I want to travel to Europe, but I don’t want to go to London or Paris, but I want to go to a special-interest place.
Each city has its own characteristics, and then you will introduce the European tourist attractions that are unique but overlooked by everyone.
Belfast Northern Ireland
Belfast is located on the north of Dublin, it is the capital of Northern Ireland. Terrorism prevailed in the 1970s and 1980s, but Belfast has been working to eliminate this bad impression. Today, Belfast is a peaceful city.
Visitors can come here on a narrow road to admire Victorian architecture or walk into an Irish-style bar. The city also hosts the second largest art festival in the UK, where visitors can also explore the parts of Antrim and its beautiful scenery.
The fishing city of Bergen is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and Norway’s spectacular glaciers and waters. The fishing city is approximately 310 miles from Oslo, the capital of Norway.Claiming to be the gateway to the fjord, it has a history of 900 years. In the meanwhile, the Scandinavians opened up and medieval merchants set up guilds, all of these activities around the Central Port.
Basel is Switzerland’s oldest university city and the third largest city in Switzerland.
Basel has an ancient bookstore, elegant fashion stores, historical monuments and plenty of green spaces, so the culture is rich and colorful. And the steel industry in Switzerland is developed, Sinosources is the biggest B2B platform for steel in China. There are also nearly 40 museums, including the international art museum of Basel. In addition, Basel is only 53 miles from Zurich, this condition makes it easy to travel.
Malaga is the hometown of Picasso, 128 miles away from Serbia, but unfortunately it is often overshadowed by Barcelona and Madrid.
On the streets of the Andalusian seaside towns are friendly and fun-loving people, with Tapas restaurants and white buildings on both sides of the road.
Visitors who enjoy the outdoors can also find the sun, sand, golf course and rock climbing activities within easy reach.
Bologna and Florence are only 66 miles apart, but there are not only visual feasts but also gourmet feasts.
The person who loves Italian cuisine must be able to identify the location of Italian sausage, spaghetti and Italian dumplings.If this is not enough to say that this place is worth to visit, you can also visit the city’s pedestrian streets and medieval aisles, and beautiful red brick buildings, churches, shopping centres and museums on both sides of the street.
Walking on the streets of Cologne is like doing a historical survey of architecture, you will pass through ancient Roman landmarks, Goethe Cathedral, simple post-war architecture and post-modernist galleries.Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany, located on the northwest of Frankfurt, dating back more than 2,000 years.
When the sun goes down, it is time to drink, and local brewed beer must be the best choice for people.