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Top 10 Sunset Spots In Europe

There is something magical about sunsets. It makes us quiet, stops our rushing minds, and brings us together. Watching an amazing sunset with your best friends or with your love is something you will always remember.  The following photos of the setting sun will fill your heart with awe and hopefully bring back some memories.

1. Santorini, Greece



Santorini is one of the most beautiful islands of the Aegean Sea in the Mediterranean. A romantic and magical place that will make you want to stay much longer than you planned, especially the small town of Oia.

2. Venice, Italy


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After a whole day wandering around the narrow streets and marble churches, don’t miss watching the sunset from a gondola or the Bridge of Sighs in Venice.

3. Lake Balaton, Hungary


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Enjoy the sunset with a glass of delicious dessert wine ‘Tokaji’ on the shore of Lake Balaton, the largest lake in Central Europe.

4. Istanbul, Turkey



Lean back and watch the sun setting behind the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, the fast-paced exotic metropolis.

5. Lofoten, Norway



During the summer months, the sun never sets in Northern Norway. It never rises during the winter months, but the amazing natural phenomenon Aurora Borealis is also a must-see.

6. Zermatt, Switzerland



The Matterhorn peak in the Swiss Alps is one of the most famous mountains on earth. One of the best views of this majestic giant is from a tiny village called Zermatt.

7. Ibiza, Spain


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8. Amsterdam, Holland


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The city’s world-famous canals provide the perfect spot for an unforgettable sunrise.

9. Isle of Sky, Scotland


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Experience the mythical and magical atmosphere on the most northerly large island of  Scottish Highlands, Isle of Skye.

10. Paris, France


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Paris is the most wished romantic destination for people all around the world.

4 thoughts on “Top 10 Sunset Spots In Europe”

  1. The sunset in Venice photo was taken from the Accademia bridge and not the Bridge of Sighs! The bridge of sighs connects the ducal palace to the old prisons and you can only see canals from it and it’a very, very small!


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