Slovenia is full of traditional towns which boast old cultural and architectural heritage. Built within medieval walls, around castles, on hills and river banks they charm every single visitor. The architecture of these towns is a mix of Italian and Austro-Hungarian features, combining stone and wood for an interesting final result.
Greeks, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, '700 and European nations birth...the Italian towns are an open-air book about urbanism and architecture. Every town has many layers and historical traces, that still live together in vibrant built environments.
The Croatian towns preserved ancient Roman artifacts, have been ruled by the Venetians, Austrians, Italians and Yugolslavians, and have seen many wars and struggles. The final result of the historic parts is a mix of styles and layouts, able to explain a strong part of the Europen evolution.
Pretty little medieval towns, with fortresses and castles, immediately recognizable skylines with sharp roofs and colored facades, wide windows of renassaince palaces...this is historic Austria!
Hungary is plenty of cutesy towns and villages dotted throughout the country. For one thing, much of their buildings have been well-maintained or reconstructed to resemble the sorts of structures that rural Hungarians will have lived in during the past centuries.
Slovakia cities are full of many original historical and medieval buildings. Many Slovakia cities have historical centers. Existence of many historically significant cities in Slovakia proves the fact that 18 Slovakia cities are historical reservations. Bardejov and Banska Stiavnica even belong to the national List of World Heritage Sites of UNESCO. Majority of historical reservations of Slovakia are situated in Spis region around mining towns. These towns has many touristically interesting places to see.
Dotted across the Czech countryside are dozens of towns and villages full of history, charm, beauty, and little insights into what all of Europe might have been pre-war time. Most of the buildings you’ll find are from the 17th century, when the cities were rebuilt after being damaged in the Thirty Years’ War. Some of them have Roman origins.