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Colmar, France Considered one of the most beautiful and fairytale-esque towns in Europe. (I really really want to go to France!) It is so colorful and lively!

Village. Space. Pretty sure that's V's bookshop nestled in there...

Photograph Port Isaac , Cornwall England at dusk by Scott Keegan

Village. But more ON the hill, rather than coming down it.

Robin Hood’s Bay, England. Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village and a bay located within the North York Moors National Park, five miles south of Whitby and 15 miles north of Scarborough on the coast of North Yorkshire, England.

Village. Nice lower section, be good without the divide.

Gate to Port Isaac, Cornwall, England (Ian Lewis Photography

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10 of the most beautiful places to vist in Germany

My favorite city in Germany: Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Village. No harbour walls though. Love the view and layout/spread.

Mousehole in Cornwall is a very attractive tourist destination. For domestic/inbound/outbound tourists.

Wilderness. Moorland heather.

Moorland heather at Roseberry Topping in North Yorkshire, England - John Robinson Photography

Village. White buildings with those roofs. That's all.

Having driven around this lovely village I can confirm first hand that a Bongo fits.

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England Travel Inspiration - The unique, beautiful and must see village of Clovelly in Devon, England

Village. Good size. And the green hills rising gently behind.

Port Isaac in Cornwall, UK location for the tv series Doc Martin. I want to visit next time I'm in the UK

Village. Pwetty streets.

Typical alley in Eguisheim in the Haut-Rhin département of Alsace, France, largely devoted to producing Alsace wine of high quality.

Village. Too fancy? Or the right amount of Glamour?

Blue Pueblo Medieval Village, Limburg, Germany photo via anastasia

Tuscany

This is actually Rioveggio in Italy but it might as well be England and since I know that theres a number of you having beautiful, lazy Autumn days off today heres a lovely place for you to picture yourself right now. (by chiara lana)