Staff, 2022-11-08 10:40:05,
(CNN) — Sure, there’s plenty of joy to be found sipping espresso outside a Parisian cafe or eating tapas in the heart of Barcelona.
But Europe is also full of so many wonderful, underrated places. Whether you want to visit historic, overlooked cities or wild mountain ranges where few tourists tread, these 21 underrated European destinations are bound to induce a serious bout of wanderlust.
It’s said that Norwich has a pub for every day of the year and a church for every Sunday. Its cathedral, dating to 1096, is certainly one of the most spectacular in England, with peregrine falcons nesting on its sky-high spire. The Adam and Eve pub, just next door, first started serving ale in 1249.
From its looming castle to St. Andrew’s and Blackfriars’ Halls (a 14th-century religious complex including a friary church and convent), the city center’s medieval architecture lends the place a truly magical atmosphere.
Throw in first-rate culture, thanks to the University of East Anglia and award-winning independent Arts Center, and you’ve got a city that it would be a crime to miss when visiting the United Kingdom.
North Uist, Scotland
The beach at Baleloch on North Uist is among the island’s natural attractions. There’s ancient history, too.
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It takes a while to reach the wild expanse of North Uist in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides islands, one hour and 45 minutes by ferry from the Isle of Skye, to be precise. But it’s definitely worth the effort.
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