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6 Little Known European Cities – I’m Going to the Window I’m Going to the Window

Are you looking for a new and cheaper destination to get away from popular places like London, Paris, Rome? I have here a list of beautiful places that are not part of the traditional itineraries. Here I have 6 cities in Europe that have not yet been discovered by Brazilian tourists.


6 little-known European cities


poznan, poland

poznan, poland

When I think of Poland, the first city that comes to mind is Krakow, so much so that it was the first city I put on the roadmap in Poland. But just as Brazil is not just Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Poland is not just Krakow and Warsaw.

In the center west of the country is Poznan, which hosts the International Theater Festival every year, as well as a great natural area for hiking and sports. Poznan also has good options for shops and cafes.

I went and loved it, I recommend putting Poznan in your script, as well as Wroclaw, another Polish city that I loved.


Trieste, Italy


Trieste, Italy

Trieste, Italy

If you look for this city on the map, you will see that it is practically surrounded by Slovenia, on the Adriatic Coast and close to Croatia. What does that mean? That Trieste has a unique history of interconnected nationalities and cultures. There is the Castello di Miramare, neo-Gothic home of Archduke Maximilian of Austria.


Jersey, United Kingdom


Isle of Jersey, UK

Isle of Jersey, UK

Despite belonging to the United Kingdom, the island of Jersey is close to France, on the coast of Normandy. The place is better known as a small tax haven than a tourist spot. Jersey has good attractions and easy access from London, worth a visit to Mont Orgueih, one of the oldest castles in England and the Jersey War Tunnels, a relic of the German occupation during World War II.


Carcassonne, France


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Carcassonne, France

France has a huge list of cities to visit besides Paris. From north to south, the country is full of incredible places like Nice, Montpelier, Strasbourg, Marseille, Lyon and also the little-known Carcassonne. A fortified city in the south, a wonderful historical monument with some of its inner walls dating back to the Roman era. The citadel is home to the Château Comtal, which dates back to the 12th century, along with its 31 towers.


cadiz, spain


cadiz, spain

cadiz, spain

Cádiz is not even that unknown, but it is far from the itinerary of Brazilians who always include Madrid and Barcelona in their travel itineraries to Spain. The city is located on the southwest coast of the country and is part of the province of Andalucía. The beautiful Cathedral of Cádiz is one of the best-known monuments in the region, but the 18th-century Torre Tavira is perhaps an even better choice for anyone looking to see jaw-dropping architecture.


Leipzig, Germany


Leipzig, Germany

Leipzig, Germany

Between Berlin and Nuremberg, there is a little corner unknown to Brazilians, the city of Leipzig. The city hosts the annual Bach Festival, which celebrates the work of Johann Sebastian Bach, who died in 1750 in Leipzig. The city also hosts an international ballooning festival, as well as being home to the oldest botanical garden in the country.








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