Europe, the heart of human civilization, has thousands of places worth writing about. But then, who would take the time to read about all of them?
Edinburgh is the Scottish capital since the 15th century and claimed to be a beautiful travel destination with all its medieval remains.
Eze is also a medieval town located in the country of France. Its beauty derives not only from its wonderful medieval architecture but also from its location; it is built in the Alps.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany
Rothenburg located in the Franconia region, a part of Bavaria in Germany. Its name means in German “Red fortress above the Tauber” due to the town’s position.
Mont Saint Michel
Mont Saint Michel is a tiny town, located in France. More specifically this it is situated at the north coastline of the country providing fantastic views to its visitors.
Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is considered to be a very beloved travel destination because it combines both reasonable prices and great tourist attraction. In the past was also very popular, as it was a cultural, political, and economic European center.
Siena is considered to be a Gothic city that had made its appearance on the 12th century. It was built on 3 hills, connected by 3 streets in the form of “Y” letter.
San Gimignano, Italy
San Gimignano is a medieval town located in the region of Tuscany town and was a relay point for pilgrims in the past.
Carcassonne is a typical example of a medieval town, as it was built having with massive defenses circling its surrounding buildings and its castle.
York is also a very good example of a town that was built in the medieval ages, as the town is walled and located where the rivers Ouse and Foss meet.