7 Picturesque European Villages for Happy Snappers ...
European villages are places where rural traditions live a long history.
No matter how far into the future a country’s city have an eye on, it is in the villages where life moves at a sedate place, where everyone knows each other and where there’s an appreciation of the more simple things in life.
Usually full of ‘characters’, there’s a great spirit of community in European villages.
There’s probably also a good deal of smug satisfaction on the part of the villages thanks to knowing they live in such a beautiful photogenic place.
Many European villages boast a locale or setting worthy of a picture postcard.
Grab your camera because we’re going on a tour of 8 Picturesque European Villages for Happy Snappers.
1. Bibury, England
One of the great arbiters of British style – 19th century artist-designer-writer-home interiors doyen- described Bibury as the ‘most beautiful village in England’.
One of the most photographed European villages, the most popular site in Bibury is Arlington Row, a collection of Cotswold stone cottages built in the 14th century.
Other must sees are the Saxon church of St.
Mary, the bridge over the River Coln and the Trout Farm.