The Most Beautiful UNESCO National Parks In Europe

The Plitvice Lakes (Croatia)

Lika-Senj County hosts Plitvice Lakes National Park. Due to millions of years of Korana River water flow, travertine dams formed naturally.

Saxon Switzerland National Park

It is located in the east of Germany, with part of it flowing into the Czech Republic. In the park, you will find forests, narrow and deep gorges, rock formations, and table mountains.

The Dolomites (Italy)

With its enchanting lakes, mountains, rocky peaks, and glaciers, it is not surprising that the Dolomites have made it onto the World Heritage List.

The Naeroyfjord (Norway)

The Naeroyfjord is one of the most beautiful fjords in Norway. It is still relatively unknown and, together with the Geirangerfjord, it is on the World Heritage List.

Höga Kusten (Sweden)

The 'High Coast' of Höga Kusten in Ångermanland is a stunning environment in the northeastern region. The world's highest coastline is 286 meters high.

Stevns Klint (Denmark)

Denmark is known for its flat scenery, yet Stevns Klint is lovely. Low tide exposes fossils on the 15-kilometer-long, 40-meter-high chalk cliffs.

Białowieza Forest (Poland)

The Polish Białowieza Forest is an impenetrable primeval forest with large trees, wisents, and rare flora, fauna, and fungi.

Hortobágy National Park (Hungary)

 Every birdwatcher loves this Great Hungarian Plain steppe scene. The Hungarian puszta, or steppe, and open wetlands dominate the area.

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