Europe, the heart of human civilization, has thousands of places worth writing about.
Within the heart of Salamanca lies Spain’s oldest university dating back to 1134.
Located an hour north of Portugal’s capital city of Lisbon is the medieval village of Óbidos. Wander the cobblestone streets, admire the colorful doorways, explore a medieval castle, and walk along the city’s precarious fortified walls.
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
Resembling an enchanted village straight out of a fairytale, complete with winding cobblestone streets and colorful half-timbered buildings,
Looking for another medieval town where you can walk the beautifully preserved city walls? In York, you’ll find the world’s largest railway museum, the oldest shopping street in Europe and the second-largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe.
This picturesque village is said to be the oldest still-inhabited in Europe.
San Gimignano, Italy
San Gimignano is a medieval town located in the region of Tuscany town.
The pedestrian-only town center of Ghent is renowned for its medieval architecture, including the 12th-century Gravensteen Castle.
Cinque Terre, Italy