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Enchanting Towns Around The World That Look Like An Actual Fairytale Settings (Part1)

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1. Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic

The centerpiece of this Czech Republic town, located about two hours from Prague, is the 13th century castle built on the Vltava River.

The centerpiece of this Czech Republic town, located about two hours from Prague, is the 13th century castle built on the Vltava River.

2. Annecy, France

Where else but in France would you find cobble stone streets, narrow alleys, canals, and pastel-colored houses? Swoon.

Where else but in France would you find cobble stone streets, narrow alleys, canals, and pastel-colored houses? Swoon.

3. Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts

This enclave on Martha's Vineyard is known for its colorful gingerbread houses circling the sweeping town green.

This enclave on Martha’s Vineyard is known for its colorful gingerbread houses circling the sweeping town green.

4. Ronda, Spain

If you have a fear of heights, you might want to sit this one out. One of Spain's oldest towns, this Andalusían gem was first established in the 9th century BC. The new and old towns are connected by a bridge than spans the dramatic El Tajo gorge.

If you have a fear of heights, you might want to sit this one out. One of Spain’s oldest towns, this Andalusían gem was first established in the 9th century BC. The new and old towns are connected by a bridge than spans the dramatic El Tajo gorge.

5. Chefchaouen, Morocco

It’s easy to see why this Moroccan town is called “The Blue City.” The color scheme dates back to the 15th century, when Jews escaped from the Spanish Inquisition and painted the city to mimic the color of the sky.

6. Pelourinho, Salvador, Brazil

If you ever find yourself on Jeopardy, remember that this city (known as Salvador de Bahia to locals), was the first capital of Brazil.

If you ever find yourself on Jeopardy, remember that this city (known as Salvador de Bahia to locals), was the first capital of Brazil.

7. Cua Van, Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

Cua Van is the largest of all the floating fishing villages along the islets of Ha Long Bay with over 170 houses roped together. The backyard view of emerald water and jutting limestone karsts isn't too shabby.

Cua Van is the largest of all the floating fishing villages along the islets of Ha Long Bay with over 170 houses roped together. The backyard view of emerald water and jutting limestone karsts isn’t too shabby.

8. Siglufjörður, Iceland

There’s more to Iceland than Reykjavik, people. Consider visiting this small fishing village on the country’s northern coast. During the summer months, you can hike in the mountains, boat on the lake, and admire the unique black sand shores.

9. Vernazza, Italy

The most instagrammable place on earth? Yup. Vernazza is one of five Crayola-colored towns that make up Cinque Terre on Italy's Northwestern coast. Turn down any of the narrow cobblestone streets and you'll find stunning views of the Ligurean Sea everywhere you look.

The most instagrammable place on earth? Yup. Vernazza is one of five Crayola-colored towns that make up Cinque Terre on Italy’s Northwestern coast. Turn down any of the narrow cobblestone streets and you’ll find stunning views of the Ligurean Sea everywhere you look.

10. Gasadalur, Faroe Islands

Trying to get away from it all? Look no further than this remote village on the Faroe Islands. Gasadalur, with its population of just over a dozen, is nestled between rolling fields and soaring mountains. It might just be the most isolated place on earth.

Trying to get away from it all? Look no further than this remote village on the Faroe Islands. Gasadalur, with its population of just over a dozen, is nestled between rolling fields and soaring mountains. It might just be the most isolated place on earth.

11. Wuyuan, Jiangxi, China

Set in the Jiangxi province, this gorgeous countryside is home to dozens of ancient villages, built in Huizhou-style architecture.

Set in the Jiangxi province, this gorgeous countryside is home to dozens of ancient villages, built in Huizhou-style architecture.

12. Marsaxlokk, Malta

You'll find this small fishing village on Malta's southeast coast. The port is dotted with brightly painted fishing boats, bustling Sunday seafood markets, and restaurants serving the catch of the day.

You’ll find this small fishing village on Malta’s southeast coast. The port is dotted with brightly painted fishing boats, bustling Sunday seafood markets, and restaurants serving the catch of the day.

13. Hallstatt, Austria

This Austrian mountain town looks like it jumped right out of a storybook. Set between the Hallstatter Sea and Dachstein Mountains, it's home to 16th-century Alpine homes, a crystal clear lake, and the cutest central market square you've ever seen.

This Austrian mountain town looks like it jumped right out of a storybook. Set between the Hallstatter Sea and Dachstein Mountains, it’s home to 16th-century Alpine homes, a crystal clear lake, and the cutest central market square you’ve ever seen.

14. Reine, Norway

Prepare to get hygge during the freezing cold winters on this picture-perfect fishing village in Norway's Lofoten Islands.

Prepare to get hygge during the freezing cold winters on this picture-perfect fishing village in Norway’s Lofoten Islands.

15. Ouro Preto, Brazil

The name of this colonial town translates to “black gold,” a nod to Brazil’s golden age. The winding streets and baroque buildings are built into the steep hills of a valley.

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