You’ll fall in love with Europe’s charming towns and villages

Hallstatt, Austria: Nestled beside a pristine lake and surrounded by the Dachstein Alps, Hallstatt is often considered one of the most beautiful lakeside villages in the world.

Cinque Terre, Italy: These five colorful fishing villages along the Italian Riviera are famous for their stunning cliffside views, hiking trails, and delicious seafood.

Colmar, France: Known as the "Little Venice" of France, Colmar boasts well-preserved medieval architecture and charming canals.

Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany: This well-preserved medieval town is famous for its half-timbered houses and enchanting atmosphere.

Santorini, Greece: While it's an island, the town of Oia on Santorini is renowned for its iconic blue-domed churches and breathtaking sunsets.

Portofino, Italy: A glamorous fishing village on the Italian Riviera known for its luxury yachts and colorful waterfront buildings.

Sintra, Portugal: Famous for its fairytale-like palaces and lush gardens, Sintra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Hall in Tirol, Austria: A small town near Innsbruck with a well-preserved historic center, Hall in Tirol is known for its medieval architecture and charming ambiance.