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Major European destinations attract tourists like a magnet. But you can find amazing places in destinations less populated with tourists. Here are four such destinations which you must visit at least once in life.
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Hallstatt, Austria | Credits: Kevin Poh via Flickr

It is the second town in size, of Portugal, but is often ignored in favor of Lisbon. Make a compromise and buy a ticket to Porto and plan to visit the Mercado do Bolhao, a fascinating indoor market, where you can buy anything you want.
Porto, Portugal | Credits: Mariano Mantel via Flickr
Then walk along river Douro, visit Sao Francisco cathedral, museums and art galleries. Finally bet not least, you cannot fulfill your visit without wine-tasting the well-known Porto wine, which is produced in Ferreira wine cellars.

Located in southwestern Slovenia, Piran is a city that will leave you speechless. The narrow streets and Gothic alleys will spur you to a long walk.

It is a city rich in historical and architectural monuments, which will prompt you to come back every time you get a chance, although it is a small town that you can visit in a few days.

Piran, Slovenia - bucket list destination
Piran, Slovenia | Credits: Bernd Thaller via Flickr

Piran is a little town (about 4000 inhabitants) with a medieval flair. It is situated on a peninsula of the Adriatic sea in the Slovenian part of Istria. It has a long history dating back to the pre-Roman era. Until the first world war it belonged to the Austro-Hungarian empire.

This is the view from the old town walls. To the right we see St. George's Parish Church, built in the style of Venetian Renaissance and finished in 1614 CE.

The oldest city of this country, it has won the name “pearl of Austria”. It is a picturesque town, perfect for fascinating walks.

You can visit numerous salt mines, historical monuments and museums. Do not hesitate to try local dishes.

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Hallstatt, Austria | Credits: Kevin Poh via Flickr
It is one of the largest resorts on the peninsula of Istria, Croatia. Visit the famous port of the city, where you can buy fresh fish brought offshore in the first hours of the morning. If you get here you must visit the Brijuni National Park, where you can admire the remains of the Byzantine Palace.
Rovinj, Croatia
Rovinj, Croatia | Credits: Florian Hirzinger via Wikimedia Commons