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5 Beautiful Small Town in Europe

The village of Giethoorn in Northern Netherlands is often referred to by another name “The Venice of the North” (The Venice of the North) also by the peaceful canals of this small town. A land that appeared out of fairy tales with thatched roof houses interspersed next to each ruler and tree-lined walkways. We can even take a boat to weave through the corners of Giethoorn street.

There is something very special in the small town of Hallstätt as he wanders on a ferry across the lake which is like glass, amid a mist of fog rolling down from the Dachstein mountains. This is a town recognized by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage with the churches from the 12th century, a bustling market and plaza with many cozy restaurants. Hallstätt is only an hour from Salzburg and a three-hour drive from Vienna, this geographic advantage will create more opportunities for you to travel in Austria.

It is hard to find a less romantic town in Italy, but in Taormina there always exists something really special, a coastal town on the island of Sicily. The views from the high mountains of Mount Etna or the Ionian Sea will mesmerize your senses, and our feet will be held back by the ancient ruins and the roads filled with cafes. And reward yourself with an experience at the Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo, you will never want to leave your room.

“Gateway to heaven” – it’s a beautiful name that Italian artist Giovanni Segantini gave to the small town of Soglio in Switzerland. Nestled in the Bregaglia valley in the mountains close to the Italian border, the town of Soglio is like a peaceful harmony of heaven and earth. Come here to walk on the streets, breathe the fresh air and roses in the historic Palazzo Salis garden. Serenity is a better catalyst for human emotions.

Bled is a strange fairy village on Lake Bled. Everything here is covered with an ancient layer; From the 12th-century castle, located on a cliff overlooking the lake, to charming restaurants under candlelight at night. According to many reviews, this is a very romantic place for couples and ancient stories have told that: Visit the island’s church and ring a few bells, all dreams of You will come true.


7 most beautiful towns in the Philippines (part 1)

The Philippines consists of 7,107 islands, bringing beautiful near-endless corners to explore. Here are 10 of the most beautiful towns in the Philippines to add to your list of must-see destinations.

1. Lazybones Town

With historic towns, idyllic beaches, sunny climates and diverse landscapes, the Philippines quickly emerged as a destination to compete with Southeast Asian tourist hotspots, such as Thailand and Indonesia.

2. Baclayon

Baclayon is the first municipality to be established on the island of Bohol, founded by the Spaniards at the end of the 16th century. The main attraction of this charming town is the Cathedral of Baclayaon, which is a national cultural treasure. as well as a national historical monument.

Although this historic church was severely damaged during the 2013 earthquake, its adjacent museum remains open to discovery. In addition to the church, the town has dozens of lovely Spanish colonial houses, dating from 1853. Baclayon is an ideal base for excursions to whales and dolphins to nearby Pamilacan island.

3. Daraga

Daraga is an ancient town located in southeastern Luzon. This rural town is located under the shadow of Mount Mayon, with Daraga church located on a hill overlooking a volcano. Built in 1773, the church is built of volcanic rock and has some intricately carved reliefs on its columns.

Just northwest of the town is Cagsawa Cathedral, one of the region’s most iconic locations. In the early 19th century, hundreds of people sought refuge in the church in a devastating eruption of Mayon Mountain, but were killed when lava engulfed the building. The rest of the church looks quite haunting in the context of the green fields and towering Mayon mountains.



Known as a culturally rich city, Orebro stands out with its most modern city architecture. The vast castle in the romantic space is surrounded by a moat full of lilies. Coming to town, you will encounter extremely simple and rustic scenes such as pictures of students riding bicycles on the streets, people relaxing on the porch or parks around the city.

Overview of Orebro town, Sweden

Located in central Sweden, the east borders the districts of Västra Götaland, Värmland, Dalarna, Västmanland, Södermanland and Östergötland, Örebro is Sweden’s sixth largest city, surrounded by four large Swedish lakes and has two roads seaside. Örebro is a beautiful central town in Sweden with a population of nearly 143,000. Orebro is close to the capital Stockholm (200km), which is Scandinavia’s natural logistics center. With an attractive location, Örebro becomes a diverse business area and is home to activities, conferences and trade fairs.

With good infrastructure, a growing tourist service, visitors can use trains and buses to travel around the city and to Örebro airport. Cycling here is very popular. On the road with many nice lanes, you can rent a car to cycle around the city at a low cost.

This is a country with high education, especially in the Örebro region. In the city, there are care facilities for all ages and people with disabilities, immigration services and free counseling in many areas, such as consumer counseling. There are 40 compulsory high schools, 15 independent schools and one university, therefore, Örebro has a high-quality education. The university has a variety of courses, attracting students from all over Sweden and other countries to study. Besides, Örebro University Hospital (USÖ) is one of the main specialized hospitals in Sweden.

If you have a chance, it is a great idea to visit this amazing town!


10 most beautiful small towns in Europe (Part 3)

If you are passionate about nostalgia, Europe is a great destination. Especially this place has the old town but very romantic and lovely. Remember these destinations and don’t forget to share them with your friends and relatives!

Let’s continue the list of 10 most beautiful towns in Europe!

8. Manarola, Italy

Manarola is a beautiful town in Italy. This is a part of the Cinque Terre in Liguria, northern Italy, attracting visitors by its splendid beauty. Manarola is the oldest town in 5 towns in Cinque Terre. There are colorful houses and stone terraces on the sloping beach.

The town is located on a 70m high mountain slope compared to sea level, beautiful and extremely romantic with a small harbor with anchored ships, picturesque houses on the beach, a small square with houses seafood products.

9. Colmar town, France

Colmar in France is a beautiful flower town called Little Venice because of many canals flowing through. The old town is well-preserved with many long-standing architectures and museums of its history. Some say that this is the most beautiful town in Europe.

Colmar was founded in the 9th century and its heyday in 1200. With a sunny climate, Colmar is one of the driest places in France. Today, Colmar France is known as the capital of Alsatian wine and canals with beautiful ancient architecture.

10. Hallstatt town Austria

Hallstatt is a village in the Salzkammergut region in Austria, one of the most beautiful small towns in Europe and the most visited destination in Austria. The black-roofed wooden houses are silhouetted against crystal clear water and on one side is the high mountain range that creates a beautiful charming mountain and river scenery for relaxation, walking and sailing for tourists. There are also the oldest wooden houses in the world.

The 5 most unique small towns in Italy

The smallest town in the world – Croatia’s favorite destination

Hum – the world’s smallest town – with only 17 people living is one of Croatia’s most loved destinations. Let’s join Vietnam Tourism to discover what’s interesting inside it!

Hum – the smallest town in the world

Hum – a 349-meter town on top of Istria hill, Croatia, is recognized as the smallest town in the world. This town was founded in the 11th century, when the Hum castle was built on the location of the ruins of an ancient Roman settlement. After that, the first houses appeared around. This is one of the most attractive destinations in Croatia.

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Panorama of Hum – the smallest town in the world

Hum town is built and developed inside the castle walls, never spreading out. Until the 17th century, in historical documents, Hum was called a “castrum”, meaning “fortress”. Today, the town has only 20 buildings on two paved streets with 17 people living.

The most interesting way to travel to Croatia to Hum is to go from Roc town, 3 km from Hum, along the road with huge stone monuments. Each statue represents a letter of the Glagolitic alphabet, so this road is called “Glagolitic road”.

Hum còn có nghĩa là "Pháo đài"

Hum also means “Fortress”

You can enter the town via a single gate, built in 1562 and then upgraded by modern metal workers.

Hum is located near Roč, deep in the interior of the Istria peninsula. These two towns are connected to a common history and culture, and are now Glagolitic Alley. The history of Hum begins in the Middle Ages Earl, and the fact that the town is completely surrounded by old walls and not many buildings outside are particularly interesting.

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Hum – a town with beautiful paved streets

Due to its peculiarity, the town is truly unique and interesting with historical, cultural, and Hum explorers especially attractive to nature lovers. Forests, meadows and hills are convenient for long walks and short family excursions.

Thanks to favorable conditions for the growth of Buzet mushrooms, this aromatic fungus almost became a symbol of the town. Therefore, the town of Hum is also called “mushroom town”. A visit to Hum should be ended with a visit to one of the tourist farms.


The magic attraction of the beautiful small town romantic

Peaceful scenery, ancient architecture and wonderful climate are the reasons for small towns but attract tourists to visit.

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Sidi Bou Said is a small town located near Tunis, Tunisia, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Besides the beautiful landscapes, the town is said to be the inspiration of many famous artists, including Swiss artist Paul Klee. Photo: Shutterstock / Sidi Bou Said.

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Alberobello, located in Puglia, Italy, is famous for houses with a unique pyramid-shaped architecture, recognized as a World Heritage by UNESCO. Alberobello tourist town has a beautiful landscape with lots of quality restaurants. Photo: Shutterstock / Littleaom.

The old town of Annecy is located on Lake Annecy, France, with medieval blocks painted in vivid colors, giving visitors the feeling of looking at a miniature Venice. Visit Annecy, visit the ancient prison of Palais de I’lle and the castle Château d’Annecy, considered a symbol of the town. Photo: Shutterstock / byvalet.

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Sedona, Arizona is often listed on America’s smallest town list. At any hotel in town, you can easily admire majestic sandstone mountains. This is also an ideal place for visitors with many resort services and roads for those who like hiking. Photo: Shutterstock / Josemaria Toscano.

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The coastal town of Positano in Italy is the favorite destination of celebrities. The beauty of the mix of colorful houses such as white, pink and gold combined with the blue of the Mediterranean sea can surprise visitors. Guests can also walk around and explore chic fashion stores, restaurants and colorful streets. Photo: Shutterstock.

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Hoi An ancient town located near the Thu Bon river mouth, Quang Nam province, is one of the top rated destinations in Vietnam. Here, the old houses are specially preserved. Peaceful and ancient looks in the old town create a sense of relaxation for any tourists who come here. Photo: Shutterstock / Banana Republic Images.

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Dinan is a picturesque town in Brittany, France, overlooking the poetic Rance river. Guests can walk the streets and admire the artworks in galleries and craft shops. Photo: Shutterstock / canadastock.

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The town of Albarracín is located on the mountain top above Río Guadalaviar in Spain’s Teruel province. Here, visitors will feel like being back to the past and discover wooden houses, ancient fortress walls and maze-like streets. Photo: Shutterstock / Albarracin.

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The tourist town of Bled in Slovenia, is known for its charming scenery. Bled town is a church located on a small island in the middle of the lake, a medieval castle located on a cliff and majestic mountains of the Julian Alps. Bled is loved by the romantic atmosphere and activities like hiking, cycling and canoeing. Photo: Shutterstock / Ales Krivec.


5 most popular Cambodian tourist destinations

1. The Angkor Wat temple

Angkor Wat is one of the destinations that Cambodian tourists are self-sufficient and follow the most visited tour in the world. In particular, during the holidays this place attracts thousands of visitors to visit. Because the architectural ruins here are not only beautiful but also hidden something very subtle.

Angkor temple complex includes more than 1,000 temples and sanctuaries within 200 square kilometers. In it, Angkor Wat temple is the most popular Cambodian tourist destination. Besides, there are a number of other temples that are worth visiting, such as Ta Prohm with the ruined ruins of trees, the temples built between the 8th and 13th centuries that have been restored.

2. Koh Rong Island

Want to find a Cambodian tourist destination to relax? You dream about endless beaches with white sand, clear water, and magnificent tourist resorts but still keep the pure nature? So, Koh Rong is the most suitable island for you!

The island is about 25 km from Sihanoukville. So far, the Cambodian landscape on this island still keeps its peaceful beauty, shallow beaches with blue water in the bottom, the wooden piers reach the sea full of romance. In particular, coming here you will not be disturbed by the noise of engine cars, motorbikes or tuk-tuk but only a few hotels and resorts to serve tourists.

3. Phnom Penh

Located at the junction of Tonle Sap River and Mekong River, Phnom Penh is the vibrant capital of Cambodia with about 1.5 million inhabitants. It is interesting to sit on the cycle and explore Phnom Penh city center, visit the beautiful Wat Phnom temple, Cambodia Royal Palace and the fair.

In Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and Killing Fields you can experience and learn about Cambodia’s dark history. In addition, along the streets of 240 interesting shops located close together easily satisfy the shopping pleasure of all visitors. Therefore, Phnom Penh is one of the 10 most popular Cambodian tourist destinations.

4. Banteay Chhmar Temple

Banteay Chhmar temples are located in the northwest of Cambodia, 165 km from Angkor, near the Thai border. The Banteay Temple of Chhmar is the same size and splendor as Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, so it is also one of the attractions that tourists traveling to Cambodia cannot miss. However, in this area visitors will not be able to find a hotel. However, you can apply to stay overnight in a family in Banteay Chhmar, this is probably a unique experience that you should try.

5. Beng Mealea / Banteay Srei

You will have a great day trip from Siem Reap by car, or motorbike when visiting Beng Mealea and Banteay Srei. Beng Mealea temples are located in a forest, trees are growing from the middle of ruins in cool light. Banteay Srei is a complex fairytale temple from the 10th century and is one of the most popular Cambodian tourist destinations. Unlike other temples, Banteay Srei temple is built of pink marble and gently sculpted.

3 Beautiful Towns in Alberta, Canada As Ideal Destinations

3 Beautiful Towns in Alberta, Canada As Ideal Destinations

Alberta in Western Canada is known for its beauty, with majestic Canadian rocks in the middle of the province. It is made up of many small towns, each with its own vibe.

There are towns known for murals, picturesque rivers or historic buildings. Check out Alberta’s most beautiful towns!


Jasper’s town is the starting point for exploring Jasper National Park, in the Canadian Rockies. But the town is gorgeous in its own right.

Jasper is surrounded by mountains and is the definition of exotic. The town attracts many tourists with manicured gardens, buildings are decorated with stone facades and flower pots hanging around the main street during warmer months.

Come to the town, visitors can enjoy the surroundings of the town’s impressive National Park. You can take a boat ride to Whistler Mountain, have a peaceful time in natural hot springs, admire the turquoise lake or ski at Marmot Falls.

Waterton Park

Waterton Park, also known simply as Waterton, is found in southwestern Alberta. It is located in Waterton Lake National Park, which actually becomes the Glacier National Park across the border in Montana.

3 Beautiful Towns in Alberta, Canada As Ideal Destinations

The Alberta Tourism Website describes its beauty in a sentence: “Nowhere else in the world will you find a UNESCO World Heritage Site, International Peace Park and Rolled Biosphere Reserve into one.” Go to Waterton while it’s still intact and not crowded!


Legal may be a small town, but it has an interesting history. In 1894, it was founded as a French-speaking community. It was awarded the title of the French Painting Capital of the World in 2011, with more than 35 unique murals painted throughout the town.

Clearly, people from all over the world come to see this beautiful Northern Alberta and its paintings. Its location, only a 45-minute drive north of Edmonton, makes it great for day trips.


The most beautiful fairy village in the world

The Dutch village of Giethoorn looks peaceful, separate from the world. A quiet river, quiet dreamy scenery as coming out of fairy tales.

In Giethoorn, cars’ smoke and sirens do not exist. When coming here, people have to leave cars outside the village, rent boats called “Whisper boats” with no-noise engines to “approach” the village, or can walk through more than 176 trees. wooden arch bridge.

Many houses are still inaccessible by road. Even the postman has to deliver letters by boat.

Boat rental here averages 20 euros/hour. Normally, in about 2 hours, you can complete the journey to explore this small village. Before letting you roam the boat to explore the village, the boat owner will have 10 minutes to practice sailing skills, check to see if you have enough skill and skill to control.

In Giethoorn, the loudest sound you can hear is the whirring sound of ducks swimming under the water, or the cries of other birds occasionally flapping their wings over the top of their heads. At this point, I rented a boat from the locals for 20 euros/hour. In about 3 hours, I completed my journey to explore this small village.

The boat glides along the small canals, through houses with thatched roofs dating back to the 18th century, certainly giving you an unforgettable feeling. Every season, Giethoorn wears a new shirt. I went to Giethoorn on the early summer days. The sky is clear, the sun shines down on the brilliant trees and the remaining spring tulip buds …

Giethoorn is a town in the Overijssel province, Netherlands. Giethoorn was discovered by a migrant group from the Mediterranean in the 1230s. The name Giethoorn came from the discovery of the first inhabitants, who found hundreds of goat horns as a result of the flood of the calendar. history in the 10th century.

The people in Giethoorn value the tranquility and peaceful life, so if you visit the village, respect the local culture.

The restaurants and shops here also have fairy colors. The houses are hidden beneath the trees and the vines covered with increasing mystery. The river is still, far away are small houses with children playing, adults fishing. The sun shines sunset, giving Giethoorn a romantic beauty. The ducks flew through the boat’s bow, echoing a quiet area. This village experience is a worthwhile experience, so come at least once in your life.

The 5 most unique small towns in Italy

The 5 most unique small towns in Italy

Italy is not only famous for the bustling big cities but also impressed by many unique small towns. Let’s explore it now!

Referring to Italy, people often think of big tourist cities like Rome, Florence, Venice or Milan. However, the following 3 of the most unique small towns in Italy will make you really surprised with their stories and secrets.

Alberobello – the town of fairy houses

Dubbed the hobbit village, Alberobello brings the tranquil breath of the countryside with strange architecture. The houses here are just stones that are stacked on top of each other without mortar. The roof is designed in the form of arches, cones or pyramids and painted magic or pagan symbols like the houses of witches in ancient stories. Homes in Alberobello have a very unique design, which attracts many tourists to visit.

The 5 most unique small towns in Italy

 Modica town – the land of Chocolate

The town of Modica not only appeals to four-way tourists by its peaceful setting but also by the excellent taste of the famous chocolate. This place is keeping a secret about the unique method of processing chocolate of the Aztecs hundreds of years ago.

Bolgheri – the town of great wines

Bolgheri is considered to be one of Italy’s finest wine producers. Tourists come here not only to enjoy excellent wine with attractive local dishes but also hear about the stories of wine from the time of Etruscan civilization.

In addition, a special thing at Bolgheri is the three-mile road to the village with 2500 Cypress trees and the immense vineyards on either side. How wonderful it is to see the beautiful scenery of nature and enjoy the fascinating glass of wine!

Above are three of the most unique towns in Italy. If you have a chance, come visit them. Hope you will have a great experience!