Out of all the continents, Europe takes the place of the land of dreams. Every person dreams of going to Europe and exploring its beautiful cities with their loved ones. European countries are the ones that hold one of the best scenic tourist spots in the entire world. Europe is the destination for solo travellers, explorers, and honeymoon couples across the world. Apart from the scenic and romantic places like Paris, Europe has the best-walled cities which are well preserved from the medieval age that captivates the eyes of tourists to this day. Let’s go on a trip to a fairy tale land where you can see castles and their ruins in each preserved city.
When asked about Europe, almost every person thinks about the city of Paris in France. It is one of the most popular and romantic cities in Europe. Carcassonne is the city that holds the oldest walls built in the 6th, 7th, and 8th centuries and is still well preserved. The city is the landscape of the romantic castle ruins which will take us back to the age-old eras.
The architecture of Rhodes is spectacular and its streets are wonderful to wander through. The city of Rhodes has walls surrounded by 7 gates and a moat which is now filled with a beautiful garden. The Knights of Saint John also wandered in these streets in 1309.
Avila is the highest town in Spain and its walls are well preserved from the 11th century when they were built in. The medieval walls of Avila are certainly one of the best attractions in Spain with over 2.5 kilometres in length and around 40 feet in height.
The walls and forts of Lucca are remarkable as the paths are covered with a beautiful lawn and garden through which you can walk or cycle around them. It has a peaceful vibe as vehicular traffic is also restricted on this premises.
Girona was founded by the Romans. The walls of Girona were destroyed in the 19th century and have been reconstructed to some extent. Girona is the hub where Christians, Jews, and Arabs met making it an interesting city to visit. This place also has the filming location where the most popular series, Game of Thrones was filmed.
Dubrovnik has the most scenic walls located along the Adriatic Sea. These walls were built in the 13th century and Dubrovnik is known as the Pearl of the Adriatic Sea due to the scenic walls. The walls here depict the Rome Colosseum with an uninterrupted run of 6365 feet in length and 25 meters in height. The walls are so perfectly retained that Dubrovnik has been included in the World Heritage List from UNESCO since 1979.
The trip to the top best-preserved wall cities of Europe has come to an end and now, it is time for you to pack your bags and plan to visit these extravagant walls.