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Mousehole - Cornwall

This English village has retained much of its original character and charm, which is a rarity in the UK!

One of Cornwall’s most picturesque hamlets, Mousehole features a maze of narrow and winding lanes. Framing the endearing lanes are a collection of yellow-lichened houses, huddled together before the bustling harbour.

This tip of Cornwall has also become foodie heaven, with lobster, crab, mussels, and scallops caught in abundance and available to sample within the village’s eateries.

Bruges’ compact size and perfect prettiness can make it seem a little unreal, like a classic postcard come to life or perhaps a toy town, albeit infused with the scents of beer, frites and sweet crepes. The city is characterised by cobbled lanes, canals, medieval spires and looping bridges. Life centres around its squares: Burg, dominated by the 14th-century Gothic Town Hall, and Markt, home to one of the city’s most famous landmarks, the medieval Belfry (bell tower).

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik’s 13th-century old town looks more like an oversized sculpture than a city. From its apricot and honey-hued rooftops to its wide, marble roads, it’s almost too pretty to be true. Thick, beautifully preserved stone walls encompass this part with walkways that give clear views in every direction, from hillsides with hotels and houses to the Adriatic Sea, whose sapphire water is dotted with verdant islands.

York, North Yorkshire, England, UK

York has an impressive pedigree, having been founded way back in AD 71 by the Romans. Parts of the Roman city still exist, but the most eye-catching landmarks – from the Gothic York Minster to the imposing shell of York Castle – are medieval. At its heart is Stonegate, which is lined with independent shops and cafes – and has a Roman road running beneath it. The wonderfully named Shambles is another charming street, overhung by half-timbered houses dating back to the 14th century.


Broadway - Worcestershire

Often referred to as the jewel in the Cotswolds’ crown is Broadway, peacefully positioned at the base of the Worcestershire hills.

Its beautiful architecture, including honey-coloured stone cottages and chestnut tree-lined High Street, are reason alone to lure travellers to this English village.

Many famous faces have graced Broadway, including Oscar Wilde, William Morris and Edward Elgar, all drawing inspiration from the village’s sheer beauty!



Gexian Mountain Town - China

Saddell Bay - Scotland

Edensor is a village and civil parish in Derbyshire, England.

Haworth Bronte Country




Helmsley - North Yorkshire

Island Terceira, Portugal

The Luyang Lake Wetlands Park

This is a destination in China that is often described as an “emerald jewel lost on earth,” where every step is filled with beautiful scenery and a sight of greenery everywhere you look. The lake surface ripples with a shade of green resembling matcha, and the tall cypress forests weave a barrier of green, offering a truly unique experience for those who visit China. Boating on the lake, it feels as if you’ve wandered into a green fairy tale world, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers.

Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire

Dinant : a wonderful place in Belgium

Nice - France

Robin Hood’s Bay - North Yorkshire

With brooding cliffs towering over the tiny community, this is truly one of the most breath-taking villages in the UK on our list!

Perfectly positioned upon the Heritage Coast of the North York Moors, this is the perfect destination for a cosy getaway. Admire the unusual architecture and uncover the secrets of the smugglers who once ran the biggest trade in the UK here. Today, however, it promises to be a steadier pace of life.

As you wander the cobbled twisting streets and alleyways, you will discover charming cottages, quaint shops and cool cafés. Keen walkers and cyclists can also use the pretty English village to tour the more popular North Yorkshire trails, including The Coast to Coast, The Cleveland Way and The Cinder Track.


San Francisco

Buenos Aires - Argentina

Bergen - Norway

Polperro - Cornwall

With a wildly romantic and rocky shoreline, Polperro is one of England’s most beautiful villages.

Its narrow streets littered with ancient fishermen’s houses cling around the picture-postcard harbour, making it one of the prettiest villages in England

Walk in the footsteps of the notorious smugglers of the 18th century as you discover quirky shops and superb seafood restaurants. After admiring the winding streets take to the coastal footpath to uncover the dramatic rugged coastline. Here, you will also find a natural pool, where you can dip into the azure waters and enjoy a swim!

Cartagena - Colombia

Сан;кт- 55;ет077;рбург. (Saint Petersburg)

Labyrinthe de maïs de Cordes-sur-Ciel, France

Lower Slaughter - Cotswolds

Home to the beautiful River Eye and Copse Hill Road, which was voted the most romantic street in Britain, Lower Slaughter could not be missed from the prettiest villages in England list.

This sleepy English village is known for its limestone cottages and the Old Mill, which was recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Today, the mill is open to the public to view and even has a quaint café.

A visit to Lower Slaughter is like taking a step back in time. Look forward to admiring the ancient houses and the pretty rose flower gardens before wandering along the gently flowing river, bliss!

Annecy - France

Luang Prabang - Laos

Jaipur - India

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Edinburgh’s steep cobbled lanes, Neoclassical architecture and elegant gardens hint at its rich past. But there’s also a vibrancy and dynamism to Scotland’s capital that makes it more than an open-air museum. Its beauty is gallery-worthy, though, from the medieval old town and (relatively new) Georgian New Town to the crowning jewel (and home of the country’s Crown Jewels), hilltop Edinburgh Castle. The city unfurls, in all its honey-hued sandstone beauty, from Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh’s highest peak, and monument-topped Carlton Hill (pictured).

Kyoto - Japan

Chefchaouen - Morocco

Queenstown - New Zealand


Reykjavik, Iceland

From its clusters of colourful houses to the almost extraterrestrial drama of its famous Lutheran church, Hallgrimskirkja, Reykjavik is one of a kind. Most of the city is low-rise, making Mount Esja – often still dusted with snow well into the warmer months – an even more impressive and imposing presence across the water.

Cape Town - South Africa

Cartmel - Lake District

Nestled on the southern edge of the Lake District National Park is Cartmel, our third most beautiful village in England.

The village’s sticky toffee pudding shop and its 12th-century priory with stained glass windows and ancient choir stalls are reason enough to visit this delightful English village.

In more recent years, the village has gained a reputation for being a foodie haven. This is thanks to the collection of traditional Lakeland inns and the internationally acclaimed Michelin Star restaurant, L’Enclume. No wonder it’s considered to be one of the best villages in the UK.

Edinburgh and Leith

Drones have transformed landscape photography.
Presumably the tiny figure of the man standing on the high rock is the guy who is flying the drone. A selfie!

The palace at Knossos, Crete is worth a visit, but modern archeologists question whether Arthur Evans, the archeologist who restored the palace in the late 1920's, got the columns the wrong way up!
Looks similar to the Wye near Chepstow
Knossos Palace - Greece

Stanton - Cotswolds

With no signs of commercialisation, it is little wonder that Stanton made our list of the most beautiful villages in England.

Carved from honey-coloured Jurassic limestone, the idyllic main street has seen little change in the last 300 years. Its timeless character is clear in the clusters of ancient houses, built with steeply pitched gables and mullioned windows. It is sure to leave you with a lasting impression.

As you meander through the English village, uncover the 17th-century pub, The Mount. Here, you can savour the captivating views across the Vale of Evesham and the Welsh mountains beyond.



Porto, Portugal
Though Lisbon gets most of the attention, Portugal’s second city is uniquely beautiful and atmospheric, especially in its medieval Ribeira district. Here, centuries-old merchants’ and mariners’ homes line cobbled streets, seeming to crane their necks over each other to get a view of the Douro River. In fact, the whole town seems focused on the river, with its grand bridges – from the double-decker Ponte de Dom Luís I to the sleek, modern Ponte de Sao Joao – among the city’s most well-known sights.

Clovelly - North Devon

Clinging to a 400-foot cliff, with the only traffic coming from donkeys and sledges, this English village promises to be a unique visit! As you descend the famous cobbled street, be rewarded by the striking views of the glistening harbour, boasting a thriving fishing industry.

Afterwards, linger over a pint at the 400-year-old New Inn or visit the Quay Shop at the harbour for takeaway, as you soak up the ambience of the quay with boats bobbing at anchor.

Avid ramblers can enjoy the lengthy walks along the cliff tops, with the Hobby Drive path winding its way through woodland and offering breath-taking views of Clovelly harbour and Bideford Bay.

Rotherham Centre for Performing Arts

Moab, Utah, USA


Udaipur, India
Of all Rajasthan’s beautiful cities, Udaipur is perhaps the most heavenly. Known as the City of the Lakes, it looks almost as though it’s floating on the water, its lime-washed buildings light and dreamily delicate. Surrounded by sawtoothed peaks, this romantic city is a self-contained world full of palaces, forts and havelis (mansions built around courtyards). Its most iconic building is City Palace, Rajasthan’s largest royal complex, made up of 11 dazzling palaces overlooking Lake Pichola.



Norway Lake

Prague, Czech Republic

Architecture and natural beauty come together perfectly in Prague, particularly where the medieval stone arch of Charles Bridge spans the wide Vltava River. It’s been dubbed ‘the City of a Hundred Spires’, though it’s so chock-full of Gothic churches and towers that it surely must have more. One of the prettiest parts is the Old Town Square, with Baroque architecture and the intricate, animated Astronomical Clock.


South Korea

Galway, Ireland

County Galway regularly appears on lists of the most beautiful places in Ireland, so it’s no surprise that its capital city is a stunner too. The city’s ancient core is still in use, with Kirwan's Lane a fine example of the narrow medieval streets, all cobblestones and arches. The Claddagh, a fishing district with origins in the 5th century, lies to the west of the city with colourful fishermen’s cottages and glorious views across the water.



Bergen, Norway
Though it’s beautiful in every season, Bergen really comes into its own as the days grow shorter and the snow piles up. Its richly coloured houses cling to the mountainsides, seeming to huddle together against the cold, reflecting perfectly in the clear waters of the North Sea. The Floibanen funicular winds its way up to Mount Floyen for sweeping views of the city. Bergen may be known as the gateway to the fjords, but there’s plenty of beauty to be found within the city too.


Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Sydney positively sparkles with fresh, sleek beauty, from its green spaces and beaches to its incredible architecture. Life gravitates towards its natural waterway, Sydney Harbour, where the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House compete for attention. The neighbours are equally pretty, with cobbled shopping streets, Victorian arcades and a patchwork of parks. Topping it off are an embarrassment of beautiful beaches, from small coves around the sheltered harbour to iconic Bondi.

South Korea



Cochem / Germany (by Gregory Kom).

Teatro Romano - Cartagena, Murcia, ESPAÑA


Faroe Island

Coastal towns of Madeira / Portugal (by Mike Anthony)

Broadway, Cotswolds / UK (by Sofia Porzsolt).

Egirdir / Turkey (by fotozade).

Oulanka National Park / Finland (by Jukka Risikko).

just a remark

most of italian alps is german speaking ... given to italy... used to be austria

hence non perceived italian vibe of pizza and olive and vino

Spon End - Coventry

Amsterdam - Netherlands

Dubrovnik, Croatia


Colorado Springs

Seville - Spain

Lake Powell, Reservoir, USA

Ρέθυμν_9; ~ Rethymno, Crete

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