Published on : Friday, January 14, 2022
Most European cities aim at preserving their buildings that play a big part in determining their position in world history.
Whether you are planning a mini-break or are simply indulging in a scroll to inspire your own domestic dreams, these are the cities worth a close look.
It may come as no surprise that Paris tops the list. The French capital has stolen the hearts of many people searching for properties or interior inspiration in the City of Love.
The German capital of Berlin, is described as a “chilled” version of London. The capital is famed for its eclectic style, which means that homes vary considerably in different areas.
The Dutch capital of Amsterdam is famed for its canal houses and charming fronted buildings, it also features cutting-edge modern architecture.
The city’s contemporary style is found in homes across the capital, which has captured the attention of hundreds of people.
The Cycladic architecture allows homes to benefit from natural light and reduces sun absorption, whilst also maintaining their beautiful exteriors.
Striking blue and white exteriors punctuated rusted with pretty flowers and bright doorways, makes wandering around Mykonos a treat.
On the Swedish Island of Gotland, Visby places as the city with the fifth most beautiful homes.
The romance and allure draw most people into the Italian city of Venice, with properties in the capital being no exception to this.
Known for its honey-coloured 17th-century stone cottages, this typical Cotswolds village is full of beautiful, quaint British architecture.
In a city filled with 15th-century architectural monuments, Ghent houses are considered some of the most aesthetic in the world.