This lakeside town is located in upper Austria, and it is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During winter and summer the town offers plenty of activities for visitors. Hallstatt is considered one of the prettiest lakesides in the world, so it's definitely worh a visit.
This small town is filled with some of the world’s oldest architectural buildings. The village images are printed on the cover of UK passports, making it the most depicted village in the world.
The town is located in Alsace, and it blends the French and German architecture, culture and spirit into one truly amazing gem. Colmer is often revered as the capital of the Alsatian wine, so oenophiles should look no further for your next trip.
Ljubljana is technically a capital city rather than a small town, but it's impossible to ignore the whimsical charms in the city. As one of Europe's most understated capitals, Ljubljana exudes a charm and carefree air that just melts stress away.
The small town is a popular tourist destination in the beautiful country of Croatia. The town is rich in stones and the area surrounding Pucisca is famous for producing figs, olive-oil, and the rearing of goats and sheep.
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
This charming fairy tale town is located in the southern Bohemia region of the Czech Republic and is only a short trip from Prague. Its popular attractions include castles, castle theatres and museums. You'll swear that you stepped through a time machine!
This small glacial village in Greenland was formally known as Scoresbysund. Polar bear and whale watching are some of the most popular preoccupations in this village.
This historically Roman-built town with a population of 2,500 is built using curved stones. The town is located in Nevsehir province in central Anatolia.
I know it's not European, but you can't tell that from the picture! This town in the state of Washington is modeled along the lines of a Bavarian village. If you live in America and want to experience some European flair without buying a plane ticket, then Leavenworth is perfect for you.
The town is Malta’s main fishing village. Tourists love visiting the town’s large market that takes place on Sundays. For the true taste of Malta, look no further than Marsaxlokk.
This picturesque small fishing village is located in the island of Moskenesoya on the Lofoten archipelago in Nordland county of Norway. The crystal-clear waters and majestic mountains would make any tourist dream of moving there.
Odense is the third largest city in Denmark. The town has a population of about 170,000 people, and its famous landmarks include one of Denmark’s six ancient Viking castles.
This small commune is located on the French Riviera, close to Nice in southeastern France. Eze has a vibrant commercial sector, in addition to it's numerous hotels and art galleries.
This pretty town is made of numerous Lego-like houses. The city is sometimes referred to as the Venice of the north, the economic importance of Bruges is built around its port.
Manarola is one of Italy’s most charming small towns, it is located on the country’s northern coastal strip. Manarola is the second smallest of the world famous Cinque Terre towns.
Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
This small town and municipality is located on the southern part of Bosnia & Herzegovina. The main attraction in Mostar’s old town is the famous Stari Most bridge.
This city located in southern Germany; it straddles the Dreisam River which is located at the foot of Schlossberg. Freiburg is famously known for its medieval minster and university.