7 places in Europe that have not yet mastered the crowd

The Old World is full of beautiful places. Some of them, unfortunately, lose their charm, as huge crowds thronged with tourists. Therefore, this time we present to you the less known and not always found in the guidebooks about places to visit, without the risk of being in a large noisy crowd.

Skopje, Macedonia.

7 places in Europe that have not yet mastered the crowd

In the capital of Macedonia, located in the valley of the Vardar River, strongly felt the impact of the Turkish style. Those who want to escape from the city, can go along a scenic mountain road to Lake Ohrid. Being one of the most beautiful places in Europe, it is the oldest lake in the Old World and the deepest in the Balkans. Part of it is situated in Macedonia, in part - in Albania.

Calanques National Park, France.

7 places in Europe that have not yet mastered the crowd

This is truly a paradise on the Mediterranean coast enthralls everyone. Most recently, he was declared a national park. The term Calanques is a geological formation, typical of southern France. Cliffs of the local coast called "Mediterranean fjords."

North Iceland.

7 places in Europe that have not yet mastered the crowd

North Iceland - it's hot springs, active volcanoes and amazing national parks. In areas Hsavk excursion vessels wishing to take flights, during which you can admire the whales. The varied coastline reminiscent of Norwegian fjords and the mountainous landscape is ideal for photo enthusiasts.

Skadar Lake, Montenegro.

7 places in Europe that have not yet mastered the crowd

Montenegro, and, in particular, the Adriatic Riviera, is gaining popularity. One of the ways to get here, can be called a trip on your own car. Among the biggest attractions of Montenegro - Skadar Lake, which is located on the border with Albania. It is the largest in area in the Balkan Peninsula and its islands you can admire the historic monasteries.

Belgrade, Serbia.

7 places in Europe that have not yet mastered the crowd

Belgrade is gaining popularity because here you can get a variety of cheap flights from different countries. The capital of Serbia is one of the oldest cities in Europe and its long and turbulent history dating back over 7,000 years.

Events of the recent past also did not spare the city. As a result of the NATO bombing in 1999, the bridges over the Danube were destroyed, government buildings and local TV. However, even if this city never fall into the list of the most beautiful, it does not mean that it is not worth a visit. Like any European capital, it teems with life 24 hours a day.

Alentejo, Portugal.

7 places in Europe that have not yet mastered the crowd

Alentejo, which literally means Land Tahoe - a Portuguese province, which covers about a third of the country's area. It is between the Algarve, Lisbon and the Spanish border. On its territory there are many picturesque villages, beautiful beaches and fields covered with vineyards. About alluring beauty of the region and says integrity of its stunning natural environment.

Saaremaa, Estonia.

7 places in Europe that have not yet mastered the crowd

Saaremaa is Estonia's largest island. Covered with dense pine forests, with old windmills, a lighthouse and a small village, it looks like the picture on the card. In the old Soviet times there was a closed military base. Now there were only windmills and nature. Holidays on the island is ideal for those people who do not like crowds. The beaches here stretch for many kilometers and is usually pretty empty.