Last Updated on January 7, 2021
Once the vacation season comes, most people book flight tickets to Paris, Amsterdam, and Venice. As travelers, we need to understand that regardless of how gorgeous, unique, and incredible some destinations are, we can’t keep wearing each other out.
Europe is going through a struggle of handling tons of tourists only at a few specific spots, and if the continent was able to speak, it will be screaming out loud names of its other locations that are way too beautiful and perfect than we could ever imagine.
There are many destinations that are still emerging, which give us the chances to see their natural coats, locals, and their unmasked beauty.
If you are a travel enthusiast who is always starving for exciting new destinations, but the crowded streets stress you out, then here are 10 European destinations you need to visit for a crowd-free vacation. You will be able to explore all of their hidden beauty with no tourists pushing you everywhere.
Vipava Valley – Slovenia
You can still book a flight to Venice, but once you get there, you have to take a two hours drive that will lead you to Vipava Valley. The latter is the paradise for all the adventurous travelers due to the amazing activities they can do in the center of the beautiful wildness.
Vipava Valley is considered as one of the best destinations of Europe, and it is now the perfect time to explore it since the crowds haven’t found the way to it just yet. You can rent a car and go around the countryside to enjoy the breathtaking sites. You have the option to stay in a hotel, camp or farm-stays for a better experience.
The Great Southwest Peninsula of England
In order to hide away from the big cities and their stress, you can drive for two hours south London, or just hop on a train that will take you to an English hidden corner that is known with the southwest peninsula. This region is made up of Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, the isles of Scilly, and Somerset.