Here Are Some Of The Most Underrated Cities In Europe

It’s as if you didn’t know they existed and now it’s time to pay a visit

Annecy, France Photographer: Pixabay/MempryCatcher

Annecy, France

This beautiful city is located in southeastern France. Annecy has so many breathtaking views to offer, such as the misty alps at Chamonix and the grand castle Château d’Annecy.

There is a cute old town that has pastel coloured houses, quiet cobbled streets and canals.

You can also see Lake Annecy join River Thiou; which is also a pretty sight to see when talking a stroll through the city.

You can search for flights through cheapflights and accommodation on

Cesky Krumlov Photographer: Pixabay/Vined

Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic

This cute city is located by the Vltava River and is known for the 13th century castle that stands grandly; which is known as a UNESCO world heritage site.

If you’re a history buff, then you will love what this city has to offer and the panoramic views it has.

You can find flights on viizair and accommodation on Airbnb.

Granada Photographer: Pixabay/1919021

Granada, Spain

You can find Granada in southern Spain’s Andalusia region, surrounded by the Sierra Nevada mountains.

This stunning city is filled with medieval architecture, along with a royal Palace that overlooks Granada.

You can lounge around lavish rooftop pools or take a stroll through its natural beauty and fountains.

You can find flights on kayak and accommodation on hopper.

2 thoughts on “Here Are Some Of The Most Underrated Cities In Europe

  1. Great post. There are many underrated towns in the World. Not only cities / towns, but also countries. Here in one post about my country:
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    Happy and safe travels!

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