7 Small Towns Across the Globe That Are Straight Out of a Fairy Tale

Cassis, France 

Cassis is an enticing gem that perfectly shows off the beauty of Provence. It's hard to say no to the pastel-colored buildings that line the rocky hills and look out over the blue water.

Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt, in the Austrian Alps, is a must-see for its Alpine landscape. The village located between Hallstatt Lake and the rugged Hoher Dachstein mountains. 

Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia

People love Sidi Bou Said for its white and blue old buildings and cobblestone streets, which are a perfect mix of Greek and Tunisian styles. People call this small town "Santorini's Twin" because the houses are blue and white.

Shirakawa-Go, Japan 

The gassho-zukuri farmhouses in Shirakawa-go are what make the area a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the winter, when it snows, the farmhouses look even more magical. The small town is already very pretty.

Giethoorn, Netherlands

It's also called the "Venice of the North" because the small town is full of rivers and cute bridges. There are also thatched-roof and old houses along the canals, giving them that old-world charm that you want to own.

Bibury, England

There is a small town called Bibury in the Cotswolds. It is known for its honey-colored stone cottages and beautiful scenery. Going there is the best way to enjoy the classic English countryside beauty.

Eze, France

The town of Eze is on a hill between Monaco and St. Jean Cap Ferrat, with a view of the French Riviera. The town's history is impressive, but the views of the Mediterranean from above are even more beautiful.