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You can also travel the world while you’re in Europe: eleven places that don’t seem to exist on the continent

You can also travel the world while you’re in Europe: eleven places that don’t seem to exist on the continent

There are plenty of natural wonders to be found here, from sparkling glaciers to sun-baked deserts.

From the glaciers and fjords of Norway to the Mediterranean coast, we can discover many previously unknown wonders in our wider country, and even a long flight doesn’t tax our time and wallet.

Komani Lake, Albania

You can even visit Thailand: you can sail between the rocks towering above the sparkling emerald waters on the ferry from Koman, passing through fjords, gorges and canyons for three and a half hours, and if you also want sandy beaches, head to the Albanian Riviera!

Phang Nga Bay

Haukadalur Valley, Iceland

Based on the photo, it would be hard to tell the difference between Haukadalur Valley in Iceland and the geothermal pools in Yellowstone National Park. Sparkling mud pools, powerful geysers and steaming geysers dominate this region of southern Iceland, part of the island’s golden circle of waterfalls, glaciers and lakes.

Great Prismatic Spring, Midway Geyser, Yellowstone

Azores Islands

Ancient craters, dormant volcanoes and sparkling blue lakes are reminiscent of Hawaii’s dramatic Na Pali Coast, where Jurassic Park was filmed. You can hike to the viewpoints at Lagoa de Santiago, relax on the black sand beach, and watch whales and dolphins in the sea.

Na bali

Krka National Park, Croatia

Vietnamese twin Ban Gioc can be found at the Skradinski Bok Waterfall, an ideal spot for sunbathing or exploring scenic lookouts of the surrounding forest, just a stone’s throw from Split.

Ban Jeok

Matterhorn, Switzerland

Surrounded by crystal clear lakes and green forest trails, the Swiss Alps rival any mountain range in the world, not to mention ski slopes, but summers around Zermatt are just as impressive.

Trollfjord, Norway

We can even hike in New Zealand’s Milford Sound among dense pine forests and thundering waterfalls. The Trollfjord, which has dramatic gorges for Arctic wildlife, whales, seals and dolphins, is only accessible by boat.

Bowen Falls, Milford Sounds

Las Salinas de Torrevieja, Spain

You can find pink lakes not only in countries as far away as Mexico and Australia, but also in Spain, where you can see flamingos in style.

Hot Lagoon, Australia

Menton, France

It could be the bright blue waters, palm trees and colorful houses of the Caribbean island of Curacao. Although the weather is not yet hot, golden beaches, Mediterranean cuisine and Baroque architecture set the mood.

Bonda, Curacao

Pamukkale, Türkiye

It would be hard to compare the place, where neon blue thermal waters gently cascade from white limestone terraces, perhaps only in China’s Huanglong National Park.

Huanglong

Dolomites, Italy

The European counterpart of the Rocky Mountains can be a source of pride for Italians, where we can find a rich selection of programs not only in winter but also in summer, complemented by a few slices of pizza and a few sips of local wine.

Rocky mountain

Tabernas Desert, Spain

Europe may not have its own Hollywood or Palm Springs like California, but Spain’s Tabernas Desert can easily compete with Joshua Tree National Park. Located in the Spanish province of Almeria, this location has often served as a setting for Western films.

Joshua Tree National Park

Europe hides many wonderful islands that are also worth seeing, but you can also find gems among hidden villages.

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