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Popular Traditional Experience/ Cultural Experience Attractions in Europe

Hallstatt
Austria
4.7/5
291 Reviews
Town
Hallstatt, Austria
Oia
Santorini·Greece
4.7/5
615 Reviews
Town
The town of Oia is the second largest town in Santorini. The blue and white church and traditional windmills are landmarks known worldwide. The blue and white buildings against the backdrop of the Aegean Sea create a gorgeous scene full of romance that attracts honeymooners from all across the globe. In addition to the iconic architecture, many visitors also come here to enjoy the breathtaking sunsets. In the evening, people gather to watch the sunset from a viewing point as the sun slowly sinks into the Aegean Sea. When only a single sliver of sunlight remains, the viewing point erupts into applause as yet another gorgeous sunset comes to an end.
Fira
Santorini·Greece
4.6/5
401 Reviews
Town
The town of Fira is the capital of Santorini, built on the edge of the volcano on the western part of the island. The walls of the town houses are all painted white and dark blue , blending in with the sky and ocean. The scenery is truly spectacular. Fira is not only a traditional residential settlement, but also a commercial and tourism center of Santorini. It is home to many small hotels and offers convenient transportation to the towns of Oia, Black Beach and Red Beach. It is considered a transit hub for the island.
Santa Claus Village
Rovaniemi·Finland
4.5/5
203 Reviews
Rural Area
Santa Claus Village is located on the Arctic Circle, north of Rovaniemi. Every year, visitors from all over the world flock here to catch a glimpse of the glamor of Santa Claus. Santa Claus Village is a group of wooden buildings. There are the main entrance spires, restaurants, flower beds, Santa Claus offices, residences, post offices, gift shops, elk parks and others.
Cinque Terre
Italy
4.5/5
247 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Rural Area
Cinque Terre is on the coast of La Spezia in Liguria, Italy. This small and exquisite Italian national park consists of the villages of Monterosso, Vernazza, Cornelia, Manarola and Riomaggiore on the edge of a cliff, as well as the surrounding areas. This charming area with steep cliffs and colorful villages is great for walks on the beach and mountain hikes.
Zaanse Schans
Zaandam·Netherlands
4.6/5
586 Reviews
Folk Village
Zaanse Schans is northwest of Amsterdam. Its ancient buildings vividly depict Dutch life in the 17th and 18th centuries. People continue to live here, many working in ancient shipyards and wooden shoe workshops. Of course, there are many windmills. Picturesque scenery! Visit the timber buildings of the Zaan River, the green wooden houses of the 17th century, the windmills powered by the wind to extract oil and make pigments. Go inside to see what the interior of a windmill is like.
Mijas
Malaga·Spain
4.4/5
171 Reviews
Town
Eze Village
Eze·France
4.6/5
291 Reviews
Town
Located between Nice and Monaco, Eze Village is a medieval town on the cliffs of the Côte d'Azur. It attracts countless visitors due to its well-preserved medieval villages and its excellent location. The town is built on a steep rock wall. All the buildings are made of stones and loess. The roads are narrow and criss-crossed like a maze. Moreover,each small corner is very delicate.
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