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  1. I love this post! So many great ideas on hidden gems to check out in Europe. I love the big “popular” cities, but I aaalways love the more off the beaten path cities a tad more. Less expensive, less crowded, less touristy – its a win-win-win for me too 🙂 Can’t wait to travel again, hopefully I’ll get to visit Sighisoara in Romania this year!

  2. Inspired to add Zagreb back to my bucket list. Love this post, can’t wait to read more!

  3. Hi Melissa :). Awesome idea this post !!! It is great to have some idea to get out of the crowded Venice or London ;)! We visited Bologna last year and it is true that the food there is delicious ! Toulouse is also a very cool city with a lively vibe.

  4. I’ve heard of some of these places before but I haven’t been to any of them yet 🙁 Now I don’t know which one I should visit next I want to visit them all!

  5. Oh my gosh, you are really fueling my wanderlust while I’m sitting here reading your post. Croatia has been at the top of my list for a while. I’d of course love to visit Dubrovnik because of all the Game of Thrones sites, but it’s nice to know that there are areas like Zagreb that are a lot more less-visited. It really does look gorgeous there.

  6. Your photos are giving me MAJOR wanderlust – I can’t believe how dreamy these cities are – and I will admit that Romania surprised me! I have to get to all of these places! Seriously considering buying a 1 way ticket to Europe after all this hahaha!!!

  7. My sister loved loved Granada! I have been thinking about Romania and now I’m sold! Thank you for the wonderful list!

  8. All of these spots are gorgeous! Haven’t been to any of these cities yet, but they are all on my list! Finding areas like this that haven’t been over run by tourism is so great.

  9. I love the colorful buildings in your photo of Romania. All of these “hidden gems” seem like such amazing places to visit. I feel like lesser-known cities are a great way to really immerse yourself in the local culture and I hope to be able to see these places one day. Keep sharing these hidden gems, I would love to see more!

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