Underrated European Cities You Must Visit!

City breaks are definitely having their moment and if you're looking for a fresh take on the big names why not try these underrated cities that we think you'll love! 

Wroclaw, Poland

 Image: visitWroclaw.eu

Image: visitWroclaw.eu

Wroclaw is Poland's fourth largest city, located on the banks of the River Oder. Most famously known for its market square, which is one of the largest in Europe and lined with elegant town houses it really is beautiful! Top things to do in Wroclaw include Raclawice Panorama, a 360 degree painting of the 1794 battle, Wroclaw fountain which features synchronised water shows and Szczytnicki Park a beautiful Japanese garden. 

Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Dubrovnik is located in Southern Croatia and is best known for it's distinct old town and being the location for the King's Landing in Game of Thrones! Top things to do include walking the city walls, taking a cable car to Mt Srd to get a beautiful view of the city from above, or taking a ferry to Lokrum an island full of black ash, pines and olive trees.

Bologna, Italy

 Image: www.italyexplore.com

Image: www.italyexplore.com

A city in two halves, one being high tech and home to some of the nations finest restaurants and the other is more down to earth homing the worlds oldest university and 'graffiti-embellished' piazzas. It's no surprise that the world famous bolognese sauce was first concocted here and you may experience some of the best Italian cuisine on this planet. Top things to do here include Towers of Bologna, Piazza Maggiore and the Fountain of Neptune.

Tallinn, Estonia

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Image: www.lonelyplanet.com

Estonia's capital is situated on the North, pulling together Russian, Baltic and Scandi cultures Tallinn fuses together modern life with medieval history and the result is beautiful! Top things to do include watching the street performers in the Town Hall Square, visiting the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and experiencing the cities culture through many museums and if you fancy stopping off for a beer you can find a pint for just £0.48!