7 places for visit in Europe that you must visit

Every city in Europe (and in all the world) has its own "brand", which has already become familiar from souveniers: magnets, postcards and photographs of travelers. I will write about places to visit that are not as popular as BigBen, the Eiffel Tower and the Brandenburg Gate, but no less interesting and worthy of attention.

Tips for travelers

1. Botanical Garden in Gothenburg, Sweden. Gothenburg is the second largest city after Stockholm, Sweden, where the Botanical Garden spreads its stunning magnificence. It occupies over 400 acres and includes a herb garden, vegetable garden, lush verdant landing. The Japanese glade is the largest in Northern Europe rocky park (is something like a rock garden), and the collection of wild rhododendrons, the greenhouse where the plants that are too soft for a landing in the open ground are placed. For example, more than 1,600 species of orchids grow in buildings with four different climates and bloom in March-April and September-October.

Botanical Garden in Gothenburg, Sweden

2. Fortress Šomoška (Shomoshka) in southern Slovakia. There is the majestic Fiľakovo Gothic castle-fortress that was built of basalt blocks is situated on the border with Hungary, near the town. An impressive geological formation - the decaying layers of basalt, forming a fantastic "Rock Falls" - is at the foot of the fortress on an area of ​​almost 8 hectares.

Fortress Šomoška

3. Provence, southern France. One of the most beautiful regions of France. There are three main reasons for the visit: perfumes, to view endless lavender fields and the Avignon Theater Festival.

Provence, France

4. Bran Castle in Transylvania, Romania. All fans of "vampire culture" definitely need to visit the legendary Transylvania, namely, Bran Castle - the monastery of Count Vlad Tepes (Dracula). It's situated in the picturesque village of Castle Bran, 30 km from Brasov.

Bran Castle in Transylvania, Romania

5. Castle Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, Germany. The masterpiece of the inspired designer (King Louis II) Castle Neuschwanstein (New Swan Rock) is situated near the Austrian border. It was an idea of a sketch the famous fairytale castle that became the symbol of Disney.

Castle Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, Germany

6. Dòbra - the river in Asturias, Spain. The river known for its unusual emerald color will impress the amateurs the nature's beauties.

Dobra - the river in Asturias, Spain

7. Shopping in Roermond, the Netherlands. Visit the city of Roermond, famous for its Designer Outlet-Markt, will give not only an opportunity to update your wardrobe for little money, but also will charm you with typical for the country cozy streets and old houses.

Designer Outlet-Markt, Roermond, Netherland

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