Croatia is an up-and-coming destination in every sense of the term. Think of it as an undiscovered gem that’s just waiting to be uncovered. With low travel costs and affordable food and board expenses, visiting the island is a no-brainer. Nestled within the Adriatic Sea, there are no shortage of spanning beach lines to indulge in.
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Bergen may be the second largest city in Norway but there’s no denying the small-town charm of the seaside locale. Bergen is surrounded by a surreal array of mountains and fjords, sitting in close proximity to some of the most notable ones in the world. Head here to get an authentic taste of Nordic culture and don’t miss out on the fjord cruises!
The sinking city is about as dreamy as they come. Among the many fascinating characteristics of Venice, its interconnected canals are easily the most notable. A welcomed respite from the busy city streets, the traveler can find solace in uninterrupted wanderings.
Portugal is having a real moment, and it’s quickly rising in the ranks among the must-see travel destinations, rivaling most of its European counterparts. Its coastal capital of Lisbon comes lined with Europe’s signature pastel-colored buildings and even boasts sweeping views of the sea.
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Dublin has had its fair share of recognition but this summer we’re all for heading west to the little-known coastal village of Liscannor. Known for its impeccably fresh seafood and close proximity to the Cliffs of Moher, the town is surrounded by lush green landscapes as far as the eye can see.
This classic Greek island has remained high on the list of must-see spots from across the globe, and it’s no secret why. The cliff-side town boasts stunning views of the caldera and is easily one of the most recognizable spots in the world. So it should come as no surprise that the island is looking to limit the number of tourists who visit it. We’d book our tickets asap.
Situated on the western shore of Lake Hallstatt, this iconic village comes with some seriously incredible views. The UNESCO World Heritage Site features a number of archaeological artifacts, dating back to the Iron Age. History buffs, this one’s for you.
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Miles upon miles of blue-green waters line the mountainous coast of this French island, located west of the Italian seaboard. From scenic hiking trails to the Mediterranean Sea, Corsica is ideal for the sunbathers and outdoor-excursionists alike.
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