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Top 25 Peace and Tranquility Tourist Paradises

If you like peace and solitude, you are unlikely to choose a metropolis, going on vacation. Especially when there are such places where nature and people’s lives seem to be a continuation of each other, where the city seemed to be imprinted in the majestic scenery and is perceived as a part of it. They are so harmonious that I want right now to exchange our frantic pace of life in the tranquility of one of them. We have compiled a list of 25 cities, which appear in every introvert would have dreamed.

Pucisca, Croatia
Pucisca – a small village with a harbor on the northern coast of the island of Brac. Its name came from the Latin word puteus – «Well”, which refers to local sources of brackish water  for livestock.

Ericeira, Portugal
Small Portuguese town of Ericeira, with a population of less than 10,000 people, located 35 km north-west of the capital Lisbon. Now he is famous for its sandy beaches and is one of the famous centers of surfing in Europe.

Eze, France
Eze – a medieval village that hangs like an eagle’s nest, on the peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. Location on top of a cliff at an altitude of 427 meters above sea level offering a breathtaking panorama.

Shishilyan, France
Gorgeous mountain Mont Aiguille 2000 meters dominates the French community Shishilyan, where only about 200 people.

Byron Bay, Australia
Small Australian resort town of Byron Bay – paradise, offering stunning panorama of sunrise and sunset, just need to not be lazy, get up early, and such “victim” will be rewarded.

Amed, Kurdistan
Amed – small colorful village located on top of a hill in the Iraqi province of Dohuk. At length Amed takes 1000 meters and a maximum width – 500 meters, while being 1400 meters above sea level.

Morro de Sao Paulo, Brazil
Morro de Sao Paulo – one of the quietest island cities in the world. The only way to the island – by boat or small engine planes that run regularly from El Salvador.

Pucon, Chile
Far beyond his country gained fame Pucon “active tourism capital of Chile.” Its popularity in the world of travel, this small town has acquired through the lake, volcano and a wide variety of outdoor activities that you can imagine.

Shirakawa-go, Japan
Shirakawa-go – a small traditional village, famous for its peaked roofs, adapted to withstand heavy snowfall.

Hidden mountain village – Jiuzhaigou, China
Not much is known about these villages scattered throughout China, and once served as a stronghold for the military.

Queenstown, New Zealand
Queenstown is located in the southwestern part of New Zealand’s South Island. Located on the shore of the bay Queenstown small glacial lakes Wakatipu. city

Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland
Vestmannaeyjar – a small archipelago south of Iceland with a population of about 4,000 people. The exact date is unknown islands, but it is assumed that the archipelago was discovered by the Vikings and Irish sailors together with Iceland.

Leavenworth, Washington, USA
This American town looks like it was transported here straight from Central Europe. It is designed on the model of the Bavarian village – this is done mainly to attract tourists.

Tenbi, Wales
With the Welsh name of the city translates roughly as “a small fortress of fish.” This naturally protected town with access to the Irish Sea and the Atlantic Ocean was laid in 900 AD.

Goreme, Turkey (Underground City)
Now Goreme – this open-air museum. With VI. until the end of the IX. Goreme was one of the largest Christian centers, and its surroundings were more than 400 churches.

Annecy, France
Annecy is probably even more picturesque than the French Alps surrounding it. Built around the castle of the XIV century, the city is divided by small canals and streams that flow into the beautiful blue Lake Annecy.

Bibury, United Kingdom
Bibury is often called the most beautiful city in England, and not in vain. It was first mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086, and since then the town seemed frozen in time

Manarola, Italy
Manarola – small fishing town in Liguria, northern Italy. Rainbow colored houses situated on a cliff overhanging the wild coastline of the Ligurian Sea. City church dates from 1338 year, making Manarola one of the oldest cities in the region.

Bled, Slovenia
Nestled picturesque mountains, Bled was first mentioned in 1004. He seemed so beautiful Holy Roman Emperor, which was presented as the greatest rewards Bishop of Brixen.

Camden, Maine, USA
Earlier, the Indian population was colonized by the British Camden in the 70 years of the XVIII century. During the Civil War he served as a kind of “point of negotiations” Americans.

Colmar, France
Colmar – one of the most beautiful cities in Alsace. Old streets and pavements, in the style of half-timbered houses, ancient stone buildings – all this creates a lasting impression.

Gasadalur, Faroe Islands
A mysterious chain of the Faroes to the north of Scotland is hardly known to a wide range of tourists. Over the years, the island with their cliffs remained remote.

Reine, Norway
Rhine – a picturesque fishing village on the Arctic peninsula Moskenes. It is home to only 329 people, but this place is rightly considered the most beautiful village in the whole of Norway.

Settlement in the Himalayas, Tibet
This is one of those lost in the Himalayas villages that were built to serve the needs of the numerous monasteries. You can get there by foot or by horse.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany
Garmisch-Partenkirchen – a charming town on the highest mountain in Germany, the Zugspitze.

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