Bath is a historic Roman and Georgian city and it is mostly famous for its built baths. In my personal opinion, Bath is one of the most beautiful places you could visit in England as it has outstanding old architecture and this can easily be highlighted from the superb buildings where we can observe every single detail and even travel back in time while you are standing there surrounded by everything this historic city presents.
2 Annecy, France
Annecy is an alpine town in France and it is mostly known for its old town (Vielle Ville), which looks like it is out of a storybook due to its pastel-coloured houses and small streets. This town gives out a romantic vibe just as you start walking around it and you feel like you are walking around in a film set, but it is actually all-natural. The mountains around also add to the story vibe and if you are thinking about visiting Annecy, you should definitely consider doing it in spring time as everything is blooming, and the town is as colourful as ever.
3 Giethoorn, The Netherlands
Giethoorn is the best place you could visit if you ever wondered about simple Dutch towns, far away from the crowds from places like Amsterdam or Rotterdam. It has no roads, but it is connected by canals and the people that live there use punters to get around. It is just one of the places that genuinely want to make you sit down on the grass leaning with your back against a tree, get out your favourite book out and read for hours and hours in nature.
4 Bruges, Belgium
Bruges is one, and if not, the best place to go to if you want to visit Belgium. This is mostly because it is not as big as Brussels but it is similar, and alongside that it is very intimate and just as beautiful. The best time to visit Bruges, in my opinion, is around Christmas time as the place looks absolutely magical and it leaves you speechless with its beauty.
5 Brasov, Romania
Brasov is a city in the Transylvanian region of Romania and it is surrounded by mountains all around it. It contains a lot of gothic architecture, the main attraction is the Black Church, but the town square contrasts the gothic vibe with many colourful old buildings which gives the city a more extravagant look, as you can explore 2 different parts of Romania in 1 place. It contains lots of history and it is a must-go for every travelling lover.