Top 3 Most Visited Small Countries in Europe

Rome

Believe it or not but there is no other continent like Europe in the whole world. With its breathtaking natural scenery and its fabulous monuments, Europe is perhaps one of the most diverse places in the world. From its wild elegance to its amazing features, its countries combine a variety of landscapes and cultures that are as amazing as its past. When you visit Europe, it’s so tempting to go to every single city in this diverse continent. From standing on top of Eiffel tower to skiing down the Alps, there is every reason why you should indulge in this continent. With such as crush of cultures and languages, Europe has always held some charm for its visitors hence its hard to decide on where to start. Here are the top 3 most visited small countries in Europe.

1. Vatican

With a population of only 900, the Vatican is actually the smallest in the world. Since the 14th century, it has been where the pope stays hence the spiritual headquarter of the Catholics. Apart from the Catholics who stay there, many tourists are normally attracted to this place to see the Vatican museum, Saint Peter’s Square plus the Sistine Chapel.Technically speaking, it’s not a country but rather a sovereign city ruled by any pope who is currently in office. By both area and population, it’s the tiniest country in the world. It’s, therefore, definitely a must see place when visiting Rome. It’s one place that you will definitely love.

2. Croatia

From the gorgeous beaches to the ancient walled towns, Croatia is a country that's sparkling with blue waters. As a land of great natural beauty and amazing cultural heritage, there is nothing that you can’t find in this place. Although it’s small in size, this European country is known for its national parks parked with striking waterfalls and historic sites. Some its two breathtaking places are the unique Kornati archipelago and Plitvice lakes. More so, its main cities Split and Dubrovnik is always overflowing with architectural splendor and cultural treasures. While visiting this place, you should not miss its majestic Diocletian’s place in the heart the ancient city. With the Croatia real estate being stable, you can easily buy land or house and settle. However, as a visitor, there are some guidelines that you must follow.

3. Montenegro

While Montenegro is a very small country it packs a lot of features into its small area thereby making it one of the best places to visit. Its Adriatic coast is filled with deserted coves, fishing villages, beaches and increasingly visited resorts. Its mountainous interiors are also amazing and covered with lakes, rivers, ancient forests, snowy peaks offering some of the best places for skiing. While visiting this place, you should not be fooled by its name The Black Mountain. This is because this small country is not a monochrome. For some time now, it has become a firm favorite among holidaymakers who flock it for its sandy beaches and sunny climates.

Well, those are the top 3 place countries to visit in Europe. Although there are many other more small countries, these are some of the best. By visiting them, you will have the most captivating, passionate, and beautiful counties in Europe that will stay in your memory for years. Visiting these 3 countries should be a no-brainer and should be experienced and enjoyed by any person who likes traveling because all three of these countries are different and unique in its own way and provide you with so much to explore and experience. Try traveling to these countries and you will see everything I am talking about here, it will not be a mistake, I promise you!

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