This has been top of my list for a while now. As some of you may have guessed, I love Germany but I have recently become more and more intrigued by it's friendly looking neighbour. Although Austrian German is something which would be an issue for me (ie. I can't understand anything), hopefully they would be able to speak in high German. Or just plain old English. Anyway they have such beautiful buildings - I especially want to visit Salzburg (pictured above is Hohenwerfen Castle which is in Salzburg).
Who wouldn't want to visit Pemberley? I think every Jane Austen fan should visit and I am yet to go *sob*, so I am definitely planning a trip. Maybe there will be a Mr Darcy included in the admission price - here's hoping!
I have been wanting to go to Munich for so long now. I am really interested to visit as it has so much history there (including where the resistance group 'Die Weisse Rose' were based). Also the Bavarian landscape looks stunning and for someone who has never seen a proper mountain, it would be quite an experience. I could run onto the mountains and sing like in The Sound of Music. Would be very enjoyable.
This is another place I have wanted to visit for so long. The landscape looks absolutely idyllic and so different to what I am used to. I love going for walks, being a West Country lass, and a holiday in wellies sounds pretty good to me.
Has anyone guessed yet that my list is swayed entirely by literary heritage and prettiness? The houses look gorgeous and I would love to see where Shakespeare lived.
This is where Romeo and Juliet live. Well, not really but they did in the play so thus Verona will forever be there home. Apparently there is a balcony which is Juliet's balcony which I really want to see. And a wall where people leave letters - or did I dream that? Anyway it seems like a magical place and is in Italy, so what more can a person want?
Apparently Vienna is really beautiful, especially at Christmas, and a great representation of Austria. Therefore I really want to visit.
York is the final destination on my list as it looks like a city full of heritage and is further north than I have ever travelled (uncultured person that I am). I have seen pictures of it and it reminds me of Canterbury so it would be interesting to visit it as I love Canterbury.
I hope you enjoyed this post and I would love to hear where you want to visit.