• Cities Islands
Each of us sometimes want to drop everything and go far away to some deserted island. However, what if the idea originated not only you, but just in a few thousand people, it will not be a desert island, and a real densely populated, but still historic island city, which is in Europe, it turns out, it is not so few.
Lindau - Lindau is located at the meeting point of the Austrian, German and Swiss borders in the eastern part of Lake Constance in Bavaria. On the mainland the village connected by a bridge and causeway, and live in it 3000 people. Medieval, fahtverkovy island city is the real attraction of Germany. Lindau symbol - the lion, which is what you will see when entering the town's harbor, and on the other side of the lighthouse, built in the 13th century. In addition, the city has several unique painted on the facades of buildings, and even water activities for children and adults simply do not count.
Isola dei Pescatori - Isola dei Pescatori, well, simply Fishers Island, is located in Italy. He lives here only 50 people, so you can fully enjoy the peace of the world. There is a circular quay and a street running along the entire island. Of course the main activity of the islanders, as they were centuries ago - is fishing, which is very popular with tourists, because they are fed fabulous fish dishes in the local taverns. The width of the island is only 100 meters, and a length of 375 meters. I love coming here couples to spend the most romantic date in the world.
Trogir - Trogir is one of the best preserved medieval cities not only in Croatia but also throughout Europe. A wide seaside promenade snake winds around the historic city. In Trogir, just a unique combination of Romanesque and Gothic architecture, but the main attraction is the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. Today, the central part of the city, with a large number of temples, palaces and towers, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. But citizens are busy many tourists, the construction of boats and ships, fishing and viticulture.
Nesebar - Nessebar has been 3000 years of history, and not only Bulgarian. It is a real jewel of the Black Sea 850 meters long and 300 meter wide. A narrow dam, 400 meters long and connects the city with the mainland. As they say the people themselves, are more churches than people. To the north of Nessebar begins the famous Sunny Beach. Already in 1983, due to the abundance of historic buildings, the city was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Today, 10,000 people live here.
Venice - Venice, perhaps the most famous island-city in the world. In fact, the Italian city lies on 117 islands connected by 455 bridges. Accordingly, by ground channels 150 flows. Today, Venice is slowly sinking into the Adriatic sea water, and it makes the Italian authorities to seek new methods to preserve the unique historical heritage. If you resolve this issue does not succeed, then Venice will become uninhabitable already in 2028. St. Mark's Square during the tides, as well as fall and winter becomes completely flooded. Once the city was the center of the Venetian Republic and the most important city of the Mediterranean. Well, today a great number of tourists in a hurry on the Bridge of Sighs, art galleries and churches, and numerous craft shops, and of course keep in mind for a lifetime ride on a gondola to the sounds of Italian music.