhane churches, Tokali Kilise, the Apple Church, and homes and pigeon houses carved straight into the rock formations.
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The most beautiful village in Europe, Hallstatt is surrounded by water and mountains and has everything you would expect from Alpine beauty.
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Hobbiton, New Zealand
Located in the heart of New Zealand, this village is to be “Shire” as shown in the LOTR movies. From the houses to the little pubs, it’s simply wonderful to say the least.
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Itchan Kala, Uzbekistan
With foundations laid in the tenth century, Itchan Kala has more than 50 historic monuments and 250 old houses. It is protected as a World Heritage Site.
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Jim Thorpe, USA
This town in Eastern Pennsylvania has been called the “Switzerland of America” because of the scenery and architecture. It’s also historically known for being the burial site of the Native American sports legend Jim Thorpe.
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Previously a white village, it was painted a “Smurf” blue for the release of the Smurfs movie. That year saw a significant bump in tourists, due to which the villagers decided to keep it blue.
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This fortified town has Romanesque churches and medieval streets and squares. This quaint town is included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.